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Runner, survivor: Skyline’s Kirby running with purpose

Runner, survivor: Skyline's Kirby running with purpose

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com The scar on his forehead was the first thing Nick Kirby noticed when looking in a bathroom mirror in late June. He was in Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. All he knew was there had been an accident. Once his mother […]

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Football: Highland stomps Rigby

Football: Highland stomps Rigby

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com RIGBY — Highland’s late, stereotypical “I believe we’re going to win” chant was a little self evident. By the time the chant came with a minute left in regulation, and by a few Rams faithful, Friday’s lopsided victory was […]

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Football: The catalyst behind Rigby’s change

Football: The catalyst behind Rigby's change

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com RIGBY — Rigby High School football coach Armando Gonzalez rapidly shuffles around the Trojans’ practice field. He’s involved in almost every individual drill. “OK, you want to drop back and BAM!” he says to quarterback Tanner Clayton while gesticulating […]

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Football: Madison beats Hillcrest in close thriller

Football: Madison beats Hillcrest in close thriller

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com Madison running back Karson Hastings’ backside was completely muddy. Tight end Joe Dougherty had his fair share of mud streaks, too. Hillcrest verse Madison has historically been thrillers — the previous five meetings have been decided by six to […]

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Football: For Skyline, it’s all about “keeping ’em blue” Saturday

Football: For Skyline, it's all about "keeping 'em blue" Saturday

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com In the top right corner of Skyline High School’s entrance window, there’s a sign that reads, “Keep ‘em Blue” alongside a cartoon-looking grizzly bear displayed over some fire. “Keep ‘em Blue” has been the standard for the Emotion Bowl […]

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Football: Madison dominates Blackfoot in “Buck Bowl”

Football: Madison dominates Blackfoot in "Buck Bowl"

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com BLACKFOOT — Rain began to drizzle at Hartkopf Field as Madison High School running back Karson Hastings bounced outside the tackles to the left hash and sprinted the ball 80-yards late in the third quarter. It might as well […]

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Soccer: Civil Cup sees draw, blowout

Soccer: Civil Cup sees draw, blowout

By JASON ENES | Post Register | Prsports@postregister.com Lately, the Hillcrest girls’ soccer team has had a string of second half letdowns. Game after game they would build a first half lead, and then watch it slowly evaporate. Monday night in first Civil Cup match-up of the […]

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Football: Hillcrest wins Civil War

Football: Hillcrest wins Civil War

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com  The air was engulfed in red spray paint and the south goal post of Thunder Stadium was bent. It didn’t matter. Hillcrest High School seniors Dalton Clark, Justin Moore and Derek Marlowe were all smiles. They had reasons to […]

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Football: Skyline beats Preston despite injuries to key players

Football: Skyline beats Preston despite injuries to key players

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com Skyline football coach Scott Berger said if he was healthy enough, he would still put on a helmet and look to terrorize opposing quarterbacks. Berger may not be able to play at 56-years-old, but one thing is true: if […]

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Football: Costly turnover, failed possessions doom Bees

Football: Costly turnover, failed possessions doom Bees

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com The Thunder Stadium south-end scoreboard read one score, but Saturday’s outcome between the Bonneville and Timberline High School football teams easily could’ve read differently. The chaos ensued with just a few seconds left during the third quarter when Bonneville […]

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Football: Mason Price returns as Shelley beats Snake River, 20-7

Football: Mason Price returns as Shelley beats Snake River, 20-7

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com SHELLEY—Before Friday’s game, Shelley athletic director Wade Messick said the return of Shelley High School two-way football player Mason Price might make all the difference against rival Snake River. It wasn’t all Price’s doing, but he certainly made an […]

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Football is back: Teams across district 6 partake in first day of football practice

Football is back: Teams across district 6 partake in first day of football practice

By Luke O’Roark | Post Register | @Lukeoroark At Hillcrest high school, football coach Jeff Marshall tells his team, “It’s all about attitude.” “Let’s be loud, let’s be confident,” Hillcrest defensive coordinator C.B. Nelson yells out during a 7-on-7 drill. Monday was the first day of practice […]

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Unshaken, undaunted: Pratt determined to run again after traumatic crash

Unshaken, undaunted: Pratt determined to run again after traumatic crash

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com BLACKFOOT — Her back brace and cast might be a necessity right now, but Michelle Pratt has not lost her drive. The 2017 Blackfoot High School graduate is straightforward: she desires to be healthy enough to go for a run. “I want to […]

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Bandits advance to Legion state tournament in 5-3 win

Bandits advance to Legion state tournament in 5-3 win

By Luke O’Roark | Post Register | @Lukeoroark The Idaho Falls Bandits huddled around manager Joldy Watts at Melaleuca Field Friday. His players were exhausted, Melaleuca’s dirt streaking down their uniforms. Their faces, dripped in sweat, showed it too. “I love you guys,” Watts said firmly after […]

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Bandits sweep Cowboys late Monday; July 10 Legion roundup

Bandits sweep Cowboys late Monday; July 10 Legion roundup

The Idaho Falls Bandits’ summer supremacy continued Monday. Its latest team beaten: Twin Falls. The Bandits swept the Cowboys Monday at Twin Falls after a 12-4 and 8-4 sweep on the road. Game two wasn’t as easy as the Bandits’ 35 previous games this summer — tending […]

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