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April 11 tennis roundup

April 11 tennis roundup

HILLCEST 8, MADISON 7 Boys singles: Kyler Hartman (Hil) def. Tim Jack 6-4, 6-2; Tegan Hartman (Hil) def. Luke Richards 6-0, 6-0; Jaram (Mad) def. Lincoln Packer 6-2, 6-0 Girls singles: Grace Ence (Hil) def. Laramie Kimball 6-2, 6-0; Marie Phelan (Hil) def. Mariah Rigby 6-1, 6-4; […]

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IHSAA votes to change 2A playoff bracket to RPI-based

IHSAA votes to change 2A playoff bracket to RPI-based

By LUKE O’ROARK Loroark@postregister | @LukeORoark Some significant changes are on the horizon for 3A and 2A high school football in Idaho. The Idaho High School Activities Association board of directors passed a proposed change to 2A football playoff brackets Wednesday morning, switching the upcoming 2A playoff […]

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Helsley, Landes sign to their respective colleges

Helsley, Landes sign to their respective colleges

By LUKE O’ROARK | @LukeORoark Loroark@postregister.com In a crowded Skyline conference room filled with relatives, friends and even a few students from Idaho Falls, Skyline’s Daniel Helsley and Jaden Landes officially committed to their future schools Wednesday afternoon. Helsley will throw at Weber State. Landes will play […]

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Skyline sweeps Blackfoot doubleheader, April 10 baseball round up

Skyline sweeps Blackfoot doubleheader, April 10 baseball round up

At Melaleuca Field, the Skyline High School baseball team swept a conference doubleheader against Blackfoot, 5-1 and 6-5 (10 innings) on Tuesday to extend its win streak to five. Mason Jacobsen got the win during game one and Tim Orgill recorded the save, as Blackfoot’s sole run […]

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Baseball: Idaho Falls downs Pocatello, wins fifth consecutive

Baseball: Idaho Falls downs Pocatello, wins fifth consecutive

By MICHAEL GUISE | Idaho State Journal POCATELLO — Idaho Falls entered the 2018 season with high expectations. A year ago, the Tigers won 20 games, claimed the 4A District 5-6 crown and finished second at the 4A state tournament. The squad returned key pieces from 2017’s […]

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Adams’ double gives ‘Cats win over Grizz; April 10 softball roundup

Adams' double gives 'Cats win over Grizz; April 10 softball roundup

At Skyline, Madison edged Skyline in the seventh inning for a 5-4 nonconference win. With one out in the top of the seventh, Madison’s Brenna Adams hit the game-winning two-RBI double to score Karly Hanosky and Carlie Arnold. It was the third and final lead change of […]

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East Idaho Invitational begins Friday around Idaho Falls

East Idaho Invitational begins Friday around Idaho Falls

The 13th annual East Idaho Invitational begins Friday at tennis courts around Idaho Falls. The tournament, which has been capped at 16 teams, features a total of 288 players representing four districts and all three classifications of sanctioned high school tennis in Idaho. Idaho Falls High School […]

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April 9 and 10 tennis results

April 9 and 10 tennis results

IDAHO FALLS 10, SKYLINE 2 Boys singles: Regan Crone (IF) def. Rhett Price 6-0, 6-0; Sam Vance (IF) def. Eric Johnson 6-2, 6-1; Jack Groberg (IF) def. Bryce Fowers 6-1, 6-2 Girls singles: Lilly Crone (IF) def. Frida Rodriguez (forfeit); Alexis Adams (IF) def. Felice Leavitt 6-2, […]

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Athletes persist through elements at Shelley Invitational

Athletes persist through elements at Shelley Invitational

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com SHELLEY — Weather that changed by the hour didn’t completely slow down several reigning district and state track medalists Saturday at the annual Shelley Invitational. Amid gusty winds, sideways rain and the occasional patch of sunlight, athletes darted from event to event and […]

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Sugar-Salem softball holds off Wood River to end Kimberly tournament

Sugar-Salem softball holds off Wood River to end Kimberly tournament

At Kimberly, Sugar-Salem scored six runs in the bottom of the third and held off Wood River 6-5 in five innings to end the Kimberly Tournament. Sugar-Salem finished with 11 hits. Talea Choffin went 3 for 3 while Sunny Bennion went 2 for 3 with a run […]

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Several athletes place at Boise Relays; April 7 track roundup

Several athletes place at Boise Relays; April 7 track roundup

At Boise, several local athletes had top-six finishes at the Boise Relays at Dona Larsen Park. For Madison’s Rayven Nealey and Bonneville’s Stetson Moss, the weekend also included meet records. Defending 5A state triple jump champion Nealey won the girls elite triple jump with a meet record […]

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South Fremont remains unbeaten, April 7 baseball round up

South Fremont remains unbeaten, April 7 baseball round up

SOUTH FREMONT 18, AMERICAN FALLS 5 (3 INNINGS); SOUTH FREMONT 8, BUHL 3: At Buhl, South Fremont remained unbeaten, sweeping American Falls and Buhl at the Buhl Tournament. Carson Hanson showed solid command versus American Falls, striking out four batters in two innings while Bryan Popocati went […]

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All-Area Wrestling Coach of the Year: Chris Harris, Ririe

All-Area Wrestling Coach of the Year: Chris Harris, Ririe

By PAUL LAMBERT Prsports@postregister.com There’s nothing flashy about Ririe wrestling. You won’t see a lot of stacks, spladles or gut wrench cradles. Not too much in the way of mohawks, mat thumps or mid-circle chest bumps. No, according to assistant coach Jeff Smith, Ririe wrestling is just […]

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All-Area Wrestler of the Year: Darrick Stacey, Shelley

All-Area Wrestler of the Year: Darrick Stacey, Shelley

By PAUL LAMBERT Prsports@postregister.com You can’t compete. You don’t belong. You will never be as good as your brother or your teammates, and getting humiliated in front of your friends and family is not only embarrassing, it’s a waste of everyone’s time. Such was the inner monologue […]

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All-Area Heavyweight Wrestler of the Year: Nathan Sargent, Blackfoot

All-Area Heavyweight Wrestler of the Year: Nathan Sargent, Blackfoot

By PAUL LAMBERT Prsports@postregister.com Memo to older siblings: be careful how much you whoop up on the little ones. Because every time you push them down, they have to get back up. Every time you flick their earlobe or punch them with their own fists, you are […]

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