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Sanchez sends Skyline past 4A powerhouse Century; Sept. 3 girls soccer roundup

Sanchez sends Skyline past 4A powerhouse Century; Sept. 3 girls soccer roundup

At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, an impressive goal from senior forward Citlalli Sanchez sent the Skyline High School girls soccer team a 1-0 nonconference win over 4A powerhouse Century on Thursday. Sanchez’s shot in the 38th minute that bounced off the keeper and into the goal […]

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2015 XC preview: Parity, dynasties could define local teams

2015 XC preview: Parity, dynasties could define local teams

Ample talent returns in eastern Idaho for the 2015 high school cross-country season, which is less than a week old. Here are the storylines to watch this fall as area runners strive to make the trip north to Farragut State Park for the state meet in October. […]

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Challis sweeps Clark County; Sept. 1 volleyball roundup

Challis sweeps Clark County; Sept. 1 volleyball roundup

At Challis, upperclassmen and underclassmen alike contributed to Challis High School’s 25-7, 25-12, 25-19 sweep of Clark County in volleyball action Tuesday. Seniors Abby Sensabaugh and Chantelle Schwenke had nine and six kills, respectively, while fellow senior Savannah D’Orazio had 21 assists. Sophomore Laura Parkinson added seven […]

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Skyline, Madison move into top 5 in latest football media poll

Skyline, Madison move into top 5 in latest football media poll

A pair of wins over ranked teams pushed Madison and Skyline high schools into the rankings in this week’s Idaho High School Football Media Poll released Tuesday. Madison, coming off a 48-20 win over fifth-ranked Capital, entered the poll at No. 4 with 14 points. Skyline, which […]

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Special teams miscues cost Shelley in 35-14 loss to Tooele

Special teams miscues cost Shelley in 35-14 loss to Tooele

POCATELLO — There are hundreds of things a high school head coach can choose to focus on in the two weeks leading up to the opening game. It was one of the things first-year Shelley head coach Jake Monahan said he didn’t highlight that cost his team […]

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Knights put on show in 41-27 opening win over Blackfoot

Knights put on show in 41-27 opening win over Blackfoot

Bridger Blakeslee had a feeling his Hillcrest High School football team was capable of something special in Friday’s season opener against Blackfoot at Thunder Stadium. But even when it was over and the Knights had rolled to an impressive 41-27 victory, the Knights senior quarterback was hesitant […]

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Livingston leads Rigby to 33-7 win over Century

Livingston leads Rigby to 33-7 win over Century

RIGBY — It took three plays for Rigby High School quarterback Hayden Livingston to leave his imprint on Friday’s game. On third down and 5 against Century, Livingston ran a read-option play with running back Matt Anderson. He faked a handoff, rushed left and got a big […]

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Grizz blank CDA 22-0 in opener; Aug. 28 football roundup

Grizz blank CDA 22-0 in opener; Aug. 28 football roundup

Scott Berger said his Skyline High School football team learned that the standard stuff wouldn’t work against Coeur d’Alene during a 54-14 loss two years ago. The Grizzlies got a little closer last year, but finally broke down the door Friday with a 22-0 win at the […]

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I.F. loses big to Eagle in season opener

I.F. loses big to Eagle in season opener

By SKYLER FRAZER sfrazer@postregister.com It’s hard to win when you can’t pass the ball. The Idaho Falls Tigers experienced this in full Friday night, completing zero passes en route to a 68-0 season-opening loss to the Eagle Mustangs at Ravsten Stadium. The Mustangs scored on their first […]

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Ririe snaps 10-game skid; Aug. 28 3A/2A/1A football roundup

Ririe snaps 10-game skid; Aug. 28 3A/2A/1A football roundup

At Ririe, the Bulldogs edged visiting Star Valley 8-7 on Friday to snap a 10-game losing streak. The game could not have been more different than last year’s meeting between the teams on opening night, which Star Valley took 45-42 in overtime. First-year coach Jim Newton said […]

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An oval in the desert: Butte County gets long awaited new track

An oval in the desert: Butte County gets long awaited new track

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com Cinder tracks represent another era of track and field. An era reminiscent of the 1981 film “Chariots of Fire,” when one lap was 440 yards, chalk was used to draw lanes and actual tape or string was broken by the winner upon finishing. […]

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Played out: Small-town Mackay football at a crossroads

Played out: Small-town Mackay football at a crossroads

By VICTOR FLORES vflores@postregister.com The numbers baffle Jack McKelvey. Mackay High School currently has five boys in the sophomore, junior and senior classes. Combined. Three of those boys are on the football team, which McKelvey is coaching for his 24th season. Sophomore Colt Kraczek is one of […]

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Skyline Grizzlies football preview

Skyline Grizzlies football preview

By JEFF PINKHAM jpinkham@postregister.com SKYLINE GRIZZLIES Head coach: Scott Berger, seventh season 2014: 5-5, lost to Capital in first round of 5A state playoffs Returning starters: 8 (3 offense, 5 defense) There have been times in his previous six years as Skyline High School’s head football coach […]

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Vic’s Picks: No Easy Pickings for New Columnist

Vic's Picks: No Easy Pickings for New Columnist

My favorite example of a failed sports prediction came on the eve of the 2010 National League Championship Series. The San Francisco Giants were taking on the Philadelphia Phillies, and nearly every baseball expert predicted Phillies in five, Phillies in six or Phillies in seven. And who […]

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Idaho Falls Tigers football preview

Idaho Falls Tigers football preview

By VICTOR FLORES vflores@postregister.com IDAHO FALLS TIGERS Head coach: Pete Molino, third season Returning Starters: 7 (4 offense, 3 defense) 2014: 1-8, missed playoffs The lows of Pete Molino’s second season with the Tigers matched the highs of his first season. Idaho Falls went 1-8 last season, […]

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