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Bees down ‘Cats 62-37 to move to 5-0 in conference; Jan. 12 girls basketball roundup

Bees down 'Cats 62-37 to move to 5-0 in conference; Jan. 12 girls basketball roundup

At Bonneville, the Bonneville High School girls basketball team held Madison to single-digit scoring in each of the first two quarters en route to a 62-37 win to move to 5-0 in 5A District 5-6 play. Bonneville coach Amy Wood said the Bees adjusted well to Madison’s […]

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Jan. 11 wrestling results

Jan. 11 wrestling results

*these were not posted to trackwrestling.com in time to make Friday’s newspaper. They will publish Saturday* RIRIE 54, NORTH FREMONT 25 98 pounds: Conner Parkinson (RIR) by forfeit; 106: Kohl Nielson (NF) dec. Stetson Machen, 12-6; 113: Tanner Smith (RIR) dec. Tyler Sessions, 8-1; 120: Jacob Pilgrim […]

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Madison wins 11th straight; Jan. 11 boys basketball round up

Madison wins 11th straight; Jan. 11 boys basketball round up

At Rexburg, the Madison High School boys basketball team ran its winning streak to 11 games Thursday with a 61-43 win over Upper Valley rival Rigby. Madison coach Travis Schwab said the Trojans shot 54 percent from the field in the first half compared to 19 percent […]

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Boys basketball: Skyline’s Taylor, Bates beats Idaho Falls late

Boys basketball: Skyline's Taylor, Bates beats Idaho Falls late

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register | Loroark@postregister.com Skyline boys basketball coach Clint Cornish said the Grizzlies and the Tigers have played against each other for “a thousand years” and every time the two teams met on the court, it’s always the same. Close, frenetic and emotional. […]

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Mackay girls hold off Watersprings 27-26

Mackay girls hold off Watersprings 27-26

By JASON ENES prsports@postregister.com In November’s meeting between the Watersprings and Mackay High School girls basketball teams, the Miners fought off a fourth quarter charge from the Warriors for a 35-34 victory. Thursday night’s game at Watersprings was also decided by a one-point margin. Watersprings outscored the […]

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Salmon varsity, JV girls basketball coaches resign after vehicle vandalized

Salmon varsity, JV girls basketball coaches resign after vehicle vandalized

By LAURA ZUCKERMAN| Post Register | news@postregister.com SALMON — The Salmon High School girls basketball varsity and junior varsity coaches abruptly resigned Thursday, effective immediately, after the varsity coach’s vehicle was vandalized, sparking safety concerns and suspending the season, at least for the moment, the school’s athletic […]

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Grace girls defeat Challis in conference opener

Grace girls defeat Challis in conference opener

At Challis, Grace defeated 44-38 Challis in the conference opener for both teams. The Grizzlies turned a two-point first quarter deficit into a 23-19 point halftime lead. They outscored the Vikings 21-19 in the second half. Laura Parkinson had 12 points and Kacie Hewitt had 11 for […]

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Scoreless to victorious: Sugar overcomes deficit to defeat South Fremont 47-30

Scoreless to victorious: Sugar overcomes deficit to defeat South Fremont 47-30

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com SUGAR CITY — What a difference eight minutes makes. That’s all it took for the Sugar-Salem High School girls basketball team to turn an 11-0 deficit into a 25-19 halftime lead in Wednesday’s Mountain Rivers Conference opener against South Fremont in Sugar City. […]

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Rockland downs Watersprings, Jan. 10 boys basketball round up

Rockland downs Watersprings, Jan. 10 boys basketball round up

At Ammon, Watersprings struggled shooting the basketball in a 54-35 loss to Rockland. “We didn’t shoot very well and we had way to many turnovers,” Warriors coach Jesse Adams said. “We dug ourselves a big hole and took until the third quarter for us to get within […]

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Rigby downs Skyline with 9 treys; Jan. 10 girls basketball round up

Rigby downs Skyline with 9 treys; Jan. 10 girls basketball round up

At Skyline, the Rigby High School girls basketball team made nine 3-pointers to down Skyline 62-54 to get back in the win column. The Trojans made seven 3-pointers in the first half, as they led 37-14 at halftime. Skyline then stormed back with back-to-back 20-point quarters in […]

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Undefeated conference record puts Ririe into 2A ranks of first girls media poll of 2018

Undefeated conference record puts Ririe into 2A ranks of first girls media poll of 2018

After almost a year, the Ririe High School girls basketball team is back in the 2A ranks of the Idaho high school girls basketball state media poll. The Bulldogs attained the No. 3 spot in 2A in the first poll of 2018 released Wednesday, ahead of conference […]

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PR Girls basketball state media poll ballot, Jan. 9

PR Girls basketball state media poll ballot, Jan. 9

How Post Register sports reporter Marlowe Hereford voted in the first Idaho high school girls basketball state media poll of 2018.

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Boys basketball: Haines’ late three downs Blackfoot

Boys basketball: Haines' late three downs Blackfoot

By MICHAEL GUISE | Idaho State Journal | mguise@journalnet.com POCATELLO — Reece Robinson stood still and slowly untucked his jersey as Century’s students formed a mob at center court. The sophomore guard’s teammates had already walked away disappointed, leaving Robinson with a front-row view to the D-backs’ […]

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Boys basketball: Boyle’s 25 points lifts Hillcrest past Highland

Boys basketball: Boyle's 25 points lifts Hillcrest past Highland

By JEFF PAPWORTH | Idaho State Journal | jpapworth@journalnet.com POCATELLO – Hillcrest made one 3-pointer after another until the Knights had 10 total to propel them to a 61-52 win Tuesday at Highland. Guard Parker Boyle was responsible for over half of Hillcrest’s treys, with six for […]

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Shelley girls defeat Marsh Valley on the road

Shelley girls defeat Marsh Valley on the road

At Arimo, Shelley took a tight 45-43 nonconference win over Marsh Valley. The Russets led 24-14 at halftime before the Eagles outscored them 13-4 in the third quarter to cut it to 29-27, prompting several lead changes and ties in the fourth quarter and some late-game heroics […]

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