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Bandits win one, tie one to open season

Bandits win one, tie one to open season

At Peoria, Ariz., the Idaho Falls Bandits started their season with a win and a tie, defeating the T-Rex Rawlings 18U team 5-0 and playing to a 4-4 tie with the Okotoks Dawgs Academy Black 18U team. Against T-Rex, a baseball club based in Arizona, the Bandits […]

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Baseball: Shirley signs with Blue Mountain Community College

Baseball: Shirley signs with Blue Mountain Community College

By LUKE O’ROARK | Loroark@postregister.com After originally committing to play baseball in Utah, Hillcrest’s Austin Shirley will instead be heading west to continue his career. With help from Hillcrest head baseball coach Brian DeLaney, Shirley earned an invited walk-on spot at Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, […]

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2018 All-conference baseball

2018 All-conference baseball

*All-Conference baseball is selected by coaches* 5A Disrict 5-6 all-region baseball Player of the Year: Randon Hostert Bonneville, 11 Pitchers 1st Team: Tanner Clayton, Rigby, 12; Dylan Virgil, Bonneville, 10 2nd Team: Jaxon Christensen, Highland, 9; Jaden Schwab, Madison, 11 Honorable mention: Dillan Johnstone, Hillcrest, 12 Catcher 1st […]

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Hillcrest red to Harvard crimson: Hillcrest’s Omotowa to study, run at Harvard

Hillcrest red to Harvard crimson: Hillcrest's Omotowa to study, run at Harvard

Editor’s note: This story appeared on A1 of the May 26 Post Register. By NATHAN BROWN and MARLOWE HEREFORD nbrown@postregister.com mhereford@postregister.com Ara Omotowa has had big dreams since she was little. “My dad had a lot of influence on it,” she said. “He was like, ‘Do you […]

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Football: North wins defensive slugfest, 12-7

Football: North wins defensive slugfest, 12-7

By LUKE O’ROARK | Post Register Loroark@postregister.com MORELAND — Depending on who you talk to about this year’s Eastern Idaho All-Star football game at Harrison Field Saturday, you’ll hear multiple stories from multiple vantage points. The North won 12-7 in a defensive slugfest despite multiple offensive drives […]

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South Fremont’s Speth to play two sports at Dawson CC

South Fremont's Speth to play two sports at Dawson CC

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com After growing up playing three sports every year since she was six, South Fremont’s Harlee Speth will continue playing two of them in college. The senior signed to play volleyball and softball with Dawson Community College (Glendive, Mont.) on Monday at South Fremont […]

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Football: East Idaho All-Star game gives players one last chance

Football: East Idaho All-Star game gives players one last chance

By LUKE O’ROARK | @LukeORoark Loroark@postregister.com Salmon’s Robel Clifton had to drive two and half hours Thursday to practice at Skyline High School. Teton’s Chad LaRose drove about an hour from Driggs just to go head-to-head against Idaho Falls’ Todd Payne during defensive line drills. A culmination […]

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Idaho Falls’ Ferguson signs to Iowa Lakes

Idaho Falls' Ferguson signs to Iowa Lakes

By LUKE O’ROARK Loroark@postregister.com Idaho Falls pitcher Logan Ferguson is moving from one “I” state to another. Ferguson signed to play baseball at Iowa Lakes Thursday afternoon in the Idaho Falls High School theatre with teammates, family and friends in attendance. “It feels good,” Ferguson said. “I’m […]

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2018 all-conference softball

2018 all-conference softball

*all-conference teams are selected by coaches* High Country Conference softball Player of the Year: Alex Billings, sr. utility, Idaho Falls Coach of the Year: Traci Wilkinson, Idaho Falls First team Annie Elliott, jr. P, Bonneville Jesse Neff, sr. P, Skyline Olyvia Saathoff, sr. C, Rigby Brenna Adams, […]

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Revisiting state track 2018

Revisiting state track 2018

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com State track is always a weekend of filled stands, electric atmospheres, records falling and thrilling finishes. It is also a massive event for meet directors to organize and news outlets to cover. There are 18 events per gender, and the top six placers […]

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Hill signs to play soccer at Columbia Basin College

Hill signs to play soccer at Columbia Basin College

By LUKE O’ROARK Loroark@postregister.com Despite starting the recruiting process late, Bonneville’s Kiani Hill will be heading west to the Evergreen State to continue her soccer career. Hill signed with Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Wash., Tuesday afternoon in Bonneville’s conference room. Hill said over the phone she […]

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East Idaho All-Star game coming this Saturday

East Idaho All-Star game coming this Saturday

By LUKE O’ROARK Loroark@postregister.com Springs sports may have just ended, but one last high school football game is on the horizon for eastern Idaho football players. The East Idaho All-Star football game featuring talent from Districts 5 and 6 is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday at Snake […]

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Local 3A/2A/1A track athletes end spring on top

Local 3A/2A/1A track athletes end spring on top

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com MIDDLETON — Win streaks, elusive golds and close finishes highlighted the final day of the 3A/2A/1A state track championships in Middleton, and several of those involved local athletes. Repeat state championships in the 2A girls 4×100 and 4×200 made a historic weekend sweeter […]

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Russets, Diggers go out with a bang at 3A state meet

Russets, Diggers go out with a bang at 3A state meet

*Editor’s note: a previous version of this post included an incorrect final team score for the Sugar-Salem boys in the results following the story. The score has been corrected. By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com MIDDLETON — The 3A classification will look much different next year, and athletes from […]

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Omotowa, Nealey, Helsley end seasons with wins on final day of 5A/4A state track

Omotowa, Nealey, Helsley end seasons with wins on final day of 5A/4A state track

Hillcrest senior Araoluwa Omotowa closed out her high school running career with a pair of titles. The defending 5A 100 meter state champion won her second consecutive state title in the 100-meter event and added a 200-meter title during Saturday’s 5A state track and field championships at […]

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