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Hoskins 5 touchdown night lifts Broncos to conference title

October 23, 2010

BLACKFOOT — Blackfoot head coach Stan Buck is fond of saying that special players make special plays. On Friday night, the Blackfoot Broncos got special plays by several special players but none bigger than the 7-catch, 5-touchdown effort from senior Beau Hoskins who led the Broncos to a conference clinching 43-28 victory.
"This was huge, coming off of our loss last week we needed to come back off of that and get back to practicing hard and we did that harder than ever this week," Beau Hoskins said.

Panthers capture district crown

October 22, 2010

MONTPELIER – It was a thriller at Bear Lake High School as the Snake River Panthers and the Bear Lake Bears tangled for the 3A fifth district championship. In a match that both teams deserved to win, Snake River emerged triumphant with a thrilling five game victory 25-23, 24-26, 25-23, 22-25 and 15-12.
“This was a great match, the kind of game that a championship match should be,”
Snake River head coach Shelli Van Orden said. “Bear Lake is a great team and it’s matches like this that will help us at state.”

Panthers advance with 1-0 victory

October 22, 2010

TWIN FALLS - The Snake River Lady Panthers and the Fruitland Lady Grizzlies entered the A3 state soccer tournament as the two of the highest scoring teams in the tournament. When the eighty minutes of play ended, the Lady Panthers owned a 1-0 victory earned by stellar defense and terrific goal keeping.
“We knew that Fruitland was talented, fast and quick on the ball,” said Coach Randy Turpin. “Our girls just wanted it more today and we played a terrific game defensively to earn the win.”

Knights close out Broncos season

October 20, 2010

IDAHO FALLS — Needing a win to extend their season Blackfoot took to the Bonneville auxiliary gym, facing off with the Knights of Hillcrest.
Unfortunately for the Broncos and their fans in attendance, Hillcrest brought their A-game on Wednesday evening, sweeping the Broncos 15-25, 12-25 and 19-25.

Cats' down Russets in three

October 20, 2010

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IDAHO FALLS — A night after a heart breaking loss to Hillcrest the Shelley Russets returned to the court looking to stay alive in the High Country Conference tournament as they battled Madison on the Bonneville court.
After a sluggish start to begin the night, Shelley found themselves battling up hill for the remainder of the evening, leading to a sweep at the hands of the Cats 25-11, 25-21 and 25-17.

Bees take down Broncos 3-0

October 20, 2010

IDAHO FALLS — Coming into the High Country Conference 4A district tournament the Blackfoot Broncos sat in the sixth seed. For most of the first game against Bonneville on Tuesday evening, Blackfoot looked every bit of a higher seed as they took it to the Bees for most of the game.
Unfortunately the Broncos could not hold onto a lead, falling 25-22.
"Bonneville only had 4 kills on us in that first game and we gave up some valuable points," Blackfoot head coach Lorin Lilya said. "We just have to get rid of the errors, that is where our main problem is."

Russets go for two! Win thriller over Blackfoot 22-21!

October 16, 2010

SHELLEY — Aaron Adams simply would not be denied. With under a minute remaining in the fourth quarter Adams carried the ball twice from the three yard line. The first time for a touchdown. The second for a go ahead 2-point conversion, lifting the Russets to a thrilling 22-21 conference victory over the Blackfoot Broncos.
"I said we're running slot left, twenty-one counter dive reverse and we're scoring the blank word." Shelley head coach Dave Hadley said. "We believed in ourselves, trusted in each other and wow, that was awesome."

Valiant Tiger effort falls short

October 15, 2010

ABERDEEN - A quintet of Lady Tiger spikers suited up for the final time in front of the home crowd and despite a spirited rally from two sets down, fell to the visiting Lady Dragons of Malad in five sets, 25-15, 25-20, 23-25, 23-25 and 15-11.
"We proved once again that we can play with anyone in our district," said Coach Melanie Beck. "We just need to put it all together at one time and we could beat some of these teams that have edged us of late."

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