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Blackfoot offense stymied by Pocatello pitching

June 5, 2014

POCATELLO — There is something about Halliwell Park that does not agree with the Blackfoot Broncos.
Last summer the Broncos saw their American Legion season come to an end in the 'A' district tournament on the field in Pocatello. The Broncos also saw their 2013 season begin with a doubleheader sweep by Wednesday opponent the Pocatello Razorbacks.
The Broncos hit the road for the first time in the 2014 season and made the short drive down I-15 to take on the Razorbacks and the bug a boo of Halliwell Park got the Broncos again in game one of their doubleheader Wednesday afternoon.

Broncos open American Legion season with sweep of I.F.

June 3, 2014

By JASON ENES
sports@cableone.net
BLACKFOOT — The Blackfoot American Legion baseball team opened the 2014 season with a bang on Monday pounding out 31 runs in a doubleheader sweep of the Idaho Falls Rangers at Blackfoot High School.
The boys of summer wasted little time showing that a run to a state 'A' title is the teams goal for this season.
The Broncos took game one 15-5 in five innings and took game two 16-6 in five innings behind a pair of eight-run innings.

Osborn, Fairchild earn High Country Conference honors

May 30, 2014

BLACKFOOT — After helping lead the Blackfoot baseball team to a second place finish in the District 5/6 regular season standings a pair of Broncos earned High Country All-Conference honors on Friday.
Senior shortstop Russell Osborn earned second team infielder honors and Dallin Fairchild earned a pair of honors one as an honorable mention pitcher, the other as a second team outfielder.

Blackfoot’s Chavez named District 5/6 Player of the Year

May 28, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Ask any softball coach in 4A District 5/6 who the best player in the league is and one name comes off of every single coaches tongue, Blackfoot senior Matti Chavez.
After hitting .615 with two home runs and 32 RBI during the season, Chavez was named 4A District 5/6 Player of the Year by the coaches in the district this week.

Firth’s Rachel Schiess named IdahoSports.com’s 2A Girls Student Athlete of the Year

May 27, 2014

FIRTH — Firth senior Rachel Schiess is know for her talents on the floor of the volleyball and basketball courts and the track for the Cougars.
But it is not just those talents that make the recent high school graduate the person she has become.
Because of her athletic and academic talents and her community service and a nomination from Firth High School English teacher and track coach Paula Tucker Schiess was nominated to be one of 50 students athletes nominated for an IdahoSports.com athlete of the year award.

Areas best football players shine on gridirion one final time

May 24, 2014

SHELLEY — For a large majority of the players on the field of Shelley High School Friday night the 2nd Annual Idaho National Guard East Idaho All-Star Game was the last time they would ever strap on pads and a helmet.
With one last chance to make a big catch or a big hit in front of family and friends the squads made up of some of the top players from District 5 and District 6 did not disappoint the large crowd on a perfect Friday night for football.

Snake River’s Gibson heading to Valley City State

May 21, 2014

THOMAS — Snake River senior Billie Gibson is no stranger to success.
As a member of three 3A state championship volleyball teams in her four years in Thomas Gibson is used to competing at a high level. And with a handful of her teammates already signing to play sports in college it was only a matter of time before Gibson got her chance.
With the stroke of pen on paper Wednesday afternoon Gibson cemented her future.
The senior and soon to be graduate signed her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Valley City State University in Valley City, N.D.

Snake River downs Timberlake in state baseball opener

May 16, 2014

It may not have been the best season for the defending Class 3A state champion Snake River Panthers, but despite the injuries and getting tripped up in the District 5 tournament, the Panthers found their way back to state.
Thursday at Fruitland the Panthers began defense of their title with a healthy team for the first time since the opening weeks of the season.
With the full team at their disposal, coach Rich Dunn and the Panthers jumped on first round opponent Timberlake in the first inning and added a few more runs late on the way to a 7-1 win at Fruitland High School.

 

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