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Bishop Kelly breaks Blackfoot’s hearts

November 22, 2014

By JASON ENES
sports@cableone.net
POCATELLO – There are certain things you can’t do in a championship game.
Turning the ball over, committing penalties and failing to capitalize on opportunities are some of the big ones, and mistakes the Blackfoot Broncos rarely made this season.
But in Friday night’s 4A state championship game against Bishop Kelly the Broncos made uncharacteristic mistakes all night long and, in the end a pair of big plays in the final minutes by the Knights handed the Broncos a 14-10 loss and gave Bishop Kelly its second consecutive 4A state championship.

Broncos, Panthers and Tigers one win away from a state championship

November 20, 2014

BLACKFOOT — The 2014 high school football season comes down to one final week as today begins state championship weekend all across the state.
And this season Bingham County has become the hotbed for football in the state as three of the five schools in the county will be playing for titles over the next few days.
Blackfoot, Snake River and Aberdeen will take to the field in the 4A, 3A and 2A games over the weekend with the goal of bring back titles back to Bingham County.
Each team has a good shot to win the title as the three squads come into the games with a combined record on 29-3.

Lady Broncos improve, but fall to Bees 59-38

November 20, 2014

BLACKFOOT — The Blackfoot Lady Broncos are going to definitely go through some growing pains this season as new head coach Dallan Parker installs his new offense and gets a new group of players.
After losing to Hillcrest to start the season on Saturday, the Lady Broncos took to the floor the second time against former district foe Bonneville.
The Lady Broncos got off to a fast start after a steal and layup by Brookylnn Adams, but the Bees offense was too much for the Broncos to handle as the Bees earned a 59-38 win at Blackfoot High School Wednesday night.

Nelson heading to Oregon Tech

November 18, 2014

FIRTH — One of the top volleyball players in Eastern Idaho and one of the best to ever to dawn a Firth Cougars jersey sealed her future on Tuesday when Bailey Nelson signed her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball for Oregon Tech.
"What sold me on Oregon Tech was the coach and how he treats me as a player and an individual," Nelson said. "He wants to win and I will also get the chance to play if I earn my spot."

 

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