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Sanders signs to play at Great Falls

December 18, 2014

FIRTH — At a table in the center of the gym of Firth High School was covered in trophies, medals and plaques of championships and other honors Firth senior Ashley Sanders has been involved in during her four years at Firth High School.
Behind the table was a pair of state championship banners and a sign that announced what Sanders friends and family where their for, Sanders cementing her future by signing her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball for the University of Great Falls.

Lady Panthers comeback attempt falls short in loss

December 17, 2014

THOMAS — A flu bug has been working its way through the Snake River Lady Panthers over the last week.
Entering Tuesday's home game with Sugar-Salem six of the eight players on the varsity roster had flu symptoms along with head coach Rich Dunn.
And while Dunn was never use being sick as an excuse, staying competitive with a Lady Diggers team that handed the Panthers a 31-point loss two weeks ago in Sugar City.
After the opening quarter Tuesday night it looked as if the game would be a repeat performance as the one earlier in the month.

Fourth quarter run gives Russets win over Panthers

December 14, 2014

THOMAS — Over the last few years the Snake River and Shelley boys basketball teams have been involved in some epic games.
From state championship games to their normal regular season meetings Bob Coombs Panthers san Dave Hadley’s Russets are no strangers to each other.
So far in the early part of the season both the Panthers and Russets have had their share of struggles.
The Panthers came into Saturday night’s home game winless on the season, with the Russets were coming of a loss to Rigby when they let a lead slip away.

Rouind one goes to Pocatello in battle of the Parkers 68-47

December 13, 2014

BLACKFOOT — It took an hour longer to finally get started Friday night as a mix-up with the officials caused the Blackfoot High School administration to scramble for a pair of officials.
The officials did show up and after an hour delay the junior varsity game finally got going.
It was close to 9 p.m. before the variety teams hit the floor as Blackfoot head coach Dallin Parker finally got the chance to coach against his sister Carly who is a senior at Pocatello High School.

 

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