Blackfoot Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Blackfoot, ID

  • 2 hrs ago | via Post Register 

    Trojans win in Mower's return to sidelines

    At Pocatello, the Rigby High School boys soccer team prevailed 3-0 in coach Bart Mower's first game since his wife's surgery last week. Mower accompanied his wife, Chantel, to Salt Lake City during the middle of last week while she underwent surgery for a brain tumor.

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  • 2 hrs ago | via Post Register 

    I.F. rallies past Hillcrest in five

    At Hillcrest, the Idaho Falls High School volleyball team won the final three sets for an impressive 23-25, 22-25, 25-22, 25-16, 15-10 comeback victory over Hillcrest in 5A District 5-6 play Tuesday. "We started off a little slow, a little out of sorts," Idaho Falls coach Wendy Johnson said.

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  • Saturday Sep 27 | via Post Register 

    Century runs past Blackfoot in makeup game

    At Pocatello, the Century High School boys soccer team defeated Blackfoot 4-1 on Friday in a conference game that was suspended last week due to lightning. The Diamondbacks led 3-0 at halftime.

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  • Friday Sep 26 | via Post Register 

    The Buck stops here, at least for one of 'em

    Stan's Broncos salvaged a lousy start to 2013 by winning their final three games to just miss out on the playoffs. They've carried that momentum into 2014, winning their first four games, beating good Hillcrest and Skyline teams along the way.

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  • Thursday Sep 25 | via Local NEWS 8 

    2014 rankings week 4

    Week four of the high school football season brought some changes in Sports Line's weekly power rankings. Perhaps the biggest surprise is Shelley's loss to Bonneville, which dropped the Russets outside of the top five.

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  • Thursday Sep 25 | via Post Register 

    Lights out for Rigby

    The Rigby High School boys soccer teams played under the lights of the football stadium for the first time in the team's history Wednesday night. But the home crowd left disappointed.

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  • Wednesday Sep 24 | via Post Register 

    Blackfoot grabs 4A top spot in Idaho media poll

    The Blackfoot High School football team is back on top - at least in the weekly Idaho High School Football Media Poll. The Broncos, who dominated the 4A classification for several years before stumbling a year ago, earned the top spot in the latest 4A poll.

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  • Thursday Sep 18 | via Post Register 

    Highland, Shelley hold on to top spots

    Highland and Shelley were still No. 1 in their respective classifications in the weekly high school football media poll released Tuesday.

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  • Wednesday Sep 17 | via Post Register 

    Madison takes down Skyline in three

    At Rexburg, the Madison High School volleyball team built big early leads in all three sets and cruised to a 25-11, 25-14, 25-10 5A District 5-6 victory over Skyline on Tuesday. "Our passing was good, our serves were tough and we were hitting good," Madison coach Meranda Maestas said.

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  • Wednesday Sep 17 | via Post Register 

    Garcia's goal lifts Bees over Bobcats

    At Bonneville, Mikey Garcia's goal off a pass from Jony Barrientos in the 32nd minute was the difference for the Bees in Tuesday's 1-0 5A District 5-6 high school boys soccer win over Madison. While the game was close, Bonneville coach Chris Watts was happy with his team's performance in every regard.

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  • Tuesday Sep 16 | via Post Register 

    Blackfoot well represented at Treasure Valley soccer

    And the players on the Blackfoot High School soccer team? You might as well call them the junior varsity Chukars. Because with four Blackfoot players on the Treasure Valley Community College men's soccer team, there is a distinct black and green flavor to the Chukars soccer pitch.

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Blackfoot High Schools

Blackfoot High School (870 South Fisher Avenue)
Independence Alternate High School (155 E Francis Street)
Snake River High School (922 W Highway 39)
Snake River Junior High School (918 W Highway 39)