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Woman arrested after chase

December 29, 2012

BLACKFOOT — Around 5 p.m. Thursday, officers were called as a person was leaving a residence off Rich Lane.
It was suspected the driver was intoxicated.
Sheriff officers asked the driver to pull over. She refused to pull over and continued driving through town, said Capt. Robert Sobieski with the Bingham County Sheriff's office.
Her tires were spiked and she came to a stop on Diggie Road, at the south end of Blackfoot.
The driver, Marie Sue Tracy from Fort Hall, was arrested.

Panthers clip Cardinal Wings 62-46

December 29, 2012

By MARK HIGH
sports@cableone.net
THOMAS — The Snake River Panthers returned to the basketball court on Friday night and behind a big third quarter, the Panthers made that return a happy one with a commanding 62-46 win over Soda Springs.
"I thought that it was a good bounce back game from our loss to Blackfoot," Snake River head coach Bob Coombs said. "The kids came out and responded. Now we will have to see if we can build on that with a road game against Malad and win two in a row."

Cougars host Tex Elkington Invitational Tournament

December 29, 2012

FIRTH — The Firth Cougars hosted the Tex Elkington Invitational Wrestling tournament on Friday with nine teams attending the annual holiday break event.
At the end of a highly contested day on the mats the Cougars took home more first place medals (4) than any other squad but wound up finishing third in the team standings with 162 points. Malad won the day with 196 points while the Idaho Falls J.V. squad finished second with 188 points.
Aberdeen finished in fifth with 135 points while the Snake River J.V. came in sixth with 81.5 points.

 

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