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June 25th, 2013
BLACKFOOT â€” One pitch.
One pitch is all it takes to swing the momentum in the game of baseball.
In the top of the fifth inning in game number two of the district opening doubleheader with Wood River Tuesday at Blackfoot High School, Jaron Katseanes made that one pitch, he also got a little help from right fielder Dallin Fairchild.
BLACKFOOT â€” After pulling a muscle in his arm while pitching a week ago against Jackson Hole, Blackfoot's Russell Osborn had been a little tentative playing.
During last weekend's tournament in Burley Osborn restrained his arm which took him out of any throwing activity for the near future.
The injury however does not stop him from swinging a bat.
BLACKFOOT â€” When Tanner Higham's tee shot on 18 went left, many including Higham himself thought the ball landed out of bounds.
Higham slammed his club into the ground in frustration as it appeared that his chances of winning the 52nd annual George Von Elm Golf Tournament when going to be all wet.
SHELLEY â€” Since the age of 16, Shelley's Tanner Higham has competed in the George Von Elm golf tournament, and up until earlier this week no one, including Higham had any idea if he was even going to tee a ball up when the tournament begins today.
IDAHO FALLS â€” The 2013 Idaho Falls Chukars are celebrating the 75th year of professional baseball in Idaho Falls, the bream is also looking to make it's first legitimate run at a Pioneer League title since the 2008 season.
With the a little help from the parent club, the Kansas City Royals, some big name prospects will be spending at least part of the summer in Idaho Falls.
POCATELLO â€” If there was a phrase that describes the 2013 season for the Idaho State University softball team it would have to be record breaking.
The Bengals rewrote the softball record books during the season and stamped their mark in Big Sky Conference history.
BLACKFOOT â€” One thing can be said about the American Legion baseball season, it's a grind.
Teams pack 40-plus games into a two month window and a lot of things can happen and usually do.
Coming into Monday's doubleheader with Jackson Hole, the Blackfoot Broncos had been playing some really good baseball holding an 8-2 record.
With so many games compressed into a short time frame, bad games will come. The Broncos had theirs Monday.
POCATELLO â€” It has been quite the rodeo season for Snake River High School's Timmi "Full Throttle" Hutchings.
The 14-year old won District Four's all-around cowgirl award and the rookie of the year honors, and over the past week she had the opportunity to compete to a state title at the Idaho State High School Finals Rodeo at the Bannock County Fairgrounds in Pocatello.
POCATELLO â€” Eight seconds.
That is the amount of time every bull rider wants to hold for while trying to earn a qualified ride.
For Blackfoot's River Stephenson Friday's third go was the last time to earn a qualified ride and hopefully find a way into to today's finals of the Idaho State High School Finals Rodeo at the Bannock County Fairgrounds in Pocatello.
POCATELLO â€” Under threatening skies and even a few rain showers the second go of the Idaho State High School Finals Rodeo got underway at the Bannock County Fairgrounds in Pocatello.