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September 28th, 2014
FIRTH â€”Â The Firth Lady Cougars have made some real strides during the 2014 season.
After going winless for over 18 months the squad picked up a big win earlier this season on the road over South Fremont. The team also had numerous games where one bounce could have changed a loss to a win.
Under a persistent rain Saturday night the Lady Cougars took to the pitch one last time under the light's of the Firth High School football stadium for senior night against South Fremont.
The Cougars recognized the 11 seniors who have given so much to the program since it was started three seasons ago.
BLACKFOOT â€”Â Mother Nature really did not want to cooperate Friday night.
In the hour leading up to the annual 'Buck Bowl' the clouds around Blackfoot High School began to darken and the threat of rain became evident as the lightening was getting closer and closer tot he field.
After the opening kick-off was delayed an hour by weather the Broncos and Bobcats got onto the field, but they didn't even get to halftime before they were pulled off the field again, this time for good.
THOMAS â€”Â There may no thing better in sports than a good rivalry game.
Living in Bingham Country sports fans are lucky enough to have their fair share of them to enjoy.
Thursday night at Snake River High School the Lady Panthers and Shelley Lady Russet volleyball teams took the floor and played a five set match that featured a little of everything.
After trading each of the first four sets, the Russets used an 11-0 fifth set run to stake the match in five sets 25-17, 29-31, 17-25, 26-16, 15-5.
BLACKFOOT â€”Â The Blackfoot Lady Broncos volleyball team has quite the start to the 2014 season.
After the high school gym was flooded during August's rain storm that flooded most of the city the ladies had to play all of their games during the opening month of the season on the road.
That all changed Wednesday night when the Broncos finally got to play their home opener against four-time defending state champion Century.
The Broncos were not intimidated by the state's top team in 4A and played tough the entire match but fell in the end 12-25, 17-25, 17-25 in front of the home fans.
SHELLEY â€”Â The Shelley Lady Russets have been a scoring machine all season long, while the Snake River Lady Panthers have been playing improved soccer over the last few weeks.
Tuesday the two teams met in Shelley for the final time during the regular season in Shelley and this time the Lady Panthers gave the Lady Russets more of a game than they appeared to be expecting.
Shelley got a pair of first half goals and the Panthers had one called back due to offsides call, but it was the second half aggressiveness by the Panthers that shined in the 3-0 loss to Shelley.
BLACKFOOT â€” Prior to Monday's 4A District 5/6 match-up with Pocatello Blackfoot head coach Liam Pope laid out two goals for his team, score and early goal and keep a clean sheet.
By the time the 80 minutes were up the Broncos had achieved both of their goals.
Cesar Oseguera scored the in fourth minute and the goalie duo of Jorge Lopez and Daniel Pelayo kept the Indians out of the net as Blackfoot kept their district record perfect with a 5-0 victory over the Indians at Blackfoot High School.
THOMAS â€”Â It was not the start Snake River volleyball coach Shelli VanOrden was hoping for as her team dug themselves a very early 12-2 hole to visiting American Falls.
But the defending stat champions did not let the early struggles get to them, instead they regrouped and refocused and ended up taking down the visiting Beavers in straight sets25-19, 25-10, 28-18 at Snake River High School on Saturday afternoon.
IONA â€“ It isnâ€™t often that you see a Shelley Russet football team look bad in a game.
But from the word go Friday night at Thunder Stadium against Bonneville the Russets looked bad, really bad.
Bonneville quarterback Bradley Smith threw for 257 yards and three touchdowns as the Bees cruised to a 32-7 win over the Russets.
THOMAS â€” Michone Bingham had 15 kills and Chaise Dodson added 12 as Sugar-Salem defeated Snake River 3-1 in volleyball on Thursday.
The Diggers opened with a 25-15 win in game one, breaking from a 7-7 tie with six straight points and sweeping to the victory.
In game two the Panthers broke from a 15-15 tie with a 5-1 run with Sarah Goodwin at the service line. Snake River won 25-22 as Sarah Reece finished the game with a service ace.
Both teams played well in game three, but the Diggers finished with a 6-1 spurt to claim a 25-20 win. Abby Allen's kill finished that spurt.
BLACKFOOT â€”Â Prior to the season Blackfoot head boys soccer coach Liam Pope said that the 2014 Broncos team would not roll over for anyone and would love to play spoiler for someone this season.
After taking more than a few lumps in the teams 1-4-1 start and coming oh so close in a 2-1 loss to Hillcrest on Saturday the Broncos welcomed a very tough Preston team to town.
But after 80 minutes on a hot 90 degree afternoon was finished the Broncos had sent a message to the rest of District 5/6, the Broncos are not rebuilding.