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August 23rd, 2013
POCATELLO â€” For the first time since fall camp began Aug. 12, the Blackfoot High School football got the chance to hit somebody else.
What was supposed to be jamboree between Blackfoot, Burley and host Highland was cut short by Mother Nature as a series of thunderstorms moved through Pocatello causing the day to halted early.
ABERDEEN â€” Moving up the ladder.
That is the natural progression for a coach at any level of competition,to have success and move on.
For former Sho-Ban High School boys basketball coach Lester Stewart, that opportunity came a little sooner than expected.
POCATELLO â€” When the Idaho State soccer team left the pitch of Davis Field last week after a 2-0 win over Salt Lake Community College, head coach Allison Gibson said her team was still a long ways away from being ready for the beginning of the season.
ABERDEEN â€” It has been a wild week for the Aberdeen High School football team.
First head coach Cory Hollingsworth resigned last Wednesday to take a teaching and coaching job in Oregon and defensive coordinator Derek Jolley was named interim head coach.
Practice opened for the team on Monday, two days later athletic director Cody Park named Jeff Duffin the teams new head coach.
POCATELLO -- There was a theme to the Idaho State soccer teams exhibition opener against Salt Lake Community College Tuesday afternoon; missed opportunities.
The Bengals spent much of the game within five yards of the top of the goal box, and despite the heavy attack the Bruins goalies faced, the goals were few and far between.
ABERDEENâ€” Aberdeen Athletic Director, Cody Park, states that head football and basketball coach, Cory Hollingsworth, has stepped down as of Thursday.
More to come in tomorrow's paper.
POCATELLO â€“ At the end of Saturdayâ€™s first practice Idaho State volleyball head coach Chad Teichert asked his team who was going to win the Big Sky Championship.
The response, a resounding â€śwe areâ€ť.
POCATELLO â€” There was an a theme to Idaho State head football coach Mike Kramer's pre-fall camp press conference Thursday afternoon and it was simple; the defense must get better.
Anyone who sat through an ISU football game last season knows that the Bengals defense was the poorest in the nation.
POCATELLO â€” The last time the Idaho State soccer team was on the pitch at Davis Field they were celebrating a Big Sky Conference Championship.
During that weekend in November freshman goalie Sheridan Hapsic, helped propel the Bengals to the title after coming up with two huge saves during shoot out wins over Weber State in the semifinals and Montana in the finals.
CHUBBUCK â€” A week ago the Snake River Lady Panthers softball team struggled to an 0-4 weekend at the Snake River Summer Smash in Idaho Falls.
Friday afternoon the Panthers took the field of Capell Park in Chubbuck for the opening day of the Poky Shootout softball tournament.
Early on in the day the results were much better as the team downed the Utah Aftershock 9-2 in the opening round of pool play.