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Lady Russets blank Lady Panthers 4-0

September 2, 2014

THOMAS — Rivalry games are always fun.
The Snake River and Shelley boys soccer teams played a wild game on Tuesday afternoon, that saw nine goals scored and a two goal lead evaporate.
After watching their 3-1 lead disappear in the early minutes of the second half, the Russets took advantage of a Panthers miscue to earn a 5-4 win in the teams season opener at Snake River High School.
The Panthers Paulo Bergamaschi, who had already scored three goals in the game was involved in the play that tied the game at 4-4 with 8:48 to play.

Russets shut down Crusaders 27-0

August 31, 2014

POCATELLO – Shelley head football coach Travis Hobson may have earned himself a new nickname Saturday afternoon; the nickname? Mr. Fourth Down.
Hobson’s Russets converted on five fourth downs in the first half, three of those five into touchdowns as Shelley opened the 2014 season with a 27-0 thrashing of Faith Lutheran High School out of Las Vegas in the Rocky Mountain Rumble inside Holt Arena Saturday.

Hayes, Peterson lead Blackfoot to 20-14 win over Hillcrest in opener

August 30, 2014

BLACKFOOT — With the game tied 14-14 a little more than a minute left in the game Blackfoot sophomore quarterback Pacen Hayes had 85 yards standing between himself and a potential game-winning touchdown.
Hayes calmly marched the Broncos down the field completing three passes the last being a 26-yard touchdown pass to Matt Peterson to give the Broncos a 20-14 win over Hillcrest to kick-off the 2014 season.
The final drive led by Hayes was helped out by a pair of Knights penalties and some solid blocking by the Broncos offensive line.

Eagles handle Lady Cougars 5-1 in season opener for both schools

August 28, 2014

FIRTH — With the dawn of a new season there is always nerves for both players and coaches.
But for second year head coach Trevor Clayson and the Firth girls soccer team the start of the 2014 season is a chance to get the programs first win in over year.
Standing in front of the Cougars and that first win Thursday afternoon was the defending 3A District 5 champ Marsh Valley Eagles.
It was't the start the Cougars had hoped for as the Eagles scored three goals in the first 10 minutes of the game on the way to a 5-1 victory.

Late penalty kick gives Lady Broncos 3-2 win over Bees

August 26, 2014

IONA — New Blackfoot girls soccer coach Ramon Sanchez took his young Lady Broncos squad on the road for the first time on Tuesday at the ladies traveled to take on former district opponent Bonneville.
After playing to a hard fought draw with Idaho Falls in the rain in wind on Saturday, the Broncos got a taste of a warm day and sunny skies.
Sanchez learned quickly about how difficult being a coach can be as fatigue, injuries and a very tough and physical game gave the new head coach all he could handle.

Young Broncos drop season opener 4-1 to veteran Idaho Falls squad

August 24, 2014

IDAHO FALLS — Heading into Saturday's season opener Blackfoot boys head soccer coach Liam Pope knew his young squad was going to suffer some early season going pains.
After losing 13 of the 16 players on the 2013 varsity roster Pope and the young Broncos took to the field of the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex to take on a veteran Idaho Falls team on a cold and rainy morning.
Things did not start well for the Broncos as most of the opening 20 minutes was pent in the Broncos end as the aggressive and upperclassmen laden Tigers squad put the pressure on.

Blackfoot Baseball Club holding camp next week

August 14, 2014

BLACKFOOT — In cities the size of Blackfoot the youth baseball leagues serve as a feeder system for the high school program.
But what is more often than not the case in the local leagues is that the players are not coached by the same coaches from the time they start playing until they reach the high school level.
Local business owner and baseball coach Kevin Hayes with the help of the Next Level Baseball Academy in Pocatello is looking to change that.

Hard work pays off for Idaho State quarterback

August 11, 2014

Justin Arias is a student.   He is not only a student of the game of football but he is an excellent student in the classroom. Arias will leave Idaho State in December with his master's degree. That success in the classroom has correlated into success on the football field for the senior Bengal quarterback.  
"It is a personal character trait," Arias said. "If you are going to work hard in school it is going to translate into anything you want to do. If you want to succeed in anything you want to do, you will have to work hard."

 

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