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Russets go big game hunting for Tigers

January 3, 2013

SHELLEY — The Shelley Russets were trailing at home to the 5A Idaho Falls Tigers on Wednesday evening, that was until a three ball from Chad Leckington gave the Russets a lead that they never relinquished. Of course, that deficit was 2-0 and the Leckington trey came less than a minute into the non-conference affair but in the end, that was the last of the excitement of a close game as the Russets throttled the Tigers 64-34.

Cougars top Panthers on the mats

January 3, 2013

MORELAND — Snake River took to the mats at home against Firth for a Bingham County match up on Wednesday evening. SR started the night with three JV matches against Firth. The highlight of the JV matches was Cutler Howell’s match against Hunter Ririe which was a tech in the second round. Firth’s JV took two of the matches while SR won one. After several forfeits from the Firth team and several others as the night progressed, the varsity matches started at the 120 weight class with Kaden Bench wrestling Jace Wilding.

Lady Panthers slay Lady Dragons 56-23

December 30, 2012

THOMAS — The Snake River Lady Panthers took to their home court for a holiday game on Saturday night and by the end of the evening, the visiting Malad Lady Dragons found no holiday spirit in the gym as the Lady Panthers envied the mercy rule with a 56-23 drubbing.
"We came out and looked a little holidayish to start the game," Snake River head coach Rich Dunn said. "But like we've talked all year long. Defense, defense, defense and in the second quarter, after we got a little sweat on our brow, we took over the game with our defense by getting in their passing lanes and taking away their screen game which led to some transition baskets on the offensive end."

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.

Broncos complete season sweep of Panthers

December 22, 2012

THOMAS — The Blackfoot Broncos and the Snake River Panthers locked horns for the final time in 2012 as the two squads met in front of a packed house at Snake River High School with Blackfoot looking for the season sweep of the season while Snake River were looking to hold home court.
Alonzo Ramos poured in 20 points and McKye Watt added 16 as the Broncos completed the sweep with a convincing 57-40 victory in a game that many expected to be much closer.

Lady Panthers complete season sweep of Lady Broncos

December 21, 2012

BLACKFOOT — In their first match up the season the Snake River Panthers and the Blackfoot Lady Broncos battled to a double overtime thriller with the Lady Panthers prevailing on their home court.
On Thursday evening at Blackfoot High School, there was no such drama as the Lady Panthers built a first half double digit lead and then cruised home from there with a 50-28 victory.

Panther grapplers sweep Vikings/Savages

December 21, 2012

Moreland – The three way match up between Snake River, Challis and Salmon took place Thursday night at Snake River High School. Snake River started the night with a couple of JV matches that ended in wins (Ty Jensen and Jordan Campau) against the Salmon team. The Varsity matches started with SR and Challis wrestling each other at the 98 pound weight with Treyton Nilsson taking on Joshua D’Orazio. Treyton quickly took the upper hand taking down Joshua and putting him in a leg hold and pinning him in the 1st round with only 8 seconds left.

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