The whole thing feels preordained. Of course Darrell Cunningham was going to have an affinity for the Olympics that scaled far beyond the biennial national pride. Every birthday for the Grays coach is a reminder of what makes the Olympics special.
Teammates were funneling between the Grays locker room and dugout as Braden Horrocks stood in the grassy mid-point. One by one they passed with grins, aware of the bizarre and eclectic looks they were sporting.
Candon Dahle’s summer has been that of a recluse. He graduated from Blackfoot in May and wasn’t seen for months. He was toiling away in his shop, endless days spent alone repeating the same motion like clockwork, replacing interactions with humans to inanimate objects.
College club sports are like intramurals for kids who don’t suck. A good amount of club players could have earned low scholarships but preferred attending a bigger school, often because of finances or proximity or some educational opportunity – and club teams are their outlets to continue pl…
Forgive Robert Larsen’s tardiness at last week’s Gate City Grays games. If anyone else endured such a laborious trek to Halliwell Park, they too would surely miss a few innings.
POCATELLO – On Wednesday evening, Gate City Grays co-owner Terry Frederickson organized a “team-building” activity of laser tag at Raymond Park in Pocatello, a 7.8-acre grassy landscape with just enough trees, picnic tables and jungle gyms to add a little strategy to the game.
POCATELLO – Rhys and Liam Pope stood on the Halliwell Park lawn just across from the Gate City Grays clubhouse, bickering like an old married couple about a topic that can illustrate the generation gap quicker than iPhone competency: bunting.
POCATELLO – Trei Hough was not the high school benchwarmer. Coaches are dissuaded from putting guys on the pine who look like they could be a Division I linebacker. So, whether it be on Pocatello’s football, basketball or baseball team, Hough played — a lot.
POCATELLO – Chris Needham sauntered out of the handshake line like a wise man who knows it’s pointless to be the first one over to the team huddle.
The Gate City Grays split a doubleheader on the road Saturday, beating the Providence Wolverines 10-0 in the first game before falling 4-2 in the nightcap.
On the road at the Hyrum Hornets, the Gate City Grays’ bats struggled to wake up Thursday in an 8-4 loss.
POCATELLO — Rhys Pope knew he wasn't going to get very many innings out of his starter on Tuesday night.
POCATELLO — In the top of the fifth inning of the first Gate City Grays baseball game at Halliwell Field in 679 days, Grays owner Terry Fredrickson trudged up the stairs of the press box to consult with his public address announcer Brian Bernard.
POCATELLO – Terry Fredrickson sat at a locker just inside the Gate City Grays clubhouse, looking at the ground and playing with a baseball in the same way a child toys with Play-Doh.
The Gate City Grays have suspended their 2020 season, owners Terry and Erica Fredrickson announced in a press release Friday.
As the summer draws closer and the weather warms up, plans for a possible Gate City Grays baseball season are coming ever so slightly more into focus.
POCATELLO — The weather is heating up, but the boys of summer are still stuck in limbo.
A tense pitcher’s duel finally broke open in the sixth as the Gate City Grays fell to the Smithfield Blue Sox, 4-0, Saturday night, ending the Grays’ season in the first round of the Northern Utah League playoffs.
POCATELLO — For more than a month, Chris Needham went into temporary retirement as he rehabilitated a hurt elbow.
One big hit wasn’t enough for the Gate City Grays on Thursday, as the team lost 18-8 in six innings at Smithfield in the first round of the Northern Utah League playoffs.