Highland football’s first game, scheduled for Aug. 21 against Mountain View, has been cancelled, Rams coach Gino Mariani confirmed to the Idaho State Journal on Monday.
POCATELLO — In the end, the Marsh Valley Eagles earned the final out of their winner-take-all championship game against the Pocatello Razorbacks on Friday the same way they won the Single-A state tournament overall — in the most anxiety-inducing way possible.
RUPERT — Jaxon Christensen ran down the final out in left field and the Pocatello Runnin’ Rebels dogpiled on the mound to celebrate the end of a season that might never have happened.
The Pocatello Runnin’ Rebels scored three runs in the final two innings to beat the Twin Falls Cowboys 6-3 at Minico High School on Thursday.
POCATELLO — Two innings away from elimination at the Single-A state tournament and with just two hits to that point, there was some tension in Marsh Valley’s dugout going to the bottom of the sixth Thursday at Halliwell Park.
POCATELLO — In a matchup of two local teams, the Malad Dragons’ 2020 season came to an end Wednesday afternoon at the hands of the Marsh Valley Eagles.
POCATELLO RUNNIN’ REBELS 10, SKYLINE 5 (9)
POCATELLO — One big inning separated the Pocatello Razorbacks and the Malad Dragons at Halliwell Park on Tuesday, and for once, Pocatello was on the right side of it.
Facing elimination in the Double-A state tournament Tuesday, the Blackfoot Broncos found themselves playing the South Fremont Cougars for the second time in eight days, having fallen to the Cougars on July 20 by a 6-4 score.
POCATELLO RUNNIN’ REBELS 4, SOUTH FREMONT 2
POCATELLO — A quick perusal of the box score of Malad’s 11-1 victory over the Buhl Tribe in the opening round of the Single-A American Legion state tournament Monday night at Halliwell Park would not reveal any eye-popping stat lines or gaudy numbers. Peyton Briggs led the team in hits and R…
POCATELLO — The Pocatello Razorbacks wasted no time establishing themselves at the Single-A American Legion state tournament Monday at Halliwell Park, putting up a 10-run second inning and blowing out Shelley, 18-7, in five innings.
DOUBLE-A STATE TOURNAMENT, MINICO HIGH SCHOOL
POCATELLO RUNNIN’ REBELS 10, JACKSON HOLE 6
POCATELLO — After it was determined there would be American Legion baseball this year, Payton Cleaves came back to the Pocatello Runnin’ Rebels after his freshman year at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon, where he was a pitcher-only.
POCATELLO — The good news for Pocatello Razorbacks starting pitcher Colton Sneddon? He notched a complete game on an efficient 88 pitches, gave up just three hits and struck out six, and held Marsh Valley scoreless in five of seven innings.
BURLEY 7, BLACKFOOT BRONCOS AA 2
POCATELLO RUNNIN’ REBELS 15, MADISON AA 3
POCATELLO — A molasses-slow start by the Pocatello Rebels belied what would ultimately go on to be a very competitive, back-and-forth opening contest against the Malad Dragons in Legion baseball action Saturday afternoon at Halliwell Park in Pocatello.
BLACKFOOT A 11, THUNDER RIDGE 1 (5)