Preston headlined this year’s 4A All-Idaho boys basketball teams, announced Wednesday. The All-Idaho teams are voted on by the state’s coaches and compiled by the Idaho Statesman.
Four local players landed on this year’s 4A All-Idaho girls basketball team, announced Wednesday. The All-Idaho teams are voted on by the state’s coaches and compiled by the Idaho Statesman.
It’s not over yet.
POCATELLO — When Governor Brad Little issued a 21-day stay-at-home order Wednesday, shutting down nonessential businesses throughout Idaho, gyms and other public indoor exercise and recreation facilities closed, eliminating many people’s main form of exercise.
Three Highland players were named to the 5A District 5-6 all-conference boys basketball teams, released Sunday.
On the basketball court, Century's Lexi Bull is a high-scoring star, the kind of player offenses revolve around and defenses scheme to stop.
While most of Idaho’s high school athletes are bound to the sidelines, it’s business as usual for a few others.
POCATELLO — Idaho high school spring sports are suspended starting Tuesday, the Idaho High School Activities Association announced Monday.
POCATELLO — It was announced Friday that Idaho had its first confirmed coronavirus case, but that did not trigger the cancellation of this spring’s high school sports state championships run by the Idaho High School Activities Association.
NAMPA — The end of the high school sports season in March?
The annual District 5 senior-only all-star basketball games have been canceled due to Friday's guidelines set by Pocatello-Chubbuck School District 25 regarding activities and gatherings.
West Side’s Isaac Frankman was named player of the year on the 2A District 5 all-conference boys basketball list, released this week and voted on by district coaches.
POCATELLO – Highland senior Braxton Wilhelm made a steep progression in a short period of time on the diamond.
After leading Snake River to a conference title and state runner-up finish, Panthers players Josee Steadman and Jordyn Gilbert were first-team all-3A District 5 girls basketball selections, announced this week after being voted on by the league’s coaches.
Sho-Ban’s Harley Jackson and Rockland’s Madalyn Permann were named co-MVPs on the 1A DII District 5-6 all-conference girls basketball list, released Tuesday and voted on by the district’s coaches.