A little over five minutes after they caused a gasp at the finish line, Edison Leffler and Sunny Gunn remained in dismay. The seniors from Preston and Pocatello, respectively, were not but a few strides from the funnel where the late finishers were coming through. Two of the best 4A runners …
Despite having just two runners in the top 10, Highland’s girls cross country team used a team effort to win 5A District 5-6 Championship Meet.
Heading into the final week of the regular season, local teams didn’t see much movement in the latest Idaho High School Football Media Poll.
RIGBY — It’s been awhile since Highland suffered a loss like this.
To the delight of head coach Tyson Moser, his Pirates were not rusty coming off a bye week.
POCATELLO – Friday was senior night for Pocatello, which meant every fourth-year football player walked with their parents through a tunnel of teammates and cheer members that stretched 40 yards across the Holt Arena turf.
The 4A District 5 crown is likely on the line Friday as Preston (5-2) plays Pocatello (5-2) in the penultimate regular season game of the year.
BANCROFT – There’s so much to work with.
POCATELLO – The final whistle sounded and Highland’s players sauntered off the field as if it was halftime of a preseason jamboree.
As every five minutes passed in the second half, Blackfoot players left their sideline at the 4A District 6 tournament title game, ran over to the side and craned their necks to get a better look at the scoreboard, tucked inside a tent on this cold Wednesday afternoon. They knew the score — …
Following an impressive 42-28 win over a Shelley team that was ranked third last week, Pocatello (5-2) jumped back into the 4A rankings and sits at No. 5 in the latest Idaho High School Football Media Poll.
Preston’s football team lost five games a year ago and was pretty competitive in four of those setbacks.