Blackfoot High School junior Tiffany Tone with Coach Bender and her track and field
champion discus medal at Madison High School.
BLACKFOOT — Blackfoot High School junior Tiffany Tone won the discus event at the High Country Conference District 6 Track and Field championship at Madison High School last week.
She qualifies for the Idaho State Track and Field Championships next week in Boise. She also qualified in the shot put event.
The 15U Braves pitcher aims the ball in the game against the Rockies on Monday, May 16 at NOP Park in Pocatello.
POCATELLO — The Fort Hall 15U Braves team won against the 15U Rockies 6 to 1 at NOP Park on Monday, May 16 in the Bannock Boys Baseball League.
The coaches for the 15U team are Marquette Bagley and Zack Wadsworth.
15U Braves player up to bat agains the Rockies.
The 15U Braves play next against the Phillies on Monday, May 23 at NOP Park in Pocatello.
Fort Hall Thunder 12U get first win of season
Fort Hall Thunder 12U team got there first win of the season against the Syracuse Sasquatch. Coach Eddy Kniffin said they play in the Rocky Mountain School of Baseball Super League and the teams are tough. The teams they play against have tryouts, “so we’re playing the best kids from Utah, Montana and Idaho but we’re the best Fort Hall has to offer so we go and do the best we can.”
He said they have six more games to go with two of them in Pocatello and the last four in Utah. They have double headers on Saturdays and get to go to different ball parks each weekend. “I got to give a should out to my players parents for getting them to their games,” he continued. “We are getting better and the kids are getting a chance to play teams who they would never get the chance to play if we stayed in the Bannock Baseball League.”
Little League football
Fort Hall Little League football is just around the corner and this year the cost is $150 per player. Sign-ups begin after July 4 so keep an eye on the Recreation News. It is for kids going into the fifth to seventh grade for Fort Hall. Eighth graders play in town.
Summer programs for youth begin on June 13. There are changes to the program schedule and permission papers will soon be coming out.
Timbee Hall hours
Monday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Tuesday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Wednesday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Thursday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on weekends.