South Fremont and Sugar-Salem have looked awesome in their first three games each going 3-0 but they’ve each done so in completely different ways. The Cougars’ offense has looked unstoppable while the Diggers’ defense has looked mostly impenetrable against a strong schedule. This week could …
When North Fremont girls and South Fremont boys soccer teams seasons were canceled this summer it was devastating to the athletes who wanted to play.
Madison’s girls’ soccer team has yet to lose this season. They’re 7-0-1 this season. The Bobcats performance was especially impressive winning 4-0 in Rexburg.
STATE MEDIA POLL Week 3
Both Sugar-Salem soccer teams played games in Western Idaho this weekend with the boys team going 2-1 and the girls team going 1-1.
After losing in the Championship match against Highland last weekend, Sugar-Salem’s volleyball team capitalized on a bounce-back opportunity at the Star Valley tournament this by weekend winning the Championship.
Going into Friday’s game, Madison knew Hillcrest’s rush game would be tough to stop. It ended up being so tough to stop the Knights didn’t have to complete a pass and they won 42-28.
Sugar-Salem went back and forth with Star Valley for three quarters before pulling ahead in the final quarter to avenge last season’s only loss by beating the defending Wyoming state title team 27-14.
For the first time this season, North Fremont went on the road but the venue didn’t seem to make much difference as the Huskies still dominated 36-6.
After starting 2-0 with convincing wins, South Fremont may have felt like their winning ways would end when junior quarterback Kaimen Peebles threw an interception on the Cougars’ opening drive.
After two weeks of football three local teams remain undefeated. All three of those teams face potentially difficult test in week 3.