There are 1975 fans on right now!
(Click For Complete Broadcast Schedule)


Most Recent Action Photo Galleries

(Click For Complete List Of Galleries)
6/29 Football  7th Grade Idaho Bowl
6/29 Football  7th Grade Idaho Bowl
6/29 Football  8th Grade Idaho Bowl
6/29 Football  8th Grade Idaho Bowl
6/29 Football  6th Grade Idaho Bowl
6/29 Football  6th Grade Idaho Bowl
5/27 Football   8 man Shriners all star game
5/27 Football  8-Man North-South Shrine
5/27 Football  11 man Shriners All Star game
5/27 Football  11-Man North-South Shrine Game
5/20 Track & Field  1A Boys State Track and Field Awards
5/20 Track & Field  1A Boys State Track Awards Memory-Mates
5/20 Track & Field  1A Girls State Track and Field Awards
5/20 Track & Field  1A Girls State Track Awards Memory-Mates
5/20 Track & Field  2A Boys State Track and Field Awards



 
IdahoSports.com Team of the Year: 1st Round Matchup (Soda Springs Girls Track and Field vs. Kendrick Football)
Which team will advance in our Team of the Year competition?
Published: 6/3/2024 8:15:09 AM
 

ORDER GAME PHOTOS

SCROLL DOWN TO VOTE!

SODA SPRINGS GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD

 

Head Coach

Jeff Horsley, 27th Year

 

Key Athletes

Aspen Christensen, 12, Relays

Nettie Garbett, 12, Sprints/Relays

Brooklyn Kempe, 12, Sprints/Relays

Madilyn Kempe, 10, Relays

Macee Simmons, 12, Relays

 

Longtime coach Jeff Horsley has won too many cross country championships to count at Soda Springs High, but two weeks ago marked the first girls track and field title in school history.  The Cardinals finished with 114 total points, winning by more than 30 points over 2nd place Firth, and had 13 different athletes contribute to the scoring.

Senior Nettie Garbett capped her impressive career with four 1st place finishes.  She swept the 100, 200 and 400 Meter Dashes, and was the anchor leg on Soda’s 1st place 4x400 Meter Relay team.  Brooklyn Kempe, Macee Simmons and Rebekah Evans joined Garbett on the 4x400 team.  Kempe placed top three in all four events she competed in, and Simmons contributed to top three finishes for the Cards on four different relay teams.


 

KENDRICK FOOTBALL

 

Head Coach

Zane Hobart, 12th Season

 

Key Athletes

Brock Boyer, 11, Offensive Line/Defensive Line

Sawyer Hewett, 11, Running Back/Defensive Back

Ty Koepp, 12, Quarterback

Dallas Morgan, 12, Offensive Line/Defensive Line

Hunter Taylor, 12, Wide Receiver/Defensive Back

 

Kendrick’s large group of seniors just finished a run that included a 37-4 run and three consecutive Class 1A Division II championships.  In playoff victories over Dietrich, Hagerman and Camas County this past November, the Tigers outscored their opponents 246-20.

It’s easy to point to the talents of four-year starting quarterback Ty Koepp and his bevy of talented ball-handlers like Sawyer Hewett, Hunter Taylor, Mason Kimberling, Wyatt Fitzmorris, etc.  But the true strength of Kendrick’s dominance starts with two-way linemen Dallas Morgan (6-foot-3, 262 pounds) and Brock Boyer (6-foot-2, 220 pounds).  Size like that is unheard of in Idaho’s smallest classification.

Next year will provide an interesting challenge, as several starting spots in the lineup will be turned over to newcomers.  Kendrick also will be moving up a classification level in 2024.  But for now, let’s simply bask in all that the Tigers did in 2023.

 





Fan Comments
Only Insider Zone members can comment on articles. It's free to register!
Sign In | Register








This information is copyrighted to IdahoSports.com. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or other use of this information is strictly prohibited without the expressed, written, consent of IdahoSports.com.

Copyright IdahoSports.com | Privacy Policy