Category: Press Sports

RHS volleyball beats Clark County twice

The Rockland High School volleyball team beat Clark County twice in a week after a tri-match was canceled because of COVID-19 concerns. In a regularly scheduled game, Rockland beat Clark County at… Read the full story and more in the…

AFHS football wins homecoming against Filer

Falls to West Jefferson the week before The American Falls High School football team lost a close game to West Jefferson, but picked up a homecoming win against Filer on Friday, Sept. 11. West Jefferson was up by 14-0 at…

Flag Football planned in American Falls

American Falls Flag Football for the year 2020 are accepting sign ups now until Friday, August 21. Grades two through four boys and… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Power County Press! Subscribe Today!

Knittel claims crown at Kentco golf tourney

Bo Knittel shot two gross rounds of 66 and 63 on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 8 and 9, to finish with a three-under total of 129, good enough to be crowned the champion of the annual Kentco Golf Tournament in…

Private basketball camp planned

Marshall Jensen and Stephen Grigg, coaches of the American Falls High School girls’ basketball team, will be holding a private youth basketball camp on Wednesday… Read the full story and more in the paper edition of The Power County Press…

Aberdeen native is youngest area taekwondo black belt

Remington Cornforth, a 10-year-old girl from Aberdeen, recently completed her first degree black belt (poom certification). Remi was the first young student to get her black belt poom in the American Falls, Rockland and Aberdeen area at the A.F. Taekwondo…

Gravy Train takes lead in men’s golf

The American Falls Men’s Golf League is rolling along after its fourth week, Thursday, July 2, with a full slate of competition. Gravy Train Services had a big week to take over first place, scoring 75 points for a four-week…

A.F. Reservoir home to record breaking rainbow trout

A new catch-and-release state record was set for rainbow trout on Monday, May 25. Brett Jones, native of Rock Springs, Wyoming, caught a monster rainbow trout sizing 31.25 inches. This trout was just long enough to break the previous record…