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Mother Nature, Capital Can't Stop Viks

No one has been able to slow Coeur d’Alene High School’s dynamic passing game all fall. So Mother Nature took her shot Friday night. And like all of those who tried before, she failed, as the No. 1-ranked and unbeaten Vikings weathered cold temperatures, strong winds and a persistent, driving rain to roll past visiting Capital 37-7 in the semifinals of the State 5A football playoffs. The lopsided win moved the defending state champion Vikings (11-0) into Friday’s 6 p.m. final at Bronco Stadium in Boise, where they will defend their title against Eagle, a 42-21 winner over Highland in Friday’s other semifinal. “It bothered everybody,” CdA coach Shawn Amos said of the nasty weather conditions, “but our kids found a way to succeed. We have good football players, and they were excited to play in the rain and mud/Steve Bergum, SR. More here. (SR file photo of Coeur d'Alene QB Chad Chalich)




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