Roundup of Saturday’s prep girls soccer from around the region
Roundup of Saturday’s prep football action from across the region
Bellevue rushed for 322 yards, not attempting a single pass, and the visiting Wolverines downed Central Valley 18-7 in the season opener.
Roundup of Friday’s prep action from across the region
About the only thing that slowed Coeur d’Alene’s offense was Coeur d’Alene’s offense. But that didn’t derail the Vikings, who beat Gonzaga Prep at home 28-14.
Mt. Spokane routed Damien Memorial of Honolulu 42-14 at the Pine Bowl on the campus of Whitworth University on Friday afternoon.
Roundup of Friday’s prep girls soccer action from across the region.
As far as season openers go, things couldn’t have gone much worse for the Shadle Park Highlanders.
Roundup of Friday’s prep football action from around the region
If West Valley coach Craig Whitney had concerns about graduating 19 players off a team that posted a 22-3 record over the past two years, maybe those fears were abated on Thursday.
While it might not be proven science, the sibling telepathy between Chelsea and Kyah Le is strong on the soccer pitch.
Now that the skies have cleared and the air is a bit cooler, thoughts turn to football. The Washington high school season starts tonight in some places and on Friday everywhere else.
There’s a eerie familiarity between two of the top teams in the Greater Spokane League. Both come off bitter losses in last year’s state tournaments. Both enter play ranked in the top-10 in the state. Both lost a ton of talent to graduation.
Central Valley has a program that most others should envy. Not many schools can replace the Greater Spokane League 4A Offensive MVP with a player the caliber of Matt Gabbert.
Shadle Park boasts 30 returning lettermen and 11 starters, including its all-league combo of senior quarterback Carson Doyle and junior wide receiver Xavier Atkins.
This has become an annual deal for Coeur d’Alene, replacing the exodus of all-league and in some cases, all-state players, from the previous season.
New Sandpoint football coach Ryan Knowles was busy after a recent practice placing decals on helmets. “I’m going to go paint the field when I’m done,” he said.
West Valley graduated 19 players off a team that posted a 22-3 record over the last two years – a ton of talent for any program.
For the better part of Randy Cornwell’s 21 years as Colville’s head football coach, the tradition-rich Indians have employed the yard-churning, clock-eating double-wing offense.
Two years removed from a state title, St. Maries and head coach Craig Tefft are looking to bounce back after a down year in 2017.