Second-year Rogers coach Brent Palmer has had the chore of cultivating interest in a traditionally lean track and field program.
North Central and Rogers may not have the depth to trip up the Greater Spokane League’s most tradition-rich programs in duals, but they’re both stocked with high-level talent.
When North Central and Rogers meet in the late game on Thursday at Albi Stadium, there won’t be anything on the line other than pride.
If Lewis and Clark, ranked No. 7 in state 4A, was looking past 3A North Central it certainly didn’t show.
Led by junior running back Keani Guthmueller’s three touchdowns, Lewis and Clark overwhelmed Rogers 42-10 on Friday at Albi Stadium to remain unbeaten.
Isaac Matt rushed for 92 yards on 17 carries and scored three touchdowns as University shut out Rogers 33-0 in Greater Spokane League play on Thursday at Albi Stadium.
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.
Gerry Lindgren, who ran the fastest 5,000 meters in high school history, almost single-handedly put Spokane running on the national map.
As upsets go, this was one for the Greater Spokane League record books.
Maks Babich poured in 25 points and Rogers edged visiting Lake City 69-67 in a nonleague tilt on Thursday.
Sun., Nov. 17, 2013, 1:31 p.m.