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    For 08-30-2012


  • Colfax still king of hill

    Last year, the best offense for Mike Morgan and his Colfax Bulldogs was – literally – a good offense. This year, Morgan’s young offense will be a direct result of …


  • NE 1B North story lines

    Surprising Wellpinit reached the State 1B quarterfinals, their first state tournament football appearance in school history. With an experienced team returning, the target is on its back. But there is …


  • Odessa-Harrington ready to get rolling this season

    The game was new for a batch of wide-eyed Odessa varsity freshmen soon to embark on a memorable football journey. Now seniors, this year is the fourth in careers that …


  • Wellpinit hopes to make deep run in playoffs

    A year ago the Wellpinit Redskins plowed new football turf by making their first State 1B tournament appearance. The hope this year is a run deeper than last year’s top-eight …


  • Colton seeks risers

    Graduation hit the Colton Wildcats hard, but coach Clark Vining still has a Straughan around so pardon him if he feels like his offense is in pretty good hands.“That’s a …


  • Southeast 2B story lines

    The perfect finish On the final day of last season, the Waitsburg- Prescott Cardinals won the school’s first state football title by beating Morton/White Pass 33-7 in the Tacoma Dome. …


  • NE 2B story lines

    Defending champs Colfax has won four straight league titles since joining the league, which is down to six teams after Kettle Falls switched classifications .


  • NE 1B South story lines

    A year ago, Almira/Coulee- Hartline and Odessa- Harrington finished among the state’s final four, with the Warriors reaching the State 1B finals. Not bad for a division that had four …


  • W-P still team to beat

    If Mike Morgan has to lead his team against Jeff Bartlow’s Waitsburg-Prescott Cardinals again this season, he knows what to expect from Bartlow. The Cardinals – annual trouble for other …


  • Mead heavily favored

    The preview story for Greater Spokane League football begins and ends with the Mead Panthers. If Mead wasn’t part of the conference this fall, there would be an unparalleled balance …


  • IEL story lines

    Top returners Here are the first team all-IEL 5A players back: Cole Zacha, quarterback, Lewiston; Jeremiah Hazard, offensive lineman, Coeur d’Alene; Matt James, OL, CdA; C.J. Miller, OL, Post Falls; …


  • Vikings still on top

    The Coeur d’Alene football team knows back-to-back 5A state championships are nice. But the Vikings want to prove that a third straight title is even nicer.


  • GSL story lines

    Top returners Here are the returning first team selections: Davian Barlow, running back, Mead; Luke Rogers, RB, Rogers; Dane Crater, offensive lineman, Mead; Nathan Hundeby, tight end, University; Brennan Schon, …


  • Wallace looks like team to beat in North Star League

    It seems like it’s a battle that can’t be won. North Star teams, by and large, have struggled mightily at playoff time against District II teams (south of Moscow). 1A …


  • Should be wild, wacky race in GNL

    If you’ve followed Great Northern League football in recent years, you know that if anything can happen it usually does. It’s arguably been the most competitive league in the region, …


  • Timberlake will be favored again in IML

    In his first nine seasons as head football coach at Timberlake, coach Roy Albertson’s teams have made the State 3A playoffs each year. That isn’t about to change this fall. …


  • GNL story lines

    Top returners Here are the returning first team all-league players: Keith Goulding, offensive/defensive lineman, West Valley; Sergio Rodriguez, OL/DL, Deer Park; Eric Igbinoba, wide receiver/defensive back, Cheney; Terrynce Duke, WR/DB, …


  • IML story lines

    Top returners Here are the returning all-league first team players: Jereme Nereaux, offensive line, Timberlake; Forrest Herring, linebacker, Timberlake; Cory Squires, LB and co-defensive player of year, Kellogg; Carman Kirchbaum, …


  • Idaho Vandals Story lines

    Offensive improvement? Following an abysmal 2011 for the Vandals’ offense, Robb Akey hired three new assistants and promoted Jason Gesser to coordinator. In just his second season as a college …


  • Idaho quarterback Dominique Blackman using football to fight through adversity

    MOSCOW, Idaho – They were all buddies back in Los Angeles. Dominique Blackman, Brandon Wimberly and Ken McRoyal – three gifted athletes bonded by football and family. Now just two …


  • Number has deep meaning for Mauga

    It’s a quiet gesture of respect, and one reserved for more than just family. For his senior year at Idaho, linebacker Homer Mauga has changed his jersey number from 19 …


  • NEA story lines

    Top returners Derek Smith, Sr., QB, Chewelah; Jake Morse, Sr, OT, Newport; Coleton Collins, Jr., WR, Lakeside; Charles Mitchell, Jr., C, Lakeside; Ben Johnstone, Sr., LB, Chewelah, Matt Trottier, Sr., …


  • NWC story lines

    Road, sweet road If you want to see the Pirates in person early on this season, you might want to stop by practice. Whitworth opens with three straight road games …


  • Lakeside’s Trottier on the move

    Another season, another position switch for Lakeside senior Matt Trottier. As a sophomore, Trottier filled in on coach Brian Dunn’s offensive line, where his 6-foot-3 frame was needed. “Last year …


  • Winning combination

    Whitworth’s first football practice was halfway over when sophomore quarterback Bryan Peterson rolled right and on the move fired a 35-yard rope that hit a receiver in stride. Head coach …


  • Old Division I-AA not too crazy about FCS label

    FARGO, N.D. – Football is the only NCAA Division I sport that is divided into two levels, the one that fills 100,000-seat stadiums and the one that gets no respect. …


  • EWU story lines

    Up front When asked last week about the “chemistry” of his offensive line, assistant coach Aaron Best replied, “Do you have a periodic table of the elements?” It was a …


  • SMU transfer quarterback Kyle Padron makes smooth transition to Eastern

    As Kyle Padron starts a new chapter in his life, he’s already on the right page. And we’re not talking about the playbook. The previous chapter is closed, but speaks …


  • Must-see college football games

    Boise St. at Michigan St. When: Friday at 5 p.m.; ESPN

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