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  • Concussion that killed teen football player wasn’t his first

    A Washington school district has revealed that a football player who died following a head injury had suffered a concussion before.


  • CV picked to take GSL showdown

    Two straight weeks picking the same winners ends this week. And we could have had more differences. Not sure who didn’t have enough guts – yours truly or Sam Adams. …


  • Jordan Spieth takes 1-shot lead into final round of Tour Championship

    GOLF: Jordan Spieth already has the best year in golf. He’s one round away from having the richest year in golf history. Spieth battled through a tough, rainy Saturday at …


  • Gonzaga Prep offense too much for University

    Gonzaga Prep was a model of consistency, University couldn’t get out of its own way and the Bullpups’ 54-19 victory Friday night at U-Hi was the end result. Following a …


  • GSL landscape changing

    Greater Spokane League principals voted unanimously Thursday to scrap their traditional football schedule and crown 4A and 3A champions. Beginning in the fall, the six 4A schools will play seven …


  • Rogers High football players give their all, despite adversity

    Jacob Meusy held it together as the seconds ticked off the clock of a homecoming game that appeared won, but somehow slipped to defeat in the final minutes. He held …


  • G-Prep win moves Pups to top spot in area poll

    The lineup received a slight shuffle, but all the players remained the same. In the week-four edition of our NWPrepsNow Power Rankings, the same six football teams remain from week …


  • Saxons still lead area poll

    Different week, same result. Once again, the Ferris Saxons lead our NWPrepsNow high school football Power Rankings after limiting prolific Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien to a meager 131 yards …


  • Davenport football player expected to make full recovery after head injury

    A Davenport football player is expected to make a full recovery from a slight skull fracture after being taken by helicopter to a hospital on Friday.


  • It’s early, but Friday told a tale

    So what did we learn after the first week of Greater Spokane League football? A lot really. And not a lot, really, considering there are eight more weeks of league …


  • Bears, Titans stoked for success

    There’s a palpable sense of excitement about the annual start of high school football practices. It draws on both the fresh promise of a new season and the release of …


  • Young Broncos eager for title

    There are some who might suggest that the Lind-Ritzville/Sprague football team has arrived a year earlier than expected. After all, the Broncos start four juniors, two sophomores and even had …


  • Mead loses State 4A quaterfinals to Auburn, 21-7

    AUBURN, Wash. – The Mead High football team was seemingly overcome by two opponents Saturday in a State 4A quarterfinals matchup: Auburn and the weather. The host Trojans, a mirror …


  • Judge rules for cheerleaders in Bible banner suit

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A judge ruled Thursday that cheerleaders at an East Texas high school can display banners emblazoned with Bible verses at football games, saying the school district’s …


  • Judge expected to rule in Bible verse banner suit

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas judge is expected to rule Thursday whether a group of cheerleaders should be allowed to continue quoting biblical scripture on banners at high school …


  • Saxons roll up yards in win over Central Valley at EWU

    With just eight seniors, Ferris football coach Jim Sharkey has the youngest team he’s had in seven years. The Saxons’ youth appear to be quick learners.


  • Shadle Park defeats Rogers in football opener

    Like a certain uncle who piled up yards at Joe Albi Stadium a couple of decades ago for Shadle Park, another Rypien appears as if he might throw up some …


  • Football roundup: Royal ends Colville’s season

    Colville’s unlikely run to the state playoffs ended Saturday night. Alex Myrick scored on a 1-yard run with 3 minutes, 22 seconds left in the fourth quarter, giving Royal a …


  • CdA steps up when needed

    Top-ranked and unbeaten Coeur d’Alene got the kind of high school football game it has been looking for all season in Friday night’s quarterfinals of the Idaho 5A state playoffs. …


  • Ferris clinches playoff berth

    Everyone knows what Ben Goodwin can do when he’s behind center. But Ferris’s senior quarterback made his biggest impact with his foot. Goodwin’s 64-yard punt with less than 2 minutes …


  • Tigers continue workmanlike ways

    The blue-collar Lewis and Clark Tigers did it again Friday. “We’re not flashy like Ferris and Mead and we’re not blowing any teams out, but we find a way to …


  • Offense dominates as Mead defeats rival Mt. Spokane 48-24

    In a game in which neither defense could contain its opponents’ offense, it was left for Mt. Spokane to stop itself. Neither team punted, but Mead parlayed two Wildcats turnovers …


  • Post Falls tops East Valley with second-half surge

    Through two quarters, East Valley responded every time Post Falls scored. The second half was a different story. The Trojans gained control after halftime and beat the host Knights 49-35 …


  • Great Northern League schedules

    Cheney Clarkston Deer Park East Valley Pullman West Valley Medical Lake (Independent) Sept. 2: Kelowna, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: at Lewiston, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: Chewelah, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: …


  • Burst on the scene

    Adam Talley was a soccer player masquerading as a tentative sophomore running back for the East Valley junior varsity last fall while the varsity was masquerading as a football team. …


  • SEB football schedules

    Colton Garfield-Palouse LaCrosse-Washtucna St. John-Endicott Pomeroy Touchet Sept. 2: at Wilbur-Creston, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: Bye Sept. 2: Salmon River, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: Odessa-Harrington, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: at …


  • Colfax running back Li hopes to make big splash for rebuilding Bulldogs

    Speedy Chace Bell of Reardan has graduated. So Northeast 2B football coaches can breathe a sigh of relief. While Alvin Li won’t be doing any Bell impersonations, longtime Colfax coach …


  • IML story lines

    Bonners Ferry, Priest River and Kellogg have new head coaches and St. Maries’ Craig Tefft is in his second year. “Everything changes when a new coach comes in,” said Timberlake’s …


  • NEA football schedules

    Colville Chewelah Freeman Lakeside Newport Riverside Sept. 2: Lakeland, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: at Deer Park, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: at Bonners Ferry, 7 p.m. Sept. 2: Pullman, 7 p.m. …


  • Intermountain League football schedules

    Bonners Ferry Kellogg Priest River St. Maries Timberlake Aug. 26: Grangeville 48, BF 0 Aug. 26: Bye Aug. 26: Bye Aug. 26: Coeur d’Alene JV Aug. 26: Timberlake 49, Libby, …

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