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  • Lake City opens football season with win over Lakeland

    The high school season opens in Idaho on Friday night and Lake City scores 41-7 victory over Lakeland.


  • IEL Preview Football

    Summer camp Post Falls was the talk of the Border League camp, which features several IEL and Greater Spokane League schools.


  • 5A Inland Empire League balanced and loaded

    A playoff-caliber football team will not qualify for the state playoffs in the 5A Inland Empire League this season. The conference shapes up as the most balanced in years.


  • Oregon prep football players remain in hospital

    The McMinnville High School Grizzlies opened fall football practice today while three of their teammates remained hospitalized with a mysterious condition that caused intense swelling and pain in their arm …


  • GSL quarterback survived harrowing summer

    Gaven Deyarmin feels fortunate to be alive. The starting quarterback last year as a sophomore at Central Valley, Deyarmin was on a cruise in the Mexican Riviera when his appendix …


  • Yearout won’t land at Shadle

    Former Lewis and Clark head football coach Tom Yearout wants to be a head coach again some day. That day, though, won’t be any time soon – at least not …


  • Second OK, too

    The Spokane area’s three state football finalists had to take solace drinking in the Tacoma Dome experience. Ferris in Class 4A, West Valley in 2A and Colfax in 2B were …


  • Area teams go for state titles

    TACOMA – When Spokane-area football teams take center stage during the Gridiron Classic today at the Tacoma Dome they’ll be facing teams that mirror themselves. Ferris completes the four-game day …


  • Saxons look both ways

    Ferris senior running back Gage Orosco and junior wide receiver Jordan Tonani have piled up impressive statistics the past four games. Orosco has rushed for 539 yards on 63 carries …


  • Goal in view for WV’s Peterson

    West Valley safety/linebacker and wide receiver Mitch Peterson attributes his football ability to the time spent chasing the ample football footsteps of his older brother, Bryan. “When I was little …


  • Colfax Bulldogs band together

    The message at the other end of the line announces: “This is Mike Morgan, athletic director, band director and head football coach here at Colfax. Sorry I can’t get to …


  • State finals foes rich in history

    The opponents of three Spokane-area teams headed to Gridiron Classic on Saturday in the Tacoma Dome have brilliant football pedigrees. Ferris foe Skyline is in its eighth state tournament since …


  • WV Eagles head to Tacoma

    West Valley punched the state’s top-ranked team in the mouth, weathered a few blows, but finished strong to become a state football finalist for the fourth time. The unbeaten Eagles …


  • Cusick falls to TC Prep

    KENNEWICK – Will Hoppes owns a boatload of state records on the gridiron. He’d trade them all for one state football championship.


  • Colfax blanks DeSales in 2B semifinal

    KENNEWICK – The Colfax defense has been on a tear during its state tournament run. The Bulldogs’ latest victim was DeSales, which saw its Cinderella run end Saturday evening at …


  • Ferris will play for title

    In the blink of an eye, the Ferris Saxons gained the impetus that put behind the ghosts of football semifinals past and sent them on a date in Tacoma. Two …


  • Same Saxons, different Sky in 4A

    The Sky’s the limit. Defending champion Skyline has returned to the 4A state football semifinals. Unlike last year, however, the Spartans won’t be Ferris’ opponent in Saturday’s 1 p.m. game …


  • Schoesler helps WV stop streak

    Defense has been a source of pride and the primary reason for West Valley’s football success this year, with Sam Schoesler in the middle of it. The Eagles’ third-year starting …


  • Sandpoint loses in title game

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The Sandpoint football team chose an inopportune time to misfire on both sides of the ball. Blackfoot built a 29-9 lead before the Broncos held off a …


  • Transfer helped Cusick Panthers stay on top

    If there were a piece needed to complete Cusick’s football puzzle, it was at running back. The Panthers found it.


  • QB Ward makes name for himself

    By any other name, Travis Ward has been in the spotlight of Mt. Spokane football for two straight seasons. While his name was incorrect in The Spokesman-Review stories a couple …


  • Ferris knows road to success

    Ferris football players have taken to the road twice with positive results. The Saxons are hoping to make it three. “We’re 2-0 when we left this town and actually played …


  • Shanholtzer gives Cusick two options

    Although it originally wasn’t planned that way, Cusick’s Spencer Shanholtzer made an immediate splash at quarterback in 8-man football. The incoming freshman had expected to be a receiver based on …


  • Titans upend LC

    University wasn’t ready to join the ranks of the in-betweens Thursday night. Aaron Gleason booted a 25-yard field goal with 3 seconds remaining to lift University to a 30-27, come-from-behind …


  • Mt. Spokane notches first win over LC in program history

    Mt. Spokane made school football history with a classic example of ball control. Two touchdown drives that consumed more than a quarter’s worth of time produced the Wildcats’ 35-28 victory …


  • State meet will get back on course

    A streak will be snapped when the state cross country meets are held at Circling Raven Golf Course in Worley later this month. Have any idea what I’m talking about? …


  • Williams gives Wildcats big treat

    When the Williams clan moved north from California to develop a regional ice cream distributorship, it would one day become a sweet deal for Mt. Spokane football. Some two decades …


  • Washington preps: Sankey shouldn’t have to sit

    Gonzaga Prep junior back Bishop Sankey has rushed for more than 200 yards in each of four football games this season. Sankey must sit out Friday against Rogers after being …


  • Idaho preps: Playoff chase begins in earnest

    Ah, there’s a chance for rain Friday, and the evening temperature should be about 20 degrees colder than a week ago. It can only mean one thing – high school …


  • Ferris breaks free

    An apparent broken play broke Mead’s heart in the Ferris Saxons’ 28-10 Greater Spokane League football win over the Panthers, Thursday night at Albi Stadium. The Saxons (2-1) struggled on …