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  • Even tennis programs feel squeeze of budget crunches

    As high school sports go, tennis isn’t particularly expensive. When you consider that many players go on to continue playing the game for decades, it’s a downright bargain. Still, budget …


  • Mt. Spokane off to fast start in girls golf

    Lewis and Clark has dominated Greater Spokane League girls golf the last nine years, but it appears to have company at the top this spring. Mt. Spokane won the first …


  • Bullpups get long-awaited win over University

    Gonzaga Prep pulled the biggest surprise of the young Greater Spokane League season by defeating defending league champion University 2-0 on March 28 at G-Prep. Junior Selena Rima pitched a …


  • Cantu sparks Cats’ offense

    Cantu can do. Connor Cantu, left fielder for Mt. Spokane, swung his bat with authority during the Wildcats’ sweep of Shadle Park before Greater Spokane League baseball teams shut down …


  • Track notes: NC’s Knight sets sights on successful senior season

    Katie Knight enjoyed a recent week in Poland, coming away with a great appreciation for the country’s food among other things. The North Central standout runner earned the trip to …


  • Spring Preview Track

    Greater Spokane League Returning state placers


  • Grip on success

    Casey Stangel’s father tried to put into perspective his daughter’s approach to life. When it finally hit him after an interview, he called the reporter back to explain.


  • Lee: Ball was dropped at CdA High

    I’m not coming to the defense of Kent Leiss here. Not in the way you might think anyway. The Coeur d’Alene boys basketball coach who resigned under pressure with three …


  • South cruises to wins in Idaho All-Star games

    The 10th annual Idaho All-Star boys and girls basketball games were lopsided Saturday afternoon. A pair of schoolmates from the southeastern-most region of the state made sure the South were …


  • Viks’ Brainard has endured much

    To say Kendalyn Brainard’s basketball career has been up and down is putting it mildly. Brainard, a four-year starter at Coeur d’Alene, suffered the extremes of elation and disappointment. She …


  • Leiss all but out as Vikings coach

    Coeur d’Alene High’s administration has recommended not re-hiring boys basketball coach Kent Leiss. The on-again, off-again saga that began in late January concluded Thursday when Leiss was told by Principal …


  • Area athletes rose to occasion at state

    Another winter sports season has come and gone and, as usual, Eastern Washington and North Idaho were well represented at various state tournaments. Allow me a few moments to reflect …


  • 2 going to Hoop Shoot nationals

    Tatiana Mendoza from Tekoa and Zach Mackimmie from Coeur d’Alene will be competing the Elks Hoop Shoot National Finals on April 20 in Springfield, Mass., after winning the 12-13-year-old division …


  • All-North Idaho girls basketball

    Name Year Position School Dani Failor Sr. P Post Falls Brooke Litalien Sr. G Post Falls Hallie Gennett Sr. W Post Falls Karlee Wilson Sr. G Lewiston Caelyn Orlandi Sr. …


  • Central Valley boys take fourth at Washington State 4A

    You could see it on Rick Sloan’s face. Sure, by season’s end the Central Valley boys basketball coach is worn out, like his players. Yet one could sense he didn’t …


  • Moscow advances to 4A semifinals

    Once the Moscow Bears were warmed up they were a force to be dealt with at the Idaho State 4A boys basketball tournament at Borah High School in Boise. Moscow …


  • T-Wolves prepared with state in mind

    With a talented core back, Lake City boys basketball coach Jim Winger wanted to challenge his team as much as possible this season. It started with the schedule.


  • Post Falls wins state play-in

    Keaton Corr made three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and scored 13 of his 16 points to lead Post Falls past Eagle 57-48 in a 5A state boys basketball play-in …


  • Post Falls finishes second in state wrestling

    POCATELLO – Drake Foster was well aware that his opponent in the Idaho State High School Wrestling Tournament’s 5A 120-pound finals, Madison senior Chase Green, took home a state title …


  • Moscow advances to state tournament

    Dane Randall and Nick Ellison combined to score 26 points as the Moscow Bears recovered from a shaky third quarter to beat the visiting Lakeland Hawks 60-53 for the 5A …


  • Post Falls’ Foster works to rewrite record book

    This has been sort of a confirmation wrestling season for Post Falls sophomore Drake Foster. Not that he has anything to prove. After all, he went 42-3 last year on …


  • Guice propels LC to victory

    Relatively quiet the last couple of games, Lake City’s 6-foot-6 junior post Kyle Guice reminded people Tuesday why he’s the best player in North Idaho and one of the best …


  • Crusaders boys earn No. 3 seed

    Austin Friedly hit a 15-footer in the final minute, and Nick Kiourkas added two free throws as Northwest Christian bested Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 78-73 in overtime on Monday night at Whitman College …


  • Post Falls beats CdA to win Idaho 5A girls title

    NAMPA, Idaho – Post Falls senior Danielle Failor never imagined she’d be a hero. After Saturday night’s drama, she’ll live on forever in Trojans basketball lore. With the game tied …


  • Post Falls, CdA will play for Idaho state 5A girls basketball title

    NAMPA, Idaho – Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene proved they are the two best girls high school basketball teams in Idaho on Friday in the 5A tournament at the Idaho …


  • CdA, LC will face off for state boys basketball berth

    The Coeur d’Alene boys basketball team found its comfort zone Friday night. Trailing most of the night, the Vikings switched their defense to a 2-3 zone and shut down Lewiston …


  • Pullman, WV in district title game

    All season long, the Pullman Greyhounds and West Valley Eagles girls have seemingly fought to position themselves for this matchup. The top-ranked Great Northern League foes continued their collision course …


  • Post Falls, CdA sail to wins

    NAMPA, Idaho – Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene, the top two ranked teams in Idaho, both won handily in their first-round games to remain on a collision course for the …


  • On a mission

    For whatever reasons, friendships are easily forged among female athletes. That’s certainly true for three seniors on the Post Falls basketball team – Katie King, Dani Failor and Brooke Litalien.


  • Perhaps Rogers’ big win wasn’t such an upset

    It’s way too early to start speculating about a possible state berth, but the Rogers boys basketball team certainly should revel in its accomplishment Tuesday. The fourth-seeded Pirates took to …