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Ferris boys stop Mead

Here’s a link to our featured Tuesday game involving the Ferris and Mead boys.

Here’s our Greater Spokane League girls roundup.

Here’s our area boys roundup.

Here’s our area girls roundup.

Here’s a roundup of Great Northern League wrestling matches.

Monday prep thread

Well, the holidays are in the rear view mirror. That means we’re back to work at prep central. Not sure what the new year will bring for me, what with this combined Eastern Washington/North Idaho prep gig. But I’m excited nonetheless.

Anyway, use this thread to get caught up on what transpired over the break.

Here’s a link to the girls basketball standings.

Here’s a link to the boys basketball standings.

Prep Page Thursday

It’s a sad day here at The S-R. We’re saying so long to a good friend and classy teammate, Mike Vlahovich. Here is his final column. My wish is I can work as late in life as he did. But with the industry the way it is now, that’s probably mere hope.

I try to explain how we will go forward without Vlahovich and honor the man here.

Here’s a feature on Cheney multiple sport standout DeAngelo Jones.

And a quick glance at Great Northern League boys and girls basketball.

The annual Tri-State wrestling tournament is Friday and Saturday at North Idaho College. Here’s a preview.

Also, here’s a feature on former Sandpoint football standout Erik Stoll who is a starting strong safety at Montana. The Grizzlies play for the FCS national title Friday.

Preps miscellany

A few prep-related items of interest.

Click the tab below.

Monday: What’s up in preps

Here’s your Monday thread.

Lots of good things to chat about. How about Robby Douglas at Shadle Park? He’s off to a hot start. The Gonzaga Prep boys keep rolling along. I witnessed the Mead/Coeur d’Alene girls game. Many turnovers but entertaining nonetheless. Mead will have to use its quickness to overcome it’s glaring liability - lack of size in the post. Over at Central Valley, area grapplers squared off with University and Coeur d’Alene placing second and third respectively.

Chat away.

Wrestling, wrestling and more …

Our Prep Page featured stories and glances on area wrestling including this feature on the ever-talented Jacob Trotter of Mead. Trotter is pictured above (right).

Here’s a glance at Greater Spokane League and Great Northern League teams and individuals.

Here’s a look at Inland Empire League 5A and 4A teams and individuals.

Here’s a column by Mike Vlahovich.

Fall prep sports officially over

Fall prep sports officially ended with the conclusion of the 4A state football game late Saturday evening.

And what a game it was. Skyline is arguably the best team I’ve seen in 25 years of covering prep sports for The Spokesman-Review. I realize most of those years were spent in North Idaho, but I think you get the point.

So now we head inside for girls and boys basketball and wrestling. Not a minute too soon either!

So here’s a thread to start the week. Feel free to talk about the just-completed fall season or offer some thoughts on early basketball results.

Just one reminder: Keep the conversation civil.

If you missed it in the paper . . .

Here are the Greater Spokane League all-league photos and here is the link to the entire list of area all-league teams. The teams are chosen by the league coaches. We also have the North Idaho all-league teams and the all-league photos. We apologize for the delay.

Blackfoot stops Sandpoint

Blackfoot tripped up Sandpoint 29-23 in the 4A state football championship game.

Click the tab below to read my unedited game story.

Sandpoint title bound?

My column this week is about the Sandpoint football team’s quest for a state championship. Click here to read more.

Sandpoint in title game

Congrats to the Sandpoint football team. The Bulldogs (9-2) will take on Blackfoot (10-1) Friday at 7 p.m. at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow for the 4A state championship.

If you follow Panhandle Picks, I predicted Sandpoint would win the state title. Check in Thursday for my column when I take an interesting look at the Class of 2010.

Vikings fall to Eagle

Coeur d’Alene and Eagle hooked up in an entertaining State 5A semifinal Friday night at Viking Field. The game had a little of everything — snow, big plays from both offenses and the lead flip-flopped back and forth — but it was Eagle escaping with a 25-21 victory that ended CdA’s season.

Read an unedited game story below.

 

Idaho basketball legend dies

Ozzie Kanikkeberg died Friday at the age of 83. He was best known as a small-school basketball icon, having won 660 games during his 46-year coaching career — with 42 of those seasons coming at Genesee. His career win total is probably a state record.

Sandpoint drills Middleton

The Sandpoint football team opened the State 4A playoffs with a 30-0 win over visiting Middleton.

Read correspondent William Love’s unedited story by clicking the tab below.

Coeur d’Alene takes rematch

The Coeur d’Alene football team made the most of a second chance, pulling away from Lake City in the second half.

Read my unedited game story by clicking the tab below.

Panhandle Picks

Here’s the last intallment of the season.

Click below to see Greg Lee’s football picks for the first round of the Idaho state playoffs.

Coeur d’Alene takes tiebreaker

The Coeur d’Alene football team overcame off-the-field adversity to capture the 5A Inland Empire League’s second state playoff berth Monday.

Click the tab below to read my unedited story.

Idaho prep football playoffs

The Idaho High School Activities Association has released most of the dates/sites for the state football playoffs this week.

Click the tab below to see each classification.

St. Maries vball returns to top

The proud St. Maries volleyball program broke through Saturday after a 16-year state title drought.

Read my story by clicking the tab.

CdA’s Gomez wins again

Coeur d’Alene’s long-distance ace Kinsey Gomez returned to the top of the state championship podium at the State 5A cross country meet Saturday.

Click the tab below to read my story.

Lake City captures 5A IEL title

The Lake City football team captured the 5A IEL title with a convincing 49-19 win at Lewiston.

Lake City advances to the state playoffs for the 13th straight year.

Hit the tab below to read Josh Wright’s unedited game story.

Post Falls knocks off CdA

Post Falls stayed in the playoff hunt with a big 13-7 win over Coeur d’Alene.

Panhandle Picks

We’ve reached the final week of the high school football regular season in North Idaho.

Click below to see this week’s predictions.

QUESTION: Who do you think will win this week?

In the picture above, Lake City quarterback Mark Smyly scores against Coeur d’Alene last week.

Another wild night of HS football

There was a lot of drama and plenty of surprises in high school football action Friday night. Gonzaga Prep kept its playoff hopes alive with the win at Central Valley and Mead also put itself in a good position for the playoffs and dashed University’s hopes. Lewis and Clark surprised South Hill-rival Ferris and West Valley needed overtime against Pullman to stay undefeated. In Idaho, Lake City shocked Coeur d’Alene. Click here for the roundup of other games.


T-Wolves shock Vikings

The Lake City football team knocked off Coeur d’Alene 23-15 Friday.

Click the tab below to read my unedited game story.

Mike & Greg Show

The latest high school football predictions from Mike & Greg


Panhandle Picks

Click below to see Greg Lee’s North Idaho high school football picks for this week.

Lewiston survies PF rally

Lewiston led 27-6 with 8:19 to go, and the Bengals held on for a 27-25 win over Post Falls at PF.

Click the tab below to read my unedited game story.

Mike & Greg Show

The latest edition of the Mike & Greg Show


Panhandle Picks

Here are my North Idaho football predictions.

Feel free to chime in with your own thoughts.