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Click the tab below to link to our Friday prep stories including the Coeur d'Alene girls basketball team earning chance to win a fourth straight state championship.
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A busy Tuesday night for preps. Click the tab below to read more.
Coeur d'Alene standout runner Kinsey Gomez (pictured above) signed a letter of intent with Oregon State University on Thursday. Read about her here.
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Sorry I neglected posting earlier today. Here's a link to the story about Gonzaga Prep's girls basketball team bouncing back after losing to Mead last week. Imagine the Ferris boys actually having to rally for a GSL win.
Pictured above is Shadle Park's Kaycee Hert battling for a rebound with Gonzaga Prep's Megan Steilen and Madison Wright.
Here's a link to our Greater Spokane League boys basketball roundup featuring the Ferris-Central Valley game. Here's our GSL girls roundup. Pictured above is Lewis and Clark's Hayley Hendricksen surrounded by Shadle Park defenders.
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The Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team continues to roll along, topping defending Greater Spokane League champ Central Valley. Here's our story.
You know the routine. Click the link below and you'll see the menu for this week's Prep Page.
Here's my game story from the Ferris/Rogers boys basketball game and roundup of GSL games. Brett Bailey of University swats a shot by Garrett Sawyer of Central Valley in the picture above.
Sorry I didn't post sooner, but I spent much of the day helping my youngest daughter purchase a car.
Here's a link to my Fight for the Fish story - Lake City's boys edged Coeur d'Alene 61-57 and Coeur d'Alene's girls stopped Lake City 48-44. LC guard Sydney Butler is pictured above trying to weave through traffic.
Here's our first Prep Page for 2011. Click the tab below to check out the stories.
Click the tab below to see a roundup of prep sports from Saturday.
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I caught up with former Lakeland multisport standout Bubba Bartlett (pictured above), a starting tight end on the Carroll College football team. Carroll plays in the NAIA national championship game Saturday.
Here’s a link to the story.
In a rematch of last year’s Idaho 5A state girls basketball championship game, Lewiston stopped Coeur d’Alene 55-48 in overtime.
Here’s my game story.
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A Tumwater player scored a touchdown in the semifinal win over East Valley on Monday, then dropped to one knee and pointed to the sky. He was praying. Seconds later, a referee threw a flag for unsportsmanlike behavior.
The Tacoma News Tribune posted a different video here.
QUESTION: What do you think about this?
Click the link below to see what’s on tap today including our Greater Spokane League boys basketball preseason package.
The anticipated early showdown between three-time defending Idaho 5A state girls basketball champ Coeur d’Alene and runner-up Lewiston, scheduled for tonight at CdA, has been postponed because of the storm passing through the area. No makeup date has been announced.
In fact, it looks like most of tonight’s schedule will be wiped out in North Idaho.
Make sure to check out Thursday’s newspaper if you live in the Spokane area for the All-Greater Spokane League photos and team lists and if you live in North Idaho we’ll have our All-North Idaho Football, Boys and Girls Soccer and Volleyball team photos and lists along with the all-league lists for the other sports and leagues.
And the photos are in living color!
The Coeur d’Alene football team did little wrong, and the result was the Vikings’ first state championship since 1985. The Viks won 28-7 over Centennial at the Kibbie Dome.
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It’s a balmy 72 degrees in Moscow tonight - INDOORS, that is!
About 35 minutes away from kickoff. Had some computer issues as I always seem to have at the Kibbie Dome, but we’re up and running now and will be tweeting.
A reminder that I’ll be tweeting updates from the Idaho 5A state football championship, between Coeur d’Alene and Centennial, tonight. And on Saturday, I’ll be in Pasco for the Ferris/Chiawana 4A quarterfinal. I’ll also be passing along scores from other games.
My twitter account is: twitter.com/SRpreps
Click the tab below for a link to a story in the Idaho Statesman newspaper about the Centennial football team, which travels to Moscow to take on No. 1-ranked Coeur d’Alene on Friday.
Coeur d’Alene coach Shawn Amos is pictured above in a file photo.
- Idaho preps
I will be at the Idaho State 5A football championship game Friday in Moscow between Coeur d’Alene and Centennial and will be posting tweet updates throughout the game. You can follow my tweets at twitter.com/SRpreps.
On Saturday, I can’t be at multiple places at once. I will be staffing the Ferris/Chiawana 4A quarterfinal in Pasco. I confirmed yesterday that I will have pressbox access and will be tweeting throughout the game. I’ll also tweet updates on the other games as scores/updates are fed to me.
The usual wide selection of things offered on our Prep Page. Next week the Prep Page disappears per se so we can present the All-Greater Spokane League pictures and lists and lists of all other area all-league teams. In Idaho, we swap the pages out to feature our All-North Idaho Football, Boys and Girls Soccer and Volleyball Teams.
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The Coeur d’Alene football team, thanks to a blocked punt late by senior Drew Turbin that set up the winning touchdown, downed the Capital Eagles 28-24 in a 5A state semifinal Saturday afternoon at Boise State University’s Bronco Stadium.
Coeur d’Alene (10-1) will meet Centennial (9-2) on Friday at the Kibbie Dome in the state championship game. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
Here is the game story.