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  • Girls roundup: Saxons hang on, top Bombers in OT

    Kaley Lenhart and Bria Bowton each hit a free throw to account for the only points in overtime and Ferris hung on to beat Richland 61-59 in a nonleague game …


  • Post Falls wrestling claims Inland Empire Tournament

    It was a landmark weekend for Post Falls wrestlers during the Inland Empire Tournament at Central Valley High. The Trojans, second in the tournament (and at state) the previous two …


  • Boys roundup: Winger’s 3s help T-wolves rout Falcons

    J.J. Winger sunk a school-record 10 3-pointers as part of Lake City’s record-setting night and the Timberwolves routed Hanford 81-48 in a nonleague game Saturday night in Richland, Wash. Winger …


  • Girls roundup: West Valley turns back Sandpoint

    West Valley built an early 10-point lead and defeated Sandpoint 56-45 in a nonleague game Friday night at West Valley. Natalie Noble led the Eagles (4-0) with 20 points.


  • Boys roundup: St. George’s defeats Liberty to open Northeast 2B

    St. George’s senior Erik Muelheims scored 28 points and the defending State 2B champion Dragons surged in the third quarter and beat Liberty 69-50 in a Northeast 2B League opener …


  • Boys roundup: LC tops Bears at Fitzgerald tournament

    Lewis and Clark surged in the third quarter and held on late to beat Moscow 65-56 at the Fitzgerald Memorial tournament Saturday at Lewis and Clark. The game quickly turned …


  • Mead handles West Seattle

    Aaliyah Pauling scored 11 points and Ashlyn Lewey added 10 points and nine rebounds as Mead took control early and eased past West Seattle 59-39 Saturday at the Fitzgerald Memorial …


  • Inland Empire League 4A boys basketball preview

    Around the league Defending champ Moscow came oh-so-close to capturing a state championship last year. “We were one possession away from bringing home a state championship,” first-year coach Aaron Dail …


  • Hawks ride duo past Blackhawks

    Kaiden Kelsey and Kelly Ramus both had double-doubles as Lakeland recovered after a slow start and beat Cheney 42-32 in a nonleague game Tuesday night in Rathdrum. Ramus had 19 …


  • Lyon, Konkright lead Grizzlies past Stags

    John Lyon scored a game-high 16 points and hit two late 3-pointers to help Newport edge Deer Park 49-46 in a nonleague season-opener Tuesday night in Newport. Lyon’s 3-pointers gave …


  • Lake City wins opener

    Kyle Guice tallied a game-high 20 points as Lake City pulled away in the second half and beat Wenatchee in a nonleague season opener Saturday in Coeur d’Alene. Guice added …


  • Coeur d’Alene girls stop Lewis and Clark

    Brittany Tackett tallied a game-high 18 points and Coeur d’Alene jumped ahead early and held on to beat Lewis and Clark 60-45 in a nonleague game Saturday at Lewis and …


  • Balanced Vikings pull away from Sandpoint

    Sara Chalich led four players in double figures with 16 points Tuesday as the Coeur d’Alene Vikings (2-0) pulled away from the visiting Sandpoint Bulldogs (1-3) for a 59-46 nonleague …


  • Vikings celebrate

    MOSCOW, Idaho – It had to play out this way. As much misfortune as the Coeur d’Alene Vikings – and specifically the Amoses – have endured the last half of …


  • Idaho basketball preview

    Dale Poffenroth enters his 10th year as Coeur d’Alene’s girls basketball coach. And for a 10th straight year, his Vikings will be in the conversation as a State 5A championship …


  • CV’s Cunningham picks Eastern Washington

    Some of the top returning girls basketball players in the region signed early letters of intent Wednesday. Only one is staying close to home. Central Valley’s 6-foot post Mariah Cunningham …


  • CdA cross country captures State crown again

    For a second straight year the Coeur d’Alene girls cross country team dominated at the State 5A race. The Vikings pulled off a repeat in impressive fashion, placing four runners …


  • QB Lee fills in nicely for CdA

    With starting quarterback Gunnar Amos still recovering from a mild concussion, Coeur d’Alene turned to sophomore Austin Lee. All Lee did was put up Amos-like numbers in his first varsity …


  • Lee fills in nicely for CdA in victory

    With starting quarterback Gunnar Amos still recovering from a mild concussion, Coeur d’Alene turned to sophomore Austin Lee. All Lee did was put up Amos-like numbers in his first varsity …


  • Sandpoint new ruler of 4A

    MIDDLETON, Idaho – It was an incredible scene Saturday in the 4A State girls soccer final as Sandpoint pulled off a 1-0 upset of Bishop Kelly at Middleton High School. …


  • Bulldogs to play Bishop Kelly for title

    Corinne Ariss and Nan Kiebert scored to guide the Sandpoint girls soccer team to a 2-0 win over Middleton in a 4A State semifinal match Friday in Caldwell, Idaho. The …


  • Vikings stampede

    When a football team has horses up front, it doesn’t matter much who is carrying or throwing the ball behind them. The Coeur d’Alene Vikings made that evident Friday as …


  • Lakeside wins a shootout

    Coleton Collins shined Friday night in Lakeside’s 56-47 shootout-style win over Newport in Northeast A League football action in Newport. Collins caught a touchdown pass, rushed for a score and …


  • Friday’s football scorelist

    Washington Adna 40, Toutle Lake 7


  • CdA coach Amos gets big day from QB Amos

    It has been an emotional rollercoaster for Coeur d’Alene High football coach Shawn Amos, who was diagnosed last week with a form of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Amos was a coach and …


  • Bears top G-Prep, stay tied for first

    Kelsey Turnbow scored twice as Central Valley kept pace with Mead atop the Greater Spokane League girls soccer standings with a 4-0 win over Gonzaga Prep (6-7, 3-4) Friday at …


  • One to believe in

    If the Lake City football team didn’t believe before Friday it believes now. The Timberwolves upset visiting Chiawana, the No. 3-ranked 4A team in Washington, 33-26 in a nonleague game.


  • Getting crowded at top

    For the third week in a row, Freeman and Lind-Ritzville/ Sprague top the NWPrepsnow Power Rankings. Only this time, there’s no clear No. 1.


  • North Central boys win Richland Invitational

    North Central runners Kai Wilmot and Tanner Anderson finished third and fourth, respectively, and the Indians boys took the team title in the Richland Invitational Division I race Saturday. Wilmot …


  • Vining sparks Indians’ win

    Colton Vining scored his second touchdown of the fourth quarter from a yard out with 15 seconds left to cap Colville’s 35-31 comeback win over Lakeland in a nonleague football …


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