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  • O’Kelley goals spark Bengals

    JoLynn O’Kelley scored twice – the first and last goals of the match – to lift the Lewiston Bengals to a 4-3 victory over the visiting Coeur d’Alene Vikings in …


  • CdA girls a state powerhouse

    Coeur d’Alene girls cross country coach Cathy Compton has a good problem. She has more capable runners than she has room for.


  • Idaho prep volleyball: Lewiston obvious favorite for state title

    There was a time when Lewiston volleyball was the laughingstock of the Inland Empire League, if not the state. Lewiston gained credibility last year, capturing the Idaho State 5A championship …


  • North Idaho loaded with soccer talent

    North Idaho boys and girls soccer teams ruled at state tournaments last year. Similar results are anticipated this fall.


  • Mead loses wrestler Chandler Rogers to move

    Three-time Mead state wrestling champion Chandler Rogers, a senior-to-be who is arguably one of the best wrestlers in state history, is moving to Stillwater, Okla. He’s already enrolled at Stillwater …


  • Crew Select team finishes second in Colorado

    The Crew Select 13-and-under baseball team placed second at the Triple Crown World Series in Steamboat Springs, Colo. The Crew won seven straight games in two days to reach the …


  • Colorado team wins at Merkel

    Getting a steady diet of ground balls from their 14-year-old pitcher and long balls from their hitters, the Colorado Tigers rebounded to win the Amateur Softball Association 16-U A Western …


  • Sandpipers, Stockton knock off Stars, 68-62

    It was an all-Spokane final in the Spokane Summer Heat AAU girls basketball tournament final last week. The Spokane Sandpipers held off the Spokane Stars Elite Blue 68-62 in the …


  • Blazers Orange win Oregon tourney title

    The Northwest Blazers Orange girls basketball team won the championship at the End of the Trail tournament at Oregon City, Ore. The Blazers advanced out of their 32-team tournament, topping …


  • Scholwinski steals show at tournament

    It was a fitting finale in the 18-U Red Division of the 24th annual 4th of July Shootout ASA girls fastpitch softball tournament on Sunday at the Merkel Sports Complex. …


  • Lake City’s Casey Stangel national player of the year

    The postseason honors continue to come in for standout softball player Casey Stangel. The Lake City High graduate has been named MaxPreps.com’s National High School Softball Player of the Year.


  • East takes 2 of 3 in All-State girls

    Reardan’s Chantel Heath got the 17th annual Washington/North Idaho All-State Girls Basketball games off to a great start for the East. Heath scored 10 points while garnering MVP honors, as …


  • Border League camp brings out the best

    When taking high school football players to college for summer camp became too expensive, a handful of area coaches decided to find an alternative. Out of the brainstorming four years …


  • Border League camp brings out the best

    When taking high school football players to college for summer camp became too expensive, a handful of area coaches decided to find an alternative.


  • Cheney’s Soter new boys hoops coach at Rogers

    Cheney’s loss is Rogers’ gain in boys basketball. Joel Soter, the boys coach at Cheney the past two years, has accepted the position at Rogers, replacing Tim Wood, who resigned …


  • Youth sports notebook: CV’s Wardsworth wins hammer title

    Central Valley senior Katie Wardsworth won the girls state championship in the hammer at the 13th annual event held recently at Eastern Washington University. Wardsworth flung the hammer 144 feet, …


  • Mead runners organize humanitarian trip to Ethiopia

    Andrew Gardner is taking another step toward returning to his homeland on a more permanent basis. One of the top long-distance runners in the nation for his age, the Mead …


  • State champs from Mead, Post Falls will meet at Blair

    It’s the closest thing to an exhibition between the big-school state girls basketball champs from Washington and Idaho. Even the coaches from Mead and Post Falls are coaching in the …


  • CdA baseball takes second

    BOISE – The Coeur d’Alene High baseball team’s hot hitting chilled Saturday night at Memorial Stadium – ending the Vikings’ run at a state title. Timberline beat Coeur d’Alene 6-2 …


  • Lakeland’s Ward sets record

    EAGLE, Idaho – Lakeland senior Jordan Ward estimates that she has stored roughly 80 track medals, along with numerous special trinkets, in a box at home. Ward earned two more …


  • North Idaho athletes mine gold at state meet

    EAGLE, Idaho – Post Falls’ Steven Beck got Saturday jump-started by winning the pole vault and North Idaho athletes closed the 5A State track and field meet with a flurry …


  • Lake City caps 28-0 season with state title

    As the Lake City softball team posed with the championship trophy Saturday afternoon and the digital cameras were clicking away, a fan summed it up perfectly. “This never gets old,” …


  • Alamillo takes 1st place again

    EAGLE, Idaho – Nikole Alamillo didn’t have her best day, but she had a better day than her competitors in the discus. The Sandpoint junior repeated as state champion, climbing …


  • CdA, LC win, will meet again

    COEUR D’ALENE – Scoreboard-watching was never easier than on Friday afternoon at Ramsey Park. With the softball teams from Lake City and Coeur d’Alene high schools playing at the same …


  • CdA relay team third despite school-record effort

    EAGLE, Idaho – Coeur d’Alene ran much faster than any girls 4x800-meter relay team in school history. But the Vikings had the misfortune of going up against Rocky Mountain, which …


  • Viks reach championship

    BOISE – After a thrilling come-from-behind victory over Eagle in the first round of the Idaho 5A State baseball tournament, the Coeur d’Alene Vikings delivered an unlikely encore Friday evening …


  • Vikings stage dramatic seventh-inning rally past Eagle.

    BOISE – The seventh inning was quite a roller coaster for Sean Sutton on Thursday night. In the top half, the Coeur d’Alene junior pitcher was knocked around for three …


  • Lake City leadoff batter piles up the runs

    When Vanessa Shippy comes to bat, it’s a safe bet that she’ll soon be standing at second base. Shippy, Lake City’s junior leadoff hitter, is batting .771 (64 for 83) …


  • Competition will be fierce for state spots

    A number of state-caliber athletes will fall short of earning state berths this weekend in the 4A and 3A Regional track meets. Just two state berths are available in each …


  • Young Viks open state with Eagle

    The Coeur d’Alene baseball team is making its fifth straight trip to the State 5A tournament in coach Nick Rook’s fifth year as head coach. At some point, the Vikings …

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