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Christilaw: Valley grads integral to Whitworth’s success

You have to wonder where the Whitworth University football program would be without a heaping helping of Valley football talent. The Pirates are off to a 4-2 start under first-year …


Rivalry in Lake City kicked in high gear

What constitutes a rivalry? Does it have to be sport centric? Does geography have an impact? Does belonging to the same school district automatically make it a rivalry?


Bill Pierce’s prep almanac

With only a narrow 7-0 loss to Gonzaga, the Rogers Pirates were undisputed City champions in 1942. To end the season, a game was arranged with undefeated Ellensburg for Thanksgiving …


Pick 6: Greg Lee having trouble picking with both hands around his throat

It’s official: I’m in a funk. There’s no other definition for it. For the second straight week, Sam Adams has picked up a game. Now my seemingly formidable four-game lead …


Eagles’s lead runner Skylar Ovnicek keeps eye on districts

There are only a few miles left in Skylar Ovnicek’s high school cross country career, and the West Valley senior is ready for them. More importantly, he’s ready to share …


Pick 6: Lee having trouble picking with both hands around his throat

It’s official: I’m in a funk. There’s no other definition for it. For the second straight week, Sam Adams has picked up a game. Now my seemingly formidable four-game lead …


Coeur d’Alene, Lake City top NWPrepsNow power rankings

The NWPrepNow Power Rankings continue to have a similar feel, but the order was shook up after results from last Friday.


Colville takes down defending 1A state champs Freeman

Colville high school football coach Randy Cornwell told his wife earlier this week that his Indians would beat top-ranked Freeman 28-14. “I missed it by one” touchdown, he told his …


Lake City cruises to victory over Post Falls

For Lake City, another week of big plays on offense and a bend-but-don’t-break defense. For Post Falls, another week of costly turnovers and missed opportunities.


Friday Night Football: Peak performances

Jalen Hicks, Ferris Cody Fulfs, Colfax Quentin Holford, Inchelium Next week’s big game Ran for a school-record 360 yards and five touchdowns in the Saxons’ 43-34 win over Shadle Park. …


Prep roundup: Coeur d’Alene keeps pace with Lewiston in volleyball

The Coeur d’Alene volleyball team kept pace with Lewiston atop the Inland Empire League 5A standings with a win over host Post Falls on Thursday night. Megan Ramseyer had 22 …


Steve Christilaw: Choosing a college challenging for some athletes

Choosing a college is one of those big decisions that keep a lot of people up at night, especially for young athletes hoping to take their game to the next …


U-Hi’s Brooklynn Tacke aims to win

Brooklynn Tacke has an attitude that comes pouring out when she gets on the volleyball court. As a University High middle blocker, it’s an integral part of the game.


Pick 6: Sam picks up ground

OK, all’s fair in love and war. And in Pick 6. If I’m going to gloat in victory I must be gracious in defeat. So please some applause for my …


Area roundup: West Valley wins in girls soccer, remains on top GNL

Rachel McGlothlen made eight saves and the West Valley Eagles outscored the Clarkston Bantams 4-3 in a shootout to post a 1-0 victory in Great Northern League girls soccer action …


G-Prep star Laura Stockton gives oral commitment to play basketball at Gonzaga

The Stockton name will continue to have a tangible affiliation with Gonzaga University.


Streaking Freeman retains spot

The Freeman Scotties football team continues to be the darling of the NWPrepsNow Power 6 rankings panel. The defending State 1A champion Scotties (5-0) were voted first for a second …


Freeman remains atop NWPrepsNow.com power rankings

The Freeman football team continues to be the darling of the NWPrepsNow Power 6 rankings panel. The defending State 1A champion Scotties (5-0) were voted first for a second consecutive …


Coeur d’Alene scores late touchdown to defeat Hermiston

The Coeur d’Alene Vikings were tested down the stretch for the second straight week. This time, they passed the test. Quarterback Austin Lee’s 2-yard run with less than a minute …


Cheney keeps rolling, tops East Valley

Give a team the ball enough and it’s bound to find any way it can to score. That was the case at East Valley, where the visiting Cheney Blackhawks took …


Shadle Park shuts down Gonzaga Prep

This just in – the Shadle Park football team has much to complement quarterback Brett Rypien. Like a defense, to begin with. And a sure-handed wide receiver, Jahden Nguyen.


Football roundup: Pullman edges West Valley

Mason Petrino scored on a 15-yard run early in the fourth quarter and Pullman’s defense did the rest in a 28-21 Great Northern League win over West Valley Friday night …


U-Hi takes off to victory

The Rogers football team gave the University Titans all they could handle for a quarter. Then the Titans took over in the second quarter, and the Pirates didn’t have an …


Boleneus, Bullpups win in shootout

Zoe Boleneus made three saves in the shootout and Gonzaga Prep clipped Lewis and Clark 2-1 in a Greater Spokane League girls soccer match Friday at Gonzaga Prep. After a …


Friday football’s peak preformances

Bryce Williamson, University Mitchell Millard, Wallace Theron Taylor, Deer Park Next week’s big game Rushed for 161 yards on 17 carries and scored six touchdowns in the Titans’ 56-20 win …


Prep roundup: Vikings rally to defeat Bengals in volleyball

Megan Ramseyer had 31 kills and 25 assists and Coeur d’Alene rallied to beat two-time defending state champion Lewiston in five sets in an Inland Empire League 5A volleyball match …


Lewis and Clark rides first-half lead to victory over NC

After three straight losses to open the season, the Lewis and Clark football team has some momentum going. The Tigers had no difficulty dispatching the North Central Indians 24-7 in …


Mt. Spokane rallies to beat Ferris

Undone the past two weeks by many of their own mistakes, the Mt. Spokane football team took advantage of a couple breaks late Thursday. The Wildcats scored the go-ahead touchdown …


Injuries result in Rogers ending varsity girls soccer season

A shortage of healthy players has forced Rogers High School to forfeit the rest of its varsity girls soccer matches, the Greater Spokane League announced Thursday. Down to 12 fit …


Colville’s Vining mixes hunting, football

COLVILLE – The scruffy beard adorning Colville’s Colton Vining makes him look like a teenage version of the 1970s TV character Grizzly Adams. But watching the 5-foot-7, 175-pound senior stiff-arm …