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Wallace returns all but one starter on offense

Wallace coach Dave Rounds expects to win the North Star League football championship each year. His school is the biggest in the conference and has the biggest turnout each year.


NEA story lines: Freeman should be team to beat in NEA

All-league returners Six first-team picks return. They are two-way selection Kian Genteman of Freeman, Coleton Collins of Lakeside, Dustin Olson of Chewelah, Tommy Norman of Chewelah, Ryan Cotner of Riverside …


SE 1B story lines: Liberty Christian still the team to beat

Lesser is more Liberty Christian put its fate in a pair of unlikely hands on the final play of last year’s state Class 1B title game: 14-year-old running back John …


St. Maries Lumberjacks have lofty goals

St. Maries begins its second year in the three-team Central Idaho League, and the Lumberjacks will be chasing favorite Grangeville. The Lumberjacks return four starters, led by senior quarterback/ free …


NE 2B story lines: Lind-Ritzille-Sprague ready for encore

Champions reload No one in the league is predicting a loss for Lind-Ritzille-Sprague any time soon. The Broncos were undefeated (13-0) and the state Class 2B champions a year ago. …


Colton has speed to challenge for Southeast 1B League title

Here’s the thing about eight-man football: the gridiron’s the same size, but it definitely plays bigger. When you have just eight players to defend sideline to sideline, there will be …


Northeast B story lines: It’s all in the Cain family at Selkirk

NE 1B north Myers back


Army National Guard honors Post Falls, Mead girls basketball

The high school girls basketball season’s been over for more than a month in Washington and nearly two months in Idaho. Washington State 4A champ Mead and Idaho 5A state …


2 going to Hoop Shoot nationals

Tatiana Mendoza from Tekoa and Zach Mackimmie from Coeur d’Alene will be competing the Elks Hoop Shoot National Finals on April 20 in Springfield, Mass., after winning the 12-13-year-old division …


All-North Idaho girls basketball

Name Year Position School Dani Failor Sr. P Post Falls Brooke Litalien Sr. G Post Falls Hallie Gennett Sr. W Post Falls Karlee Wilson Sr. G Lewiston Caelyn Orlandi Sr. …


Reardan claims third 2B title in a row

Chantel Heath hobbled around, Kelsey Moos fought foul trouble and Reardan entered halftime trailing Northwest Christian by two points. No problem.


Mead girls win Washington State 4A basketball crown

TACOMA – Mead girls basketball coach Quantae Anderson talks about playing $1.00 games. In other words, he expects as close to perfection from his players as possible.


Gonzaga Prep girls take fourth at state

Saturday was no small consolation for the Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team. The Bullpups overcame foul trouble to hold off the Inglemoor Vikings 67-59 to capture fourth at the State …


Sunnyside Christian defeats Neah Bay for eighth state title

The contrast in styles was stark. Neah Bay likes to get up and go. Sunnyside Christian prefers to take its time. Chalk up another for the tortoise over the hare. …


St. George’s boys finally wear crown

The St. George’s Dragons won their first State 2B boys basketball title Saturday night at the Arena and they may have a player who was on the court for only …


St. George’s, Colfax meet again, this time for title

It seemed sort of preordained two Northeast 2B schools would meet in tonight’s State 2B boys basketball final. After all, they’ve been atop the classification all season. Defending champion Colfax …


McCaulley shoots Neah Bay back to final

On a team of gazelles, Neah Bay sophomore Tyler McCaulley is the antithesis. But McCaulley’s football lineman build (he’s actually a fullback and linebacker) belies a sweet basketball shot that …


Pullman boys reach State 2A boys title game

YAKIMA – Corey Langerveld needed an address book. Or a GPS. Google Maps. Something. Langerveld not only couldn’t find the zone – the cliche location that every elite athlete wants …


T-Wolves prepared with state in mind

With a talented core back, Lake City boys basketball coach Jim Winger wanted to challenge his team as much as possible this season. It started with the schedule.