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  • Post Falls outlasts Sandpoint

    SANDPOINT – Post Falls football coach Jeff Hinz was quick to acknowledge how special the Trojans’ 42-39 season-opening win over the Sandpoint Bulldogs was Friday at Barlow Stadium. Then Hinz …


  • Target on Pups, Saxons

    It may not be unanimous but the Greater Spokane League’s 4A coaches believe Gonzaga Prep will capture the league championship. The team the coaches believe will earn the other play-in …


  • League changes opens nice scheduling opportunity for area football teams

    Inland Empire League football coaches thought it was a door that had been permanently shut. For nearly a decade, IEL coaches have desired that their counterparts in the Greater Spokane …


  • Timberlake Tigers figure to make another post-season run

    Timberlake will continue its dominance this year. The Tigers have captured eight straight Intermountain League championships and qualified for the state playoffs for 10 consecutive years.


  • State champs loaded

    Freeman has caught the attention of local and statewide football fans. Now the Scotties are gaining prominence on a national scale.


  • Wallace cobbles together schedule as an independent

    The 1A Division I Wallace Miners find themselves without a league this fall. They will play an independent schedule since the four 1A Division II North Star League teams essentially …


  • Supporting cast not same for Rypien

    Is one player better than a team? That’s the question facing Greater Spokane League 3A teams this year.


  • Confident Moses Lake figures to be in contention

    The new Big Nine Conference as we know it – since the divorce from the Mid-Columbia schools – could see its most competitive football season as it enters year three. …


  • St. Maries focused on one of three playoff spots for Central Idaho League

    The three Central Idaho League teams are guaranteed state playoff berths in an expanded 16-team format this year. So St. Maries, 2-7 a year ago, is understandably jacked and the …


  • Three new GSL football coaches preside over first practices

    The summer changed for Terry Cloer. That’s what happens when one becomes a high school head football coach, as Cloer did last spring when he was hired to replace Mike …


  • Give and Take: Tweets of the week

    @ Srpreps (Greg Lee) For my money the best opening game in this area is Richland at Gonzaga Prep with Wenatchee/Mead and CV/CdA close #nwprepsnow. @Jacob_ThorpeSR It’s pouring rain in …


  • Son of WSU A.D. is chosen as prep All-American

    Ben Moos, a freshman at Pullman High School, was recently named to the MaxPreps 2013 Freshman Football All-American Team as a tight end. Also listed as All-Americans were Lousiana State …


  • Lee: Post Falls’ Jeff Hinz thankful for broken leg

    When is breaking your leg a good thing? If you ask Post Falls head football coach Jeff Hinz he’ll tell you he’s fortunate he broke his on Thanksgiving morning.


  • Broncos blank Timberwolves to capture 2B title

    TACOMA – Lind-Ritzville/Sprague’s high-octane offense fired on the first play. After senior running back Connor O’Neill sprinted 69 yards to the end zone seconds into the State 2B football championship …


  • Scotties rule 1A

    TACOMA – For Freeman, the second half was an exhibition of smash-mouth football on both sides of the line of scrimmage. The Scotties took control where it counts most and …


  • Bellevue crushes Eastside Catholic to win State 3A football title

    TACOMA – Timmy Haehl ran for two touchdowns, passed for one and returned an interception for another to help Bellevue crush Eastside Catholic 52-20 on Friday night for its sixth …


  • LRS seniors want to go out with another title

    The State 2B football championship game is chock-full of storylines. First, there’s the rematch when the defending state champ Lind-Ritzville/Sprague Broncos (12-0) face the Morton-White Pass Timberwolves (12-0) at the …


  • Mason City led the way in 1945

    Nearly all the responses to our quest for the best teams were for larger schools in Spokane and Spokane Valley. There was one exception: Richard W. Ross, Mason City class …


  • Rosalia didn’t take slash-dash approach

    Dependency hasn’t just been the name of the game in Whitman County athletics. It’s how the game has survived. Bigger farms, retreating towns and shrinking enrollments turned longtime rivals into …


  • Stricken player has special moment

    LUBBOCK, Texas – Just three months after Kenbriel Hearn emerged from a coma, the 18-year-old football star scored the most memorable touchdown of his life. The senior at Memphis High …


  • Shadle has its work cut out as Highlanders seek to end Bellevue’s win streak

    If you’re wondering what the Shadle Park football team’s chances are against five-time defending State 3A champ Bellevue, there’s an initial knee-jerk response. Somewhere akin to a snowball’s chance in …


  • Balanced attack

    For the Freeman football team, the M&M running back tandem has been a delicious treat this season. Senior Max Laib and junior Markus Goldbach have not only each rushed for …


  • Defending 2B champs Lind-Ritzville/Sprague healthy heading into this year’s semifinals

    Lind-Ritzville/Sprague football coach Greg Whitmore is much more optimistic this week than he was a year ago. That’s not to say he’s taking anything for granted. That’s not in his …


  • 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 …


  • LRS keeps rolling into state semifinal

    On a frigid field, Connor O’Neill made sure to provide some heat. The Lind-Ritzville/Sprague senior running back scored three touchdowns and finished with 125 yards rushing in a 43-0 victory …


  • Broncos cruise into 2B quarterfinals

    Dylan Hartz threw two touchdown passes to Ryan Whitmore, Conor O’Neill ran for two scores, and Cort Ruzicka rushed for another as Lind-Ritzville/Sprague beat DeSales 41-14 to advance to the …


  • Reardan holds on for win

    On a night when Reardan had trouble handling the football, it had little trouble handling Oroville, winning 41-20 in a first-round State 2B playoff game Friday night at Gonzaga Prep. …


  • Defense’s turn

    The Shadle Park offense scored 36 fewer points than it did the first time around against the Mt. Spokane Wildcats. The most important number Friday, though, was the fact that …


  • Lee: Amos draws strength from family

    If life were a football game, you’d want to throw a flag for unsportsmanlike conduct. Consider what the Amos family of Coeur d’Alene is enduring. It’s akin to piling on. …


  • CdA WR Addison Johnson has smarts, talent to overcome his size

    Addison Johnson of Coeur d’Alene is a gifted student-athlete. He has outstanding physical abilities as a wide receiver, but there’s no doubt that one of the biggest reasons he’s enjoyed …

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