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  • Rehkow’s 56-yard FG spurs Central Valley to win

    As penalties go, this one was pretty special. Leading by seven points with 10 seconds until halftime and Austin Rehkow lining up for a 51-yard field goal, the Central Valley …


  • NC turns away Rogers in offensive showcase

    The nightcap Friday at Joe Albi Stadium may have been a showdown between winless teams but it was nothing short of entertaining. North Central moved up and down the field …


  • Colville uses defense to topple Timberlake

    Zach Shoemaker scored from 2 yards out early in the fourth quarter and Colville’s defense did the rest in the Indians’ 24-20 nonleague football win over Timberlake Friday night in …


  • Coeur d’Alene rallies past Mercer Island

    You get the sense that Shawn Amos had to dig around for seldom-used vocabulary on Saturday afternoon. Mediocre, embarrassing, undisciplined – these aren’t words often used to describe the performance …


  • Central Valley tops Rogers

    Sometimes a lit fuse is slow to ignite an explosion. But when the Central Valley Bears finally sparked on Friday night, the result was a 41-14 Greater Spokane League football …


  • East Valley pulls past Lakeland in fourth quarter

    East Valley broke open a close game with 24 fourth-quarter points and the Knights went on to beat Lakeland 38-14 in a nonleague game Friday night at East Valley. The …


  • Mead rolls past North Central

    Mead put the game in sprint motion in the first half and that allowed the clock to essentially run nonstop most of the second half. Behind a career game from …


  • Ferris wins 42-21 despite Rypien’s record night

    The Ferris football team started and finished strongly. In between, the Saxons watched Shadle Park sophomore quarterback Brett Rypien set a single-game passing record, but the most important numbers to …


  • G-Prep escapes with win

    If the margin of error is as tight as many think in this year’s Greater Spokane League football race, then any errors will make the margin of victory tight as …


  • Tigers use solid defense to topple Mt. Spokane

    With a showdown looming in a week with the preseason favorite, the Lewis and Clark Tigers could ill afford a second straight loss to open the football season. After some …


  • Mt. Spokane shakes off slow start to topple NC

    The first quarter was a head-scratcher for Mt. Spokane football coach Mike McLaughlin. McLaughlin’s Wildcats didn’t look anything like a challenger for one of the two 3A play-in berths in …


  • Third-ranked Mead Panthers roll 43-10 over U-Hi Titans

    Maybe all that hype about the Mead Panthers is justified. It certainly appeared that way in how they dealt with the pressure of the preseason buzz in whipping University 43-10 …


  • Deer Park rallies for football win

    Down at halftime, Doug Densiton guided Deer Park back. Densiton threw two second-half touchdowns and the Stags clamped down on defense in a 28-18 comeback win over Chewelah in both …


  • IEL story lines

    Top returners Here are the first team all-IEL 5A players back: Cole Zacha, quarterback, Lewiston; Jeremiah Hazard, offensive lineman, Coeur d’Alene; Matt James, OL, CdA; C.J. Miller, OL, Post Falls; …


  • Colfax still king of hill

    Last year, the best offense for Mike Morgan and his Colfax Bulldogs was – literally – a good offense. This year, Morgan’s young offense will be a direct result of …


  • Colton seeks risers

    Graduation hit the Colton Wildcats hard, but coach Clark Vining still has a Straughan around so pardon him if he feels like his offense is in pretty good hands.“That’s a …


  • Southeast 2B story lines

    The perfect finish On the final day of last season, the Waitsburg- Prescott Cardinals won the school’s first state football title by beating Morton/White Pass 33-7 in the Tacoma Dome. …


  • NE 1B South story lines

    A year ago, Almira/Coulee- Hartline and Odessa- Harrington finished among the state’s final four, with the Warriors reaching the State 1B finals. Not bad for a division that had four …


  • Mead heavily favored

    The preview story for Greater Spokane League football begins and ends with the Mead Panthers. If Mead wasn’t part of the conference this fall, there would be an unparalleled balance …


  • Vikings still on top

    The Coeur d’Alene football team knows back-to-back 5A state championships are nice. But the Vikings want to prove that a third straight title is even nicer.


  • GSL story lines

    Top returners Here are the returning first team selections: Davian Barlow, running back, Mead; Luke Rogers, RB, Rogers; Dane Crater, offensive lineman, Mead; Nathan Hundeby, tight end, University; Brennan Schon, …


  • Wallace looks like team to beat in North Star League

    It seems like it’s a battle that can’t be won. North Star teams, by and large, have struggled mightily at playoff time against District II teams (south of Moscow). 1A …


  • Should be wild, wacky race in GNL

    If you’ve followed Great Northern League football in recent years, you know that if anything can happen it usually does. It’s arguably been the most competitive league in the region, …


  • Timberlake will be favored again in IML

    In his first nine seasons as head football coach at Timberlake, coach Roy Albertson’s teams have made the State 3A playoffs each year. That isn’t about to change this fall. …


  • GNL story lines

    Top returners Here are the returning first team all-league players: Keith Goulding, offensive/defensive lineman, West Valley; Sergio Rodriguez, OL/DL, Deer Park; Eric Igbinoba, wide receiver/defensive back, Cheney; Terrynce Duke, WR/DB, …


  • IML story lines

    Top returners Here are the returning all-league first team players: Jereme Nereaux, offensive line, Timberlake; Forrest Herring, linebacker, Timberlake; Cory Squires, LB and co-defensive player of year, Kellogg; Carman Kirchbaum, …


  • Prep writer Lee visits every GSL football camp

    From Hillyard to just west of Green Bluff, from Ferris to Mead, from Central Valley to Albi Stadium and four stops in between, Wednesday was an ambitious day for this …


  • Kliebphipat comes up short

    Gonzaga University junior-to-be Tai Jade Kliebphipat, after leading 3-up through 14 holes, lost to Jennifer Yang 1-up during Thursday’s second round of match play at the 36th Women’s Amateur Public …


  • CdA’s Chalich repeats as 5A player of the year

    For a second straight year, Coeur d’Alene senior quarterback Chad Chalich has been named the All-Idaho 5A player of the year by The Idaho Statesman newspaper in Boise. Chalich, who …


  • Skyline wins Washington State 4A football championship

    For the fourth time in five years, the Skyline Spartans are champions. Max Browne threw two touchdown passes and Jack Valencia had a rushing touchdown and returned an interception for …