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  • Second conquest

    BOISE – Chad Chalich will get his right foot fitted for a cast today and miss the first month of the basketball season. This after playing one final football game …

  • CdA blows into title game

    No one has been able to slow Coeur d’Alene High School’s dynamic passing game all fall. So Mother Nature took her shot Friday night.

  • West Valley dispatches EV (Yakima)

    Perhaps coming off an overtime victory over rival Cheney was enough of a close call for the West Valley Eagles. On Tuesday night it seemed they were primed and ready …

  • In brief: LSU, OSU top poll; high school playoffs set

    Tigers, Cowboys top poll College football: LSU put a lock on the top spot, Oklahoma State moved up to No. 2 for the best ranking in school history, and Alabama …

  • Freeman lands first state berth since 2008

    Freeman’s high-scoring offense was slowed Friday night, but the Scotties still managed to secure their first State 1A playoff berth since 2008. The Scotties (9-1) took an early lead and …

  • Eagle just too much for Lake City, 58-7

    EAGLE, Idaho – Fresh off an unlikely run to qualify for the playoffs, Lake City’s young team experienced just how cruel football in November can be. Playing in a light …

  • Top-ranked CdA wins state opener

    Top-ranked and unbeaten Coeur d’Alene got the kind of high school football game it has been looking for all season in Friday night’s quarterfinals of the Idaho 5A state playoffs.

  • Postseason prep football schedule

    Idaho Friday

  • Still plenty of intrigue in Greater Spokane League football race

    This is what high school football races should be about. The only thing certain in the Greater Spokane League going into the final regular-season week is Mead and Ferris will …

  • Tested for first time in weeks, CdA tops Post Falls

    The top-ranked Coeur d’Alene Vikings were tested for the first time in six games, trailed for the first time in seven games – and still won by 28 points. The …

  • West Valley wins, keeps pace in GNL

    It was a battle of elite running backs Friday night at East Valley. The Knights’ Adam Talley had the better numbers, but the Eagles’ Dylan Ellsworth led the Eagles to …

  • Post Falls topples Lake City

    They weren’t the only plays that influenced the outcome, but they were two of the biggest. Late in the first half with the score tied, Post Falls High, facing fourth-and-1 …

  • Vikings dismantle Whitney; Lake City loses

    MOSCOW, Idaho – The quarterback without a scholarship made a statement Saturday. Chad Chalich had Whitney of Rocklin, Calif., coming and going as the Coeur d’Alene senior quarterback owned the …

  • Colfax special in victory over DeSales

    Special teams turned out to be quite special for Colfax on Friday night. Trailing by seven points in the third quarter, the Bulldogs got a second big play out of …

  • Post Falls topples Lake City

    Post Falls scored two third-quarter touchdowns to break open a close game and the Trojans beat Lake City 17-7 in an Inland Empire League football matchup in Coeur d’Alene. Johnny …

  • Lee: Ready or not, here are my picks

    I got it wrong last year, and I don’t plan a repeat this fall. I didn’t pick Ferris to win the Greater Spokane League football championship. Big mistake. All the …

  • Lake City wins in prep football opener

    Bobby Traverse had four starts at quarterback last year for Lake City, filling in for the injured starter. Naturally, Traverse was a tad tentative at times as a junior. It’s …

  • Prep football coaches feel the heat

    GARDNER, Kan. – High school football coaches are always eager for fall practice to start, and that rings especially true in small towns all across the Midwest, where every store …

  • Sorensen helps spark shutout win for East

    The East defeats the West in the 47th annual East/West All-Star Football Summer Classic played at EWU’s Roos Field on Friday night.

  • Lystedt’s near-fatal concussion reaps changes

    MAPLE VALLEY, Wash. – Inside the second-floor bedroom, the walls remain unchanged from five years ago: blue paint with a pasted wraparound border of footballs, baseballs, basketballs and soccer balls. …

  • Former Pullman HS football coach Bill Peterson killed in crash

    Bill Peterson, the former Pullman High School football coach who helped oversee the Greyhounds’ program during a prosperous six-year stretch, died Wednesday in a single-vehicle accident in western Washington. Peterson, …

  • AP all-state prep football team for Washington

    The Associated Press all-state football team for Washington was announced on Tuesday

  • Lee: Champion Saxons stand alone

    A few final thoughts on fall sports, particularly about the Ferris football team’s magical season, and an answer to a question I posed earlier this fall. About midway through the …

  • Ferris sacks Spartans for state championship

    TACOMA – The Ferris Saxons abandoned their base 4-3 defense and rolled out a dime. The Saxons didn’t stop the Skyline Spartans on a dime, to be sure. But they …

  • Colfax runner-up for second straight year

    TACOMA – The South Bend football team uses little deception. When a team runs behind a sizeable road grader like South Bend has in its offensive line, trickery isn’t necessary.

  • Ferris stops Skyline on a dime, wins state crown

    Ferris Saxons controlled the clock and hung on to the ball Saturday to pick up their first state title, beating top-ranked Skyline 24-16 in the 4A championship football game at …

  • Cusick falls in State 1B title game

    The Lummi Blackhawks overcame a 24-16 halftime deficit to defeat Cusick 55-30 in the State 1B championship football game at the Tacoma Dome.

  • Ferris Saxons set goal to avenge Skyline loss

    The distraction is ancient history now. Yes, the Ferris football team must make its second trip to Tacoma in six days. But it could turn out to be a blessing, …

  • Colfax earns second chance at championship

    The Colfax football team never took for granted that this could happen. For one thing, Colfax coach Mike Morgan never would have allowed it.

  • Cusick spurns ACH, advances to title game

    On a day in which bitter cold and flurries of snow turned the Inferno at Roos Field in Cheney from red to white, the dropping temperatures and uncertain terrain also …



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