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Coeur d'Alene has its sights set high this season. As in, returning to the state title game – and winning – after falling to Rigby in the final last season.
It seems like the season just started, but here we are in mid-October with playoffs spots on the line. Several North Idaho teams can punch their tickets for the state football playoffs on Friday, while others are trying to salvage their season for another week.
At the plate, Kristi Colegrove found ways to stay alive.Now the former Rogers High softball standout is taking her swings at life-altering oral cancer.
Mead senior Caleb Shawen and Mt. Spokane senior Cooper Miethe have been named Great American Rivalry Series Scholar Athletes for 2020, announced by the high school football organization on Monday.
Denny Driskill was a state champion.
For more than 30 years in Spokane, Friday in the fall has meant two things: high school football and “Friday Night Sports Extra” on KXLY-TV.
Jack Prka went 25 of 34 for 405 yards with five touchdown passes, including an 84-yard catch-and-run by Isaiah Griffin, and visiting Coeur d'Alene (5-0, 1-0) beat Lewiston (3-4, 0-1) in an Inland Empire League game on Friday.
With most leagues in North Idaho comprised of only three or four teams, playoff seeds are at a premium. Every league game becomes magnified and even the first league contest can mean the difference between the playoffs or not.
High school football in Eastern Washington and North Idaho forever changed in the fall of 1986.
The Governor’s Office and Washington State Department of Health issued new guidance for returning to education-based sports and activities on Tuesday, using the statistical benchmarks of COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents in a given county, as well as the percentage of positive tests.
If this was one last dress rehearsal, Coeur d’Alene might end up taking a curtain call this season.
BOISE – Idaho’s female wrestlers will soon have an opportunity to compete for their own state championship.
As the calendar flips to October, the football schedule inches closer to games that really matter, as most schools in North Idaho are wrapping up nonleague play this week, including the No. 1-ranked team in 5A.
Jesse Allan didn’t need a commercial drivers license to haul a half-dozen football players on a daily, 40-mile Interstate 90 commute with winding roads and a mountain pass that drops into rural North Idaho.
It was a Monday night, Sept. 19, 1988 to be exact, when the landline phone at Mark Rypien’s home in Washington D.C. began to ring.
In 2020, if it’s not one thing, it’s another.
It’s Week 5 for Idaho football, and the No. 1-ranked team in the top classification in the state has played only two games, both against lower-classified opponents. That situation gets rectified this week.
Two weeks after opening the year with the most wide-open back-to-school model in the Inland Northwest, the Lakeland Joint School District has been struck with at least 10 cases of COVID-19.
For more than 50 years, Bob Isitt was a fixture in the distance running community in Spokane. If there was a ‘Mount Rushmore of running’ in the area, Isitt would not be out of place alongside contemporaries and Olympians Don Kardong and Gerry Lindgren and their high school coach at Rogers High School, Tracy Walters.
As a player, Jazmine Redmon is part of the rich history of Greater Spokane League girls basketball. Now, she’ll try to author a new legacy in a different role.