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For the second week in a row, none of the eight regions set up by the Washington State Department of Health qualified to move into Phase 2 of the state's "Roadmap to Recovery" plan.
As the state inches closer to a possible return of high school sports, the area's athletic directors are scrambling. Well, that's not quite fair. They're always scrambling.
Bella Muraketete is still the high-energy post player at Washington State as she was as the often triple-teamed force at little Genesis Prep Academy in Post Falls.
Acknowledging a "complicated scenario," the Northeast A League released a delayed schedule to return to sports on Wednesday.
From staff and wire reports
The Greater Spokane League, in collaboration with the WIAA, announced on Friday adjustments for the league to WIAA Season 1, comprised of traditional fall sports, slated to begin as early as Feb. 1.
Wade Engelson resigned as Sandpoint boys basketball coach earlier this month.
Longtime Lake City boys basketball coach and administrator Jim Winger occasionally glances at a photo in his office, sparking reminiscence of a much simpler time.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced revisions on Wednesday to its schedule for the return of high school sports. While the development seems encouraging, there is still a lot of work to be done before competition may begin.
Maisie Burnham is used to leading her team in scoring. She led the Liberty Lancers to the State 2B championship last season, earning 2B State player of the year in the process.
The WIAA Executive Board voted to amend its season schedule on Wednesday, moving traditional fall sports to WIAA Season 1 while choosing to review Seasons 2 and 3 at its Jan. 19 meeting.
Former Gonzaga forward Dale Haaland's son, 6-foot-8 Lakeland senior Noah Haaland, has the Hawks thinking big.
A worldwide pandemic wiped away plenty of sports in eastern Washington.
Madi Symons scored 19 points and Coeur d'Alene (8-1) beat Burley (7-5) 57-43 in the East Idaho Holiday Tournament at on Wednesday. Emma Whiteman added 17 points for the Vikings while Amari Whiting led Burley with 22 points.
Stacy Smith, coach of Coeur d'Alene Charter's girls soccer team, was named the national small school girls high school coach of the year by the United Soccer Coaches Association in December.
Brooklyn Rewers scored 17 points, Sophia Zufelt added 13 and visiting Lake City (5-2) beat Bonneville (4-8) 57-48 at the East Idaho Holiday Tournament on Tuesday. Lake City faces Rigby in the tourney finale on Wednesday.
After a Friday and Saturday full of family celebration for his son Peyton’s 18th birthday, Mike Bundy was looking forward to a Sunday spent hunting elk in the north Idaho panhandle on Nov. 15 with his younger son, 12-year-old Parker.
Alyssa Randles, ranked seventh in the country according to USA Wrestling, is a bit of an anomaly, beating several boys and contributing to one of the region's finest big-school varsity boys programs.
The Great American Rivalry Series, along with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, announced the inaugural Great American Rivalry Series Scholar Athlete Hall of Fame Team on Thursday.
A group of administrators and athletic directors from Eastern Washington high schools wrote a letter to Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and the Washington State Department of Health, dated Dec. 10, encouraging the state legislature to relax the protocols surrounding high school sports and activities with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.