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Three local girls basketball players recently signed National Letters of Intent.
Knight, 57, recently stepped down to spend more time with his family and pointed to "heath issues that necessitated me to step away."
As one of the most decorated girls high school distance runners in Washington state history, Allie Janke could have continued her running career at just about any college she wanted to.
North Idaho fall sports 2020 high school all-league teams
Top-ranked Coeur d'Alene had yet to face a team as dynamic and tested as Rocky Mountain when they recently met in a no-fans-allowed 5A state semifinal.
Due to an uptick in coronavirus cases around the state, fans are currently not permitted to attend high school games in Idaho.
It is no coincidence that seemingly no matter who you talk to about Lewis and Clark's Andie Zylak, the word competitive comes up.
The WIAA Executive Board voted Tuesday to amend the current season schedule for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year, opting to delay the start of WIAA Season 2 to February 1 and shorten each WIAA Season to seven weeks in length.
Mullan, which co-ops with nearby St. Regis, Montana, couldn't get much going after making the 530-mile trek.
After an up-tempo and high-scoring first half, it looked like it would one of those games that whichever team had the ball last, would win.
Despite dealing with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic all season, Idaho high school football has reached the semifinal round of the state tournament. Three North Idaho schools are still fighting to reach an elusive state title game.
With the pandemic still shutting down high school sports in the state, it’s good to find a little normalcy.
Over a 100 players from Washington - mostly from the Spokane area, representing over a dozen schools - made the trek to Sandpoint on Saturday as part of the Cleats vs. Cancer High School Showcase at Barlow Stadium.
A midday snow that made the field sloppy wasn't going to be enough to slow down Mullan/St. Regis on Saturday.
Jack Prka has been talking about getting back to the state championship game all season long. His Coeur d'Alene Vikings are one step closer.
Inland Empire League champion Sandpoint – three weeks removed from dispatching rival Moscow in the regular season– didn’t deviate from its identity in a state 4A quarterfinal rematch Friday.
Just down the short slope from Moscow High School’s gym, Bear Den, is a sweep of emerald lawn, Bear Field.
All season long, Coeur d'Alene has been pointing to the state playoffs – and specifically, the championship game – as the chance to prove their merit. Friday night, the Vikings will finally start that playoff march as they host Timberline of Boise at 7 p.m.
As we inch closer to the scheduled resumption of high school sports in Washington, the state's governing board has further revised its criteria for returning to play this school year with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Momentum is a funny thing in high school sports, especially come playoff time. At the start of the fourth quarter Friday night, it seemed like Post Falls had it.