Last week we previewed Idaho 5A and 4A teams. This week, we catch up with the smaller schools in the Gem State.
If it seems like the Greater Spokane League 4A ranks have been hit harder this year with talent graduating, you might not be imagining things.
After the dust settles when schools are allowed to reduce their attendance numbers for classification based upon free and reduced lunches, the Greater Spokane League 3A ranks could look drastically different.
Post Falls and Sandpoint put on an offensive show in the first half. The Trojans’ defense stole the show in the second half as host Post Falls outlasted the Bulldogs 49-28 in the season opener for both teams Friday night.
Colbey Nosworthy’s fingerprints were all over Coeur d’Alene’s hard-fought victory Friday night.
There’s no one personality type that fits for an offensive lineman. But all have developed a deep-rooted love for the game despite – or maybe because of – the relative anonymity of their position.
Coeur d’Alene High football coach Shawn Amos has been through this too many times to count. Amos has mastered the reloading-not-rebuilding process after losing an outstanding quarterback and numerous all-Inland Empire League and all-state players.
There are only three teams in the 4A Inland Empire League, but that doesn’t make projecting the eventual champion any easier.
Early look at the 2019 edition of the Belt Huskies football team.
John Moir expected to see a big jump in popularity in his girls cross country program after winning West Valley’s third state championship last fall.
The full 9-week SWX television broadcast schedule for high school football in Yakima and the Mid-Columbia.
Anyone who’s ever spent a prolonged amount of time in the Tri-Cities knows what a summer along the Columbia River means.
If you want to know what someone values, take a look at what they prioritize.
The Washington State Softball Coaches Association announced its selections for 2019 All-State Softball Teams earlier this week; East-West football on Friday.
Some lessons are harder to learn than others.
Kimmel, the GSL player of the year as a sophomore, birdied the last three holes to earn medalist honors by one shot over Davenport’s Kristof Panke, who birdied Nos. 16 and 17 to finish with a 75.