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Southeast beast

ATLANTA – Can somebody – anybody! – please stand up to that bully down South. The college football season hasn’t even started yet, but we already feel like we know …


Paul Petrino brings passion, discipline to Idaho football program

MOSCOW, Idaho – Both feet on the ground. Shoulders back against your chair. Eyes locked on the speaker at the front of room. It sounds like an order a Marines …


Eastern Washington football team faces another daunting, but necessary schedule

Another Eastern Washington football season, another challenging schedule. This one is a little more so, with trips to Oregon State, Toledo and Sam Houston State that offer a financial shot …


Playing catch-up

The tailgating scene has come of age in the parking lot above Roos Field. Country music blares over hundreds of cars, campers and motor homes while kids throw footballs and …


UCLA transfer Tevin McDonald is drawing praise from Beau Baldwin

UCLA transfer Tevin McDonald brings big-time talent to the safety position, which took a hit with the graduation of Jeff Minnerly and a hip operation to sophomore Jordan Tonani. McDonald, …


GNL story lines: Should be another wide-open league race

All-league returners Four first-team picks return. J.T. Phelan of East Valley was the co-offensive most valuable player and a first-team selection at defensive back. Marcus Jackson of West Valley was …


Expect another wacky year from Great Northern League teams

An outright league champion couldn’t be decided on the football field in the Great Northern League last year, resulting in a four-way tie for first in the seven-team league. Then …


Central Valley, Ferris favored by GSL coaches

A look into the crystal ball of Greater Spokane League football reveals it is clear as mud. There is a conglomeration of colors. There’s the light blue of Central Valley, …


IML story lines: Bonners Ferry has new coach with new schemes

All-league returners Seven first-team picks return including two-way selections Jared Job of Kellogg and Mason Cramer of Timberlake.


IEL story lines: Just one playoff spot for 5A teams this season

All-league returners 5A: Addison Johnson, Jackson Carlson, Gunnar Amos and Matt James of Coeur d’Alene; Seth McLeod, Nate Gomer and Curtis Triplett of Post Falls; Tucker Louie-McGee of Lake City; …


Coeur d’Alene lineman Matt James plays with an edge

Two years ago, Matt James didn’t think college football was in the picture. The Coeur d’Alene lineman thought he was too lean at 6-foot-3, 220 pounds. Two inches and some …


Tigers want more

Year in and year out talk about football in the Intermountain League begins and ends with one school – Timberlake. If seven straight league championships and nine straight playoff appearances …


Shadle Park has offensive weapons to make a run in GSL

All-league returners Ten first-team picks return. They are J.D. Boden of Central Valley, Jonah Jordan of Mead, Brett Rypien of Shadle Park, Cole Karstetter of Ferris, Tanner Pauly of Shadle, …


Moses Lake beefs up for Big Nine Conference

The Big Nine Conference receives two state playoff berths this fall, and Moses Lake should be in the mix for one of them. The Chiefs return 10 starters, split equally …


Northeast B story lines: It’s all in the Cain family at Selkirk

NE 1B north Myers back


Cusick lost a lot of talent to graduation, but excited about replacements

The true test of a high school football program comes the year after a great senior class graduates. Does it fall back, or does it just reload? A year ago …


Sophomore Dallas Isaak steps in a quarterback for Almira-Coulee/Hartline.

Brandon Walsh points to history to understand the South division of the Northeast 1B League. “In the end, I think you’ll find that the programs that have historically been successful …


Northwest Christian starts from scratch with football team

In case you didn’t know, the clues were there in Colbert first-thing on Aug. 21, the first day of high school football turnouts for the 2013 season. The water station …


NEA story lines: Freeman should be team to beat in NEA

All-league returners Six first-team picks return. They are two-way selection Kian Genteman of Freeman, Coleton Collins of Lakeside, Dustin Olson of Chewelah, Tommy Norman of Chewelah, Ryan Cotner of Riverside …


Graduation takes toll at Chewelah and gives Freeman a big opportunity to win NEA title

Graduation left all the Northeast A League football teams with holes to fill this fall. No school took a bigger hit than Chewelah, which went through league play undefeated last …


SE 1B story lines: Liberty Christian still the team to beat

Lesser is more Liberty Christian put its fate in a pair of unlikely hands on the final play of last year’s state Class 1B title game: 14-year-old running back John …


Wallace returns all but one starter on offense

Wallace coach Dave Rounds expects to win the North Star League football championship each year. His school is the biggest in the conference and has the biggest turnout each year.


Colton has speed to challenge for Southeast 1B League title

Here’s the thing about eight-man football: the gridiron’s the same size, but it definitely plays bigger. When you have just eight players to defend sideline to sideline, there will be …


NE 2B story lines: Lind-Ritzille-Sprague ready for encore

Champions reload No one in the league is predicting a loss for Lind-Ritzille-Sprague any time soon. The Broncos were undefeated (13-0) and the state Class 2B champions a year ago. …


Impact newcomers

Three true freshmen wide receivers, each four-star high school recruits out of California, usher different skill sets into the University of Washington Huskies football team. John Ross is shifty and …


New Husky Stadium has that wow factor

For more than 90 years, old Husky Stadium was a place of great scenery, great traditions and, very often, great football. But in the end, old Husky Stadium was simply …


St. Maries Lumberjacks have lofty goals

St. Maries begins its second year in the three-team Central Idaho League, and the Lumberjacks will be chasing favorite Grangeville. The Lumberjacks return four starters, led by senior quarterback/ free …


Impact newcomer

Paul Petrino spent most of fall camp referring to explosive freshman running back Richard Montgomery as a stud. His position coach, Jason Shumaker, simply calls him a steal. Despite a …


University of Washington story lines

In Keith they trust Senior QB Keith Price says he’s happy and healthy again, and he’s playing behind a line that looks healthy and happy again, too. Price has worked …


Whitworth has good depth on both sides of ball

Injuries produce depth Whitworth Pirates head coach John Tully said it’s just the nature of football that some players will miss time to injury. But the Pirates had several devastating …