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Austin Lee, Coeur d’Alene race past high-scoring Lewiston

The Coeur d'Alene Vikings used a ball-control offense and an opportunistic defense Friday night in a 56-28 win over the Lewiston Bengals at Viking Field. Senior quarterback Austin Lee was 19-for-25 for 214 yards and a two TDs through the air and added three rushing touchdowns to the lead the Vikings to their sixth straight victory.

Pick 6: Lee extends lead over Adams

Normally I would be upset with a 4-2 week. But when I can add to my lead like I did last week, I’ll take 4-2 all day long.

T-Wolves give T-Birds a game

COEUR d’ALENE – The Tumwater Thunderbirds rushed for 308 yards Friday night at Lake City High School, but they did anything but run away from the Timberwolves in a nonleague 35-21 win. Trailing 21-0 early in the second quarter, Lake City junior quarterback Matt Duchow woke up the offense. Duchow, filling in for injured senior Collin Hunter, finished 18 of 22 for 221 yards and two touchdowns and added 71 yards and a TD on the ground, accounting for over 93 percent of his team’s offense Friday night.

Lake City earns first victory of football season

It took the Lake City football team four games to earn its first win. The Timberwolves, behind mobile senior quarterback Collin Hunter, dispatched Shadle Park 27-7 in a nonleague game Thursday at Albi Stadium.

University holds off Post Falls in defensive battle

A big play by University to start the game and a big play by Post Falls to open the second half accounted for two of the game’s three touchdowns Friday. In between, the teams piled up big defensive play after big defensive play before U-Hi used a touchdown in the fourth quarter to hold off the Trojans 14-7 in a nonleague game at Roos Field in Cheney.

Central Valley shuts out Lake City

Central Valley football coach Rick Giampietri’s wide smile said it all. The Bears, coming off a tough loss to Coeur d’Alene a week ago and four straight defeats to close last season, returned to the win column with a solid 26-0 road victory Friday night over Lake City.

Roundup: Cheney volleyball defeats defending GNL champ East Valley

Rylie Pease had 13 kills and four aces Thursday as visiting Cheney knocked off defending Great Northern League volleyball champion East Valley 25-16, 20-25, 25-19, 25-15 in a league opener. Taylor Sellers had four aces and three blocks for the Knights, who also won district and placed seventh at last year’s State 2A tournament.

NWPN’s 2015 Cross Country preview

GSL boys In the North Central boys’ string of nine straight state championships, the Indians have had just two individual champions – Ben Johnston and Tanner Anderson twice. Senior Justin Janke will certainly challenge this fall but NC is shaping up like most of the NC teams the past decade – deep and tightly packed. “We need some growth from the middle of our pack,” NC coach Jon Knight said. NC, ranked No. 1 in the coaches’ preseason rankings, has won 47 straight duals. … Mt. Spokane pushed NC last year, finishing runner-up in league. University finished third and Central Valley was fourth. With the graduation of John Dressel, Mt. Spokane will likely slip a spot or two. The Wildcats bring back junior Hayden Dressel, who took 10th and is the highest returning state placer in the GSL. … Knight expects U-Hi and CV to be in the mix. … Central Valley lost five to graduation, but coach Kieran Mahoney says “we are young but talented.” Mahoney also sees Mead and Lewis and Clark fighting for a top-half finish. … University, ranked fourth in the coaches’ preseason poll, returns seniors Hunter Simpson (22nd at state last year) and Isaac Barville (28th). … Lewis and Clark is led by junior Zak Kindl (32nd). … Four years ago Rogers had four out for cross country. This season the Pirates have 35 led by senior Roberto Lopez.

CdA overcomes CV 37-30

It’s as improbable a win by a Coeur d’Alene football team in some time. Visiting Coeur d’Alene scored two touchdowns in the final 4 minutes, 28 seconds to knock off the Central Valley Bears 37-30 in a nonleague game.

Lewis and Clark lineman Ethan Mermel scores with blocked field goal in win over Lake City

Lewis and Clark got a touchdown from an alert lineman, who scooped up a blocked field goal at the end of the first half, and the Tigers routed visiting Lake City 35-14 Friday night at Joe Albi Stadium. Leading 14-7 near the end of two hard-fought quarters, the Tigers drove to the Timberwolves’ 23-yard line with 2.8 seconds left and rushed to attempt a 40-yard field goal.

IEL 4A: Sandpoint heavy favorite for playoffs

Satini Puailoa returned for his second stint as Sandpoint’s head coach in 2012 and the season opener offered a memorable, telling moment. The Bulldogs punted against East Valley and the Knights started hollering “Peter,” so their players would steer clear of the bouncing football.

IEL 5A: Coeur d’Alene has two options at quarterback

Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Lewiston or Post Falls is going to win the 5A Inland Empire League title and host a state playoff game. Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Lewiston or Post Falls is going to finish second and make the postseason. And Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Lewiston or Post Falls is going to take third and have a shot at an at-large berth. In other words, each program can make a convincing case in what could be a wide open IEL race.

Rocky Mountain defeats T-Wolves

MOSCOW, Idaho – The Rocky Mountain football team showed why it is in the conversation for an Idaho State 5A championship. Lake City showed why it hopes to be a different – read better – team in a month.

Skyline blanks Coeur d’Alene

MOSCOW, Idaho – Skyline football coach Scott Berger was trying to put his team’s 22-0 shutout of Coeur d’Alene into perspective Friday. Berger looked back to 2013 when the Grizzlies found themselves behind 51-0 at half before succumbing 54-14 at Coeur d’Alene.

Police advise assault charge in fight at U-Hi football camp

Spokane Valley police are recommending a fourth-degree misdemeanor assault charge against a Coeur d’Alene football player who allegedly ripped a helmet off a Sandpoint player and hit him with it during a camp scrimmage Thursday. Sandpoint and Coeur d’Alene were scrimmaging during a Border League camp held at University High School. Police were called to the school after the Sandpoint player was injured. Both players are minors.

Coeur d’Alene football player may be charged with assault

Spokane Valley police are recommending a misdemeanor assault charge against a Coeur d’Alene High School football player who allegedly ripped the helmet off a Sandpoint High player and hit him with it during a camp scrimmage Thursday.

Idaho state basketball: Post Falls stops Highlands duo in OT, wins championship

NAMPA, Idaho – It took an extra four minutes, but the Post Falls boys basketball team’s full-house effort finally overcame Highland’s pair of aces in a brilliant 5A state championship battle. Junior guard Max McCullough scored 19 points to lead a balanced Post Falls attack as the Trojans fought off herculean performances by Highland standouts Stefan Gonzalez and Connor Harding to claim a thrilling, 67-62 overtime victory Saturday night at the Idaho Center.