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SWX's Taylor Brooks had a chance to talk with Post Falls wrestlers Tyler Morris and Ridge Lovett, as they talk about winning their 2nd straight Idaho 5A State Championship.
The Post Falls High School boys basketball team beat Coeur d'Alene on Tuesday night, 58-44 to win the Idaho 5A District 1-2 Championship Game.
SWX's Taylor Brooks has a story about Post Falls wrestler Ridge Lovett and how his undefeated season is catching the eyes of people around the world.
FINAL: Post Falls 80, Lewiston 5.
New Sandpoint football coach Ryan Knowles was busy after a recent practice placing decals on helmets. “I’m going to go paint the field when I’m done,” he said.
It was business as usual for Post Falls, and business has been pretty good for the Trojans this season. The third-ranked Trojans remained unbeaten with a 49-14 victory over visiting Lake City on a blustery Friday night in the 5A Inland Empire League opener for both teams.
Coeur d’Alene is the clear-cut favorite in the 5A Inland Empire League. After that, it’s anybody’s guess.
Second-year Sandpoint head coach George Yarno Jr. has been molded by first-rate football minds.
It’s an exaggeration to say that it has been since the Ice Age that a Post Falls football team has had as much speed as it showed on Friday ... but it’s close. The Trojans, who have had linemen faster than skill players in the last decade, used their quickness and athleticism to handle the visiting and mistake-prone Sandpoint Bulldogs 56-12 in a season opener.
Nina Carlson tossed in 17 points and Lauren Rewers and Bridget Rieken scored 15 and 10, respectively, to power the Lake City Timberwolves girls to a 56-42 victory over the visiting Lewiston Bengals in 5A Inland Empire League play.
Marc Allert’s Post Falls girls basketball team defends 94 feet of the court.
Coeur d’Alene High junior quarterback Cole Yankoff says he’s been timed in the 40-yard dash but not recently.
Coeur d’Alene’s offense wasn’t in sync in the first half but the Vikings still piled up 19 first downs, 23 points and 294 yards.
The Mead Panthers are essentially playing for their football postseason lives Thursday. While the Panthers wouldn’t mathematically be eliminated with a loss, their hopes would be dealt a big blow considering an early loss to co-league leader Central Valley (5-1, 2-0).
First-year Lake City volleyball coach Jenna Leggat says she’ll find something that her team can work on at practice the next three days.
Prep roundup: Myah Long scored the game-winning goal in a shootout and the Ferris Saxons (5-2, 1-2) held off the visiting Lewis and Clark Tigers (5-4, 1-2) 3-2 in a Greater Spokane League girls soccer match on Wednesday.
Everything that could go right for the Central Valley defense did go right Friday night. The offense, on the other hand, needed a half to get going.
New coaches often inherit teams short on wins and long on challenges.
Season after season, Coeur d’Alene is favored to win the 5A Inland Empire League title and expected to compete for a state championship.
Bryce Bronson’s basket with five seconds remaining gave Coeur d’Alene a 53-51 victory over Columbia River on Friday and sent the Vikings into the championship game of the Centennial New Year’s Basketball Bash at the College of Idaho in Caldwell.