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Stories tagged: high school football

GFCC vs Cascade Look Ahead

A look ahead to the GFCC vs. Cascade matchup on Friday.

UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 30, 2019, 10:40 p.m.

Six teens shot at end of high school football game in Alabama

Authorities say at least six people were shot during a high school football game in Alabama. Mobile Police Chief Lawrence Battiste told news outlets that 10 people in all were …

Hellgate Seniors Look Forward to Final Ride

August 30th represents the start of high school football in Montana, but—more importantly—it represents opportunity for teams to start off the new year on the right foot. For the 2019 …

Parents of dead high school football player sue Federal Way school district

The parents of a Seattle area high school football player who died during a team workout are suing the school district.

Credibility concerns led to ‘no’ vote on last chance for downtown stadium location

There were no cheers after Wednesday night’s decision by the Spokane Public Schools board to build a new stadium at the current Joe Albi site. There were plenty of regrets, …

Despite city go-ahead on sportsplex, confusion surrounds stadium developments

No local issue has earned as much confusion, even among the supposedly well informed, as the advisory vote on where to locate a new 5,000-seat stadium.

Prep football roundup: Konner Kinkade and Isaiah Strong help Pullman cruise past North Central

Roundup of Friday’s prep football action from across the region

UPDATED: Sat., Sept. 1, 2018, 7:03 p.m.

Coeur d’Alene overcomes miscues, handles Gonzaga Prep, 28-14

About the only thing that slowed Coeur d’Alene’s offense was Coeur d’Alene’s offense. But that didn’t derail the Vikings, who beat Gonzaga Prep at home 28-14.

UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 31, 2018, 9:23 p.m.

Lewiston’s strong ground game too much for Shadle Park in season opener

As far as season openers go, things couldn’t have gone much worse for the Shadle Park Highlanders.

Prep football roundup: Ryan Chan’s two touchdowns helps Mead thump Post Falls

Roundup of Friday’s prep football action from around the region

John Blanchette: Football not under siege, but movies about the sport should be

The football establishment has mobilized and its message is clear: football is under siege. Except it’s not. But I know what should be. Football movies.

UPDATED: Wed., June 27, 2018, 10:43 p.m.

Spokane School Board questions proposed downtown stadium to replace Joe Albi

The issue of a new stadium in downtown Spokane is going down to the wire.

UPDATED: Sat., Sept. 2, 2017, 12:15 a.m.

Coeur d’Alene holds off Central Valley behind impressive performance by backup QB Brady Thompson

Brady Thompson engineered a 98-yard scoring drive, capped when he hit Josh Wilson on a 14-yard pass to give the visiting Coeur d’Alene Vikings a two-score advantage with 6:23 remaining. …

Area high school football teams prep for openers

The high school football season is just now beginning its second week.

UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 16, 2017, 4:11 p.m.

Steve Christilaw: Risks of concussion deserve top attention

I still remember a memo my former boss sent around to the staff working the sports section of this newspaper.

Football players settle hazing case over ‘No Gay Thursday’

Three suburban Philadelphia high school football players have pleaded guilty to menacing a freshman player with a broom handle on what the team called “No Gay Thursday.”

Liberty edges Asotin in triple overtime

In an early-season battle to assert dominance in the league, Tyler Hass scored a touchdown and two-point try in the third overtime and visiting Liberty held off Asotin 22-20 to …

Locker room rape case preliminary hearing delayed

An Idaho judge has approved delaying a preliminary hearing for a football player who prosecutors say sexually assaulted a teammate in an Idaho high school locker room.

Concussion that killed teen football player wasn’t his first

A Washington school district has revealed that a football player who died following a head injury had suffered a concussion before.

CV picked to take GSL showdown

Two straight weeks picking the same winners ends this week. And we could have had more differences. Not sure who didn’t have enough guts – yours truly or Sam Adams. …

Jordan Spieth takes 1-shot lead into final round of Tour Championship

GOLF: Jordan Spieth already has the best year in golf. He’s one round away from having the richest year in golf history. Spieth battled through a tough, rainy Saturday at …

Gonzaga Prep offense too much for University

Gonzaga Prep was a model of consistency, University couldn’t get out of its own way and the Bullpups’ 54-19 victory Friday night at U-Hi was the end result. Following a …

GSL landscape changing

Greater Spokane League principals voted unanimously Thursday to scrap their traditional football schedule and crown 4A and 3A champions. Beginning in the fall, the six 4A schools will play seven …

Rogers High football players give their all, despite adversity

Jacob Meusy held it together as the seconds ticked off the clock of a homecoming game that appeared won, but somehow slipped to defeat in the final minutes. He held …

G-Prep win moves Pups to top spot in area poll

The lineup received a slight shuffle, but all the players remained the same. In the week-four edition of our NWPrepsNow Power Rankings, the same six football teams remain from week …

Saxons still lead area poll

Different week, same result. Once again, the Ferris Saxons lead our NWPrepsNow high school football Power Rankings after limiting prolific Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien to a meager 131 yards …

Davenport football player expected to make full recovery after head injury

A Davenport football player is expected to make a full recovery from a slight skull fracture after being taken by helicopter to a hospital on Friday.

It’s early, but Friday told a tale

So what did we learn after the first week of Greater Spokane League football? A lot really. And not a lot, really, considering there are eight more weeks of league …

Bears, Titans stoked for success

There’s a palpable sense of excitement about the annual start of high school football practices. It draws on both the fresh promise of a new season and the release of …

Young Broncos eager for title

There are some who might suggest that the Lind-Ritzville/Sprague football team has arrived a year earlier than expected. After all, the Broncos start four juniors, two sophomores and even had …