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Roundup: NWC boys, Colfax girls win district track and field titles

Northwest Christian’s boys and Colfax’s girls each won team titles at the Northeast 2B district track and field meet at Whitworth University on Tuesday. Jerry Sander won twice (shot put, …


Soccer: Young Bears lose in State shootout

They weren’t meant to get this far, a soccer team so young they might as well be called the Central Valley Cubs. But there they were Tuesday night, with just …


CV, Ferris open at home

Central Valley boys soccer coach Andres Monrroy admits to a lack of knowledge about the Curtis Vikings, but that can be blissful. “As a coach, I don’t worry that much …


Idaho State track: Jerry Louie-McGee helps rally Timberwolves to 2nd

About halfway through the Idaho State 5A track meet Saturday, Lake City coach Kelly Reed thought his team’s chances of a trophy, let alone challenging for a state title, had …


Softball: Lakeside edges Riverside for District 7 1A title

McKensie Brittos watched the ball sailing toward right field and thought her poor start on the mound was about to get a lot worse. Instead, Lakeside right fielder Hailey Lesser …


Idaho State track and field: LC’s Scott Cummings, Timberlake’s Preston Rhodes win pole vault titles

A pair of North Idaho male athletes captured state championships in the pole vault at the Idaho high school state meets Friday. Lake City senior Scott Cummings cleared 14 feet, …


Mt. Spokane dominates 3A district track meet

The Mt. Spokane boys and girls track teams’ regular-season dominance was evident by leaps and bounds as the District 8 3A meet concluded Friday at Spokane Falls Community College. Each …


Washington softball: Tigers rally past Ferris in ninth for regional berth

Lewis and Clark couldn’t seal the deal with its first two chances. Sage Scheiwiller took care of the third opportunity.


Kyle Fager, Courtney Provan win District 8 4A tennis singles titles

Top-seeded Kyle Fager of Lewis and Clark defeated second-seeded Josiah Hopkins of Mead 6-2, 6-3 in the championship match of the District 8 4A tournament at Gonzaga Prep. Courtney Provan …


Blackhawks survive Greyhounds, claim District 7 2A soccer title

The goals came a little harder, but that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm after Cheney earned another district soccer title Thursday afternoon. Actually, Blackhawks coach Mark Kiver was plenty damp from …


Central Valley, Shadle Park win district softball titles

Carli Riordan’s outstanding four-year prep pitching career is winding down just as Jaya Allen’s is taking off. Central Valley’s Riordan and Shadle Park’s Allen played huge roles Thursday as their …


Warm weather gets District 8 track and field off to hot start

The athletes appreciated the warmth and the results showed it Thursday in the first day of the District 8 4A and 3A track meets. Central Valley senior Mariah Cunningham had …


Lake City sprinters aim for relay, individual titles at state

The Lake City boys track team has never had the depth of sprinters it has this year. Nor have the Timberwolves had this much raw speed in the school’s 20-year …


Local prep track notes: EV’s Allred excels in discus, javelin

Elisha Allred sees the finish line, and she’s smiling. “It’s getting down to the wire and you have to produce or your options dwindle,” she said.


Strauss pitches Ferris to win in district softball opener

Michele Strauss continued her torrid pitching on Wednesday as fourth-seeded Ferris eliminated No. 3 Mead 2-0 at Whitworth University at the District 8 4A softball tournament. Strauss pitched a one-hitter …


Lakeland’s Derek Bayley wins second state golf title

Lakeland’s Derek Bayley closed out his prep career Tuesday by earning his second individual Idaho 4A State title. Bayley fired a 2-under-par 66 at 5,500-yard Twin Falls Municipal Golf Course, …


Central Valley wins 4A regional soccer title

It’s called the Golden Goal, but to Central Valley it’s shines brighter than precious metal. Brock Benzel headed in a long throw-in by Brian Choate a minute into the second …


Softball notes: East Valley closes in on state berth

East Valley is two wins away from its first state softball berth since 2003. Fifth-year Knights coach Ray Riggin is as surprised as anyone at the news. “If you would …


Matt Beaulaurier long throw-ins spark Saxons in

You have to hand it Matt Beaulaurier. That’s just what Ferris did Tuesday night in a 3-0 win over Chiawana that puts the Saxons a win away from the State …


Shadle chooses Mace as new head football coach

Shadle Park principal Eric Sylling sought much input from parents and the community on what they wanted in a new head football coach. Sylling announced the result of what turned …


LC boys, CdA girls lead the way

Despite a 30-minute suspension because of lightning – and considering the forecast earlier in the week called for Noah-like conditions – the Idaho 5A and 4A Region I track meets …


CV girls earn GSL track three-peat

The Central Valley girls track team’s depth never allowed Mt. Spokane’s speed to get out of the blocks Thursday afternoon. The visiting Bears captured a third straight Greater Spokane League …


Mt. Spokane claims District 8 3A boys soccer crown

Even when the goals were hard to come by, Mt. Spokane made it look easy Wednesday night. Facing a packed-in Shadle Park defense, the Wildcats finally broke through late in …


NWC’s Hustad aims to bring home State 2B softball title

The State 2B softball tournament has been District 4’s playground for the past decade-plus. The last 11 championship games have featured 17 teams from the southwest portion of the state.


Mead’s Carrie Jacka has high hopes in pole vault

Boys aren’t the only successful pole vaulters at Mead these days. Carrie Jacka, a junior transfer from Deer Park, finds herself atop the 4A state heap at 11 feet, 7 …


Softball notes: Best friends Zoe Clark, Jordyn McCracken met at key moment

Zoe Clark struggled against her best friend until it counted the most. Clark, a senior center fielder, snapped a 4-all tie last Thursday with a two-out, RBI single in the …


Regional spots up for grabs

Now that they’ve received some help, the Central Valley boys soccer players are ready to help themselves to a 4A District title. The Bears, preseason favorites to win the Greater …


Prep golf notes: LC’s Sierra Kersten keeps it steady

Sierra Kersten keeps it simple on the golf course and, it seems, other aspects of her life. Kersten, a junior at Lewis and Clark who won the State 4A title …


Inland Empire tennis tourney here

The 69th Inland Empire High School Tennis Tournament will be the largest in its history, with nearly 800 athletes from 53 schools taking part. The tournament begins today at 12 …


Notebook: Ex-Panther Chandler Rogers rules in Oklahoma

When Chandler Rogers moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma last summer, he left as arguably the best wrestler in Mead history – and he still had one year left in high school. …