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Wrestlers finish at Sandpoint Saturday

The St. Maries Wrestling Club will close its 2017 season at the North Idaho Wrestling League Championships in Sandpoint Saturday, Nov. 11 where competition is scheduled to start by 9 a.m.

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Wednesday 11/14/2018
SM Wrestling club has medal haul at Sandpoint
Updated: November 14, 2018 - 9:56 am

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SM Wrestling club has medal haul at Sandpoint
Posted: November 14, 2018

Brock Anderson’s first-place spot paced the St. Maries Wrestling club Nov. 10 at Sandpoint as the Lumberjacks racked up 20 top-three finishes in their final regular-season date.

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Winter schedules underway this week
Posted: November 14, 2018

Lakeside and Kootenai’s girls basketball teams open their winter seasons this week.

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Wednesday 11/07/2018
Jacks' season ends with loss to top-ranked Declo Hornets
Posted: November 07, 2018

Coach Craig Tefft and the St. Maries football team knew their execution against Declo would need to approach perfection.

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Club wrestlers have big day at Lakeland; travel to Sandpoint Saturday
Posted: November 07, 2018

The St. Maries Wrestling Club claimed eight first place finishes Nov. 3 at the Lakeland Tournament.

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Dickerson to redshirt for NIC grapplers
Posted: November 07, 2018

Chad Dickerson, a 2018 graduate of St. Maries High School, will wrestle for North Idaho College as a redshirt freshman this winter.

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Wednesday 10/31/2018
Tough Declo team awaits SM in quarters
Updated: October 31, 2018 - 8:59 am

Since losing to St. Maries in the 2016 2A state championship game, the Declo Hornets have not been beat.

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Into the Hornets' nest
Posted: October 31, 2018

St. Maries’ and Declo’s football teams will walk onto the field at Holt Arena Saturday with looks starkly different from their state title bash two years ago.

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Warriors end above .500 for first time since '13
Posted: October 31, 2018

Freshman running back Ethan Reynolds gave Kootenai’s football team hope in a season finale with undefeated Kendrick Oct. 26, which came into last Friday’s game a perfect 7-0.

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Rhea scoops and scores for Knights
Posted: October 31, 2018

Lakeside’s football season was ended Oct. 26 with a home game against the state’s fourth-ranked Deary Mustangs.
And as has been the case in most of their contests this season the Knights were pushed on their heels early by an opponents’ big first quarter.
Deary put up 30 points in the opening frame and from there Lakeside struggled to capitalize on sustained drives in a 6-54 loss.
“We had trouble getting stops on defense, and we weren’t able to put enough plays together on offense to get scores,” Coach Chris Dohrman said. “We were able to move the ball, but we kept hurting ourselves with mistakes that cost us.”
Gavin Rhea recovered a fumble in the fourth quarter and ran the ball 50 yards for Lakeside’s lone touchdown of the evening.
Tucker Sanchez completed two passes for 24 yards through the air and J.J. Hall went 1-1 passing for 13 yards.
Vincent Howard led Lakeside’s rushers with 87 yards on 17 carries and Devin Arroyo had 35 yards on eight carries to go with 24 yards receiving on two catches. Tucker caught one pass for 13 yards.
“I’m very proud of our team and the improvements we have made through the season,” Coach Dohrman said. “We will miss our seniors (Trey Wienclaw, Robert Cameron, Travis Arnold), but the rest of our team will be back and looking to improve off this season.”
The Knights finish with a 2-6, 2-5 WSL record.

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High finishes for young grapplers at SM; Lakeland date Saturday
Updated: October 31, 2018 - 9:00 am

Everett Lewis and Hunter McPeak led the St. Maries wrestling club Oct. 27 at the St. Maries Invite, both claiming first place in the bantam division with 3-0 finishes as the Lumberjacks took nine top spots and 38 podium finishes.

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Wednesday 10/24/2018
WIC Champs host SM Friday
Updated: October 24, 2018 - 9:29 am

New Plymouth, winners of District Three’s Western Idaho Conference, host St. Maries in a first-round 2A playoff matchup Friday.

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First-round Pilgrimage
Posted: October 24, 2018

On paper, St. Maries and New Plymouth look as similar as any pair of 2A football teams.

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JV Jacks end season with league win over Orofino
Posted: October 24, 2018

St. Maries’ JV football team capped a third consecutive winning season with a 16-6 win over Orofino Oct. 19.

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SM wrestling club to host 400 wrestlers Saturday
Posted: October 24, 2018

Upwards of 400 youth wrestlers are set to attend this weekend’s NIWL event in St. Maries as the club hosts its first tournament in nearly three years.

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Jacks miss state trip with two-set loss to Maniacs
Posted: October 24, 2018

Identical to last year, St. Maries’ volleyball team put itself on tough road at districts.

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Seventh grade Lumberjack netters earn 18th win
Posted: October 24, 2018

The seventh grade St. Maries volleyball team capped its season at 18-1-1 with a championship at the Timberlake Tournament Oct. 20.

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Usdrowski runs over Lewis County
Posted: October 24, 2018

Kootenai’s high-flying offense had averaged 37 points per game in its four wins leading up to last week’s game at Lewis County.

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Warriors fall short in district play-in match
Posted: October 24, 2018

The Kootenai volleyball team fell in four sets to Mullan Oct. 16 in a district play-in match.

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JV netters end with win; finish season at 7-5
Posted: October 24, 2018

St. Maries’ JV volleyball team finished its season with a win Oct. 13 at Grangeville.

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Wednesday 10/17/2018
Digging up a fourth
Posted: October 17, 2018

The Lumberjack volleyball team did what was necessary to take the top seed into this week’s district tournament. 

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Warriors drop finale to Clark Fork
Posted: October 17, 2018

Kootenai closed its regular season Oct. 11 with a straight-set loss to Clark Fork.

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Jacks host Maniacs in crucial CIL matchup
Posted: October 17, 2018

The Lumberjacks welcome league opponent Orofino Friday in both teams’ regular season finale.

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NSL feels effects of reversed ruling
Posted: October 17, 2018

The North Star League’s most dominant member has tried to leave.

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Knights take three seed into NSL tourney
Posted: October 17, 2018

Lakeside’s volleyball team split matches in its final week of regular-season action.

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Jack girls lose heartbreaker in double-overtime to Tigers
Posted: October 17, 2018

Four years of losses to Timberlake led up to one chance for St. Maries’ girls soccer team Oct. 11.

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State tournament trip decided in shoot-out
Posted: October 17, 2018

On paper it didn’t appear St. Maries’ boys soccer team and Timberlake, each team having beat the other once this season, could be any more evenly matched.

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Knights get over the hump on HC
Posted: October 17, 2018

Each of its last three football games, Lakeside has conceded the first touchdown.

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Warrior gridders at Lewis County Friday
Posted: October 17, 2018

Kootenai’s White Star League schedule has been unkind to the Warriors, to say the least.

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JV netters lose at Troy, conclude at GHS
Posted: October 17, 2018

St. Maries’ JV volleyball team fell to 6-4 last week with a loss at Troy.

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Wednesday 10/10/2018
7th grade netters run streak to seven matches
Posted: October 10, 2018

St. Maries’ seventh grade volleyball team improved to 9-1-1 with a seventh consecutive victory last week.

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Five touchdowns not enough
Posted: October 10, 2018

Kootenai’s football team didn’t even attempt to outrun the Deary Mustangs Oct. 5.

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Monday's haul: Suchoski nets four in Kellogg win
Posted: October 10, 2018

St. Maries’ girls soccer team has lost four times this season.

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Boys face Timberlake Thursday in semis
Posted: October 10, 2018

The tie-breaker between St. Maries’ boys soccer team and Timberlake is Thursday.

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Lumberjack volleyball at Grangeville Saturday
Posted: October 10, 2018

After splitting sets one and two with Timberlake the St. Maries volleyball team fell in four games to the Tigers Oct. 6.

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Knights sweep Mullan; host Wallace Thursday
Posted: October 10, 2018

Lakeside’s volleyball team improved to 5-4 last week with a straight-set win over Mullan.

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Hammond leads JV netters in Timberlake defeat
Posted: October 10, 2018

Despite five aces and three digs from Mackenzie Hammond, St. Maries’ JV volleyball team fell to 6-3 Oct. 6 with a three-set loss to Timberlake.

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JV football team welcomes bye after Grangeville loss
Posted: October 10, 2018

St. Maries’ JV football team fell to 3-3 with a 2-22 loss at Grangeville Oct. 5.

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Jacks land punches, but not enough at Grangeville
Posted: October 10, 2018

Coach Craig Tefft and the St. Maries football team couldn’t have wished for a better start.

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Brewster runs personal best at Lewiston Orchards
Posted: October 10, 2018

Kootenai cross country runner, Jacob Brewster, earned a personal record at Lewiston Orchards’ Inland Empire Challenge Oct. 6.

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Wednesday 10/03/2018
Kick like a girl: Osier puts 5 PAT's through
Updated: October 03, 2018 - 9:19 am

With her five extra points Sept. 28, kicker Aubree Osier became the first female to score for St. Maries’ football team.

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Two of 2A's best set to rumble Friday
Updated: October 03, 2018 - 9:19 am

Recent Meetings:

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Jacked for a 'Dog fight
Updated: October 03, 2018 - 9:19 am

One team enters on a three-game win streak.
The other has not lost a game since last season’s playoffs.
St. Maries football’s toughest matchup to date kicks off Friday.
Third-ranked Grangeville (6-0) awaits the 5-1 Lumberjacks in a battle of two of the state’s top 2A football teams.
The two teams have split in their last two meetings, the Bulldogs escaping St. Maries last year with a one-point overtime win that saw the Jacks miss a potential game-winning field goal with less than five seconds in regulation.
A pass interference call in overtime nullified the game-winning stop St. Maries’ needed and on its fifth attempt Grangeville punched in the winning touchdown and two-point conversion.
The Jacks come into Friday’s game having completed their fifth consecutive sweep of 3A Intermountain League opponents with a 53-0 win over Bonners Ferry to improve to 5-1.
Grangeville has gone undefeated in six games, opening its season with a 36-12 win over Moscow. Since then the Bulldogs have defeated opponents by an average margin of 31 points per game. 
“It’s St. Maries-Grangeville. Who knows what’s going to happen,” Coach Craig Tefft said. “I think we’re very evenly matched. We’re excited and I know the kids are really excited to get over there.”
The Lumberjacks steadily tacked points on the board Sept. 28 against Bonners Ferry, and just as steadily added five extra points on the leg of Aubree Osier, who came over from St. Maries girls soccer team to handle kicking duties.
A 20-point third quarter highlighted the Lumberjacks’ 53-0 win.
Kaden Hammond and Ethan Hill connected on a 32-yard passing touchdown to open the second half. After the Jacks’ ensuing stop Coy Sands returned a Badger punt 70 yards and Aubree added the extra point to put St. Maries ahead 39-0.
A four-yard run by Tyson Gauthier put the Lumberjacks in the end zone for a third time in the third frame.
“I thought we did a good job of executing what we wanted to do,” Coach Tefft said. “We hope we’re playing our best ball right now going into Grangeville.”
Kickoff Friday is set for 7 p.m. at Grangeville High School.

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Knights struggle at Mullan, return to field Oct. 12
Updated: October 03, 2018 - 9:20 am

For the second consecutive week Lakeside’s first touchdown came on a first-quarter kick return.

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Jr. High Roundup
Posted: October 03, 2018

8th grade volleyball wins five in opening week

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Girls soccer team aims for state berth
Posted: October 03, 2018

St. Maries’ girls soccer team opens the district tournament next week.

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Warriors' six-man game cut short after two series
Posted: October 03, 2018

Kootenai’s six-man football game with Timberline Sept. 28 lasted two series. 

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Jacks, Tigers battle today for first-round bye
Posted: October 03, 2018

Today’s boys soccer game between St. Maries and Timberlake may have saved the Intermountain League’s best for last.

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IHSAA rules in favor of NSL member Genesis Prep
Posted: October 03, 2018

In an 8-4 vote, the IHSAA reversed its ruling on F-1 international students at its Sept. 29 meeting.

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JV gridders throttle Bonners; at GHS Friday
Posted: October 03, 2018

St. Maries’ JV football team put up 32 points in the first quarter of a 52-6 win over Bonners Ferry Sept. 28.

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