It has happened twice already, but St. Maries boys basketball coach Bryan Chase said a third win over league rival Grangeville will likely be the toughest.
St. Maries senior Eli Gibson and Lakeside senior Kenyon Spotted Horse were both named to the region team for the March 20 high school basketball all star game at Post Falls High School.
Coach Dennis Humphrey and the St. Maries wrestling team have grown used to winning district titles.
Lakeside’s girls basketball team recorded a season-high at last weekend’s state tournament.
Tony Brede took top honors Feb. 21 at the St. Maries Gun Club with his score of 24.
The Lakeside boys basketball team could not have asked for a better 15 seconds to end regulation Feb. 11 at Wallace.
A back-and-forth game the night before had the St. Maries girls lagging Feb. 10 at Grangeville.
St. Maries’ wrestlers had a slow week leading up to this Saturday’s district championships.
St. Maries’ JV boys basketball team capped its season with a one-point win at Timberlake Feb. 13.
St. Maries’ middle school wrestlers competed at the state championships this January.
St. Maries’ boys basketball team played its final game of the regular season early this week.
It’s the same result in a different classification for the Lakeside girls basketball team as it heads south for this week’s state tournament.
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February, 2011: Youth of St. Mary's Catholic Church, including Ava Stancil, Brady Boutillier, Gabrial Harold, Kamberlyn Hoyt, Brett Stancil, Karley Sibert and Jenna Boutillier, help with Mardi Gras in order to raise money to suport their program and activities.
Rick Bailey and Jim Arrhenius each shot 24s to lead the singles at the St. Maries Gun Club Feb. 7.
They’ve done it twice already.
When Lakeside and St. Maries played back in December, we knew they were both as good as any team they might face should they make it back to their respective state tournaments.
A snow day at Orofino High pushed St. Maries’ girls basketball team’s district loser-out game with the Maniacs from Monday to Tuesday night.
St. Maries’ JV girls basketball team watched a three-point halftime deficit jump to 14 going into the fourth Feb. 4 at Lakeside.
Delbert Lambson hit a wrestling milestone last weekend at Bonners Ferry.
St. Maries’ JV boys basketball team won its 13th consecutive game Jan. 30 at Grangeville.
St. Maries’ boys basketball team was in more than one unfamiliar situation last week.
It was the start they wanted.
For the first time in 21 days, the Lakeside boys basketball team plans to be at full strength this week.
The next week of basketball could be the toughest stretch St. Maries’ boys face before their hopeful return to the state tournament next month.
Last week the outcome of a Scenic Idaho League basketball game between Wallace and Genesis Prep was changed after the final buzzer sounded.
It is no surprise a team that broke multiple scoring records last season on its way to a state championship had a few players that could pile on the points.
The Lakeside girls basketball team’s offense was struggling Jan. 30 against North Idaho Christian.
St. Maries’ girls basketball team had its second game with Grangeville cancelled Jan. 30 due to quarantine precautions.
The IHSAA adjusted dates for this winter’s state tournaments last week.
This week’s shoot at the St. Maries Gun Club will begin at 9 a.m. Sunday to avoid conflict with the Superbowl.
Between St. Maries’ wrestling coach Dennis Humphrey’s top four wrestlers, the Lumberjacks held a 24-3 record at the Clearwater Valley Duals Jan. 29 and 30.
SM seventh grade boys run away with Bonners win
Just about every category in Coach Gary Krumheuer’s game book was outlandish Jan. 23 at Orofino.
Dustin Brandvold took the top spot Jan. 24 at the St. Maries Gun Club with a score of 25.
Following a Jan. 26 matchup with Wallace, the Lakeside girls basketball team will play its third SIC contest Friday at Genesis prep.
St. Maries’ JV girls basketball team avenged an early-season loss to Orofino Jan. 23. The girls took a 10-point lead into halftime and held a 16-point lead going into the fourth quarter before earning a 55-38 win.
As strange as this basketball season has been, it really has exceeded expectations on the court.
The St. Maries boys basketball team has built double-digit first quarter leads in six of its last seven games.
With roughly two thirds of its season behind it, the St. Maries wrestling team is gaining momentum.
St. Maries’ JV boys basketball team got 14 points and two assists from Connor Wolfe Jan. 23 at Orofino and ran away with a 56-32 win to stay undefeated going into a Jan. 26 game with Priest River.
Playing a third consecutive game without its leading scorer finally caught up to the Lakeside boys basketball team.
St. Maries’ JV boys team remained undefeated last week with three wins.
It didn’t mar his team’s perfect record.
The Lakeside boys set themselves up for an easy night Jan. 15 when Genesis Prep visited.
They came as close as seven points in a Jan. 14 loss at Bonners Ferry.
A shorthanded Lumberjack wrestling team found a couple bright spots at the River City duals last weekend.
Despite 10 points from Lexi Chappell and eight from Ava Stancil, St. Maries’ JV girls basketball team could not overcome its third-quarter deficit Jan. 18 at Timberlake.
Trevor Moore, Jim Arrhenius and John Widener tied for first Jan. 17 at the St. Maries Gun Club, each shooting a 25.