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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 09/19/2018
Warriors, Knights set to clash on HC
Posted: September 19, 2018

For the Kootenai football team to claim its first NSL victory Friday it will have to do something else for the first time.

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Five sets later: OHS rematch
Posted: September 19, 2018

The Lumberjacks won’t have to wait long to avenge their CIL-opening loss from Sept. 6.

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Six-man Knights defeat Timberline; at KHS Friday
Posted: September 19, 2018

For the second consecutive season the Lakeside football team’s dip into in six-man football was successful.

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Warriors rally to earn league win
Posted: September 19, 2018

The Kootenai volleyball team was one set from a fourth consecutive loss Sept. 13 against Mullan.

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Another 3A test on homecoming for 3-1 Lumberjack football team
Posted: September 19, 2018

The Lumberjack football team has run the table against 3A Intermountain League schools in recent years.

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IHSAA to revisit "Genesis Prep rule"
Posted: September 19, 2018

North Star League teams can’t exhale.

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LHS netters fall in five to Genesis Prep
Posted: September 19, 2018

Lakeside’s volleyball league opener with Genesis Prep Sept. 11 had the energy of a meaningful tilt.

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JV gridders rout Priest River; at Timberlake Thursday
Posted: September 19, 2018

St. Maries’ JV football team put up 32 points in the first quarter against Priest River Sept. 13.

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Brewster sets personal best for Warrior Cross-country
Posted: September 19, 2018

Kootenai cross country runner, Jacob Brewster, bested his own personal record for the second consecutive week at Hayden Canyon Sept. 15.

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Boys soccer nets trio in GHS win
Posted: September 19, 2018

The St. Maries soccer team got goals from Preston Blood, Toby Young and Trysten Lockridge Sept. 15 against Grangeville and solidified its second-place spot in IML standings.

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Thursday 09/13/2018
Masterson nets five as Lumberjacks move into second place
Posted: September 13, 2018

St. Maries’ boys soccer team may be through the brunt of its league schedule.

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Jacks axed at Orofino
Posted: September 13, 2018

For just the fourth time since 2015 St. Maries’ volleyball team lost a league match last week.

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Knights' playoff hopes dashed
Posted: September 13, 2018

For the second consecutive game Lakeside’s football team gave up the majority of its points in the first half.

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Jacks tie Priest River 3-3
Posted: September 13, 2018

St. Maries’ girls soccer team drew with Priest River Sept. 5.

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SM Football looks to rebound off Deer Park loss
Posted: September 13, 2018

St. Maries football will be looking for a bounce back game Friday at Priest River. 

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JV netters drop tight match at OHS
Posted: September 13, 2018

St. Maries’ JV volleyball team fell to Orofino Sept. 6 in two sets.

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North Star Thursday
Posted: September 13, 2018

League play begins Thursday for the Kootenai volleyball team.

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LHS netters rally, beat NIC in 5
Posted: September 13, 2018

The Lakeside volleyball team had more than one opportunity to bow out of its match with North Idaho Christian Sept. 4.

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Danielson claims ladies golf championship
Posted: September 13, 2018

Sally Danielson claimed the ladies golf championship last week at the St. Maries Golf Course.

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Back in the win column: JV Jacks edge Deer Park
Posted: September 13, 2018

The St. Maries JV football team ground out a win last week to even its record at 1-1 going into a matchup with Priest River Thursday.

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Brewster marks personal best at Farragut
Posted: September 13, 2018

Jacob Brewster, cross country runner for Kootenai High, earned a personal best at Timberlake’s Farragut Invitational Sept. 8.

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McNulty is Men's club champ
Posted: September 13, 2018

John McNulty sunk a three-foot putt to claim the Men’s Club Championship by one stroke at the St. Maries Golf Course last week.

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Ledbetter claims Ebert Memorial run title
Posted: September 13, 2018

Dillon Ledbetter was the overall winner of the Karen Ebert Memorial Run during Paul Bunyan Days last weekend. He beat all other competitors with a time of 19:52.

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Wednesday 09/05/2018
Lakeside volleyball opens league play Sept. 11
Posted: September 05, 2018

Despite its slew of ineligible players the Lakeside volleyball team hung with the 3A Coeur d’Alene Charter Panthers in a season opener Aug. 28.

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Harvest Hoops 3-on-3 entry deadline Monday
Posted: September 05, 2018

The entry deadline for the 26th annual Harvest Hoops 3-on-3 basketball tournament is Sept. 10.

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Early blunders bite Knights at Kendrick
Posted: September 05, 2018

Through three of four quarters against Kendrick, Lakeside’s football team played to within a touchdown.

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SM shut out in pair of losses
Posted: September 05, 2018

They say goals in the first and last minutes of games are the most dangerous.

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Girls soccer team nets six in win
Posted: September 05, 2018

St. Maries’ girls soccer team broke even last week.

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League opener at OHS Thursday
Posted: September 05, 2018

St. Maries’ volleyball team played two exhibition sets with Orofino Aug. 25, both teams winning one.
The next time they face one another it will count.
Heading into their CIL opener at Orofino Thursday, the Lumberjacks earned a pair of wins over 3A Intermountain League opponents.
Madison Cordell recorded a team-high 11 kills and sophomore Jayden Martin had 10 digs as the Jacks defeated Kellogg 25-19, 25-11, 25-16 Aug. 30.
“We had a slow start in game one,” Coach Rachele Asbury said “but we were able to regroup and get the momentum back on our side to beat them in three.”
Kaci Haeg added 10 digs and two blocks for St. Maries and Dakotah Wilks dished out 33 assists.
The girls opened at home Aug. 28 with Bonners Ferry and came out fast in a 25-13, 25-14, 25-17 win that was over in little more than 60 minutes.
“It was a good season opener,” Coach Asbury said. “The girls played consistent and coverage was much better tonight.”
Elizabeth Ragan recorded 13 digs, Kaci had nine kills and three blocks and Kirsten Miller added three digs in the win. Dakotah had 27 assists.
St. Maries (5-4) travels to Orofino Thursday for a CIL contest beginning at 7 p.m., and competes in the Lakeland Invite Saturday. Tournament action begins at 8 a.m. at Lakeland High. The girls play at Priest River Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 7 p.m.

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Fumbled away
Posted: September 05, 2018

The Kootenai football team put together back-to-back big plays in the first half of its league opener with Clark Fork Aug. 31. 

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'Jacks, Stags set to rumble
Posted: September 05, 2018

You could call it a tie-breaker.

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Warriors rebound, defeat Kellogg 'C' team in straight sets
Posted: September 05, 2018

The Kootenai volleyball team evened its record Aug. 29 with a win over Kellogg’s C team.

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JV Lumberjacks drop first game since 2015
Posted: September 05, 2018

Five turnovers plagued St. Maries’ JV football team Aug. 31 at Medical Lake.

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Wednesday 08/29/2018
Youth football seeks leaders
Posted: August 29, 2018

Anyone interested in serving on a board of directors for St. Maries Youth Football Club can attend a meeting Sept. 11 at 6 p.m. at the football field. Organizers are hoping to build a board of directors to form an official club.

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Kootenai volleyball eyes rematch with Charter
Posted: August 29, 2018

The Kootenai volleyball team opened its season Aug. 27 at Coeur d’Alene Charter.

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Borgmann is tops at Golf Course
Posted: August 29, 2018

Nancy Borgmann took A flight’s long drive, tied for low gross and was KP on #4 Aug. 21 at the St. Maries Golf Course.

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Girls face league leaders today at NIC
Posted: August 29, 2018

The St. Maries girls soccer team will face the “big team” on the “big stage” this week in Coeur d’Alene.
Coeur d’Alene Charter has not lost a league game in two years, and hosts the Lumberjacks Wednesday (today) on the North Idaho College soccer field.
“We’re excited,” Coach Kenny Osier said. “We’ve gotta’ play them hard and everybody’s going to need to have their best game. They’re not unbeatable. They’re just really good.”
Kickoff is set for 4 p.m. at the NIC soccer field. 
The Lumberjacks split contests last week, opening at home against Timberlake.
Sara Hook had a shot blocked in the second half that bounced back and gave her a second opportunity that she fired home from inside the box to bring St. Maries within a goal with 28 minutes to play.
Timberlake was able to respond eight minutes later and ice the game with a 62nd minute marker that ended scoring at 1-3 in the Tigers’ favor.
In eight games with Timberlake over the past three seasons, St. Maries has dropped each by an average of four and-a-half goals per game. The recent defeat tied for the closest the Jacks have come to beating the Tigers.
“They’ve always been tough, but we saw that they’re beatable,” Coach Osier said. “Their first goal was a really nice, well-placed shot, but the other two were off silly mistakes.”
St. Maries was outshot 12-13 in the loss as Jenna Holder made 10 saves.
The girls played at Grangeville Aug. 25 and jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the 25th minute as Bethan Suchoski fired home her second goal of the season on pass from Kassidy Ross. The Bulldogs drew even just before halftime to send the two teams into the break at one goal apiece.
Alena Davenport struck from just outside the box in the 64th minute to score the game winner for St. Maries and Bethan added a goal in the 69th to cap scoring at 3-1.
“The girls played well,” Coach Osier said. “We definitely went into it not knowing what to expect from Grangeville, but we played well and spread the field.”
The girls travel to Bonners Ferry Friday for a second meeting with the Badgers. The Lumberjacks won the first matchup 2-0 in St. Maries Aug. 18. Kickoff is set for noon at Bonners Ferry High School.

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Knights lose game and running back in opener
Posted: August 29, 2018

Changes had to be made faster than Lakeside football coach Chris Dohrman would have liked.

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SM VB hosts Kellogg Thursday
Posted: August 29, 2018

More than half of St. Maries’ volleyball players saw their first varsity points Aug. 25 at Lewiston.

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Kellogg chopped at the heels
Posted: August 29, 2018

An early fumble gave St. Maries’ football’s defense an early opportunity.

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15-year wait: Warrior football defeats Troy in opener
Updated: August 29, 2018 - 11:47 am

The Kootenai football team earned a bit of revenge ahead of its league opener Friday.

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Offense in full stride for SM soccer
Posted: August 29, 2018

Eight goals and two wins after getting shut out in their home opener, Lumberjack soccer is back in familiar territory.
The Intermountain League’s top teams, Bonners Ferry and St. Maries, will play once more Friday in a rematch of a season-opening 0-1 result in favor of the Badgers.
Past that game, Chris Renaldo’s team won’t see their heaviest league competition until districts.
“It’ll be an interesting one,” Coach Renaldo said. “We have everybody eligible now, and I think the adjustments we’ve made in our formation will make a difference in that game.”
St. Maries is 2-1 in IML play, good for second in league standings, going into Friday’s match with the first-place Badgers (4-0, 3-0 IML).
The Lumberjacks host Lake City JV Wednesday in a week-opening game. 
“Lake City is always really good competition for us,” Coach Renaldo said. “It will be a nice chance in a nonleague game to try some things while playing some really tough competition.”
Senior forward Matt Masterson scored his first, second and third goals of the season Aug. 25 at Grangeville as his team jumped out to a quick 3-0 halftime lead.
His first and third markers were unassisted, while the second was on a pass inside the box from Preston Blood.
“That was just a beautiful pass with some small ball inside the box,” Coach Renaldo commented. “Preston laid it on a platter for him.”
Jackson Pritchard scored in the 38th minute and Kolby Moore found the back of the net in the 71st to extend St. Maries’ lead to 5-1 before the Bulldogs added a penalty kick near the close of the Jacks’ 5-2 victory.
“I think we got out to a pretty good start,” Coach Renaldo said. “We controlled the midfield and possessed the ball well.”
St. Maries outshot Grangeville 14-7 in the win and Ben Bailey had four saves.
Jackson buried a penalty shot Aug. 21 at home against Timberlake, his first of the season, to help the Jacks to a 1-0 lead in their second game of the season.
An own goal in the 29th minute extended St. Maries’ lead to 2-0 and a second marker from Jackson gave the Lumberjacks the buffer they needed to take a 3-2 league win.
The Tigers’ pair of goals came in the 69th and 79th minutes.
“They got that first goal and then a quick second, and all of a sudden there’s a huge momentum shift,” Coach Renaldo said. “I think we got a little bit tired, it’s still early in the season, but from our view we weren’t in too dangerous of a spot.”
St. Maries put six shots on frame in the first half, but were outshot 7-8 by the Tigers. Ben had four saves in the win.
Kickoff Wednesday against Lake City JV is set for 4 p.m. and Friday’s contest at Bonners Ferry begins at 2 p.m.

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Wednesday 08/22/2018
Harold, Nordin tie for B flight low net
Posted: August 22, 2018

Becky Harold tied for B flight’s low net, had long putt on the day and was KP on #13 Aug. 14 at the St. Maries Golf Course

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Knights, Warriors open play this week
Posted: August 22, 2018

The Lakeside Football team opens its 2018 season Friday with a nonleague game against Wallace.

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Firing out of the gate
Posted: August 22, 2018

Within the first five minutes of St. Maries’ girls soccer season opener, the Jacks had rung a shot off the crossbar.

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SM volleyball at Lewiston Saturday
Posted: August 22, 2018

The St. Maries High School volleyball team opens its season Saturday at the Lewiston Invite.

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Jacks drop opener; face GHS Saturday
Posted: August 22, 2018

Early-season mistakes are common on the soccer field, especially in August.

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New opponent for JV Lumberjack gridders
Posted: August 22, 2018

The St. Maries JV football team opens its fall schedule Thursday against the Lakeland C-team.

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St. Maries football opens with Kellogg Friday
Posted: August 22, 2018

St. Maries and Kellogg’s standing week-one date is Friday at St. Maries High School.

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Wednesday 08/15/2018
Legion raffle cancelled; tickets misplaced
Posted: August 15, 2018

A local fundraising effort has been halted due to a mishap.

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 Jay Sines holds the certificate noting him as a recipients of the Carnegie Medal by Carnegie Hero Fund Commission. He received the medal and $2,500 award for rescuing Leonard, Angela and Ryan Thaut from a fire in  their trailer home.

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