St. Maries’ JV girls basketball team got a big performance from Tayla Janssen and a late bucket from Kammi Rimel Nov. 17 to claim its first win of the season.
Had they shot the ball like they did against Lapwai three days prior, the Lumberjack girls would have been positioned to get a win in their home opener with Lakeside Nov. 17.
In its first season as members of the 1AD1 classification, Lakeside has not turned away from further challenging itself.
It would be dramatic to say the odds were stacked against the St. Maries girls basketball team in its opener Nov. 14.
Kassidi Scott and Lexi Chappell scored nine points apiece for the St. Maries JV girls basketball team Nov. 14.
St. Maries’ girls basketball team will travel to Lapwai Saturday start its season.
St. Maries’ JV football team got a win in its final game following a month-long wait.
It came down to special teams for St. Maries in a do-or-die matchup with Grangeville last week.
Lakeside’s football team met the state’s second-ranked Oakley Hornets in Parma last weekend in its first playoff appearance in nearly two decades.
The Kootenai football team put up a season-high 20 points Oct. 30 against Lewis County.
Six points spread across three sets separated St. Maries from a state trophy bid Oct. 30.
After a dismal start to their district championship match with Wallace, the Lakeside volleyball team came back and played tight with the Miners the rest of the way, even rallying from an eight-point deficit in the fourth set.
Kootenai’s volleyball season ended in districts last week as the Warriors fell to Clark Fork 5-25, 10-25, 10-25.
Not much about the 2020 fall season has been certain for St. Maries’ football team.
The volleyball season for St. Maries has been anything but favorable.
Nearly two decades have passed since the Lakeside football team qualified for a state tournament.
St. Maries’ volleyball team did not get the start it wanted Oct. 19.
The Lakeside volleyball team looked for a season sweep of Genesis Prep Oct. 20 in the SIC’s first tournament semifinal.
St. Maries’ JV volleyball team closed its season with a win Oct. 19.
Organizers at the St. Maries Church of the Nazarene want to put the fun in the fundamentals of basketball.
Kootenai’s volleyball team played a single match last week, hosting Lakeside Oct. 13. The Warriors lost, 14-25, 20-25, 9-25. Kootenai (0-9, 0-4 NSL) faced Clark Fork Oct. 20 in the first semifinal of the NSL tournament.
A net-front scramble with five minutes to play ended St. Maries’ boys soccer season. The Lumberjacks, who ended with four games played, finished with a 2-2 record after their first-round loss to Timberlake.
The Kootenai volleyball team won its first set Oct. 8 against Genesis Prep.
Leading 6-0 at the half last Friday against Wallace, Kootenai’s football team was not the one looking like it was two quarters into its first game.
A three-goal performance from the St. Maries girls soccer team was cut short Oct. 6.
The Lakeside volleyball team is gearing up for a chance at a league title.
The Lakeside football game against Lapwai, originally scheduled for Friday at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow, has been moved to Lakeside.
The St. Maries JV volleyball team fell at Bonners Ferry in three sets Oct. 10.
St. Maries’ volleyball team overcame a slow start to earn its third win Oct. 10 at Bonners Ferry.
St. Maries’ JV volleyball team added to its perfect record Sept. 29, defeating Wallace in three sets.
Going into an Oct. 6 tri-match with Post Falls and Moscow, the St. Maries volleyball team had evened its record at two wins and two losses.
The defending state-champion Coeur d’Alene Charter girls soccer team put 31 shots on St. Maries’ net Sept. 30.
The Kootenai volleyball team had a busy week planned following a date with Clark Fork Oct. 6.
Facing the team that handed them their only loss of season one month ago, the Lakeside football team came out with a vengeance Oct. 2 at Mullan.
In late August, the Lakeside football team hosted Mullan/St. Regis in its season opener and got outscored 32-0 in the second quarter of a 34-point loss.
Conceding three first-quarter touchdowns proved too much, too early for St. Maries’ football team in a home opener Sept. 25.
A narrow loss evened the St. Maries JV football team’s record at 1-1 heading into a matchup with Bonners Ferry next week.
Connor Wolfe scored the game winner for St. Maries’ boys soccer team just 10 minutes in Sept. 26 at Orofino.
The Intermountain League-leading Coeur d’Alene Charter girls soccer team is set for a visit Wednesday (today) in what will be St. Maries’ third league contest of the season.
St. Maries’ JV volleyball team improved to 3-0 last week with a pair of victories.
The Lakeside volleyball team is schedule to see both of its league opponents in the coming seven days, the first against Genesis Prep Thursday at Ron Miller Court.
The St. Maries volleyball team isn’t making up for the 2020 season’s late start on purpose.
The Kootenai volleyball team dropped both its matches last week.
The St. Maries girls soccer team opened its season last weekend with a road game at Timberlake.
Sharri McNulty won the women's club championship last week at the St. Maries Golf Course.
The Lakeside volleyball team was welcomed back from its two-week hiatus in winning fashion.
Friday, Lakeside and Wallace will play the first Scenic Idaho League football game in history.
Kootenai’s volleyball team took some momentum out of its straight-set loss to Lakeside Sept. 17.
Coming into a shortened fall season, Coach Craig Tefft said he was optimistic about where his team would be as it came into 2020 three weeks after the rest of the northern Idaho football clubs.
The St. Maries volleyball team has two more road contests before returning for its home opener next week.
The St. Maries JV volleyball team outlasted Kellogg Sept. 15 in a season opener to take a 1-0 record into a pair of matches this week.