St. Maries’ football team returns to the field Friday after missing three games due to the district’s school closure.
Two early hiccups put St. Maries’ boys soccer team in a tough position Oct. 15.
Kootenai’s volleyball team faced Mullan Tuesday in a district loser-out match.
St. Maries’ JV volleyball team finished its season having won three of its last four matches, including a victory over Orofino Oct. 18.
The Lakeside volleyball team took on Genesis Prep Oct. 19 in a loser-out district contest.
Kootenai Head Coach Jake Pfeiffer looks to have his roster intact going into Friday’s game at Mullan after a shorthanded effort at Clark Fork last week.
Lakeside’s football team will return from its bye week Friday with a chance to clinch a playoff berth.
Stuff doesn’t get done without someone stepping up and doing it.
St. Maries’ volleyball team lost its sixth match in nine tries Monday evening as it forfeited the opportunity to host this week’s district tournament.
Women in Benewah County will have another opportunity to take care of their health this week.
Considering they had not played in a month, Kootenai’s football team gave Lakeside a contest Oct. 8.
Nearly a month without a match played left St. Maries’ volleyball team with a tough task Oct. 11.
Take away kickoff returns and the Lakeside football team would have held Kootenai to three touchdowns Oct. 8.
Kootenai’s volleyball team came as close as it has to winning a match last week against Mullan, falling in the final frame of a five-set marathon Oct. 5.
St. Maries’ girls soccer team fell in the first round of its district tournament Oct. 11.
St. Maries’ JV volleyball team improved to 5-1 Monday with a dominant victory over Troy.
Lakeside’s volleyball team wrapped up its league schedule Tuesday, and till begin SIC tournament play next week.
Kootenai’s cross country runners competed in Lewiston last week and shaved minutes off their respective times.
Don’t worry. I’m missing them, too.
Greyson Sands and Silas McGuire were ready to be done.
St. Maries Football
Area high school sports will look different next season following the IHSAA’s recent meeting Sept. 28.
Soon the basketball courts at the St. Maries Church of the Nazarene will be full of aspiring ball players and cheerleaders.
Two Kootenai cross country runners made their debut last week at Potlatch.
Kootenai’s volleyball team will play one match this week before playing the second half of its league schedule in early October.
In a game of 15 touchdowns, the final result came down to four points.
The Kootenai football team will return to action Friday following back-to-back bye weeks.
The Kootenai High volleyball team got four digs and two kills from Tayva Maitland at Lakeside Sept. 16.
Two touchdowns conceded in the first, second and fourth quarters sunk St. Maries’ football team to 0-4 last week with a 0-50 loss to Lakeland.
After a strong first set, St. Maries’ JV volleyball team dropped the second and third frames to Kellogg Sept. 16.
Carrie Nordin and Rose Henderson took low gross for A and B flight in the final week of ladies golf at the St. Maries golf course Sept. 7.
Coach Chris Dohrman and the Lakeside football team will play its first of two Scenic Idaho Conference games Friday at Wallace.
St. Maries’ JV football team dropped an away matchup at Lakeland Sept. 18.
A pair of IML losses last week put St. Maries’ boys soccer team at 3-6 overall.
A big night from Shelby Martin propelled St. Maries’ volleyball team to its first league win Sept. 15.
Coach Rachele Fischer and the St. Maries volleyball team will have a chance to even their league record Wednesday (tonight) following a four-set loss to Orofino Sept. 11.
Three touchdowns in the second quarter was enough to sink the Lumberjacks to 0-3 on the season Sept. 11.
St. Maries’ goalkeeper Greyson Sands has now seen five of his six league opponents.
The Mullan/St. Regis co-op football team has dominated North Idaho’s 1A football teams in recent seasons.
Kootenai’s volleyball team won its first set at Kellogg Sept. 7.
St. Maries’ JV volleyball team won its first meeting with a league opponent Sept. 11.
St. Maries' JV football team fell to 1-2 last week with a 0-49 loss at Freeman, Wash.
Bryan Chase won his 17th Men’s League championship last weekend at the St. Maries Golf Course, with scores of 69 (day one) and 74 (day two).
The Kootenai volleyball team opened its season with a home match against Kellogg’s C team Sept. 1.
St. Maries’ boys soccer team improved to 2-2 in IML play Sept. 3 with a 4-1 win over Orofino.
Down by as many as five touchdowns, St. Maries’ football team put together a pair of late scoring drives Sept. 3 against Lakeside, Wash.
The St. Maries volleyball team faded in the third game of a straight-set loss to Kellogg Aug. 31.
St. Maries’ JV volleyball team won each of its three sets with Kellogg in a season opener Aug. 31.
The Kootenai High School football team fell to third-ranked Kendrick by a score of 0-72 Sept. 3.
The Lakeside volleyball team opened its season at Clark Fork Sept. 2.
Lakeside’s football team took a four-point lead into the halftime break Sept. 3 at Deary.