The St. Maries golf team swept individual categories at its home match April 30.
St. Maries’ baseball team will compete in the CIL district tournament Monday at Grangeville High.
The Timberlake Invite was good to Lakeside senior J.J. Hall.
The Fernwood Senior Meal Site’s Fundraiser Breakfast is slated to return this month.
St. Maries’ softball team has done it in 12 consecutive games.
The Elks Lodge plans to put a twist on its weekly Sunday brunches by celebrating Mother’s Day, Sunday.
The Suicide Prevention Action Network of Benewah County (SPAN) is prepared to comfort those in need, though they hope a time never comes when they have to.
The Kootenai boys track team placed three athletes in the top ten of the long jump competition at Timberlake April 30.
St. Maries sophomore Sarah Spence will travel to the Meet of Champions this week following a dominant performance at Timberlake April 30.
The 2021 Men’s League is set to begin the week of May 17 at the St. Maries Golf Course.
Kennedy LaFountaine, a 2020 graduate of Post Falls High School and former student at Kootenai High School, played her first game as a member of the North Idaho College women’s basketball team last week.
The UpRiver Saddle Club is scheduled to host its first event of the year Saturday, May 15.
Royal Coach and St. Joe Oil tied for the top spot in week four of Spring League at the St. Maries Gun Club, April 28.
St. Maries’ track team brought home a string of top-five finishes from the Priest River Invite April 24.
St. Maries’ baseball team dropped both ends of a doubleheader with Orofino April 23.
St. Maries’ softball team can cap a perfect run in CIL play Saturday against Grangeville.
Kootenai junior Brady McGann earned the Warriors’ highest finish April 24 at Priest River, coming in second in triple jump with a mark of 34-07.00, good for second place in a field of 11 athletes.
St. Maries’ golf team competed in the Coeur d’Alene Invite at Avondale Golf Course April 23 against a slew of larger schools.
St. Joe Oil took the top spot in week three of Spring League at the St. Maries Gun Club April 21, shooting a 181.
Lakeside senior J.J. Hall placed second in the 400 meter run at both of the Knights’ meets last week, coming to within a tenth of a second of his personal best April 17 at Kellogg.
The 2021 Men’s League meeting is Thursday at 6 p.m. at the St. Maries Golf Course clubhouse.
St. Maries’ state-title winning boys basketball team earned another honor last weekend.
St. Maries’ track team ran into stiff competition April 17.
Kootenai’s Abby Tiller had a career outing April 17 at Kellogg.
Two good starts last weekend in Grangeville both ended in losses for St. Maries’ baseball team.
St. Maries’ softball team is slated to finish the week having played six games in five days.
Lakeside seniors J.J. Hall and Sonny Reuben led the Lakeside track team in its season opener at Kootenai April 10.
Mahalia Loucks was the triple jump runner up April 10 at Kootenai’s home invite, recording a mark of 26-06.25 to lead the Warriors.
The St. Maries Golf Course will open to the public for the season Thursday, and Saturday hosts an ‘Opening Day’ tournament.
St. Maries’ American Legion baseball team will host two parent/player meetings this month.
Two competitive games with Orofino was what Coach Craig Tefft and the young Lumberjack baseball team hoped for April 10.
A lot can happen in one off season.
St. Maries’ track teams both finished in the top three, April 10 at Kootenai.
St. Maries’ golfers took first in four separate events at the Mullan Invite on their way to the team title April 12.
St. Maries’ baseball team evened its record at 2-2 going into a home game with Timberlake April 6.
The St. Maries gun club will kick off spring league Wednesday (today) at 4 p.m.
Three members of the St. Maries boys basketball program made the All-Idaho 2A list following last month’s state tournament.
St. Maries Men’s League is tentatively scheduled to begin the first week of May.
Jim Spooner, a 1996 St. Maries High School graduate, was hired last week as Washington State University, where he will serve as the head football athletic trainer.
St. Maries’ softball team grabbed a pair of wins in its final weekend of play before spring break.
St. Maries’ track team got an early start to the 2021 season.
Two area seniors participated in 17th annual Idaho All-Star boys basketball game March 20 at Post Falls High School.
St. Maries’ middle school wrestling team had three district champions March 20 at Priest River.
Local seniors competed in the 34th annual district one all-star game at Mullan High School March 12 and 13.
A big first inning from the visitors put St. Maries’ baseball team in a hole one inning into its season.
Shoots at the St. Maries gun club will move from Sunday to Wednesday at 3 p.m. beginning March 31.
It took two innings, but once St. Maries’ softball team started hitting the ball there wasn’t much Bonners Ferry could do.
It was all-too familiar.
Two nights against two defending state champions, and Coach Bryan Chase’s team – on its seventh consecutive attempt – has its reward.
Lakeside’s 2021 state tournament run did not end the same way as it did last year.
Area teams will open their spring seasons this weekend.