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After a madcap final five minutes with three lead changes, including the winning touchdown with 6.7 seconds remaining, Post Falls football coach Blaine Bennett had a wide smile and one question.
Coeur d’Alene sometimes makes it look easy, piling up lopsided wins, league titles and deep state playoff runs.
Post Falls rallied from a two-touchdown deficit in the final 6 minutes only to watch the visiting Titans march 80 yards in about 45 seconds for the game-winning touchdown in a 43-37 victory.
Several players with area ties were selected on Day 3 of the 2018 MLB Draft on Wednesday in Secaucus, New Jersey.
To be a successful high jumper, Post Falls junior Tyler Trengove has learned how to flop. The Fosbury Flop, to be specific.
Central Valley’s Lexie Hull and Post Falls’ Melody Kempton were named Gatorade girls players of the year for Washington and Idaho, respectively.
Post Falls senior Jake Pfennigs was named 2017-18 Idaho Gatorade boys basketball player of the year on Thursday.
Post Falls turned up the defensive pressure and limited Coeur d’Alene to single digits in each of the final three quarters to secure a 56-31 win and berth to state.
There is every reason to be jealous of Emily Westerberg and Aubree Johnson. It’s not the two state basketball championships and countless accolades both won, Westerberg at Central Valley and Johnson at Post Falls. It’s not their accomplishments for the Arizona State basketball team and the unprecedented heights the Sun Devils reached in their playing days. It’s not even their precious families, as both married and now each have three children. What is truly remarkable is that Emily Westerberg Love and Aubree Johnson Chestnut can live thousands of miles apart and still talk like they are next door neighbors – or twin sisters sharing a bedroom.
Despite foul trouble for star senior Melody Kempton and a resilient opponent who refused to go away quietly, the Trojans persevered and claimed the 5A State championship with a gutsy 62-53 victory.
With Borah defenders swarming the Gonzaga-bound standout, sophomore guard Tyler McCliment-Call was left alone in the corner. She took Kempton’s kick-out pass and nailed the winning 3-pointer with 15 seconds remaining as Post Falls edged Borah, 47-45, Friday night.
Melody Kempton had 20 points and 11 rebounds in just 24 minutes and Post Falls girls advanced to the Idaho 5A State semifinals.
Post Falls senior Melody Kempton, Central Valley’s Lacie and Lexie Hull and Sandpoint’s Grace Kirscher were nominated for the McDonald’s All-American girls high school basketball team on Tuesday.
Jacob Pfennigs hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter as Post Falls built a double-digit early lead and the Trojans downed Mead 66-48 in the finale of the Lake City Invite at Lake City HS on Friday.
Tyler McCliment-Call scored 14 points, Bayley Brennan added 12 and the Trojans (5-0) ran away from the visiting Bullpups (1-2) in a nonleague matchup.
Junior Anton Watson, who has committed to Gonzaga, scored 28 points – including several rim-rattling dunks – and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead visiting Gonzaga Prep (3-0) over Post Falls (1-1) 68-51 on Thursday night.
It was business as usual for Post Falls, and business has been pretty good for the Trojans this season. The third-ranked Trojans remained unbeaten with a 49-14 victory over visiting Lake City on a blustery Friday night in the 5A Inland Empire League opener for both teams.
Blaine Bennett gathered his Post Falls Trojans at midfield on the red turf of Roos Field in Cheney and summed the game up in a nutshell.
Justin Saunders scored a game-high 26 points and Capital surged ahead in the second quarter and beat Post Falls 70-52 in a 5A state play-in game Saturday in Grangeville.
POCATELLO – There’s nothing quite like a gold state trophy to take the sting out of a 550-mile road trip. At least, that’s how Post Falls wrestling coach Pete Reardon sees it.