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After an up-tempo and high-scoring first half, it looked like it would one of those games that whichever team had the ball last, would win.
Despite dealing with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic all season, Idaho high school football has reached the semifinal round of the state tournament. Three North Idaho schools are still fighting to reach an elusive state title game.
A midday snow that made the field sloppy wasn't going to be enough to slow down Mullan/St. Regis on Saturday.
Jack Prka has been talking about getting back to the state championship game all season long. His Coeur d'Alene Vikings are one step closer.
All season long, Coeur d'Alene has been pointing to the state playoffs – and specifically, the championship game – as the chance to prove their merit. Friday night, the Vikings will finally start that playoff march as they host Timberline of Boise at 7 p.m.
Momentum is a funny thing in high school sports, especially come playoff time. At the start of the fourth quarter Friday night, it seemed like Post Falls had it.
Post Falls coach Blaine Bennett hopes to see his Trojans get over the hump this season. A regular in the state playoffs the past few seasons, he'll lead his squad into a first-round game against perennial power Mountain View at home on Friday at 7 p.m.
Zach Johnson scored three touchdowns and visiting Lake City came back from a halftime deficit to beat Lewiston 36-12 in an Inland Empire League 5A game on Saturday.
You would think playing a district title football game in a snowstorm would lead to a lot of handoffs, ball control and defense.
It’s the last week of the regular season, meaning district titles and playoff spots are on the line in all classifications.
Coeur d'Alene has its sights set high this season. As in, returning to the state title game – and winning – after falling to Rigby in the final last season.
It seems like the season just started, but here we are in mid-October with playoffs spots on the line. Several North Idaho teams can punch their tickets for the state football playoffs on Friday, while others are trying to salvage their season for another week.
Jack Prka went 25 of 34 for 405 yards with five touchdown passes, including an 84-yard catch-and-run by Isaiah Griffin, and visiting Coeur d'Alene (5-0, 1-0) beat Lewiston (3-4, 0-1) in an Inland Empire League game on Friday.
With most leagues in North Idaho comprised of only three or four teams, playoff seeds are at a premium. Every league game becomes magnified and even the first league contest can mean the difference between the playoffs or not.
If this was one last dress rehearsal, Coeur d’Alene might end up taking a curtain call this season.
BOISE – Idaho’s female wrestlers will soon have an opportunity to compete for their own state championship.
As the calendar flips to October, the football schedule inches closer to games that really matter, as most schools in North Idaho are wrapping up nonleague play this week, including the No. 1-ranked team in 5A.
Jack Prka might have been named newcomer of the year in the Inland Empire League last season, but the senior quarterback looked very much at home Friday night as he led Idaho 5A No. 1-ranked Coeur d’Alene in its season opener over visiting 4A Sandpoint 55-0 in a nonleague game.
Most Idaho schools began their season last week, but the state’s top-ranked 5A school kicks off Friday – and the 4A ranks added another competitor.
The scene at Lake City High School Friday evening for the first football game of the season looked – surprisingly – much like business as usual.