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Coeur d’Alene secured another Inland Empire League 5A football title, thanks to a flood of big plays by senior receiver/defensive back Colbey Nosworthy and his Vikings teammates.
Coeur d’Alene High football coach Shawn Amos has been through this too many times to count. Amos has mastered the reloading-not-rebuilding process after losing an outstanding quarterback and numerous all-Inland Empire League and all-state players.
There are only three teams in the 4A Inland Empire League, but that doesn’t make projecting the eventual champion any easier.
Coeur d’Alene sometimes makes it look easy, piling up lopsided wins, league titles and deep state playoff runs.
Coeur d’Alene is 5-0 and its strength of schedule is off the charts. The third-ranked Vikings’ latest conquest was perhaps their sweetest, a decisive 42-20 victory Friday over No. 1-ranked Highland at Viking Field in a rematch of the 2017 state championship game won by the Rams.
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.
About the only thing that slowed Coeur d’Alene’s offense was Coeur d’Alene’s offense. But that didn’t derail the Vikings, who beat Gonzaga Prep at home 28-14.
New Sandpoint football coach Ryan Knowles was busy after a recent practice placing decals on helmets. “I’m going to go paint the field when I’m done,” he said.
Kale Edwards connected with Colbey Nosworthy on an 8-yard touchdown pass with 57.9 seconds left and visiting Coeur d’Alene beat Rigby 29-26 after trailing by 19 in the third quarter.
It’s an exaggeration to say that it has been since the Ice Age that a Post Falls football team has had as much speed as it showed on Friday ... but it’s close. The Trojans, who have had linemen faster than skill players in the last decade, used their quickness and athleticism to handle the visiting and mistake-prone Sandpoint Bulldogs 56-12 in a season opener.
Don’t judge a final score by its margin.
It wasn’t the start that Post Falls coach Blaine Bennett wanted.
A muffed punt, a late 10-point deficit, an off night from its star quarterback – none of that was enough to keep Lewiston from notching one of its biggest wins in years.
Mead, which took fifth at state last year, returns five starters
Tony Hanna has aspired to coach at the highest level possible.
Most of the standout pitchers in the Coeur d’Alene softball program’s rich history have tasted the ultimate end-of-season reward.
The Central Valley boys and girls are picked to defend their league championships but the Bears are going to have their hands full.
By season’s end last spring, Greater Spokane League teams fell short of expectations. Just one team, North Central, qualified for a state tournament.
Satini Puailoa is retiring from coaching and teaching, effective at the end of the school year.
Matt McLeod opened his Bible, leaned down where he had it lying on the wrestling mat and read from the Book of John.