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Five Sandpoint athletes grabbed spots on the 4A all-state soccer teams that were recently released.
Amber Laiche, a 2017 Sandpoint High grad, has earned a spot on the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, one of the most iconic dance teams in the country.
The Sandpoint Middle School wrestling team captured a 69-30 victory over Lakeland recently in the annual Battle for the Paddle.
After an unbelievable run to the state championship game, it’s no surprise that Bulldogs were scattered all over the 4A IEL all-league football team.
Sandpoint Parks and Recreation is offering a youth basketball program for third to sixth graders and a Little Dribblers program for first and second graders.
Schweitzer opens this Friday — barring any last-minute weather setbacks. The day we’ve all been waiting for.
The Sandpoint boys basketball team participated in a three-team jamboree Tuesday in Post Falls against the Trojans and Lake City.
Six Priest River football players received 3A Intermountain League honors for their efforts this fall.
The North Idaho Elite seventh-grade girls basketball team went undefeated and placed first in the River City Tournament on Nov. 12-14 in Post Falls.
The Priest River boys basketball team will begin its run for a second straight state berth when they host St. Maries at 7 p.m. next Tuesday to open the season.
The Bulldogs feasted on 21 turnovers from Bonners Ferry and a late first-half surge in a 50-34 win over the Badgers on Tuesday night at Les Rogers Court.
The Sandpoint Future fourth grade boys grabbed first at the River City Tournament in Post Falls on Nov. 12-14.
The Sandpoint Future seventh grade boys claimed the title at River City Tournament on Nov. 12-14 in Post Falls.
Sandpoint girls basketball was unable to overcome a hot start by the Bengals in a 54-34 loss at Lewiston on Saturday. But after that sizzling first quarter, ...
Given everything Sandpoint went through to get to this point, and the blood, sweat and tears they poured in during the offseason, it felt like the 2021 footb...