Fall sports finish, teams head to state


The Bengal football team runs onto the field ready for the homecoming game.

The boys and girls varsity golf teams went to state-level competitions Oct. 7-8. The girls placed 5th overall. Mollie Siebly placed 6th overall with 163 as her total. The boys place 10th overall. Senior Carson King placed 7th overall in the 5A boys category with a total score of 147.
Girls Boys
+15 total to par +108 total to par
R1: 85 R2: 78 R1: 66 R2: 42
Total: 163 Total: 147

Cross Country:
Boys and girls cross country teams competed at the district level Oct. 20. There was 10 boys and six girls attending. Junior James Stubbers was the only one to qualify for state-level competition. State events will be Oct. 29.

The varsity boys soccer team had an overall 4-9 win average. The varsity girls team had a win average of 7-5-2. Neither of the teams made it to districts or state-level competition.

Lewiston High School hosted its only home swim meet against Moscow at the Asotin Aquatic Center on Oct. 22. Senior Luke Mastroberadino was featured Oct. 18 as Prep Athlete of the Week in the Lewiston Tribune. He recently won both the 50- and 100-yard freestyle events at a swim meet on Oct. 8. District-level competition will be Oct. 29 in Moscow, and state competitions will be Nov. 4-5 in Boise.

The LHS volleyball team has an overall win of 4-10. District-level competitions were Oct. 15, 18, and 20, and the team did not make it to state.

This year’s LHS football team has an overall win of 7-2. The Bengals advanced to the playoffs Oct. 21 during their game against Coeur d’Alene. State-level competition will be held Nov. 18-19 and 19. Information on whether or not the Bengals would qualify for state was unavailable at press time.