Baseball fights against rainy start

Grace Eller, Sports Reporter

April 13, 2016

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   The baseball season was scheduled to start March 14, but due to the rain was postponed to March 17 when they played a doubleheader against Walla Walla and swept the series.   The score for the first game was 8-7,...

Athletes’ moms steal court to play ball for Safe and Sober

Hailey Sorenson, Sports Editor

April 13, 2016

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Students’ moms once again took the court from their kids to play a furious yet amusing basketball game as the season closed Thursday, March 10. Known as the Battle of the Moms, this year's Safe and Sober graduation party...

Boys and Girls regular basketball season closes

Trevan Pixley, Sports Assistant

February 17, 2016

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The hype and excitement over Golden Throne has died down because of the victory by Lewiston by only one point, now it’s back to straight basketball without distraction. The lady Bengals were rolling with a four-game...

Volleyball season wraps up with highs, lows

Trevan Pixley, Sports Assistant

November 18, 2015

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The Lewiston High School volleyball team have maintained a fairly shaky season, losing to Lake City both times they met, as well as Post Falls and Coeur D’ Alene. The team competed in the Lindin Sheridian classic in Spokane,...

Byrer goes the distance

Trevan Pixley, Sports Assistant

November 9, 2015

Filed under Feature, Sports

A race against time, a true test of endurance in athletics. Cross country truly motivates its participants to practice and succeed in its race towards the gold. A cross country meet can vary between 25 to even as much as 40...

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