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View from the sidelines

Life happens. And sometimes it happens in the most unexpected ways. As usual in the sports world there were some changes last year as there always...

 

Comebacks lead to county wins

It was a tale two big comebacks at TFHS Thursday night, with the hometown Lady Hawks rallying to win...

 

Keg Bowl set for Saturday

Football is a game for young men but some pigskin crazies in this part of the world think they can play the demanding sport forever if they want to....

 

Fun Run coming Tuesday

It’s not too late to think about getting your early entry in for the 2019 New Year’s Day Fun Run next Tuesday, but time is quickly running out on...

 

Anders, Casey win COY honors

High school running partners who pushed each other to new heights during their prep careers in Plains in the late 1990s, Anders Brooker and Casey...

 

Marauding Vikings conquer Red Devils

Maybe you’ve seen the TV show depicting the marauding, conquering Vikings, those war-machine men and women depicted as being intent on ruling the...

 

Vanderwalls win titles in Buzz Lucey meet

All wrestling considered, it was a pretty good weekend for the Plains-Hot Springs Savage Horsemen in Eureka. Coach Jeff Kujala and his Horsemen...

 

Wrestling vocation isn't an easy vacation

Consider the sport of wrestling a working-man's vocation; and the holidays are never a vacation for...

 

Heat walk through the valley of the Valley

Yea, though they walk through the valley of the Eagle, no Savage Heat player shalt fear those District 13C birds of Missoula. The 14C Hot Springs...

 

Vikings make Trotters play a different game

PLAINS – The Charlo Lady Vikings' game is to take you out of yours. To force you into making bad...

 

Ice-cold Horsemen fall to Charlo boys

PLAINS – Baby, it's cold outside... and, as it turns out, it's cold inside, too. Pretty much...

 

Warriors still the team to beat in District 14C

It’s not the Phil and Will show anymore, but the Arlee Warriors are still a basketball powerhouse. Showing that they don’t miss the All-State serv...

 

Heat are playing hard, coach not complaining

As long as the effort is there, Hot Springs Savage Heat girls basketball coach Richard Jackson is not going to complain. And he was not complaining...

 

Falcons fly past Lady Hawks

Florence Falcons fly faster. At least right now at any rate. The Florence Falcons flew past the...

 

Shooting blues hinder Hawks

Free throw shooting blues sunk the Blue Hawk boys last week in Florence. Connecting on only four of 17 free throw attempts, when only one or two more...

 

Lady Devils top Trojans, Eagles

The Noxon Lady Red Devils won twice last week, taking down Troy 47-28 in a non-conference game in Noxon Thursday and knocking off the Two Eagle River...

 

Devil boys win, improve to 6-0

A win by any other name is still a win. Although there was nothing very pretty about it – in fact, it was actually pretty ugly – the Noxon Red...

 

Trae leads the way

It is time to reevaluate and move on. "We are pretty much at the halfway point of the season right...

 

A winning record

Twelve out of 15 ain't bad. The Plains-Hot Springs Savage Horsemen wrestling team competed in a...

 

Lady Hawk junior varsity falls to Florence 36-23

The Lady Hawk JV played the Florence JV Friday and lost 36-23 to the visiting Falcons. Danni Hodges scored eight points, grabbed four steals and nine...

 

Trotters run past Tigers

Don't be fooled by the Trotters' name; these Plains girls like to get out and run. There was no...

 

Tigers out-point ice-cold Devils

Points are not supposed to be this hard to come by. The St. Regis Tigers spoiled the Noxon Lady Red Devils’ home opener 31-23 in Noxon Thursday as...

 

Shutout in the Shootout

Call it growing pains of the basketball kind. The young Thompson Falls Blue Hawks hosted the boys'...

 

Seconds count

A few extra seconds made all the difference. The Lady Hawks dropped a pair of games in the District 1B-7B Shootout in Eureka last week, falling 42-41...

 

Hawks place four in Kinney Classic

Although their roster was reduced due to undisclosed reasons, the Thompson Falls wrestling team...

 

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