It wasn’t all football over the weekend.
The last thing Pete Carroll is going to do after starting the season with two losses is overreact.
Pullman on the road to take on Moscow who was down 21-7 early in the second when Devin Carscallen scores on the QB keeper, extra point was blocked and the Bears were within a score.
The game of the night across the regional arguably was held at Bengal Field between Clarkston and Lewiston.
The Trojans of Troy trying to remain unbeaten on the road to play the Lapwai Wildcats.
We head out to the Palouse where it was a huge defensive battle in the first half between the Wilbur-Creston Wildcats and the Colfax Bulldogs.
Up the road a few miles in Craigmont, the Lewis County Eagles weren’t didn’t fare too well against the Deary Mustangs.
The Prairie Pirates were ready to whack ‘em and stack ‘em in Cottonwood tonight (Friday) as they took on the Lumberjacks of Council.
Last night (Thursday) Touchet and Pomeroy kicked off week four of the high school football season out in Pomeroy but that contest was nothing in comparison to what we’d see on Friday night.
Aaron Rodgers threw for two touchdowns and the Green Bay Packers outlasted the Seattle Seahawks for a 27-17 win Sunday night in a bruising, physical rematch of last season's NFC title game.
If the Seattle Seahawks line up Sherman in the slot again on Sunday night against Green Bay, one of the best defensive backs in the league might face one of the top slot receivers in the game in the Packers' Randall Cobb.
The Seattle Seahawks face the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin at 5:30 p.m. Here are 5 things to watch for:
And a little rain wouldn’t slow down Thursday night’s home opener for the Clarkston Bantams who welcomed in West Valley at Lincoln Middle School.
Seattle Seahawks center Drew Nowak grew up in the shadow of Green Bay's Lambeau Field.
As we head into week four of the high school football season, the urgency will soon start to build with teams entering league play, and it all began Thursday.