Best of Winter Sports Presented by Knudtsen Chevrolet March 11, 2019

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  • Lake City defenders Kendall Pickford (0), Sara Muehlhausen, right, and Aubrey Avery, left, try to disrupt a shot by Skylar Burke of Coeur d’Alene during Fight for the Fish 2019.

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    Lake City student Sawyer Halls cheers for the Timberwolves during a timeout during Fight for the Fish.

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    The Lakeland High School boys basketball team and students rush the court to take back the paddle after defeating Sandpoint in the Battle for the Paddle in Rathdrum.

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    Lakeland’s Peyton Wysong, left, locks arms with Sandpoint’s Jordan Birkhimer in the 98-pound match at Battle for the Paddle.

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    Lakeland’s Josiah Haaland goes for a layup while defended by Sandpoint’s Brandon Casey, left, and Will Treadaway during Battle for the Paddle.

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    Lake City’s Bridget Rieken, center, and Coeur d’Alene’s Kelly Horning fight for a rebound.

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    North Idaho College’s Jarod Greene gathers the rebound in a game against Community Colleges of Spokane on Feb. 20.

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    Genesis Prep guard Jonny Hillman and Kootenai’s Jarrett Usdrowski go for a loose ball during a game Feb. 1 at Post Falls Middle School.

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    Lakeland’s Sarah Boyer (2) celebrates next to her teammates after the Hawks defeated Moscow 42-34 for the 4A Region 1 championship.

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    North Idaho College guard Alex Carlton goes for the layup against Bellevue’s Ashley Anderson in a game on Dec. 18.

  • Lake City defenders Kendall Pickford (0), Sara Muehlhausen, right, and Aubrey Avery, left, try to disrupt a shot by Skylar Burke of Coeur d’Alene during Fight for the Fish 2019.

  • 1

    Lake City student Sawyer Halls cheers for the Timberwolves during a timeout during Fight for the Fish.

  • 2

    The Lakeland High School boys basketball team and students rush the court to take back the paddle after defeating Sandpoint in the Battle for the Paddle in Rathdrum.

  • 3

    Lakeland’s Peyton Wysong, left, locks arms with Sandpoint’s Jordan Birkhimer in the 98-pound match at Battle for the Paddle.

  • 4

    Lakeland’s Josiah Haaland goes for a layup while defended by Sandpoint’s Brandon Casey, left, and Will Treadaway during Battle for the Paddle.

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    Lake City’s Bridget Rieken, center, and Coeur d’Alene’s Kelly Horning fight for a rebound.

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    North Idaho College’s Jarod Greene gathers the rebound in a game against Community Colleges of Spokane on Feb. 20.

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    Genesis Prep guard Jonny Hillman and Kootenai’s Jarrett Usdrowski go for a loose ball during a game Feb. 1 at Post Falls Middle School.

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    Lakeland’s Sarah Boyer (2) celebrates next to her teammates after the Hawks defeated Moscow 42-34 for the 4A Region 1 championship.

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    North Idaho College guard Alex Carlton goes for the layup against Bellevue’s Ashley Anderson in a game on Dec. 18.

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