Fall Sports in Full Swing

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Nothing gets the nostalgia-juices flowing like a Friday night high school football game. Or a Tuesday evening volleyball match. Or a Saturday afternoon spent at the soccer field.

Fall sports are a great way to enjoy the small-town lifestyle and support local students, and we have a ton of options.

Drew Bailey (59), Isaac Walters (44) and Chase Truscott (31) close in on a Kellogg runner during the 2013 season.

Drew Bailey (59), Isaac Walters (44) and Chase Truscott (31) close in on a Kellogg runner during the 2013 season.

 

Just this week alone, the Lumberjack soccer team plays at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at home against Timberlake. The St. Maries girls volleyball team will play the Lakeside Knights at home Tuesday, Sept. 23; action begins at 6 p.m. with JV followed by varsity.  And the Jacks’ varsity football squad is at home again Friday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m.

A Lakeside player prepares to serve the ball. The Knights hosted the Lumberjacks in a volleyball match recently.

A Lakeside player prepares to serve the ball. The Knights hosted the Lumberjacks in a volleyball match recently.

If you’re traveling to the area – or, heck, if you live here and are looking for a fun way to experience St. Maries under the lights or in the gym – plan to attend a high school sporting event. Wear your favorite teams’ colors, grab a snack at the concession stand and cheer for the home team.

Thomas Cook looks to take the ball down the field and keep it safe from the opposing team during a game in St. Maries.

Thomas Cook looks to take the ball down the field and keep it safe from the opposing team during a game in St. Maries last week.

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