Cedar Post

  • Next connections class is on Wednesday, December 17th.
  • The choir's Christmas Concert will be on Wednesday December 18th starting at 7pm at the high school.
  • There will be a 2-hour early release on Friday December 20th.

THE BOTTOM LINE: WEEK 3

THE BOTTOM LINE: WEEK 3

Joe Parsley, Website/Video Managing Editor

September 18, 2019

QB Jimmy Garoppolo After a rough Week 1 at the Buccaneers for Garoppolo, he bounced back to throw 297 yards for 3 touchdowns against the Bengals. It only took 1 week for him to adjust after tearing his ACL last season, and it shouldn’t be a rough adjustment as he has many weapons, such as Samuels, Pettis...

FOOTBALL RUNS OVER UNIVERSITY

FOOTBALL RUNS OVER UNIVERSITY

Shea Kilpatrick, Senior Managing Editor

September 13, 2019

VOLLEYBALL DOWNED BY VIKINGS

VOLLEYBALL DOWNED BY VIKINGS

Sydney Clary, News Editor

September 13, 2019

BOY’S SOCCER TAKES DOWN LAKELAND

BOY’S SOCCER TAKES DOWN LAKELAND

Molly Balison, Lifestyle Editor

September 12, 2019

VOLLEYBALL’S COMEBACK FALLS SHORT

VOLLEYBALL’S COMEBACK FALLS SHORT

Sydney Clary, News Editor

September 12, 2019

THE BOTTOM LINE: WEEK 2

THE BOTTOM LINE: WEEK 2

Joe Parsley, Website/Video Managing Editor

September 10, 2019

QB Matthew Stafford Stafford finally has a big-bodied receiver to throw to in rookie T.J. Hockenson which should bring more production to the Lions offense. In addition to Hockenson, the Lions have two capable receivers in the lineup in Golladay and Jones with Johnson in the backfield who has a lot of pot...

SENIOR NIGHT LIGHTS

SENIOR NIGHT LIGHTS

Connor Bird, Radio/Podcast Managing Editor

September 7, 2019

THE THRILL OF THE CATCH

THE THRILL OF THE CATCH

Connor Bird, Sports Editor

May 13, 2019

Chase Ramsey, Junior Q: What is your favorite aspect of fishing? A: My favorite part is just being out there! You make so many memories with great friends and family even if you don’t catch any fish it’s always fun. Q: How long have you been fishing and who taught you? A: I have been fishi...

SHOOTING FOR STATE

SHOOTING FOR STATE

Ben Wikoff, News Editor

May 8, 2019

Q&A WITH TAYLOR SADEWIC

Q&A WITH TAYLOR SADEWIC

Sabrina Wilson, Web Staff

April 26, 2019

Sophomore Taylor Sadewic says there is a feeling of “indescribable joy” when she is riding her horses. Sadewic discussed with the Cedar Post that joy and the passion she has developed working with her horses during the last decade. How long have you been working with horses and in what capac...

LEADING LACROSSE

LEADING LACROSSE

Molly Balison, Web Staff

April 21, 2019

Lacrosse is a sport that has been more well-known on the East Coast, but it’s popularity has slowly migrated towards the North West and it continues to spark the interest of kids in Sandpoint. Since lacrosse is fairly new to North Idaho, competing teams share relatively equal levels of ability and kn...

STUNTED SEASON

STUNTED SEASON

Connor Bird, Sports Editor

April 20, 2019

Senior Billy Bracket starts baseball practice just like everyone else on the team. He puts on his practice shirt, baseball pants, a belt, and his hat. He helps to set everything up and has a job assigned to him, just like everyone else on the team. He warms up and stretches, just like everyone else o...

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