Jim Wilund spent 33 years as a teacher, coach and principal in northern Idaho before he retired from Lewiston High in 2005. He grew up in Coeur d’Alene where he played football, basketball and track. He then went on to Idaho and played football where as a tight end during the 1971 season, he caught 26 passes for 343 yards and a touchdown.Read More
After graduating from UI, Jim started his teaching and coaching career at Timberline High in the Piece-Weippe area in 1972. After two years there, he moved on to Post Falls High where he was head track coach along with being an assistant football and basketball coach. In 1976, he was named head football and baseball coach at St. Maries High School where he also served as athletic director for a year.