One week after the biggest loss in franchise history, Spokane looked like it would post one of its easiest wins. However, a 35-point fourth-quarter lead dissolved quickly and the visiting Shock had to hang on for a 63-56 victory Saturday over Las Vegas. More below.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There is a not-so-exclusive club in America right now. It’s a club populated only by people who have received scam phone calls purporting to be from the IRS. I’ve been inducted, I don’t know, a thousand times? Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • If there ever is a lost Saturday, it was yesterday. Tucked between the weekend that hosts Mother’s Day and the upcoming Memorial Day holiday, this is the forgotten weekend. And there are many who would like to forget yesterday. Read on.
About the only thing Spokane got right Saturday was Raul Vijil's jersey retirement ceremony at halftime. Vijil gave an emotional speech and he received a standing ovation. His No. 15 now hangs next to Spokane's division, conference and league championship banners. The rest of the...
We reported this morning that a man claiming to be from Spokane is running a GoFundMe fundraiser to pay a $1 million fine for the Patriots related to their deflated ball scandal. This afternoon, we were able to speak with him over the phone.
Spokane put together its most complete performance of the season and routed L.A. 68-46 at the Arena on Friday. Quarterback Warren Smith, making his first AFL start, completed 23 of 29 passes for 313 yards and six touchdowns. My unedited game story is below.