Posts tagged: soccer
A GRIP ON SPORTS
Never in the history of athletics – now that's a loaded statement – has a team's fans been more deflated by a game their team didn't lose. At least it seemed that way last night. Read on.
A GRIP ON SPORTS
How big has football become in this country? So big it dominates the sports news in early May, when the NBA is having its playoffs, baseball is up and running and the Kentucky Derby is just around the corner. Read on.
The usual wide selection of things offered on our Prep Page. Next week the Prep Page disappears per se so we can present the All-Greater Spokane League pictures and lists and lists of all other area all-league teams. In Idaho, we swap the pages out to feature our All-North Idaho Football, Boys and Girls Soccer and Volleyball Teams.
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Also, see results of early September poll.
Here are Friday’s state tournament results and Saturday’s schedule.
Greater Spokane League volleyball and soccer teams are headed to post-season with the start of district play next week.
Volleyball has a pair of four-team tournaments that will qualify a total of seven teams to regional play against the Columbia Basin Big Nine. Tournaments begin Wednesday and conclude Saturday at Mt. Spokane.
Soccer also begins next Wednesday, three 4A teams qualifying for regionals. The 3A schools have no district tournament, but four advance to regional against the CBBN.
After a third-place finish in state last year and with all but three players returned, Mead is the logical favorite in Greater Spokane League girls soccer. Cheney and Pullman will duel in the Great Northern League. Here is my pre-season preview for area teams.
There was excitement and controversy during Wednesday’s Albi Stadium Greater Spokane League doubleheader.
East Valley won a shootout 2-1 over North Central and with two wins would overhaul the Indians for the top 3A regional seed. The Knights goal in regulation came during a bone-jarring collision between scorer Andrew Mastronardi and NC keeper Garrett Brickey who declared he suffered whiplash while securing the ball.
Ferris beat University 3-2 in a contest that had more than its share of contrversy and secured undisputed fourth place. My story is below.