Spokane Youth Sports Awards

June 10, 2014 8:48 p.m.  •  1 comment

The Spokane Youth Sports Awards, downsized from a large luncheon to a simple program at the Woldsen Theater at the Fox, were given out Tuesday, June 10 to recognize outstanding coaches, athletes and teams.

Related story: Gonzaga Prep’s Sam Dowd highlights Spokane Youth Sports Awards

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Barb Silvey, tennis coach at Rogers High School, accepts the award for Top Female Coach from Herb Rotchford, left, and emcees Dana Haynes and Brad Moeller Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at the Spokane Youth Sports Awards.

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Mike Arte, left, coach of the state championship winning Gonzaga Prep Bullpups basketball team, accepts the award for Top Male Coach from Herb Rotchford.

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The Central Valley High School soccer team, winners of the 4A girls soccer state championship, talks Dana Haynes and Brad Moeller after receiving the award for High School Sports Top Female Team.

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The North Central High School wrestling team, which won the 3A state championship with only six wrestlers competing, talks to Dana Haynes and Brad Moeller after receiving the award for High School Sports Top Male Team.

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Wheelchair athlete Mikila Salazar talks with emcees Dana Haynes and Brad Moeller after receiving the award for Non-High School Sports Top Individual Female Athlete Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at the Spokane Youth Sports Awards at the Woldsen Theater at the Fox.

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Gymnast Will Bughi, left, talks with emcees Dana Haynes and Brad Moeller after receiving the award for Non-High School Sports Top Individual Male Athlete.

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Ashlee Pederson, left, of Mt. Spokane High School, accepts the award for High School Sports Top Individual Female Athlete from Herb Rotchford.

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Brett Rypien, left, of Shadle Park High School, talks with emcees Dana Haynes, center, and Brad Moeller after receiving the award for High School Sports Top Individual Male Athlete.

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Sam Dowd, Gonzaga Prep standout in basketball and football, gets a $2000 check to go with the Against All Odds Award.

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Sam Dowd, Gonzaga Prep standout in basketball and football, fights back tears as he receives a standing ovation and the Against All Odds Award.

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Sam Dowd, Gonzaga Prep standout in basketball and football, wipes away tears as the audience gives him a standing ovation for winning the Against All Odds Award.

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