MONDAY, FEB. 20, 2017, 8:31 P.M.

Whitworth pounds Redlands on diamond

Joel Condreay went 5 for 6 – all singles – with two runs batted in and two runs scored and Ryan Bird and Nicholas Nerud each had three hits and three RBIs to power the Whitworth Pirates (6-1) to a 12-3 victory over Redlands (3-6) in nonconference action in Redlands, California.

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Gonzaga Bulldogs
Gonzaga No. 1 for program-record fourth consecutive week
Gonzaga’s Nigel Williams-Goss earns fourth WCC player of week award
Saint Joseph’s Phil Martelli recalls thrills, regrets of unbeaten ride that faces Zags
Indiana strikes first, beats Gonzaga 5-1 in baseball
GU thumps Pacific, earns another WCC title
Washington State Cougars
Whitworth pounds Redlands on diamond
Ernie Kent’s grand plan at Washington State is point-guard centric
Billings’ 25 boards ties record in No. 18 UCLA’s win over WSU women
Meyer slugs two-run homer to rally WSU to 4-3 baseball win
Cougars rise to challenges, sweep Arizona State
Eastern Washington Eagles
Taylor Pierce paces Idaho women over Eastern Washington
Former football coach Beau Baldwin receives warm welcome at EWU basketball game
Eastern Washington hosts Idaho in high-stakes game
Eastern Washington receiver Kendrick Bourne to join Cooper Kupp at NFL Combine
Eastern Washington, Idaho will square off in crucial Big Sky women’s basketball game
Idaho Vandals
Taylor Pierce paces Idaho women over Eastern Washington
Idaho punter/placekicker Austin Rehkow invited to NFL combine
Board pushes back University of Idaho’s request to put more institutional funds toward athletics
North Dakota eases past Idaho for 12th consecutive Big Sky men’s basketball home win
Mikayla Ferenz scores 27 points and Idaho women knock off first-place North Dakota
Whitworth Pirates
Whitworth sweeps baseball doubleheader from Pomona-Pitzer
With No. 2 seed assured, Whitworth dumps Lewis & Clark anyway
Whitworth women fall to Lewis & Clark in season finale
Christian Jurlina scores 26, Whitworth topples George Fox again, 91-70
Whitworth’s Wilber wins 200 backstroke at NWC swimming championships
Seattle Seahawks
Sherman Smith out as Seahawks’ running back coach
Seahawks’ Michael Bennett withdraws from Israel trip, citing sympathy for Palestinians
Seahawks sign former Minnesota kicker Blair Walsh
Doug Baldwin becomes Seahawks’ record-tying 7th Pro Bowl player
Seahawks notes: NFL looking at Sherman injury
Seattle Mariners
Mariners expect bigger, better things from James Paxton
Ready, set … stop: Rain washes out Mariners’ first full-squad workout
Versatile Danny Valencia out to put down roots with the Seattle Mariners
Mariners’ Hisashi Iwakuma ready to shoulder load again if needed
A healthy Yovani Gallardo seeks a fresh start with Mariners
Seattle Sounders
Sounders return with Clint Dempsey cleared to practice
Nicolas Lodeiro brings ‘garra’ to Seattle Sounders
Seattle Sounders’ Jordan Morris joins U.S. injured list
Sounders won’t ease up during final playoff game with FC Dallas
Sounders, Dallas meet in conference semifinals again
Spokane Chiefs
Kailer Yamamoto scores again but Spokane Chiefs dumped by Tri-City
Kailer Yamamoto scores in overtime to lift Spokane Chiefs over Kelowna
Spokane Chiefs cough up five-goal third in loss to Prince George
Young line gives Chiefs hope for the future
Big rally lifts Spokane Chiefs over conference-leading Prince George
Spokane Empire
Spokane Empire sign wide receivers Carl Sims and Bryan Pray
Spokane Empire expect experienced defense to make difference in Indoor Football League
Spokane Empire signs WR Devonn Brown and DL John Griggs
Spokane Empire RB Trevor Kennedy’s determination leads to speedy recovery
Spokane Empire signs former Eastern Washington lineman Cassidy Curtis
Spokane Indians
Former Spokane Indians outfielder Bob Bowman dies
Ex-Spokane Indians ace Jackie Brown dies after long illness
Minor league umpires get hotel upgrade, family leave, raises
Matt Hagen replaces Tim Hulett as Spokane Indians manager
Hendricks’ journey takes him from Spokane Indians to Game 7 starter for the Cubs
Grip on sports
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Grip on Sports: Gonzaga, WSU fill in the blanks over the past 48 hours
Grip on Sports: Fireworks of a different kind erupted in Pullman last night
Grip on Sports: Gonzaga, Arizona make this area the capitol of college hoops tonight
Grip on Sports: Decision by WSU’s Fossum is easy to understand
WIAA announces matchups for state boys, girls basketball at regional sites
Lakeside’s Dalton Young caps wrestling career at 170-0
North Central’s Clai Quintanilla finishes as first GSL four-time state wrestling champ
Area boys: Ferris eliminated by Richland in 4A subregional
Area girls: Chiawana knocks out Gonzaga Prep in 4A subregional

John Blanchette

John Blanchette


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