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Morning prep roundup: Gonzaga Prep makes a stand in GSL crossover with Mt. Spokane

A sea of white Gonzaga Prep jerseys surround Mt. Spokane quarterback Brady Hill but still struggle to bring him down Friday Sept. 22, 2017 at Albi Stadium. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)
A sea of white Gonzaga Prep jerseys surround Mt. Spokane quarterback Brady Hill but still struggle to bring him down Friday Sept. 22, 2017 at Albi Stadium. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

Gonzaga Prep held off Mt. Spokane on a 70-yard fumble-recovery touchdown by the coach’s kid, Coeur d’Alene went to the west side of the state and almost ended a 53-game winning streak, and a star might be emerging at quarterback for Central Valley.

Here’s a roundup of all the prep action around the area on Friday night.

Late fumble return helps Gonzaga Prep hold off Mt. Spokane

Mt. Spokane was in the red zone, threatening to cut into Gonzaga Prep’s one-touchdown lead. Then a fumble bounced into Hunter McKenna’s hands. | Read more »

University dominates Lewis and Clark and pulls away

Everything University touched seemingly turned into scores on Friday as the Titans rolled to a 49-10 win over Lewis and Clark. | Read more »

Grant Hannan leads Central Valley past North Central

In Central Valley’s 41-7 Greater Spokane League pasting of visiting North Central on Friday, former back-up Grant Hannan looked like a Day 1 starter. | Read more »

Coeur d’Alene shocked as Camas rallies to continue streak

Coeur d’Alene just missed ending one of the more impressive streaks in high school football. Instead, Camas stunned the Vikings with two TD in the final 64 seconds. | Read more »

Football roundup: Collin Sather passed West Valley over Moscow, and Post Falls stayed undefeated by knocking off Lakeland.

Volleyball roundup: Annika Briggs’ double-double lifted Ferris over Shadle Park, and St. George’s swept Northwest Christian.

Girls soccer roundup: Maggie Ames’ goal helped Central Valley down Mead, while Lewis and Clark shut out Gonzaga Prep.

Slowpitch roundup: Emma Todhunter smacked two homers and East Valley handled Gonzaga Prep, while Ferris swept a doubleheader from Shadle Park.


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