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Wednesday, January 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Morning prep roundup: Undefeated Mead and Mt. Spokane on collision course

 (Patrick Hagerty)
(Patrick Hagerty)

Wrestling: Greater Spokane League wrestling had three meets last night, with Mead and Mt. Spokane continuing their unblemished seasons.

Both teams are now 8-0 after easy victories over Rogers and North Central respectively.

Watch for Jan. 25 when the Panthers travel to the Wildcats for the Glow Down Show Down. Both teams have a chance to be undefeated heading into the final dual of the regular season.

For full results, head over to

Basketball: As the area basketball season heads toward its conclusion, here are the breakdowns on who has the best chance to finish at the top of the local leagues.

Follow this link for the boys roundup and follow this link for the girls roundup.

Hint: Gonzaga Prep is most likely to win the GSL boys title and the Central Valley girls essentially have the league title in hand already.

Gymnastics: GSL gymnastics also saw a dominant performance with Sophia Van Wormer of Cheney taking all-around honors, but not before she placed first in three of the four individual events.

Cheney easily beat second place Lewis and Clark, winning 158.75 to 133.125.

Check out the full gymnastics results from last night.

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