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PANORAMA LEAGUE St. George’s 74, Selkirk 36 Chrissy Peterson scored 35 points for the Dragons (11-1, 12-4), 27 in the first half, as St. George’s won its 90th straight game …


Panthers Put It All Together

GSL GIRLS Much has changed in the month since Mead went to Central Valley and had to rally to squeak out a win. Friday night at Mead, the second-ranked Panthers …


Cheney Gets Another Win

East Valley’s Star Olson, left, gets defensive against Cheney’s Erin Soliday. Photo by Molly O’Hara/The Spokesman-Review


Ewu Rally Falls Short At Nau, 67-58

Northern Arizona’s Tyrone Johnson scored 19 points and the Lumberjacks withstood a second-half rally to beat Eastern Washington 67-58 in Big Sky Conference play Thursday. NAU (3-2 Big Sky, 6-10 …


Nic At Treasure Valley, S. Idaho

We jumped the gun in Thursday’s paper. North Idaho College (3-6, 11-10) actually plays Treasure Valley (1-8, 7-13) tonight at 6:30 PST in Ontario, Ore. A victory greatly enhances NIC’s …


Gonzaga At Saint Mary’s

Gonzaga (0-4 West Coast Conference, 11-5) takes on Saint Mary’s (2-3, 7-8) for a 7:30 p.m. encounter at McKeon Pavilion in Moraga, Calif. At a glance After four games and …


Already, Hill Rates Star Quality

Detroit’s Grant Hill is the fans’ favorite in NBA All-Star balloting, becoming the first rookie to lead the voting. Receiving 1,289,585 votes, Hill edged Orlando’s Shaquille O’Neal in final results …


Streaking Jazz Cut Down Sonics Utah Approaches Nba Record With 15th Consecutive Road Win

Utah’s John Stockton looks to dish off one of his 15 assists that helped the Jazz pass Seattle. Photo by Associated Press


Lmu Lions Beat Pepperdine, 80-69

WCC Jim Williamson scored 18 points and had seven assists to lead a balanced Loyola Marymount attack Wednesday night as the Lions broke a three-game losing streak by beating Pepperdine, …


Pressure Just Too Much For Pippen

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Nau’s Math Shows Bad Call Equals No Class

The Big Sky Conference blew the whistle on itself earlier this week after its officials sent the wrong player to the foul line in crunch time of the Northern Arizona-Boise …


No. 3 Unc Takes Advantage Of Threes

Top 25 Dante Calabria led No. 3 North Carolina’s record-setting 3-point shooting Wednesday night, scoring a career-high 26 points as the Tar Heels cruised by Florida State, 100-70, at Chapel …


Report: Gill For Drexler Imminent

In a move to get to the NBA Finals this June, the Seattle SuperSonics are on the verge of acquiring Portland’s Clyde Drexler in a trade for Kendall Gill, according …


Pippen’s Tantrum A La Knight

Scottie Pippen doesn’t take ejection sitting down. Photo by Associated Press


Sonics Rip Nuggets; Winning Streak Hits 10

How well are the Seattle SuperSonics playing in January? They can even handle the Denver Nuggets these days. “I guess for the fans’ sake and the media’s sake, this win …


‘The Brain’ Has Sonics On A Roll George Karl Uses All The Right Lines As Seattle Rides 9-Game Win Streak

1. Once the subject of trade talk, Shawn Kemp, left, would happily tell his coach he hopes the Sonics pass on any future such discussion. Photo by Associated Press 2. …


Blue Devils Lose Guiding Light Fearing For His Health, Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski Follows Doctors Orders In Sitting Out The Rest Of Basketball Season

Rest will be best for Duke’s Krzyzewski. Associated Press


Payton Shows Rookie It’s Not A Kidd’s Game

The way Jason Kidd looks at it, he’s getting force-fed NBA basketball in helpings he’d never imagined. He was schooled by 10-year veteran Derek Harper Friday night. Saturday, it was …


Nets To Keep Coleman

While Shaquille O’Neal makes his exit, Charles Barkley and Elliott Perry, right, get, a lift out of the Sun’s OT win. Photo by Associated Press


Umass Defenders Stuff Temple

Coach John Calipari’s top-ranked Massachusetts club had to play all the angles to defeat Temple. Photo by Associated Press


Tarpley’s A No-Show, But What Else Is New?

Dallas Mavericks forward Roy Tarpley may be in trouble again. One night after he reportedly had a heated discussion with player personnel director Keith Grant, Tarpley did not appear Saturday …


Pilots Strafe Broncos, Move Into First Place

Curt Ranta scored a career-high 26 points, 15 in the second half, as Portland thumped Santa Clara 72-49 Saturday night and knocked the Broncos out of first place in the …


Eagles Make UI Give Up

EWU’s Jennifer Sutter robs Kelli Johnson, helping the Eagles beat Idaho for their first Big Sky Conference win of the season. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review


Wenatchee Sneaks Past Sasquatch

Walla Walla Community College put four players in double figures and snuck past the Community Colleges of Spokane 69-66 at the Johnson Sports Center on Saturday night, despite a 30-point …


Bruins Bury Asu After Intermission

Charles O’Bannon scored 19 points and led a big run at the start of the second half that sent No. 4 UCLA past No. 13 Arizona State 85-72 Saturday at …


Assistants Suddenly Get The Call

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Women’s Panel To Release Ratings Percentage Index

A longtime secret is about to become public this spring when the women’s RPI used to help determine selection and seeding of the 64-team NCAA Tournament is released sometime in …


Sonics Get Small, Win Big At Dallas Seattle Wins 117-91 To Earn Ninth Consecutive Victory

Coach George Karl’s decision to go to his small lineup yielded big dividends for the Seattle SuperSonics. With leading rebounder and No. 2 scorer Shawn Kemp saddled with four first-half …


Post Falls Beats Cold-Starting Sandpoint, 74-53

A cold first quarter came back to haunt Sandpoint down the stretch, as Post Falls battled for a 74-53 Inland Empire League boys basketball victory Friday night. The Bulldogs sank …


Sonics Given Day Off Before Taking On Weary Mavericks

With the way the NBA schedule stacks games together, visiting teams often trudge into arenas with tired legs. But tonight, the Seattle SuperSonics have good reason to be the fresh …