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  • G-Prep loses to top-ranked Jackson

    TACOMA – Shooting betrayed the Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team Saturday morning. The Bullpups started off nicely, opening a 16-8 lead over No. 1-ranked Jackson, but it wasn’t enough as …


  • Garfield takes down Richland

    TACOMA – WSU-bound Tramaine Isabell scored a tourney- high 34 points to lead Garfield to a 68-59 victory over Richland to claim its first Class 4A boys state championship since …


  • 2A: Pullman boys capture second straight title

    YAKIMA – Pullman’s David Ungerer knew he was the only player on the floor under 6-foot tall as the Greyhounds entered overtime against Lynden in the boys state 2A championship …


  • State 3A/1A: Piper lifts Rainier Beach boys to title

    Djuan Piper converted an off-balance jumper from just inside the foul line with 5.1 seconds remaining to lift Rainier Beach over Eastside Catholic 47-45 and earn a third straight State …


  • 1B Boys capsules

    Colton 61, Shorewood Chr. 58 Jake Straughan scored 30 points and sealed the game at the free-throw line to send the Wildcats into the title game against Pomeroy after a …


  • 2B boys capsules

    St. George’s 60, Liberty 40 The Dragons are headed to the championship after handling the Lancers.


  • 4A boys: Dowd comes up big for Bullpups

    TACOMA – The smallest player on the court stood the tallest when his team needed him most, and Gonzaga Prep is thankful. The Bullpups’ 5-foot-7 point guard, Sam Dowd, poured …


  • State 1B boys capsules

    Pomeroy 62, Wellpinit 38 Cody LaMunyan had 16 points and seven rebounds, Riley Bott added 15 points and the Pirates took control in the second quarter Thursday to ease past …


  • Colton boys find key

    The progression of Colton’s quarterfinal game was writ large on Dalton Patchen’s face. At first there was a mix of bewilderment and frustration as Cedar Park Christian singed net cords …


  • Adversity helped shape St. George’s boys basketball team

    Actors and basketball players react differently to the phrase “break a leg.” What’s considered a good omen on the stage doesn’t translate well to the court, although the St. George’s …


  • Names of the game

    There’s something about the return of Liberty High School to the bracket that puts the B back in the Tournaments B. When it came time decades ago for a new …


  • Wellpinit boys basketball team traveled treacherous road to Spokane

    Washington 2B and 1B boys and girls basketball teams take all sorts of different routes to state. None was probably quite as tedious as the pothole-filled path by the Wellpinit …


  • Delivery man

    University’s Michael Isotalo knew more would be expected of him this season after the graduation of Brett Bailey, last year’s Greater Spokane League Most Valuable Player. “I knew I’d have …


  • Bullpups ready for ‘something special’

    When Gonzaga Prep point guard Sam Dowd passes the ball to a teammate – especially to Reed Hopkins, Brendan McClary, Ryan Alexander or Frankie Hoerner – he expects immediate action. …


  • Race Martin steps up to help Pullman defend state championship

    The echoes from cheering fans and teammates had barely faded at the Yakima SunDome when Race Martin realized the challenge that lay before him. Martin had just helped Pullman win …


  • Bench sparks LRS’s rally

    Coaches don’t like surprises. Lind-Ritzville-Sprague got one to open its regional showdown with Lake Roosevelt and it took some significant bailing by the Broncos’ bench to overcome the shock with …


  • NWC holds off Hyaks

    ELLENSBURG – It took Northwest Christian three quarters to break away from the North Beach Hyaks on Saturday at Ellensburg High School. Once the Crusaders opened up some distance, they …


  • Adaptable Greyhounds breeze back into State

    The defending State 2A-champion Pullman boys are headed back to the state tournament, just don’t use that “D” word around the Greyhounds. “We don’t ever talk about ‘defending’ a state …


  • Titans’ quest for State ends

    ELLENSBURG – Odessa-Harrington’s quest for a State 2B tournament berth ended in the regional round for the second straight year, as the Titans were eliminated by Three Rivers Christian, 53-46, …


  • G-Prep boys run riot on South Kitsap

    In its most important game to date, the Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team’s offense played the best all season. Couple the hot shooting with the usual tenacious defense and it’s …


  • Boys basketball: Badgers muster win over Tigers

    Josh Pluid and Connor Bennett each scored nine points as visiting Bonners Ferry held on to beat Timberlake 36-33 in a 3A District I playoff at Spirit Lake. Keegan Scott …


  • T-wolves prevail

    High school basketball games are decided by which team has the most points – not by how a team looks getting to the final margin. In that regard, the visiting …


  • GSL games aid Shadle, U-Hi

    They finished fifth and sixth, respectively, in the always-tough Greater Spokane League, yet the University and Shadle Park boys basketball teams are on the brink of state berths. Victories on …


  • Hoerner sparks Bullpups’ win

    The first three times Gonzaga Prep and Ferris played this season, the differences were fingernail thin. The fourth time, with a single regional berth on the line, the difference was …


  • Boys basketball: Dragons top Crusaders

    Dexter Sienko scored 21 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and defending State 2B-champion St. George’s routed Northwest Christian 58-36 in the 2B subregional title game Saturday at Mead. Erik Muelheims …


  • 3A boys basketball: Titans defeat Shadle

    With state berths already locked up, the University and Shadle Park boys basketball teams locked arms for one more grudge match Saturday night. By the time it was over, the …


  • Boys basketball: Riverside eliminates Lakeside

    Tyler Axtell hit four 3-pointers and finished with 24 points and six assists as Riverside stayed alive in the 1A Bi-District tournament with a 59-55 win over Lakeside on Friday …


  • Unbeaten Richland tops Ferris with long-range attack

    There are many ways a team can pressure its opponent in a basketball game. The state’s second-ranked 4A boys team, the Richland Bombers, does it with its offense.


  • Little’s 27 lead Titans

    Mt. Spokane may yet make it to state, but the fairy-tale ride took a Little detour Friday night at University. The Titans’ Robert Little scored a game-high 27 points, including …


  • Gonzaga Prep’s boys oust Chiawana

    The Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team defeated Chiawana 64-39 on Friday night in a subregional loser-out meeting between Greater Spokane League and Mid-Columbia Conference teams at Gonzaga Prep. The Bullpups …

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