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Tuesday, January 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Grip on Sports: As soon as you turned the TV on, you knew Gonzaga was a No. 1 seed – if you were observant

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Did you turn on CBS’ NCAA selection show yesterday afternoon with one main objective? You know, to find out if Gonzaga was a No. 1 …


Grip on Sports: It’s the matchups, not the seeding, that really matters to Gonzaga

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Today’s the day we finally find out the answer to all of the important questions in the universe. Well, at least one of them. Is …


Grip on Sports: Idaho and Eastern hold Inland Northwest’s banner up today

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Gonzaga’s regular season is finished. The NCAA tournament awaits. Washington State’s season is over. So is Whitworth’s and the area’s community colleges. Even high school …


Grip on Sports: Though WSU finished another basketball season under .500, Ernie Kent is locked in for a few more years

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Another Washington State University basketball season is over. And like most before this one, it wasn’t all that successful. But whether or not that changes …


Grip on Sports: Gonzaga’s first loss of the season had a handful of reasons behind it

A GRIP ON SPORTS • The quest for perfection ended on a not-so-perfect Senior Night at McCarthey Athletic Center. That’s the news flash. But there were a lot of reasons …


Grip on Sports: Gonzaga, WSU fill in the blanks over the past 48 hours

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Where were we? Oh ya, documenting Gonzaga’s inexorable march through the WCC. And wondering if the Cougars could sweep a Pac-12 basketball foe this season. …


Grip on Sports: Gonzaga survives GameDay circus and a less-than-stellar game by key contributors

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Gonzaga basketball has been a big story in the Spokane area since 1999. The Spokane area. But I don’t recall as many national resources devoted …


Grip on Sports: You really have no choice on Super Bowl Sunday, unless you choose ‘none of the above’

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There is no avoiding it today. It’s Super Bowl Sunday and we have to spend some time opining about the “Big Game,” as the NFL …


Grip on Sports: Every signing day is just like the one before except for the players who achieve their dream

A GRIP ON SPORTS • One Pac-12 coach was quoted as saying he got every kid he wanted. Another talked about the players that signed are his schools’ “guys.” One …


Grip on Sports: Our area has a connection tonight to more than one Final Four contender

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s not often we can write about Inland Northwest college basketball and mention two Final Four competitors. But that’s the case today. And one of …


Grip on Sports: Don’t get caught up with the ‘ya, but’ folks of the world

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s hard for sports fans to live in the moment. If you’re team is good or bad, the last game is never, seemingly, as important …


Men’s basketball: Marshall hits game-winner as Nevada stuns Washington 87-85

Marcus Marshall hit an off-balance 15-footer with less than a second remaining to give Nevada an 87-85 victory over Washington on Sunday night in Seattle.


Women’s basketball: Kelsey Plum sets Pac-12 record in No. 11 Washington’s win over Boise State

SEATTLE – Kelsey Plum matched her season high with 44 points and became the Pac-12’s career scoring leader in No. 11 Washington’s 92-66 win over Boise State on Sunday.


CCS men win Bigfoot-Cardinal Classic; NIC fourth

Cesar Sandoval scored 17 points to lead five Sasquatch in double figures and CC Spokane defeated the Pierce Raiders 89-80 to win the Bigfoot-Cardinal Classic at Spokane Community College on …


CCS men lose in title game at Red Devil Classic

Brevin Brown scored 22 points, Conner Moffatt 20 and Everett overcame a 12-point deficit in the second half to beat CC Spokane 93-89 in the Red Devil Classic championship game …


CC Spokane loses 2-1 in NWAC men’s soccer championship game

Eduardo Vaca-Trojillo’s penalty kick in the 54th minute proved to be the difference as the Tacoma CC Titans defeated the CC of Spokane Sasquatch 2-1 in the NWAC men’s soccer …


Men’s soccer: CCS, NIC both fall in conference matches

Jesus Delgado scored the match’s first three goals and Columbia Basin went on to a 3-1 NWAC victory over visiting CC Spokane on Wednesday.


Area volleyball teams trying to improve poll position

Coaches generally don’t put much stock in preseason polls, which is probably for the better given the gloomy projections for the area’s four Division I volleyball teams.


CC Spokane Sasquatch win Administrators Cup

The Community Colleges of Spokane has won a major athletic title.


Sasquatch women win NWAC track title; CCS men second

The Spokane CC women flooded the front of the pack in the 5,000-meter finale late in Tuesday’s session to power the Sasquatch to the team title at the Northwest Athletic …


Tanner Kovacevich hits 60-foot eagle putt as CCS wins men’s golf title

Tanner Kovacevich made a 60-foot eagle putt on the first playoff hole to give Community Colleges of Spokane its third straight Northwest Athletic Conference men’s golf championship on Monday in …


Area Roundup: Sasquatch duo 2nd at NWAC Multi Events Championships

A pair of Community Colleges of Spokane Sasquatch finished as runners-up at the Northwest Athletic Conference Multi Events Championship at Lane CC in Eugene, Oregon, on Tuesday.


College softball: Raynor home run powers North Idaho past SW Oregon in opener

Analisa Raynor hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the fourth inning and Katie Barron shut down Southwestern Oregon’s bats Thursday as the North Idaho Cardinals defeated the host Raccoons 3-1 …


CC Spokane men’s and women’s basketball teams will host playoff openers

After strong finishes in the Northwest Athletic Conference, the men’s and women’s teams at the Community Colleges of Spokane will host first-round postseason basketball games on Saturday.


CCS star Levi Taylor finds new life with basketball

Levi Taylor is making a fresh start in the sport he’d left behind years ago.


CC Spokane women cruise past Walla Walla

Bri King scored a game-high 20 points with four assists and the CC Spokane Sasquatch women (13-6, 2-2) dominated the second half en route to a 68-56 victory over the …


CCS men lose 86-82 at Whatcom

Matthew Seymour made five 3-pointers and scored 28 points in leading the Whatcom Orcas to an 86-82 victory over the CC Spokane men’s basketball team on Sunday in Bellingham.


CCS men win tournament in Eugene

Tournament MVP Jacob DeVries scored 29 points and CC Spokane stormed back to beat the Seattle Mountaineers 103-100 to win the Dale J. Bates Invitational in Eugene on Sunday.


CCS men and women advance to tournament semifinals

CCS men advance at Bates Invitational while the women win at the Everett Tournament in basketball.


North Idaho wins Bigfoot-Cardinal Classic men’s basketball tournament; CCS third

NIC wins Bigfoot-Cardinal Classic championship; CCS third