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Area basketball roundup: Sasquatch men, women post wins

Dean Richey poured in a game-high 24 points and handed out seven assists and Jake Love totaled 21 points and a game-high eight rebounds to propel the Community Colleges of …


Reardan product Kelsey Moos helps lead Arizona State women past WSU

Katie Hempen hit four 3-pointers and all seven of her free throws for a career-high 21 points, leading No. 18 Arizona State to its ninth-straight win as the Sun Devils …


NWAACC rebrands with new name, logo

The Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges has a new name, and a new acronym. The pronunciation of that acronym, however, will stay the same. The Pacific Northwest’s league of …


Droughts costly as Sasquatch eliminated

Scoring droughts proved costly to the Community Colleges of Spokane men and women at the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges basketball tournament on Monday in Walla Walla. The CCS …


Whitworth tops UPS again

Dustin McConnell scored 19 points and Colton McCargar added 17 as Whitworth continued its dominance over Puget Sound with an 84-74 Northwest Conference win Friday night in Tacoma. The win …


Cougars reach 4-0 in Pac-12 for first time

Sage Romberg’s 3-pointer with 2 minutes and 19 seconds remaining Saturday snapped a 73-all tie and keyed a 10-3 run as visiting Washington State topped Washington 85-79 in Pac-12 play …


Whitworth triumphs at Las Vegas tournament

Colton McCargar scored 21 points in leading Whitworth to an 84-77 victory over Wisconsin-Platteville on Sunday at the D3hoops.com Classic in Las Vegas. Dustin McConnell added 13 points, George Valle …


College basketball: CCS, NIC advance to Bigfoot title game

The Community Colleges of Spokane and North Idaho men’s basketball teams both won Saturday at the Bigfoot Classic at Spokane Falls Community College and will meet today for the title. …


Sasquatch split pair with Yaks

CC Spokane split a NWAACC baseball doubleheader with Yakima Valley on Thursday at Spokane Falls CC, losing the opener 9-3 but winning the second game 6-1. The visiting Yaks (17-9, …


Pirates women prevail

K.C. McConnell had 14 points and six rebounds as Whitworth beat visiting Willamette (0-15, 0-6) 69-50 in Northwest Conference women’s basketball Friday. The Pirates (11-5, 4-3) took advantage of 21 …


NIC sweeps CCS in nonconference volleyball match

Yang Yang had 14 kills and Brooklyn Bradbury and Allison Meehan combined for 41 assists as the North Idaho volleyball team swept Community Colleges of Spokane 25-20, 25-15 and 25-20 …


Idaho, Eastern contenders

It happens late in the preseason practice grind of every sport. “We’re definitely ready to play somebody else,” second-year Washington State volleyball coach Jen Greeny said. “We’ve had a great …


Sasquatch star Wynne has come long distance

Back in high school, recalls Preston Wynne, “The drive-and-fadeaway was my bread and butter.” But if basketball is a metaphor for life, he soon forgot where his bread was buttered.


Sasquatch star Wynne has come long distance

Back in high school, recalls Preston Wynne, “The drive-and-fadeaway was my bread and butter.” But if basketball is a metaphor for life, he soon forgot where his bread was buttered. …


CCS men route Wenatchee Valley

Tyler Edwards hit 5 of 6 three-point attempts on his way to 22 points and Preston Wynne added 20 more plus 12 steals as CC Spokane routed Wenatchee Valley 87-58 …


Roundup: Whitworth rallies for basketball win over Loggers

Felix Friedt and Idris Lasisi scored 21 points apiece as Whitworth stormed back in the second half and beat Puget Sound 80-67 in a Northwest Conference game Saturday at Memorial …


Friedt lifts Whitworth to victory over Chapman

Felix Friedt totaled game highs of 24 points and nine rebounds to power the 12th-ranked Whitworth Pirates (4-0) to a 58-44 victory over the Chapman Panthers (2-2) on Saturday in …


Whitworth, CCS, NIC in title mix

Midway through their conference seasons, three non-Division I volleyball programs in the region are pursuing titles. That’s not a surprise. Whitworth, North Idaho College and Community Colleges of Spokane are …


Whitworth, CCS, NIC in hunt for volleyball titles

Midway through their conference seasons, three non-Division I volleyball programs in the region are pursuing titles.


WSU’s Arnold sees final season hit skids

Chad Arnold has no regrets. Yet he regrets plenty. The former is personal. The latter is about this Washington State University baseball season, the home portion of which ends this …


Walla Walla CC takes both games of baseball over CC Spokane

CC Spokane opened its conference season by dropping a baseball doubleheader at Walla Walla, 9-2 and 4-2, on Wednesday. Taylor Hustad had three hits, including two doubles, in the opener …


CCS men defeat Treasure Valley

Danny Marshall scored a team-high 28 points to go with seven rebounds and Chaz Johnson added 20 points, six rebounds and five assists as the Community Colleges of Spokane (16-7, …


Area men’s basketball: No. 3 Pirates win again

David Riley poured in a game-high 27 points, Mike Taylor added 22 points and five assists and the third-ranked Whitworth Pirates rolled to an 84-70 victory over the Willamette Bearcats …


In brief: CCS men, women sweep

Sophomore post Matt Barnes (Shadle Park) led five players in double figures with 15 points Wednesday as Community Colleges of Spokane (10-4, 2-0) beat Wenatchee Valley (7-5, 1-1) 92-57 in …


Vucinich’s glove rescues Cougars

PULLMAN – In the college baseball hierarchy, the weekend series, whether they be league games or not, are the glamour contests. The mid-week games? They’re usually a place to test …


Washington State off to impressive start

The start itself is impressive, but how Washington State University began the 2010 baseball season is even more so. The Cougars returned from Lubbock, Texas, with a 6-0 record, their …


Zags, Cougs eager to play baseball

Unlike the past two years, the weather is cooperating as the Inland Northwest’s college baseball teams begin preparations for the 2010 season. “Hopefully it will continue, knock on wood,” said …


It takes all kinds for CC Spokane track

Nowhere does the notion of team get reshaped and diversified more than at the Community Colleges of Spokane. Take the track meet the Sasquatch are staging today at Spokane Falls …


NIC, CCS triumph at tourney

SALEM, Ore. – Community Colleges of Spokane and North Idaho College will meet in the second round of the Chemeketa Holiday Tournament today at 7 p.m. after victories on Saturday …