Reigning State 4A football champion Gonzaga Prep was a near-unanimous No. 1 pick in the Associated Press Washington preseason rankings released Wednesday.
Quick – what was the prevailing theme as Greater Spokane League football teams held their first practices of the 2016 season?
Central Valley senior-to-be kicker Ryan Rehkow has had a dream to play at Brigham Young University for a number of years.
Pat O’Donnell of Prairie Falls Golf Course recently won the amateur division of the Wildhorse Senior Oregon Open in Pendleton.
Emma Schanz (Colville-UCLA) finished 62nd in the 100-meter backstroke at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday with a time of 1 minute, 2.90 seconds.
A Colville swimmer is about to complete a journey that started in an undersized hotel swimming pool in a logging town and is culminating in four events in the upcoming …
Lewis and Clark’s Abby DeNike and Brooke Fager won the State 4A girls doubles title Saturday by rolling past Eastlake’s Nicole Yen and Kayla Lee 6-2, 6-2 in Richland.
After a dormant first day at the final four of the State 4A soccer tournament, the Central Valley Bears offense roared to life during Saturday’s consolation game victory over Snohomish.
TACOMA – Amanda Chan had modest goals heading into Star Track.
University and Central Valley both had rollercoaster first days at the State 4A softball tournament but the ride – and their seasons – came to an end Friday night.
The Central Valley Bears had to have known at some point their fortunes against the Wenatchee Panthers would change for the worse. They just wish the stakes hadn’t been so …
Central Valley’s Kyra Harames advanced to the girls singles semifinals by winning twice during the first day of the State 4A tennis championships in Richland.
TACOMA – The first 1,500 meters were much easier – if running a mile can be considered easy – for Justin Janke than the last 100 meters.
State golf roundup: Three Greater Spokane League boys advanced to Wednesday’s State 4A final round at Meadow Springs in Richland. Gonzaga Prep’s Patrick Parelius is tied for 17th after opening …
The Central Valley boys soccer team has been down this road before.
Gracee Dwyer has a large support system. But of all her fans, the biggest may be her older brother, Trayton Dwyer, who has cerebral palsy. For Gracee, seeing Trayton at …
The rain can prevent softball from being played, but it can’t stop University’s offense from piling on runs.
When Zella Conley learns how to maneuver the 300-meter hurdles, watch out.
The stakes – berths in next week’s 4A semifinals – were already high enough for the boys soccer teams and their fans from Central Valley and Lewis and Clark high …
When Briegan Bester arrived at Central Valley High School, she was certain soccer would be the sport in which she would excel. Little did Bester know that her sporting career …
The match had barely ended when Mt. Spokane soccer coach Ryan Campanella began to rewind the plays in his mind.
With less than four minutes left in the Central Valley Bears’ State 4A boys soccer first-round match with Davis on Tuesday, Chase Reidt knew that if he could find a …
The pressure of state playoffs should be no sweat for the Mt. Spokane and Lewis and Clark boys soccer teams.
The Central Valley boys soccer team is back in the state playoffs.
After the way she ran in her preliminary heat Thursday, Zella Conley figured she had a chance at breaking a three-decades old district record. The Mead sophomore was right as …
Central Valley and University coaches Joe Stanton and Jon Schuh agreed they had nothing to lose when squaring off in the District 8 4A championship softball game.
The Post Falls golf team has a motto: No excuses.
Third time’s a charm … defense wins championships … play with a chip on your shoulder. The Lewis and Clark soccer team turned all those clichés to their advantage Thursday …
Central Valley softball coach Joe Stanton said his players needed to make a statement – to themselves.
It was obvious from the outset that the 4A district championship baseball game Friday between Greater Spokane League co-champions Central Valley and Gonzaga Prep was going to be a stare-down.