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  • Corey Prugh scrambled on 18 to make birdie to win the Rosauers Open at Indian Canyon.

    Corey Prugh has won four Rosauers Open Invitational titles, but he might have outdone himself for sheer drama with his latest triumph Sunday at Indian Canyon. That’s saying something because …


  • Derek Barron leads Rosauers Open by two shots

    There’s a nice big leaderboard for the Rosauers Open Invitational near Indian Canyon’s 18th green and once again it will feature many of the Pacific Northwest’s best golfers. Puyallup’s Derek …


  • Derek Barron leads Rosauers Open by two shots

    There’s a nice big leaderboard for the Rosauers Open Invitational near Indian Canyon’s 18th green and once again it will feature many of the Pacific Northwest’s best golfers.


  • Rosauers Open: Indian Canyon enjoys rebirth

    The Rosauers Open Invitational is back at Indian Canyon, and Indian Canyon is getting back to being, well, Indian Canyon. The tournament was moved to MeadowWood a year ago when …


  • Three tied atop Rosauers leaderboard

    It was good to have 8:27 tee times for the opening round of the Rosauers Open Invitational. David Phay and Brian Thornton were paired together on the first tee and …


  • Three tied atop Rosauers leaderboard

    It was good to have 8:27 tee times for the opening round of the Rosauers Open Invitational. David Phay and Brian Thornton were paired together on the first tee and …


  • Straughan piles up numbers for Stillman

    Josh Straughan appears to have picked up where he left off a year ago for the Stillman College football team. Straughan, the former Colton High School quarterback who threw for …


  • Former LC standout will play in Germany

    Brittany Kennedy, the Greater Spokane League’s most valuable player for Lewis and Clark during the 2007-08 girls basketball season, has signed a professional contract with the Saarlouis Royals of the …


  • Seven within two shots of co-leaders at Rosauers Open

    Several familiar names worked their way up the leaderboard Saturday at the 26th Rosauers Open Invitational, and they were a bit surprised they didn’t have to work harder to get …


  • Indian Canyon looks to toughen up for Rosauers

    There was a time when the winning score at the Rosauers Open Invitational was 7-under par. Twice, in fact, in back-to-back years by champion Greg Whisman. In the eight years …


  • Grove wins Lilac with final-round 64

    Russell Grove has put himself in position to win late in golf tournaments several times, but hasn’t been able to close the deal. He closed Sunday in a big way, …


  • Humphrey holds on to Lilac lead after three rounds

    Jason Humphrey has been here before, roughly one year ago.


  • Big Ten, Pac-12 bowl together

    College football: With an emphasis on destination diversity and expanding West Coast markets, the Big Ten and Pac-12 are strengthening their traditional ties with a pair of matchups in California …


  • In brief: Nelson finally gets gold medal

    Track and field: With one of his young daughters in his arms and the other clinging to his back, American shot putter Adam Nelson finally took his long-awaited victory lap. …


  • With 5-shot lead gone, Phay birdies final hole for victory

    David Phay wanted to see how his nerves would hold up against quality competition in the final round of the 25th annual Rosauers Open Invitational. He got his wish. And …


  • In brief: Chiefs select Czech Republic’s Rimmel in import draft

    Junior hockey: The Spokane Chiefs picked Mikulas Rimmel with the 41st overall selection in Wednesday’s Canadian Hockey League import draft. Rimmel, a 17-year-old forward from the Czech Republic, scored 11 …


  • Prugh conquered Qualchan with 61

    Corey Prugh has had a goal of shooting 10-under-par for years. He’s been 9 under several times. “But it just sounds cooler to be 10 under,” the assistant pro at …


  • Prugh conquers Qualchan with 61

    Corey Prugh has had a goal of shooting 10-under-par for years. He’s been 9 under several times. “But it just sounds cooler to be 10 under,” the assistant pro at …


  • Prughs receive special awards at Hudson Cup

    It was nearly a perfect weekend for the Prugh family of Spokane at the 63rd Hudson Cup golf matches last weekend in Lake Oswego, Ore. Steve Prugh, the longtime head …


  • WSU basketball recruit Greg Sequele won’t enroll

    Basketball: Washington State lost one of its two big men from its 2011 recruiting class, the school said Thursday. Greg Sequele, a 6-foot-8, 225-pound forward from Ribet Academy in Southern …


  • Manito assistant pro wins Rosauers title

    After putting together 36 solid but relatively uneventful holes during the first two days of the 24th annual Rosauers Open Invitation golf tournament, Corey Prugh hopped on what resembled an …


  • Prugh wins second Rosauers Open

    After putting together 36 solid but relatively uneventful holes during the first two days of the 24th annual Rosauers Open Invitation golf tournament, Corey Prugh hopped on what resembled an …


  • Lucas Pope breaks Idaho’s outdoor pole vault record

    Lucas Pope broke Idaho’s outdoor record in the pole vault and became Western Athletic Conference champion for the third time at the conference track and field meet Thursday in Honolulu. …


  • Kelly hangs on to win Rosauers

    As he stepped to the tee box on the 18th hole of Sunday’s final round of the Rosauers Open Invitational golf tournament, Kyle Kelly had an inkling his lead might …

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