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Blanchette: Eastern deserves credit for showing talent, moxie

The biggest football victory in Eastern Washington football history … well, don’t kid yourselves. It was six years ago when there was a national championship at stake.


WSU-EWU: players of the game

Players of the game


WSU moments

WSU moments


Area roundup: No. 5 Washington volleyball avoids upset against Idaho

Idaho had a chance at a volleyball upset against No. 5 Washington, but in the end the Huskies prevailed with a 25-18, 19-25, 25-21, 25-16 decision at the Seattle University …


EWU at WSU: Two-minute drill

The Cougars will have more talent at every position except for one. Cooper Kupp is probably the best receiver WSU will face all season, and he will make a case …


Locally: WSU to host volleyball clinics this fall

The Washington State volleyball coaching staff and players will host a series of “Little Spikers” clinics this fall for girls and boys ages 5 through 10.


EWU football vows to return to championship level

For Eastern Washington football fans, it was a November to forget: three straight losses and no postseason.


Eagles increase home games

For the first time in several years, Eastern Washington basketball fans will get to see their team play early and often at Reese Court. “If Eastern fans want to enjoy …


Locally: Papermill Printing teams excel at Washington State Senior Games

Several local athletes recently earned gold medals while competing in the Washington State Senior Games held in Olympia.


EWU wins Big Sky Conference President’s Cup

Eastern Washington University has won the Big Sky Conference Presidents’ Cup for the second consecutive year.


EWU will host subregional of Legends Classic

The Eastern Washington Eagles men’s basketball team will host Bryant on Nov. 21 in Cheney and either Seattle or Louisiana-Monroe the following day in a four-team subregional of the Legends …


Area coaches had special connection with Pat Summitt

Pat Summitt’s historic career not only made Tennessee women’s basketball a household name, her influence marched out of Knoxville and destroyed any notion that a woman or a mother couldn’t …


Montreal Alouettes acquire rights to former Oregon, EWU quarterback Vernon Adams

The Montreal Alouettes acquired the Canadian Football League rights to former Oregon quarterback Vernon Adams on Friday from the British Columbia Lions for a first-round pick next year.


Eastern deputy A.D. Halpin to become A.D. at Winthrop University

Eastern Washington deputy athletic director Ken Halpin has been named athletic director at Winthrop University, the South Carolina school announced Monday.


College track and field: Washington’s Katie Knight wins women’s 10,000 at Pac-12 Championships

Washington junior Katie Knight (North Central High) won her first Pac-12 Conference Championships title Saturday when she cruised to a 20-second victory in the women’s 10,000 meters at Husky Track …


College track and field: Eastern Washington athletes win three titles at Big Sky Championships

Seniors Katie Mahoney and Kaytlyn Coleman, and freshman Larry Still picked up wins Friday for Eastern Washington as the Big Conference outdoor track and field championships opened in Greeley, Colorado.


Washington will not raise I-90 speed limit to 75

The state decided Wednesday it will not raise the speed limit to 75 mph along rural portions of Interstate 90 in Eastern Washington.


Michael Roos heads 2016 class for EWU Athletics Hall of Fame

Michael Roos has his name on the Eastern Washington University football stadium. Now it’ll be enshrined in the trophy case inside Reese Court, too.


College tennis: Idaho’s Marianna Petrei named Big Sky women’s MVP

Idaho freshman Marianna Petrei was named Big Sky Conference women’s tennis Most Valuable Player, the conference announced Friday.


College sports: Four area athletes receive weekly honors

Eastern Washington senior Kaytlyn Coleman received her third consecutive athlete of the week honor Tuesday when the Big Sky Conference saluted her performance at the Mt. Sac Relays.


EWU receivers have good day at scrimmage

As the ball left quarterback Reilly Hennessey’s hand late in Saturday’s scrimmage, Eastern Washington receiver Simba Webster knew he had to make the catch.


Eastern Washington men expect to receive postseason nod

Eastern Washington didn’t earn the big prize at this year’s Big Sky Conference tournament, but the Eagles are getting some nice parting gifts.


Big Sky women’s basketball: Idaho State upsets EWU

Big Sky women


Ormsby names new top assistant in U.S. Attorney’s Office

The decision to promote Pamela DeRusha to first assistant U.S. attorney was made after criminal chief Aine Ahmed chose to step down from a management job, U.S. Attorney Mike Ormsby …


Women’s basketball: Phillips sparks EWU’s key win over Idaho

Tisha Phillips scored 22 points on 10-of-13 shooting and added six assists as Eastern Washington took over sole possession of second place in the Big Sky Conference with an 84-70 …


George Valle is Mr. Everything for Whitworth

George Valle was part of the first official recruiting class for Matt Logie after he was hired to lead Whitworth after Jim Hayford left for Eastern Washington.


Women’s basketball: Hodgins sets career scoring mark in Eagles’ win

Hayley Hodgins scored 24 points and surpassed Brenda Souther to become Eastern Washington’s all-time leading scorer in the Eagles’ 70-57 win over Portland State on Saturday at Reese Court in …


Women’s basketball: Eastern Washington tops Northern Colorado

Delaney Hodgins had 16 points, six rebounds and three assists and Eastern Washington beat Northern Colorado 66-57 in a Big Sky Conference game Saturday in Greeley, Colorado. The win was …


Area roundup: EWU’s Coleman, Tarbert earn Big Sky track and field honors

Area roundup


Women’s basketball: Ferenz provides spark in Vandals’ win

Idaho freshman Mikayla Ferenz came off the bench to score a season-high 25 points and Idaho pulled away in the second half and beat Northern Arizona 76-59 in a Big …