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  • Montgomery Moves Past Adams

    The Seattle Seahawks traded for defensive tackle Glenn Montgomery in the off-season to keep the pressure on Sam Adams. Because Adams, the team’s talented 23-year-old former first-round draft choice, missed …


  • Shadle Stuns Gonzaga In Gsl Opener Highlanders Shut Down Prep 10-7; Lc Defense Stifles Ferris 17-12

    The Shadle defense, as evidenced by Tom Mohr’s hard hit on G-Prep QB Kevin O’Connell, puts the clamps on the Bullpups. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review


  • Cusick Comes Back To Defeat Rosalia

    B-8 roundup Senior Justin Finley’s 80-yard kickoff return capped a Cusick comeback in the Panthers’ 26-20 win over Rosalia Friday night at Cusick. The Spartans took an 8-0 lead in …


  • Sizzlin’ Fitz Leads Gorillas Over Wildcats

    B-11 roundup Josh FitzPatrick rushed for 162 yards and three touchdowns Friday as Davenport began defense of its state title with a 32-13 Northeast B-11 win over Wilbur-Creston at Wilbur. …


  • Ev’s Fast Start Finishes Cda

    East Valley’s Trevor Eastman keeps the Coeur d’Alene defense at arm’s length during the Knights’ 41-19 victory Friday night. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review


  • Gsl At A Glance

    Shadle Park 10, G-Prep 7 Key play Trailing 3-0, the Bullpups drove deep into Highlanders territory but had a run inside the 5 wiped out by a penalty that pushed …


  • Mort Rambles For 235 As Post Falls Breezes

    Senior running back Josh Mort carried the ball 13 times for 194 yards and three touchdowns, one from 74 yards out, in the first half to lead Post Falls to …


  • Vikings Stumble At Home East Valley Rolls To 28-0 Lead To Send Cda To Its Second Loss

    East Valley’s Trevor Eastman keeps the Coeur d’Alene defense at arm’s length during the Knights’ 41-19 victory Friday night. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review


  • Still More Bad Vibes For Ewu

    A 3-8 season leaves plenty of scars, both physically and emotionally. It is not surprising, then, that Eastern Washington coach Mike Kramer harbors dark, depressing memories of nearly every stop …


  • Sports People

    Spokane’s Chad Little qualified 12th behind record-setting polesitter Ricky Craven for today’s MBNA 200 at Dover Downs International Speedway… . Sandy Barbour was named Tulane A.D., becoming the …


  • Post Falls Rips Bonners Ferry As Mort Rolls

    For those who may have a bit of a superstitious streak, Post Falls’ Friday the 13th 40-8 non-league football victory over the Bonners Ferry Badgers featured at least one interesting …


  • Thielbahr’s Runs, Defense Lead Dogs

    Although many people don’t think of high school football players as genius material the Sandpoint Bulldogs broke the game down into a simple equation: Swarming defense plus solid offense equals …


  • Ferguson Returns To Duty, Leads Miami Past Rutgers

    Danyell Ferguson returned from a two-game suspension and woke up a sputtering offense with thirdquarter touchdown runs of 31 and 1 yards, leading No. 10 Miami to a 33-0 victory …


  • Dinner Honors Shula

    Some 900 of Don Shula’s closest friends paid tribute to the coach who won two Super Bowls and an NFL-record 347 games. Celebrities, dignitaries and NFL players past and present …


  • Nc Gives Mead A Scare As Gsl Football Kicks Off

    1. Toby Rose of North Central leaves Mead in the dust in the first half. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The Spokesman-Review 2. Mead running back Scott McGlockin (33) drives for yardage …


  • Horrors! Jets, Giants Continue To Play

    In the stadium by the swamp, in the city off a ramp, in the state so nice they’ll toll you on roads twice, currently unfolds a macabre, eerie, ghastly, hideous, …


  • Kansas City, Bono Share Sunny Outlook This Season

    Oh, the futility. A paltry 494 yards gained in two games. A measly 3.7 yards per rush. An offense that generated one touchdown last Sunday. A quarterback who was 11 …


  • Central Washington Put On Alert As Hungry Pirates Land In Yakima

    One team enters the season riding the wave of a national championship. The other still is dog paddling through the undertow of a 1-8 season. So why is Whitworth College …


  • Gsl At A Glance

    Mead 27, NC 17 Turning point Mead opened the second half with a 62-yard drive to cut NC’s lead to 10-7, but on the ensuing possession, NC quarterback Mike Caballero …


  • Jets Put Big Money On Field By Naming Johnson A Starter

    Grumbling finally pays off for Keyshawn Johnson, who will start for Jets on Sunday. Photo by Associated Press


  • Frontier At A Glance

    Cheney Blackhawks 1995 record: 7-0-0, 9-1-0, first place, lost in first round of state playoffs to Prosser. Coach: Tom Oswald Years coaching and record: 24, 19th at Cheney, 170-134-9


  • Odessa Primed For Title Senior-Dominated Lineup Makes Tigers Favorite For Neb-8, State

    Senior quarterback Randy Carlson may give coach Myron Kramer and Odessa much to smile about this season. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review


  • Carter Offers New Wrinkle For Chiefs

    Move over, Deion. Here comes Dale. While some of Kansas City’s full-time pass-catchers let injuries heal this week, two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Dale Carter is working out at wide receiver.


  • Gsl At A Glance

    Wil Beck is a player to watch. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The Spokesman-Review


  • Usc Star Apparently Lied

    Delon Washington, Southern California’s leading rusher last season, apparently drew his current three-game suspension for lying to Pacific-10 officials. Coach John Robinson confirmed that an inquiry into a USC class …


  • Touchet Keeps Edge In Seb-8 Big Losses To Graduation Hurt, But Indians Still Team To Beat

    John Hergert gives St. John-Endicott a leg up in the trenches. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review


  • Packers Jump On Eagles

    The Green Bay defense is making it easier for the offense to get into the end zone and let Robert Brooks get up close and personal with the fans in …


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  • Fortney Remains UW’s No. 1 Qb But Huard’s Relief Role Earns Him More Practice Time With 1st Team

    For his brilliant relief performance against Arizona State on Saturday night, University of Washington redshirt freshman quarterback Brock Huard will get more work with the first team. In practice. Huard, …


  • Erickson Alters His Course, Decides To Stick With Mirer

    As Seattle Seahawks players ran wind sprints at their training facility Monday afternoon, Rick Mirer carried a football. John Friesz didn’t. And that’s the way it’ll be on Sunday when …

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