Mt. Spokane and Gonzaga Prep came up shy of the final four after both teams lost Tuesday at the State AA American Legion baseball tournament in Mt. Vernon and Burlington.
It will be two more years before a pair of Inland Northwest high school football players head off to college, but they have given early commitments to one of the …
The 52nd East/West all-star football game was a defensive delight.
Daniel Roy, 16, of Gonzaga Prep, finished in sixth place Wednesday in the 200-meter breaststroke semifinals at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska. Roy missed a spot in Thursday’s …
Liam Bell went to quarterback camps throughout his high school career.
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 …
State champions are ever present in the Spokane Youth Sports Awards, which were announced during a ceremony Monday.
The first thing immediately noticeable about Mason Plese is the sincerity in his smile. When he looked around at the strangers surrounding him in Starbucks, they all returned it, glowing …
Nick Johnson never led until he leaned at the finish line.
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 …
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.
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.
All Central Valley had to do Monday was beat Gonzaga Prep at the Bullpups’ house on Senior Day to secure at least a portion of the Greater Spokane League championship.
Gonzaga Prep’s Destination Imagination team recently won the Washington state competition and is headed to Knoxville, Tennessee, to compete at the global level.
For four days last week, Jeremy Thielbahr wasn’t Eastside Catholic’s football coach.
Mead’s Justin Richardson had one thought as the ball landed at his feet in front of the Gonzaga Prep goal Wednesday afternoon.
In a battle of Greater Spokane League heavyweights, Gonzaga Prep invaded Mt. Spokane’s field Thursday and handed the Wildcats a 7-1 defeat in a game that had been close for …
While CV is a near-unanimous pick to win the Greater Spokane League title, Lewis and Clark figures to be the Bears’ closest challenger.
TACOMA – The Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team expected to be playing for a state championship. So the Bullpups aren’t going to settle for a moral victory. Not when they …
It shouldn’t be a surprise that the Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team started with a bang at the Tacoma Dome on Thursday.
It’s never been done in the 4A classification and just a couple of times in 1B. So the opportunity that stands before the Gonzaga Prep and Almira/Coulee-Hartline boys basketball teams …
Sam Carter, of Gonzaga Prep, has gone to state debate for four years running and to the national championships twice.
From 4A to 1B, teams learned their first-round draws Sunday.
While area boys and girls basketball coaches awaited Sunday news about sites and times for state regional games, they started making calls trying to land video and scouting information. One …
Cameron Tucker scored 22 points, Ryan Rehkow added 14 and Central Valley claimed the top seed to the 4A regional tournament after beating Lewis and Clark 67-57 at Central Valley.
Neither Lewis and Clark High nor its sophomore Naje Smith would be denied Saturday night in a first-round subregional game at Gonzaga Prep.
Matty McIntyre wasn’t trying to be prophetic.
Three games separated the top three Greater Spokane League 4A boys basketball teams in a tightly contested regular season.