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  • Gonzaga Prep turns tables on Mt. Spokane

    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 …


  • U-Hi’s Parsons in Big Sky golf title hunt

    University High School product Kaitlen Parsons is in second place after the second of three rounds at the Big Sky Golf Championships in Chandler, Ariz. Parsons, who competes for Northern …


  • LC’s Pate nearly perfect in victory

    Lewis and Clark senior Karver Pate couldn’t have come any closer to perfection in the Tigers’ 6-0 baseball win over host Mead on Friday. The left-handed senior gave up a …


  • Ferris sweeps Mead series

    The first 11 innings were essentially batting practice masquerading as a baseball game when Ferris and Mead faced off in their two-game Greater Spokane League series that began Friday and …


  • Entire GSL baseball lineup appears to be improving

    As far as baseball seasons go, last year treated the Greater Spokane League well. Three schools – Gonzaga Prep, Mead and Mt. Spokane – reached State 4A or 3A rounds …


  • G-Prep captures District 8 4A baseball title

    The District 8 4A baseball championship game had more drama than it needed – some of it provided by those not wearing gloves on the field – but the Gonzaga …


  • Mt. Spokane edges Ferris in GSL baseball

    Dr. Jekyll, meet Mr. Hyde. The good doctor’s offense offset his alter ego’s defensive shortcomings and Mt. Spokane held off host Ferris 8-7 in Greater Spokane League baseball. The victory …


  • Mead takes over first place in GSL baseball

    When opportunity knocked, Mead seized it and finds itself alone atop Greater Spokane League baseball. Gonzaga Prep’s shortcomings came home to roost and Dan Mattingly’s sixth-inning RBI double, followed by …


  • Mt. Spokane defeats Mead in baseball

    For the second consecutive day, Mt. Spokane faced an opponent’s ace on the road in Greater Spokane League baseball. While still without theirs – although Garrett Hoffnagle did a fine …


  • Sturgis tames Mt. Spokane

    Austin Sturgis has been a pitcher who University can hang its hat on. In a Greater Spokane League makeup baseball game on Monday at U-Hi, Sturgis was at his best. …


  • Mead bests Ferris

    The Greater Spokane League baseball season finally opened Monday and it was a case of too much Nick Sagendorf and judicious use of small ball that propelled Mead past Ferris …


  • Vikings chase 5A title

    Confident but not cocky. That explains the state of the Coeur d’Alene Vikings as they prepare for the Idaho 5A state tournament that begins Thursday at Hawks Memorial Stadium in …


  • Ferris’ Krustangel controls game with bat, catching abilities

    “Consistent” best describes Ryan Krustangel at the plate – whether he’s batting or catching. The left-handed hitting Ferris senior hit .464 a year ago in the Greater Spokane League and …


  • University wins 3A district baseball crown

    University junior pitcher Tim McBroom was shaking when assistant coach Don Ressa went to the mound in the first inning Thursday at Avista Stadium. McBroom entered the second game of …


  • Rowton a player

    If Danny Rowton had to pick one sport to play, there’s no hesitation which he’d select. The Shadle Park senior two-sport standout loves football more than baseball. A two-way, three-year …


  • Sharkey head coach in two sports at Ferris

    Jim Sharkey pulls a rare double in Washington, at least among 4A head coaches. He not only is the Ferris head football coach, but he’s also the Saxons’ head baseball …


  • Ferris pitcher Spencer Ansett shows perfect finesse

    A week ago, Spencer Ansett was contemplating a handful of college opportunities. When Ansett won a full-ride academic scholarship recently to Whitworth University, though, the Ferris baseball standout immediately knew …


  • Great Northern League baseball standings crowded at top

    Great Northern League baseball is bunched at the top. Clarkston and defending champion Cheney are tied in first at 8-2 and Pullman is a half game behind at 7-2.


  • Ferris holds off G-Prep to pull into first-place tie

    It’s a nice thing when your ace pitcher isn’t completely dialed in and your team finds a way to win anyway. Such was the case Wednesday afternoon when the Ferris …


  • Wakem sports new look – a goatee – and .500 batting average for U-Hi Titans

    The obvious difference in Thomas Wakem begins around his mouth. For the first time under University baseball coach Scott Sutherland, Titans are allowed to have facial hair this spring. The …


  • Carryover

    Brian Munhall had an inkling. The Gonzaga Prep coach had reason to be optimistic going into the season. The core of his team played on a AA American Legion team …


  • Spring preview Baseball

    GSL Seemingly every year many of the top players graduate and seemingly every year there’s concern there could be a drop-off in quality.


  • Birch swings U-Hi to baseball title

    After 17 games without a home run, University junior Jamie Birch made good on the old adage “practice makes perfect” by drilling a three-run homer in the fifth inning Thursday …


  • Hard work leads Mead Panthers’ Schrader to triple crown

    There’s no magical answer as to why Jake Schrader boosted his batting average by more than 200 points this spring. There’s nothing romantic about a kid saying he’s spent much …


  • Ferris stays in the hunt for district playoff spot

    Ferris baseball coach Jim Sharkey contended before the season began that there were six teams capable of challenging for the Greater Spokane League championship. Now that his Saxons have swept …


  • Prep roundup: Bears ride big inning to victory

    Sparked by Dane Berg’s double, 15 Central Valley hitters came to the plate in the fourth inning, and the Bears (10-1) scored 10 runs to blow past Greater Spokane League …


  • LC’s Poland pitches in

    For the last three years, Sage Poland has been at his best in center field. This year, the Lewis and Clark senior will most likely spend two of three games …


  • Prep roundup: Allard slams Mead

    Alex Allard smacked an opposite-field grand slam in the top of the fifth inning to break a 3-all tie and send the unbeaten Mt. Spokane Wildcats (7-0) to a 9-4 …


  • Baseball preview

    All-league returners Here are the first-team returners in the GSL, GNL and IEL.


  • Prep roundup: CV baseball routs Mead

    The Central Valley baseball team pulled within a game of second-place Mead on Tuesday. Now the Bears (11-3) will look to leapfrog the Panthers (12-2) in the return game at …


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