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  • Mt. Spokane turns to ground game to top NC

    Mt. Spokane survived two early interceptions with two picks of their own to hold North Central scoreless in the first half and win 33-7 in a Greater Spokane League 3A …


  • Mead loses State 4A quaterfinals to Auburn, 21-7

    AUBURN, Wash. – The Mead High football team was seemingly overcome by two opponents Saturday in a State 4A quarterfinals matchup: Auburn and the weather. The host Trojans, a mirror …


  • Mt. Spokane topples Rogers

    A pair of unheralded seniors weren’t about to let Mt. Spokane’s regular season end on a sour note. Third-string quarterback Tyler Huck passed for two touchdowns and ran for another …


  • Central Valley upsets Gonzaga Prep

    They won’t win a state title this year. They won’t even play for one. But sometimes, pride is more than enough – and on a cold and wet Friday night, …


  • University edges North Central

    The first three possessions that ended with interceptions proved ominous in a Greater Spokane League football finale between University and North Central. It was a downright spooky game in which …


  • Mead uses its defense to hold back Rogers

    Heavy preseason favorite Mead looked anything but the football team expected to waltz through the Greater Spokane League – at least everywhere but on defense. The Panthers hunkered down in …


  • Rehkow’s 67-yard kick still has legs the next day

    The Shadle Park students had congregated near the south end zone at Joe Albi Stadium, poised to rush the field in seconds after their Highlanders upset the Central Valley Bears. …


  • Mead defeats Central Valley

    The Mead football team’s offense played as if it needed to get to the sidelines as quickly as possible Thursday. The Panthers needed just nine plays and 3 minutes and …


  • Mead bounces back with rout of Shadle Park

    How does a football team respond a week after a deflating loss? How about eight touchdowns in the first half, four in the game’s first 9 minutes. That’s how the …


  • Running game powers Bullpups past NC

    Griffin Hare ran for 315 yards on 27 carries and the Gonzaga Prep defense forced four turnovers as the Bullpups raced past North Central 45-12 in a Greater Spokane League …


  • Central Valley punishes Lewis and Clark

    Brandon McClung didn’t just fill a big pair of shoes – figuratively speaking – Friday night. He shined them, broke them in and wore them out – and he picked …


  • Rypien guides Shadle to season-opening win

    Like a certain uncle who piled up yards at Joe Albi Stadium a couple of decades ago for Shadle Park, another Rypien appears as if he might throw up some …


  • Whirlwind tour takes in every GSL football practice

    From Hillyard to just west of Green Bluff, from Ferris to Mead, from Central Valley to Albi Stadium and four stops in between, Wednesday was an ambitious day for this …


  • Ferris trio headed to Idaho State

    It’s been a whirlwind couple of days for Ferris standout defensive end Drew Sharkey. On Sunday, Sharkey gave an oral commitment to Eastern Washington University. On Monday, a late offer …


  • CV tops Chiawana for Ferris rematch

    PASCO – Almost a year ago to the day, the Chiawana football team pounded an overmatched Central Valley team by 28 points in the 4A regional crossover playoffs in Pasco. …


  • Saxons recover to vanquish Ike

    In a game littered with turnovers, the Ferris Saxons took advantage of the last two by the Eisenhower Cadets. A fumble recovery by senior linebacker Cole Lemer at the Cadets’ …


  • Mead races past Davis 58-7

    There’s something about a fast start for a speedy team that borders on criminal. That’s exactly what happened for the Mead Panthers, and the victims, the Davis Pirates, couldn’t do …


  • Ferris advances to State 4A

    In a game littered with turnovers, the Ferris Saxons took advantage of the last two by the Eisenhower Cadets.


  • U-Hi, Mt. Spokane lose 3A playoffs

    All eyes were on quarterbacks Matt Mendenhall and Conner Johnson when Southridge traveled to University for a State 3A play-in football game. Unfortunately, the Titans’ secondary couldn’t keep track of …


  • Mead races past Davis 68-22

    Something about a fast start for a speedy team that borders on criminal. That’s exactly what happened for the Mead Panthers, and the victim, the Davis Pirates, couldn’t do anything …


  • Wildcats advance

    The Mt. Spokane Wildcats took all the drama out of which team would secure the second 3A football play-in berth by halftime as the Greater Spokane League concluded regular-season play …


  • Mt. Spokane advances to 3A playoffs

    The Mt. Spokane Wildcats took all the drama out of which team would secure the second 3A football play-in berth by halftime as the Greater Spokane League concluded regular-season play …


  • CV secures last 4A seed; Mead earns top seed

    Grayson Sykes calls it the Pony Express. Whatever you call it, the junior Central Valley running back delivered the mail in crunch time Thursday.


  • U-Hi quarterback Johnson blossoms in short time

    F acebook can be a mean social media tool sometimes. Just ask University senior Conner Johnson, who two years after transferring from Gonzaga Prep to University is still called a …


  • Ferris edges Lewis and Clark

    Everyone knows what Ben Goodwin can do when he’s behind center. But Ferris’s senior quarterback made his biggest impact with his foot.


  • Mead knocks off Gonzaga Prep

    Sean Carty doesn’t care if his Mead Panthers football team wins the Greater Spokane League championship outright or shares the title.


  • Central Valley rambles past North Central

    Central Valley’s football team accomplished what it aimed for, a date with Lewis and Clark next week in a Greater Spokane League playoff showdown, by dominating North Central 54-10 Thursday …


  • LC football ties for first place

    The blue-collar Lewis and Clark Tigers did it again Friday.


  • Mead upsets top-ranked Ferris

    Mead stunned the No. 1-ranked Saxons 35-14 in a Greater Spokane League football game Thursday at Joe Albi Stadium.


  • U-Hi football posts crucial 3A win

    The University football team is on the brink of school history.

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