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  • State spotlight shines brightest on GSL girls basketball last 25 years

    The Greater Spokane League has become the premiere league for girls high school basketball over the past quarter century in the state of Washington. Most area schools started their present-day …


  • Ferris girls coach Coulter calls it quits

    Rob Coulter plans to stay around basketball but not as the Ferris girls coach. He will have three boys – ages 12, 7 and 5 – playing basketball next year.


  • Panthers continue to win

    Mead used a big second quarter to put Shadle Park in a hole it couldn’t climb out of in Greater Spokane League girls basketball Thursday at Shadle, winning 70-59. The …


  • Panthers get over hump against Titans

    Mead junior basketball standout Delany Junkermier was in eighth grade the last time the Panthers beat the University Titans. The lone blemish on second-ranked Mead’s record going into Greater Spokane …


  • Prep fends off CV

    The Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team remained in a first-place tie Tuesday, but it was anything but easy. The visiting Central Valley Bears pushed the Bullpups for four quarters before …


  • G-Prep avoids upset against NC

    It was all the Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team could do Friday night to hold off the upset-minded North Central Indians. Post Otiona Gildon made a basket with 45 seconds …


  • GSL girls roundup: G-Prep edges Shadle Park

    Shadle Park had the ball in the waning seconds before Mary Hoffman got a steal to preserve Gonzaga Prep’s 65-63 win Saturday afternoon in a Greater Spokane League girls basketball …


  • Mead goes long to win

    The Mead girls basketball team has four starters listed at 6-feet or taller. The way they shot the basketball, their size advantage over Gonzaga Prep proved almost irrelevant. The Panther …


  • Gonzaga Prep picked to win GSL girls basketball title

    When Gonzaga Prep coach Mike Arte returned his preseason questionnaire, he put a zero in the space for returning starters. That’s true but it’s misleading.


  • Gonzaga Prep girls surprise CV for district title

    Greater Spokane League regular-season girls basketball champion Central Valley discovered there’s no defense against a team playing with superior quickness and execution. League runner-up Gonzaga Prep sliced and diced its …


  • Shadle girls capture district crown

    Shadle Park took a tip from University and parlayed it into a 41-35 victory and the District 8 3A girls basketball championship Thursday evening at U-Hi. As a result, the …


  • No. 1 Bears trounce LC at 4A district opener

    Freddie Rehkow had a key admonishment for his Central Valley girls basketball players as the postseason began Tuesday. “I told them it’s time to put their big-girl britches on and …


  • No. 1 Bears trounce LC at 4A district opener

    Freddie Rehkow had a key admonishment for his Central Valley girls basketball players as the postseason began Tuesday.


  • Shadle’s Hathaway stands at pinnacle

    Shadle Park senior Aleisha Hathaway is at the head of her class in more ways than one.


  • G-Prep girls beat Mt. Spokane, clinch second in GSL

    The Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team secured second place Tuesday in the Greater Spokane League. The visiting Bullpups outscored the Mt. Spokane Wildcats 21-4 in the deciding second quarter as …


  • Central Valley girls claim GSL title

    The Central Valley girls basketball team captured its second Greater Spokane League championship in three years Saturday. The No. 1-ranked Bears put four players in double-figure scoring to coast past …


  • Shadle Park girls knock off No. 1 Central Valley

    The surging Shadle Park Highlanders put a Hert on the No. 1-ranked Central Valley Bears. Hert made a basket with 9 seconds remaining to lift Shadle Park to a 54-53 …


  • Mt. Spokane girls make some school history with win

    It’s been a long time coming but the Mt. Spokane girls basketball team finally broke through against its district rival. The Wildcats beat the Mead Panthers for the first time …


  • Shadle Park girls rally to beat G-Prep

    The Redemption Tour continues for the Shadle Park girls basketball team. After going 5-4 in the first half of the Greater Spokane League schedule, Shadle Park registered its most impressive …


  • Shadle Park girls continue surge

    The Redemption Tour continues for the Shadle Park girls basketball team.


  • No. 1 Bears rally to edge G-Prep

    For a third straight game, the No. 1-ranked Central Valley girls basketball team had to come from behind to win. And the Bears took it down to the final seconds, …


  • Mead puts a scare into CV

    Mead gave the No. 1-ranked Central Valley Bears their toughest basketball game to date on Friday. The visiting Panthers took a 48-43 lead into the fourth quarter before the Bears …


  • Central Valley girls improve to 10-0

    The 4A No. 1-ranked Central Valley girls’ toughest basketball games so far in the Greater Spokane League have come against the 3A teams. It was no different Tuesday, especially considering …


  • LC girls trip up Gonzaga in physical game

    There’s no love lost when Lewis and Clark and Gonzaga Prep girls basketball teams square off. It was evident Friday night in the intensity and physical play of their game …


  • Hathaway scores 24 as Shadle girls top Ferris

    It’s the kind of breakout game that Shadle Park senior Aleisha Hathaway has been waiting for. The three-year starter and four-year letterman scored a season-high 24 points to go with …


  • LC girls send U-Hi to first loss

    After losing senior point guard Devyn Galland to a knee injury and coming off an overtime setback to Shadle Park, the Lewis and Clark girls basketball team needed something to …


  • Shadle Park girls top LC in overtime

    It was a reversal of fortunes in the Lewis and Clark vs. Shadle Park girls basketball game Tuesday. LC opened a 39-25 lead in the first half before Shadle Park …


  • GSL Preview Girls

    All-leaguers The three first-team returners are as good as they get. Back are seniors Devyn Galland of Lewis and Clark, Brooke Gallaway of Central Valley and Aleisha Hathaway of Shadle …


  • LC girls appear well-stocked to defend state title

    There’s no question which girls basketball league in the state is the toughest. Look no further than the Lilac City.


  • G-Prep girls make state for third time

    The coaching mantra that one player won’t beat you was never more evident than Tuesday night at Gonzaga Prep. Moses Lake four-year starter and college-bound standout Jordan Loera is one …

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