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Despite city go-ahead on sportsplex, confusion surrounds stadium developments

No local issue has earned as much confusion, even among the supposedly well informed, as the advisory vote on where to locate a new 5,000-seat stadium.


UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 31, 2018, 12:48 p.m.

2018 Prep Football Preview: Gonzaga Prep, Mt. Spokane returning quarterbacks step up as leaders

There’s a eerie familiarity between two of the top teams in the Greater Spokane League. Both come off bitter losses in last year’s state tournaments. Both enter play ranked in …


2018 Prep Football Preview: Shadle Park’s dynamic duo has high hopes

Shadle Park boasts 30 returning lettermen and 11 starters, including its all-league combo of senior quarterback Carson Doyle and junior wide receiver Xavier Atkins.


UPDATED: Sat., May 19, 2018, 8:32 p.m.

GSL track and field: Central Valley, Lewis and Clark girls share district title

To finish tied in a Greater Spokane League track and field dual is rare. To do the same thing in the District 8 4A meet – well, it’s unheard of.


Prep golf: District 8 champions take different paths to winner’s circle

There is any number of ways to win a golf tournament.


Red-hot Saxons two wins from State 4A playoffs

After spending a season on the edge, the Ferris boys soccer team is on the brink of something special.


UPDATED: Fri., March 16, 2018, 10:52 p.m.

Boise State’s Riley Lupfer takes her game from courts around Spokane to NCAA Tournament

Riley Lupfer wasn’t looking to be lost and forgotten in her years on the Greater Spokane League basketball courts.


UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 30, 2018, 10:44 p.m.

GSL boys: Shamrock Campbell, Ferris too much for CV

Shamrock Campbell scored 22 points and visiting Ferris (16-3, 10-3 GSL) downed Central Valley (10-9, 8-5) 56-41 on Tuesday night in a Greater Spokane League game.


Top-ranked Gonzaga Prep boys keep focus on holding off Lewis and Clark

Jamaari Jones may well be a prophet.


Tuesday tiebreaker on tap for GSL’s third 4A football seed

The football regular season in over, yet the 4A Greater Spokane League playoff seedings still have not been completely settled.


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 22, 2017, 11:14 p.m.

Grant Hannan leads Central Valley past North Central, 41-7

Grant Hannan is getting the hang of this starting quarterback thing. In Central Valley’s 41-7 Greater Spokane League pasting of visiting North Central on Friday, the former back-up looked like …


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 22, 2017, 11:19 p.m.

Late fumble return for touchdown helps Gonzaga Prep hold off Mt. Spokane

Mt. Spokane was in the red zone, threatening to cut into Gonzaga Prep’s one-touchdown lead.


2017 GSL 3A preview: Mt. Spokane, Shadle Park have lofty ambitions

Ever since the 3A classification came into existence, Mt. Spokane has been at the top or near the top in Greater Spokane League football. Expect more of the same this …


2017 GSL 4A preview: Gonzaga Prep loaded for another deep state run

Does Dave McKenna’s Gonzaga Prep Bulldogs have the makings of the team that went 14-0 and captured the State 4A championship two years ago? Time will tell.


GSL Media Day: Sans blocking sled, Greg Lee takes tour of GSL football teams

The air in the SWX sports studio was chock full of optimism Monday. Powered by NWPrepsNow, The Spokesman-Review and SWX sponsored the first Greater Spokane League Football Media Day – …


UPDATED: Wed., June 21, 2017, 10:49 a.m.

Greg Lee: GSL basketball teams ready for new look

When Greater Spokane League administrators decided to break football into two divisions, many thought that would ultimately lead to other sports wanting the same.


Greg Lee: Hermiston’s move to MCC greatly benefits GSL

Hermiston’s acceptance by the WIAA as a member school will prove beneficial to not only the Mid-Columbia Conference but for the Greater Spokane League, too.


Prep softball notes: Shadle Park’s Jaya Allen was perfectly perfect, fanning every batter

Guy Perham admitted he didn’t know that he had a perfect game on his hands until the final inning. It was the bottom of the fifth and the Highlanders were …


Early track season sees promising times

Early season track times are like watching a competitive auction. The opening bid rarely wins the prize. But there have been some interesting opening bids.


With strong returning lineup, CV baseball off to a good start

Central Valley’s baseball team likely to be in the race for the GSL title.


East Valley boys soccer has chemistry now

Knights have strong returning lineup, and will next year, too.


Central Valley girls again undefeated in GSL

Central Valley girls again undefeated as they win their second straight GSL title.


CV senior ready to continue family’s dominance on the wrestling mat

Bridger Beard is the fifth of Ron and Cindy Beard 10 children – nine boys and a girl. This year, for the first time in his high school career, he …


Assistants step up, coach CV gymnastics

Lizzie Roberg and her coaching partner Brittney Schmidt have bigger jobs this year.


GSL boys basketball: Ferris holds off Lewis and Clark in overtime

There were merciless student sections, a brief clock controversy, a buzzer beater and an intense overtime Thursday between Spokane’s two South Hill rivals.


GSL girls: Aaliyah Pauling helps Mead holds off Lewis and Clark in overtime

GSL girls: Quantae Anderson, the Mead Panthers girls basketball head coach, has some not-so-fond memories at the Lewis and Clark High School gymnasium.


Girls basketball: Defending state champs Central Valley dominate Ferris in league opener

Lacie and Lexi Hull led defending 4A state champion Central Valley to a dominating 74-8 victory over host Ferris in the Greater Spokane League opener for both teams on Tuesday.


Boys basketball: Anton Watson paces Gonzaga Prep over Rogers in the Greater Spokane League opener

Anton Watson scored 32 points with 15 rebounds and Gonzaga Prep outlasted Rogers 53-42 in the Greater Spokane League opener for both teams on Tuesday.


Return of Tanner Groves, Andreas Brown has Highlanders excited

It’s a rarity that a high school basketball team returns two all-league players, including the reigning league MVP. It’s ever rarer still that one has already signed a letter of …


Spokane Valley basketball teams preparing for tipoff

The first day of high school basketball practice is special, bringing together the hopes and dreams of players who just want a shot at making the team and the long-term …