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  • Washington preps: McLachlan achieves his dream meet

    For years West Valley track and cross country coach Jim McLachlan has wanted to put on an overland meet with college teams at Plantes Ferry Park. This is the year. …


  • Prep roundup: Mt. Spokane beats LC for first time

    Mt. Spokane (1-2) used the hitting of Leanna Lloyd and an all-around defensive effort Tuesday night to earn its first win over visiting Lewis and Clark (1-2) in Greater Spokane …


  • Prep notebook: GSL football a 6-team race

    If anything has come out of the first three weeks of Greater Spokane League football, it is not to take any team for granted. University’s overtime win against Gonzaga Prep …


  • Roundup: Wildcats turn back G-Prep

    Ashley Berto and Delaney Zalud scored first-half goals Wednesday to lead Mt. Spokane (3-0) to a 2-0 win at Gonzaga Prep (3-1) in a Greater Spokane League girls soccer opener …


  • Ferris senior distance runner learns from past races

    Last spring, Ferris distance runner Adam Thorne became the talk of state track when he blazed to a large lead after a lap of the 3,200-meter run, only to be …


  • Doohan guides Bullpups to win

    Individual winner Alicia Doohan (21 minutes, 14 seconds for 3 miles) led Gonzaga Prep’s girls to victory Wednesday during a four-way Greater Spokane League season-opening cross country meet at Liberty …


  • Cross Country Boys

    Top GSL returners Adam Thorne, Ferris; Allan Schroeder, Mt. Spokane; Nathan Weitz, Shadle Park; Ben Johnston, NC; Alexander Avila, NC; Casey Adams, NC; Kenji Bierig, LC.


  • Washington preps: Not all routs take the worst route

    Linda Sheridan was in the formative stages of her storied Shadle Park coaching career when, as an equally young sports writer at the Spokane Valley Herald, I wrote critically of …


  • Idaho preps: Lakeland belongs with IEL teams

    By now you’ve heard that Lakeland is back in the Inland Empire League. Lakeland’s venture as a 4A independent lasted just a year. I’m not going to rehash the issues …


  • Cross country Girls

    Top GSL returners Baylee Mires, Mead; Andrea Nelson, Shadle Park; Alicia Doohan, Gonzaga Prep; Molly Cole, Mt. Spokane; Sarah Craig, Mt. Spokane; Alison Keenan, LC; Madi Barnes, CV; Katie Morris, …


  • Prep roundup: G-Prep goes distance, beats EV

    Seniors Haylee Brown (48 assists), Lizz Zabinski (11 digs) and Sammy Cossano (eight aces) helped Gonzaga Prep outlast visiting East Valley 26-24, 20-25, 22-25, 25-16, 15-7 in an entertaining Greater …


  • Panthers prevail in five games

    Mead showed why it is heavily favored to win another Greater Spokane League volleyball championship and challenge for a 4A state championship. Similarly, Mt. Spokane displayed why it will be …


  • CV hangs on

    To the players and fans it’s the Greasy Pig, but the way the University-Central Valley football game played out for a standing-room crowd at Sig T. Hansen Field on a …


  • LC tops Shadle Park

    Lewis and Clark used two first-half goals on its way to a 3-0 win over Shadle Park in a non-league girls soccer match between GSL teams Friday afternoon at Shadle. …


  • Prep roundup: Lake City sweeps Vikings

    Britta Forsythe had 12 kills and MacKenzie Brown added 12 digs as host Lake City (2-1) defeated Coeur d’Alene 25-19, 25-21, 25-19 in 5A Inland Empire League volleyball on Thursday. …


  • East Valley players overcoming ACL injuries

    Women’s sport and the dreaded acronym ACL tend to go hand in hand. Scarcely a year goes by, it seems, when another female star is felled by a torn anterior …


  • Ferris, NC will converge at Audubon

    The cross country season begins with a bang at 11 a.m. Saturday when three ranked boys teams in a national magazine’s preseason poll face off at Audubon Park in the …


  • Preview Area volleyball

    Returning All-GSL Alexis Olgard, sr., Mead, MB; Emma Barrington, sr., Mead, S; Allie Riggin, sr., EV, OH; Kiley Kamitomo, jr., Ferris, OH; Shannon Giusti, sr., CV, S; Second team – …


  • Vikings edge Bengals

    Whitney Wood’s penalty-kick goal 11 minutes into the second half proved to be the difference as Coeur d’Alene slipped past visiting Lewiston 2-1 in Inland Empire League girls soccer action …


  • Veteran Panthers will be challenged

    If the Mead Panthers exceeded coach Steve Snider’s expectations with a third-place finish last fall in the State 4A girls soccer tournament, they’ll have to go some to do so …


  • Preview: Area girls soccer

    GSL returning All-League Mead – Mikayla Anderson, sr., F; Jill Pecka, sr., MF; Jazmine Redmon, sr., D; Gonzaga – Mary Condon, sr., D, Ashley Ames, jr., F; Mt. Spokane – …


  • Watching Handle teams win lots of fun

    I’m nearing the end of my 25th year with The Spokesman-Review. I could list here a number of things in life that have become tiresome in recent years. I suppose …


  • Mt. Spokane hires basketball coaches

    Mt. Spokane has hired from without and within to fill two vacant varsity basketball positions. The new boys coach is Greg Hannan, a financial advisor whose varied basketball background included …


  • Vlahovich: It’s been a year worth remembering

    How do you quantify the success of a high school sports season? Certainly you can measure it in the trophies won, and once again this year area teams and athletes …


  • Indians’ Kimpel sizzles

    TACOMA – Despite everything the North Central distance corps has been part of, Andrew Kimpel’s resume was incomplete. Two State 3A cross country team titles, a state track team title …


  • Fryberger sets lofty pole goals

    Marshall Fryberger stopped short of saying he and his friends were fooling around, but the Lind-Ritzville junior’s involvement in the pole vault initially as a freshman was well short of …


  • Cook joins recipe for success

    Evan Cook is new to the team, but definitely no stranger to a Cheney soccer program that has had an inordinate level of success. State participation notwithstanding, even when the …


  • Race isn’t always to the swiftest

    Zach Robinson insisted he wasn’t fast as a youngster. That’s easy to dispute, but a check of Greater Spokane League sprint times in recent years confirms he wasn’t necessarily the …


  • LC girls in the hunt at 4A golf tournament

    The girls on Lewis and Clark golf team put themselves in position to win a State 4A championship Wednesday at Pasco’s Sun Willows Golf Course with Chessey Thomas again leading …


  • State 3A softball offers a lot of mystery

    If you think Shadle Park is charting unknown waters when it plays in the 3A portion of state softball Friday, consider its 11 a.m. opponent, Port Angeles. The Highlanders (18-5) …


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