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  • Braves denies Lewis and Clark’s bid for state berth

    Lewis and Clark’s baseball date with destiny ended unfulfilled Wednesday as the Tigers were jilted for another suitor. The District 8 champions were beaten 7-4 by Columbia Basin Big Nine …


  • Nilles gives up coaching post

    High school coaching resignations are becoming contagious. West Valley basketball coach Jamie Nilles is the latest to announce his intentions. Nilles will step down after 11 years as head coach …


  • LC, CdA open state softball tournament

    Coeur d’Alene High softball coach Larry Bieber is the first to tell anyone that he has a horrible memory. Ask him how many state titles and runner-up finishes his teams …


  • Coaches opine about changes with shot clock

    Most of us have assumed that the 35-second clock, adopted next year for boys basketball by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association, will abet an offensive explosion. And many believe there …


  • Morris at home at NC

    Taking a break from a rigorous track workout, Adrian Morris was pretty matter-of-fact. “I came from New Orleans because of everything,” the North Central senior said as he gulped air. …


  • Injury won’t keep Hewitt from OSU

    This would have been the week Bailey Hewitt of Clark Fork was going to tune up for the chance to defend four championships at the State 1A track and field …


  • Break didn’t put brakes on athletic career

    Like Rodney Dangerfield, state veteran golfer Nick McCaslin has recently received little respect. McCaslin’s name has at times inadvertently been left out of the weekly Greater Spokane League results or …


  • It’s small world on tennis court for Thai girls

    This is, indeed, a small world. How else do you explain the chance meeting of Thai exchange students on a tennis court in a small northeast Washington community? Wannita Cherdchairith …


  • This could be year for Region in Blair game

    Ron Adams has been forecasting a breakthrough the past five years. The founder of the Spokane Stars girls basketball program who launched the Jack Blair Memorial Washington/Idaho All-Star game 15 …


  • Central Valley’s Erickson thrives as lone starting pitcher

    For more than half of her pitching career at Central Valley, Alyssa Erickson was linked in tandem with Lauren Mandler. When Mandler suffered an arm injury that cost her much …


  • Winter all-league teams

    Boys and girls basketball, wrestling and gymnastics for Eastern Washington leagues.


  • On the hunt

    Other than wrestling, only hunting and fishing can compete for Cody Miller’s affections. He sees similarities in the sports. Like wrestling, he’s won a fishing tournament. And, Miller said, hunting …


  • Some worthy GSL teams won’t make it

    The Greater Spokane League doesn’t know which of its eight 4A basketball teams playing in the district tournaments will qualify for the Eastern Regionals. Two of the four berths will …


  • Prep roundup

    Baseball Senior Mark Purser went 4 for 4 with three RBIs and Jarek Cunningham hit a three-run home run in the fourth as Mt. Spokane routed host Mead (7-2) 10-1 …


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