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  • Mt. Spokane grad paints pop art piece at Mead High School

    Mario DeLeon, 24, had bounced around quite a bit by the time he hit his last year of high school. He moved from Texas to Spokane, where his family owns …


  • Deadline looms to finish old GED exam

    SEATTLE – Thousands of Washington residents who started the GED high school equivalency test sometime this past decade but never finished now have just a few weeks to complete their …


  • Math test holds up high school diplomas

    SEATTLE – Just as Washington state officials predicted, most of Washington’s high school seniors are passing the statewide exams required to graduate. But that fact doesn’t make life any easier …


  • North Central alumni take long route to prom

    When Dave Snyder and Barbara Kolbet were seniors at North Central High School in 1971, she turned him down for a date to the prom. She wanted to be faithful …


  • Scholars will be honored Monday at annual banquet

    Spokane high school seniors will be honored for their academic achievement on Monday at the 21st annual Spokane Scholars Foundation Banquet. The foundation will award grants to 141 seniors from …


  • Mead cruises; GP falls

    TACOMA – The Mead girls basketball team has taken it up a notch the last two weeks. The upward mobility continued Thursday when the No. 1-ranked Panthers throttled the Skyline …


  • Schools say Facebook is haven for bullying

    A Facebook page focusing on a Spokane high school turned vicious this week, prompting the school’s principal to issue a stern warning about possible legal action. “I’m trying to make …


  • Knights take team title

    Gabe Meyers and Taylor Watkins won their respective weight classes Saturday and the East Valley Knights cruised to the title at the Battle at Beasley wrestling tournament in Pullman. Meyers …


  • Mom of twins prepares for life after graduation

    Senior year can be a hectic time for high school students. College applications must be mailed, senior project deadlines loom, plus there’s the daily grind of regular schoolwork. Imagine tackling …


  • Education Notebook: Festival of arts to end Tuesday with concert

    The public is invited to the Festival of the Arts concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the INB Performing Arts Center. The concert comes at the conclusion of a two-day …


  • LC celebrates century of athletic excellence

    The alumni list at Lewis and Clark High is a jaw-dropper: politicians, military heroes, opera stars, actors, even a Nobel Prize winner. And athletes, dozens of them from every decade …


  • Friday’s top performances

    Ben Bissell, Cheney Adam Talley, East Valley Keith Coulson, Newport Next week’s big game Threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more in the Blackhawks’ 41-0 rout of Pullman. …


  • Annual Outdoor Writing Contest open to high schoolers

    It’s time for high schoolers to begin thinking about fame, fortune and the great outdoors. The Spokesman-Review is again joining the Outdoor Writers Association of America in sponsoring a contest …


  • High school track legend retires

    Hall of Fame Spokane Valley high school track and field coach Howard Dolphin is officially calling it quits. To commemorate the nearly 60 years of devotion and success, his family …


  • North Central principal helps students think beyond school

    North Central High School Principal Steven Gering was one of nine educators statewide recently honored with a Golden Apple award for making a significant change in secondary education. During the …


  • Shadle Park finds football coach

    Shadle Park principal Herb Rotchford was looking for a man with experience to turn the Highlanders’ floundering football program around.


  • Ferris edged

    LAKEWOOD, Wash. – The Stadium Tigers left no doubt that they were the best team Friday. The Ferris Saxons, though, showed why they deserved to be on the same field …


  • Chymcakova in 3A semis

    North Central’s Karin Chymcakova won both of her first-day matches at the State 3A championships Friday at the Vancouver Tennis Center to advance to this morning’s semifinals. The 18-year-old exchange …


  • Taylor takes to long jump

    Sometimes the long jump really is just about running and jumping. Just a few weeks removed from taking up the event for the first time, Northwest Christian’s Breanne Taylor overcame …


  • It’s big day for Mead

    TACOMA – Courtney Hutchinson witnessed her first Star Track as a first-grader when her sister Corissa was participating for Mead. After Corissa was a surprise winner in the shot put, …


  • Cheney in finals again

    SUMNER, Wash. – Austin Walker could have dwelled on the two shots he missed at point-blank range. That is if the Cheney senior wasn’t busy thinking about the two goals …


  • 4A, 3A softball gets late start, thanks to rain

    TACOMA – University softball coach Jon Schuh enjoys coaching girls for many reasons. One of those reasons was quite evident Friday when the first day of the State 4A tournament …


  • Cheney in soccer finals

    Austin Walker scored both of his team’s goals and senior goalkeeper Andrew Wilson was his usual stellar self as the Blackhawks blanked Toppenish 2-0 in the State 2A boys soccer …


  • State 4A/3A/2A track results

    Results from the state 4A/3A/2A track and field championships in Tacoma.


  • 1B/2B/1A track results

    Friday’s results from the WIAA 1B, 2B, 1A state track and field championships at Eastern Washington University.


  • Rain pushes back softball tournaments

    University softball coach Jon Schuh enjoys coaching girls for many reasons. One of those reasons was quite evident Friday when the State 4A softball tournament in Tacoma was postponed.


  • Golden moments for area girls

    Breanne Taylor of Northwest Christian, Anadae Clark Egland of Lakeside and Andrea Heinen of Cusick win at the small school track and field championships at EWU.


  • Thrown together

    The general impression that shot put and discus success in track and field is the result of brute force could not be further from the truth. “I tell the kids …


  • State 4A/3A/2A track results

    Results from the first day of the state high school track and field championships for 4A, 3A and 2A schools at Tacoma.


  • Cheney’s Stralsers cap busy careers

    The Great Northern League All-Sports Trophy is going to Cheney. If there were an All-Sports Trophy for Cheney, it would have to go to the Stralser family.

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