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  • Shadle Park’s Hathaway chooses Western Washington

    Aleisha Hathaway is headed west to continue her basketball career. The Shadle Park standout has signed a letter of intent with NCAA Division II Western Washington University.


  • Post Falls’ Funk enjoys hammer challenge

    Austin Funk has a ball and chain.


  • Mooberry Relays give preview of final weeks of GSL track

    A lot was learned about how things are stacking up in Greater Spokane League track and field Saturday at the 49th annual Mooberry Relays. The final two weeks of league …


  • Lakeside pole vaulter Anandae Clark aims high

    Anandae Clark found rarified air Saturday afternoon at the 51st Pasco Invite. Clark, a senior at Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls), became the first Washington female pole vaulter to crack the …


  • Wells brothers bode well for West Valley

    For Harry and Hunter Wells, athletics is genetic. The two West Valley baseball players – Harry at first base, Hunter at shortstop and pitching in relief – have been mainstays …


  • CdA hurdler Struble has speedy goals

    The state meet last year whet the appetite of Coeur d’Alene hurdler Morgan Struble. Now Struble is hoping to run times unheard of in Idaho this spring in the 100- …


  • Mead losing more than just an A.D. with Cullen’s retirement

    Mead principal Ken Russell got it right the other day. I called Russell to chat about the pending retirement of athletic director Dick Cullen.


  • Wildcats golfer Thurston blossoms in Wenatchee

    It was a nice win for the Mt. Spokane boys golf team, Wildcats junior Nick Thurston and Thurston’s family. Thurston captured medalist honors with a 1-under-par 68 at Three Lakes …


  • Mills hits his way into G-Prep lineup

    Wyatt Mills was a not-so-unlikely hero when Gonzaga Prep won the second game to sweep Ferris this week in a pivotal Greater Spokane League baseball doubleheader. He was batting .400 …


  • GSL gets partner in new league

    The Greater Spokane League has struck up a working relationship with the new 4A/3A league in Eastern Washington – the Mid-Columbia Conference. The MCC is the result of the messy …


  • Denzin’s success story easy to spin

    The 430-plus miles are a good indication that Megan Denzin was serious about her senior season. That was the workout plan that East Valley coaches laid out for her when …


  • Prep Preview Track & Field

    Greater Spokane League Returning state placers Boys: Chase Naccarato, Mt. Spokane (100 meters, 6th); Keith Williams, NC (800, 5th); Nathan Weitz, Shadle Park (1,600, 2nd; 3,200, 2nd); Wes Bailey, Mead …


  • First sign of spring: Prep games called by snow

    Well, this is about as much fun as a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. Spring officially began Monday. I had snow in my yard Tuesday morning and …


  • A final look at winter prep season

    Before I can contemplate spring sports – and that’s the last thing I want to do at the moment as I look outside and see snow/sleet swirling in the air …


  • Spring Preview Baseball

    Greater Spokane League Bat rule change As sure as it is spring, you can expect that rain taxes local high school baseball pitching.


  • Lewiston’s Phillips Idaho player of year

    Tisha Phillips of Lewiston has been named the 2011-12 Idaho Gatorade Player of the year in girls basketball. The award not only recognizes athletic excellence but also high standards of …


  • Post Falls struggles in 5A state title loss

    The Post Falls boys basketball team picked a bad time to have an off night. The Trojans’ shots didn’t fall. Loose balls and whistles didn’t go their way. Star guard …


  • Post Falls to play Borah for state crown

    NAMPA, Idaho – In years past, offense has been the calling card of the Post Falls boys basketball team. Friday night at the Idaho Center, the Trojans showed they can …


  • Post Falls wins squeaker; CdA loses close one

    NAMPA, Idaho – High school basketball doesn’t get much more exciting than Thursday’s opening round of the Idaho State 5A tournament at the Idaho Center. When the dust settled, one …


  • Colbert focused on leading Post Falls to another State 5A title

    Marcus Colbert has heard the talk, some of it directly to him from Montana State University. Had the Post Falls senior, who signed with MSU in November, been in Bozeman, …


  • Lewiston wins State 5A wrestling crown; Post Falls second

    POCATELLO – When Post Falls senior Nathan McLeod completed his 4-0 win over teammate Cody Johnson, he not only won his first state wrestling title, but he also completed another …


  • Kootenai earns berth

    Kootenai rallied from a terrible start to overcome Clark Fork 40-36 to win the 1A Division II championship on Saturday in Harrison and clinch a berth to the Idaho boys …


  • Post Falls wrestler McLeod puts team first

    Before the wrestling season began, Post Falls senior Nathan McLeod certified so he could compete as low as 152 pounds. McLeod heads to the State 5A tournament seeded first at …


  • Colfax boys hand Northwest Christian first defeat

    Justin Berarducci led three players in double figures with 21 points and Colfax (18-5) upset Northwest Christian (22-1) 58-52 in the District 7 2B basketball title game Friday night at …


  • Centennial tops Coeur d’Alene girls at state tournament

    For the first time since 2005, Coeur d’Alene will not be playing in the State 5A girls basketball championship game. Sierrna Short hit a jump shot with 15 seconds to …


  • Coeur d’Alene girls rout Meridian at state, 68-27

    In case anyone thought that Coeur d’Alene’s rule in Idaho 5A girls basketball was over after losing in the finals a year ago, the Vikings proved those notions foolish with …


  • Seniors Parker, Legel lead CdA to state

    The scoring averages may not show it, but the Coeur d’Alene girls basketball team’s two seniors, Kyeli Parker and Erin Legel, have had more of an impact this season than …


  • Coeur d’Alene boys football makes awards haul

    It’s hard to imagine the legend of Chad Chalich growing any larger, considering what he accomplished in the Idaho 5A state championship football game last fall. The Coeur d’Alene senior …


  • Coeur d’Alene boys football makes awards haul

    It’s hard to imagine the tale of Chad Chalich growing any larger considering what he accomplished in the Idaho 5A state championship football game last fall.


  • Mt. Spokane boys top North Central in district play-in game

    Stu Stiles scored 15 points and Tyler Drumheller added 10 as Mt. Spokane beat North Central 52-43 in a District 8 3A boys basketball play-in game Saturday night at Mt. …

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