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  • Chiefs hold off Thunderbirds 2-1

    Kailer Yamamoto scored two goals, and Spokane continued its success on the road, holding off Seattle in a Western Hockey League game at Kent, Washington, Friday night. Yamamoto, a Spokane …


  • Whitworth women take third at West regional

    The Whitworth women’s cross country team, led by Amanda Blankenship’s 20th-place finish, took third place at the NCAA Division III West Region Championships Saturday at Bush’s Pasture Park in Salem, …


  • Chiefs fall flat in turnaround game

    In the Western Hockey League, nights spent in cramped buses after games far away from home are the norm.


  • Rebels clamp down on Chiefs

    For the 10th time in 14 games, the Spokane Chiefs found themselves in a one-goal game. But despite putting 39 shots on net, the Chiefs could only manage to get …


  • EWU women’s soccer team qualifies for conference tournament

    Kiana Hafferty scored in the 21st minute to give Eastern Washington a 1-0 soccer victory over host North Dakota on Sunday in Grand Forks and qualify for the Big Sky …


  • Area roundup: Whitworth volleyball extends streak to six

    The Whitworth volleyball team ran its winning streak to six matches with a sweep of Pacific in a Northwest Conference match Saturday in Forest Grove, Oregon. Brenna Bruil had 10 …


  • Johnson lifts Cougars past Buffaloes

    Kaitlyn Johnson’s 50th minute goal broke a 1-all tie and gave No. 24 Washington State a 2-1 win over Colorado (10-6, 3-4) in a Pac-12 women’s soccer match Friday in …


  • Cougars defeat Ducks in double OT

    Mariah Powers’ first goal for the Washington State Cougars couldn’t have come at a better time. Powers, a junior, scored in the second overtime – at the 106:40 mark – …


  • Pirates sweep Lutes, now tied for first

    Brenna Bruil and Cassandra Mendoza had 11 kills apiece and the Whitworth volleyball team moved into a tie atop the Northwest Conference standings with a sweep of Pacific Lutheran Friday …


  • Chiefs aquire forward Devon McAndrews from Tri-City Americans

    The Spokane Chiefs acquired 19-year-old forward Devon McAndrews from the Tri-City Americans in exchange for a conditional pick in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft, it was announced on Monday. McAndrews, …


  • Area roundup: Washington State still winless in Pac-12

    The Washington State volleyball team dropped to 0-6 in the Pac-12 Conference with a four-set loss to Oregon State on Saturday at Gill Coliseum in Corvallis, Oregon. Scores were 24-26, …


  • Stanford sends WSU socccer to first loss

    Chioma Ubogagu’s goal in the 84th minute gave third-ranked Stanford a 1-0 Pac-12 women’s soccer victory on Sunday over visiting Washington State, the Cougars’ first loss of the season to …


  • Eastern equals record in win

    The Eastern Washington women’s soccer team tied the program record for goals in a match in a 5-1 win over Weber State in Cheney on Sunday. Cassie Black scored twice …


  • Chiefs face Ams in home opener

    Chiefs fans will officially welcome the team’s eight rookies to Spokane during Saturday night’s home opener. One of the rookies, Kailer Yamamoto, won’t require an introduction to the city.


  • Chiefs win WHL season opener

    Mitch Lipon and Tyson Helgesen scored their first goals as Chiefs to highlight a 4-2 win over the Tri-City Americans as the 2014-15 Western Hockey League season began.


  • Old news: Chiefs open at Tri-City

    As recent tradition dictates, the Spokane Chiefs will open the WHL season against Tri-City at 7 tonight (Saturday) at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.


  • Chiefs face loaded U.S. Division once again

    The U.S. Division of the Western Hockey League should be a minefield for the 2014-15 season, which the Spokane Chiefs will kick off Saturday in Kennewick against the division-rival Tri-City …


  • Bremer’s goal gives WSU women’s soccer team win over Idaho

    Beau Bremer scored a goal off a rebound of a blocked shot and Washington State defeated Idaho 1-0 in a nonconference women’s soccer match on Sunday at Moscow, Idaho. Bremer …


  • Holmberg finishes runner-up for two WHL awards

    Former Spokane Chiefs star Mitch Holmberg finished runner-up in two categories Wednesday as the Western Hockey League presented honors during its annual awards luncheon in Calgary, Alberta. Sam Reinhart of …


  • Portland Winterhawks reach WHL playoff finals

    KELOWNA, B.C. – The Portland Winterhawks will play for the Ed Chynoweth Cup for the fourth year in a row after defeating the Kelowna Rockets 7-3 on Friday in Western …


  • Winterhawks even conference finals

    KELOWNA, B.C. – The Portland Winterhawks scored four goals in the second period, including two in 13 seconds, to come from behind and defeat the host Kelowna Rockets 5-3 on …


  • Area roundup: Former Chiefs player Mitch Holmberg finalist for big WHL award

    Mitch Holmberg, who just capped his Spokane Chiefs career with a franchise-record 147 career goals, is one of two finalists for Western Hockey League Player of the Year, the league …


  • Holmberg spurs Chiefs

    PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – It was the Mitch Holmberg show Saturday night. The Spokane star tallied a history-laden hat trick to propel the Chiefs to an 8-0 win over the …


  • Chiefs snap 3-game skid with victory at Prince George

    PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Mike Aviani scored twice as the Spokane Chiefs rallied to defeat the Prince George Cougars 4-2 on Friday night, snapping a three-game losing streak. Keanu Yamamoto …


  • Droughts costly as Sasquatch eliminated

    Scoring droughts proved costly to the Community Colleges of Spokane men and women at the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges basketball tournament on Monday in Walla Walla. The CCS …


  • Desperate Americans shut out Chiefs

    Every win this time of year is important to the Spokane Chiefs but vital to the Tri-City Americans. Playing with a sense of desperation, the Americans snapped an eight-game losing …


  • Americans blank Chiefs

    Playing with a sense of desperation, the Tri-City Americans snapped an eight-game losing streak Saturday at the Arena as goalie Eric Comrie stopped all 34 shots during a 3-0 victory …


  • Winterhawks keep streaks going at Chiefs’ expense

    Few Western Hockey League players have seen their fortunes shift as dramatically as Corbin Boes. Boes stopped all 30 Spokane Chiefs shots Friday night as the Portland Winterhawks moved within …


  • Winterhawks keep streaks alive at Chiefs’ expense

    Corbin Boes stopped all 30 Spokane Chiefs shots Friday night as the Portland Winterhawks moved within one win of tying a coveted WHL record with a 2-0 victory.


  • WHL notes: Portland closes in on big record

    Few people may remember the Estevan Bruins, but their name is likely to come up during the next week. The Portland Winterhawks have won 20 consecutive Western Hockey League games …

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