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UPDATED: Mon., May 14, 2018, 9:59 p.m.

Prep golf: Colfax boys, St. George’s girls win District 7 small-school golf titles

The Colfax boys and St. George’s girls won District 7 1B/2B/1A golf titles as play concluded Monday in Chewelah.

UPDATED: Fri., May 11, 2018, 5:57 p.m.

Jim Meehan: Prep golf standouts always prep for success

It’s been a strong year for the 4A/3A boys with 22 averaging in the 70s. That list doesn’t include District 3A champ Gunnar Knutson because his average was 68.25. Players …

UPDATED: Mon., May 7, 2018, 7:57 p.m.

Beloved longtime volleyball coach Buzzie Welch dies

Buzzie Welch died early Sunday morning, eight weeks after being told he had cancer. Welch and the late Linda Sheridan are considered the patriarch and matriarch of Spokane volleyball.

UPDATED: Fri., May 4, 2018, 11:29 p.m.

Medical Lake’s Phoenix Hanks receives national award from NFL great James Lofton

It isn’t everyday that an NFL Hall of Famer presents a national award to a local product, but that’s what happened when Medical Lake senior Phoenix Hanks was honored by …

Prep basketball: Central Valley routs defending champion Kentridge

Lexi Hull scored 23 points and Central Valley defeated defending 4A State champion Kentridge 57-39 in the girls division at the Martin Luther King Showcase at the Showare Center in …

UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 6, 2017, 11:40 p.m.

Xavier Guillory plays key role in Lewis and Clark’s win over Shadle Park

Xavier Guillory’s 67-yard touchdown reception put Lewis and Clark in front of Shadle Park. His interception in the end zone seconds before halftime made sure the Tigers stayed ahead for …

Gonzaga Prep defeats Mead to win Linda Sheridan Volleyball Classic

The meat of the Greater Spokane League volleyball season is yet to come, but the championship match of Saturday’s 62-team Linda Sheridan Volleyball Classic offered a glimpse of the possibilities.

UPDATED: Sun., July 30, 2017, 9:52 p.m.

Shadle Park grad Jakobe Ford completes unprecedented triple at Junior Olympics

Jakobe Ford, a recent Shadle Park graduate, completed the triple crown of jumps at the USATF National Junior Olympics in Lawrence, Kansas, winning the high jump on Sunday in the …

CdA’s Colson Yankoff ready for quarterback competition when he arrives at UW

They met for the first time last month at the Elite 11 quarterback camp in Los Angeles. Jacob Sirmon and Colson Yankoff were together this month during a summer camp …

Cannons lose but stay alive in American Legion tournament

The Spokane Cannons lost 6-1 to the Vancouver Cardinals on Sunday in the American Legion State AAA baseball tournament but are the only Spokane-area team to survive the first two …

Prep roundup: Deer Park knocks off Medical Lake, moves into first place

Prep roundup: Jessie Thomas scored a goal with 2 minutes left in regulation play to knot the score and Lily Pierce scored the decisive goal in a shootout to lift …

Gonzaga Prep turns tables on Mt. Spokane

In a battle of Greater Spokane League heavyweights, Gonzaga Prep invaded Mt. Spokane’s field Thursday and handed the Wildcats a 7-1 defeat in a game that had been close for …

Northwest Christian boys, girls take second

Jack Ammon took second place and the Northwest Christian boys cross country team finished second overall at the King’s Cross Invitational in Shoreline, Washington. Ammon completed the 3-mile race in …

Tigers beat Saxons on last-second FG

Adam Thompson booted a 39-yard field goal as time expired to lift Lewis and Clark to a 24-22 Greater Spokane League 4A win over archrival Ferris Friday night at Joe …