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Monday, April 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Prep roundup: Lake City advances to state softball

Michaela Flerchinger allowed one run over seven innings, Heather Hawkes hit a solo homer and Lake City advanced to the Idaho state softball tournament for the ninth straight year with …


Shadle Park in 3A, Gonzaga Prep in 4A win GSL’s top seeds to regional baseball

Shadle Park finally figured out how to win a close game, edging Mt. Spokane on Friday to win the District 8 3A baseball championship. Earlier Friday, the Highlanders posted another …


Prep baseball: Gonzaga Prep, University post district shutouts

Gonzaga Prep and University High both rode complete-game shutouts Thursday to earn the right to play at 7 tonight for the District 8 4A championship at Avista Stadium. In the …


EV softball just one win away

Sometimes the big rally has to start a little early. The East Valley Knights need one win in today’s doubleheader at home with Clarkston to secure the No. 2 seed …


Tennis notes: Regions best come together at Inland Empire Tournament

The Inland Empire High School Tennis Tournament is in its 70th year and long-time tourney director Bill Wagstaff has a love/hate relationship with one of his toughest jobs. The tournament …


Steve Christilaw: It takes four to break relay records

It just may be the most elegant expression of pure athleticism in all of sports: four sprinters carrying a light, metal baton once around a track as fast as they …


WSU offensive line poised to spark team

Joe Dahl had just played his final football game in his hometown and the grin he wore spoke volumes. Standing at least a head taller than everyone in his group …


U-High junior jumps to top of list of state-best marks

Noah Martin had himself a day to remember. The University High junior literally leaped to the top of the list of state-best marks in a pair of events in a …


East Valley’s Escobar is happy to be home again

Gabe Escobar is home again. Escobar played soccer back in his days at East Valley and has harbored the thought of coaching his old team for the better part of …


North Idaho Sports Banquet nominees

College and high school nominees have been named for the 53rd North Idaho Sports Banquet. The banquet is April 11 at the Coeur d’Alene Inn.


Gonzaga Prep girls fall in New York

For the first time this season – perhaps the first time in two years – the Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team didn’t finish.


Ferris boys beat Mead in soccer

The Ferris boys soccer team weathered more than a few storms Wednesday on the way to a 3-1 Greater Spokane League win over visiting Mead. The young Saxons, who were …


G-Prep’s Rathbone can play anywhere, anytime

When Gonzaga Prep takes the field this season, the baseball team is led by a senior who had trouble finding a position. But that trouble had nothing to do with …


Sean Carty fired as Mead football coach

After a three-month investigation by school district officials, Mead football coach Sean Carty was told Friday he was fired.


University High School fastpitch team looks to bright season ahead

Jon Schuh was a happy man when the first day of spring turnouts came around for his University High fastpitch softball team. The weather had cooperated: It was unseasonably warm …


Central Valley wrestling coach John Owen retires as great teacher

The late George Carlin asked a great question. “Have you ever started a path?” he asked. “No one seems willing to do this. We don’t mind using existing paths, but …


Amend leaves college job for CV baseball

Mike Amend came home. The Central Valley grad – and son of former CV baseball coach Harry Amend – returned to his alma mater to take over the baseball program …


Cook-Cox leads way

YAKIMA – Lakeside’s Jocelyn Cook-Cox knew the best thing she could do was take advantage of opportunities her teammates gave her. She did just that Friday night with a 29-point …


Clarkston employs 3-pointers to reach championship game

YAKIMA – Needing a spark to separate themselves from Squalicum on Friday night and win their way into the boys State 2A title game, the Clarkston Bantams went the long …


Laura Stockton’s late 3-pointer lifts G-Prep

TACOMA – It wasn’t the shot Gonzaga Prep girls basketball coach Mike Arte wanted. Arte wasn’t going to turn away the 3-pointer from Laura Stockton with nine seconds remaining that …


Colton’s 70th straight win gives it shot at 7th title in row

Colton continues to add to its legacy. The Wildcats qualified for their eighth straight girls State 1B championship game and are seeking their seventh straight title after winning their 70th …


Townsend leads the way for Okanogan

The White Swan Cougars had upset on their minds Friday night at the Arena. But they didn’t pay enough mind to Okanogan center Jill Townsend, who turned in her second …


State 2A girls: Jordan Phelan praises East Valley’s family atmosphere

Jordan Phelan doesn’t like to refer to the East Valley girls basketball roster as teammates. “We’re family,” she insists.


Washington 1B basketball: Colton girls roll on; Pomeroy boys surge past ACH

Colton’s record-setting girls basketball team prides itself on defense and 3-point shooting. The Wildcats don’t tend to get too self-reflective.


Must-win games familiar territory for Central Valley boys

It was Monday afternoon and, for the first time in what must have felt like weeks, the Central Valley Bears weren’t staring a loser-out boys basketball game in the face. …


Exceptional win for Freeman wrestlers

In the grand and honorable sport of wrestling, team championships tend to get crowned late, so it’s fitting that the Freeman Scotties had the state Class 1A wrestling championship sewed …


Bill Pierce’s prep almanac: 1943 Lewis and Clark Tigers

Coach Squinty Hunter and Lewis and Clark had a great basketball season in 1943. With the win over Rogers to close out City League play, the Tigers posted the first …


Rogers wins subregional championship

After seizing the moment, Melik Hampton wasn’t about to let it go. As the purple wave of fans engulfed him Friday night, the Rogers center clutched the 3A subregional plaque …


State gymnastics: Jenna Schlosser earns 9.4 on beam to win all-around, Mead finishes third

TACOMA – Jenna Schlosser made her final gymnastics meet a memorable one. The senior from Mead, involved with gymnasts almost as long as she’s been able to walk, posted a …


CV stays alive by beating LC 57-53

The Central Valley girls basketball team got a career scoring night from a freshman, who also blocked the potential tying shot in the final seconds, to beat Lewis and Clark …