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Pick 6: Split pick on Mead vs. Mt. Spokane

All I can say is I’m in full fledge nosedive mode. And it seems that KHQ/SWX sports director Sam Adams has decided to join me for the ride.


Gonzaga Prep moves to top spot in NWPrespNow power rankings

In the week four edition of our NWPrepsNow Power Rankings, the same six teams remain from week three. Gonzaga Prep’s dramatic 38-35 win over Ferris vaults the Bullpups to No. …


Highland rallies to knock off CdA

POCATELLO – In a matchup of two of the best teams in Idaho, there was plenty revealed in Highland’s 24-21 comeback win over Coeur d’Alene Saturday night. Vikings’ quarterback Gunnar …


Stiles, Hyatt lead surprising Mt. Spokane into rivalry week

So what’s wrong with this picture? Help me out here. I’m trying to be interactive with this piece each Sunday.


EV star tops field; Wilmot 1st in Boise

East Valley’s Scott Kopczynski had the top time among all classifications at the Runners Soul Erik Anderson cross country meet Saturday at Plantes Ferry Park in Spokane. Kopczynski, competing in …


Post Falls tops EV

Post Falls coach Jeff Hinz was worried that Friday’s football game was slipping through his team’s hands late in the fourth quarter. Instead it slipped through East Valley’s.


Shadle uses legs along with Rypien’s arm

Shadle Park has a dangerous weapon in highly sought-after quarterback Brett Rypien, and he did throw five touchdown passes in a 40-17 romp at University Friday night. But it was …


Panthers fend off stubborn Tigers

All the yards and the momentum seemed to be in Mead’s favor on Friday night. But as the fourth quarter ticked away at Albi Stadium, the Panthers knew they needed …


Fourth-down scoring pass lifts Gonzaga Prep over Ferris

Who would have thought that a Gonzaga Prep victory would come down to a pass play? Facing fourth-and-7 from the Ferris 17-yard line, quarterback Kevin Thomas was patient, let the …


Scotties focus on progress

This is where things went awry a year ago for the Freeman Scotties. Class 1A Freeman traveled to Pullman and smacked the Class 2A Greyhounds, 28-14, in the second week …


It’s time for WIAA to count students

We’ve reached the end of the current 4-year classification cycle in Washington. That means enrollment numbers submitted last spring and this fall will determine the state’s six classes for the …


It’s all in the Amos family at Coeur d’Alene

Coeur d’Alene senior quarterback Gunnar Amos is like most sons of coaches. He’s known nothing but football since his earliest memories.


Pick 6: Ferris over G-Prep in tight one

I suspect that KHQ/SWX sports director Sam Adams fell victim to an infection last week. It’s the same infection yours truly contracted the first week of the season, and I …


Preview: Cross Country

GSL boys Spokane has a reputation to uphold after Central Valley won State 4A for the first time and 3A North Central, its seventh straight. With three varsity runners back …


Ferris strengthens Power Rankings lead

Once again, the Ferris Saxons crown our NWPrepsNow Power Rankings after limiting prolific Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien to a meager 131 yards passing and defeating the Highlanders 38-14.


Not eight DBs, but a one-of-a-kind D-line stopped Rypien

In the big picture, the Shadle Park football team is much improved over last year. The Highlanders’ defense can make stops. Disregard the final score of Ferris’ 38-14 win Thursday …


Panthers prevail

A 35-point win would please many football coaches, but Mead’s Sean Carty was not content following his team’s 42-7 Greater Spokane League victory over North Central at Joe Albi Stadium …


Bow-wow! Scotties defeat ’Hounds

So, who’s the Big Dog now? The Class 1A Freeman Scotties ran around and through the visiting Class 2A Pullman Greyhounds Friday night, posting a 40-14 nonleague football victory that …


Big plays help Lake City overcome errors

Lake City’s offense came up with big play after big play. The Timberwolves’ defense found a way to get off the field against Hillcrest’s potent rushing attack. LC handled the …


Liberty spoils NW Christian’s football debut

Liberty had no authentic game film on Northwest Christian, so the Lancers put their focus Friday night on generating offensive balance. Liberty’s plan worked, as junior Match Burnham threw for …


Bears bear down

Back on their heels Friday night, the Central Valley Bears had no choice but to dig them in. Coming off an opening loss to Ferris and reeling on their first …


Dowd steps in to provide big lift for Gonzaga Prep

Visiting Gonzaga Prep found itself trailing University after a quarter. Then Sam Dowd gave them a jump-start. In his first varsity offensive appearance, Dowd substituted for Jack Bamis, who was …


CdA gives up 2 INTs for TDs, loses 2 fumbles in defeat

Mistakes plagued the Coeur d’Alene Vikings from start to finish Friday. And the visiting Skyline Spartans of Sammamish capitalized on all of the Vikings’ miscues, the final one being an …


Eight just enough

Ferris pulled out a game plan from the 2010 state championship football game Thursday. The Saxons used a three-man front and dropped eight into coverage to slow down the usually …


Cillay’s brace wins day

Maddie Cillay netted the winner in the 76th minute to give the visiting Pullman Greyhounds a 2-1 Great Northern League soccer victory over the Clarkston Bantams on Thursday. Cillay scored …


NWPrepsNow Power Rankings - Week 2: Ferris Easily On Top

Thanks to a dominant 42-14 win over Central Valley, Ferris is an easy No. 1 in the Week 2 NWPrepsNow power rankings.


GSL powers Ferris, Shadle Park set to battle

When Ferris and Shadle Park square off at Joe Albi stadium Thursday at 4:15 p.m., arguably the top two teams in the conference will play a game that likely carries …


Offense on display with Shadle, Ferris

You can be sure the Shadle Park and Ferris football teams will combine for many yards of offense when the teams face off this week. You can be sure, though, …


Prep Preview Volleyball

Outlook Greater Spokane League: Mead placed runner-up at last year’s State 4A tournament. Mt. Spokane qualified for its sixth consecutive State 3A tournament. … The league welcomes five new coaches: …


New Mead coach has big shoes to fill

Elaina Renius doesn’t agonize over the question of how she intends to continue what’s been called the “Mead Mystique.” Renius and her players welcome the challenge.