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Monday, February 18, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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CdA pulls away for rout of Ferris

It took a half, but the Coeur d’Alene Vikings finally hit the stride most thought they would Friday. The Vikings got in the way of themselves more than the Ferris …


Lake City cruises past CV, improves to 3-0

The Lake City Timberwolves are 3-0 for the first time since 2006. Winning is nice, but the Timberwolves are also providing great entertainment along the way.


NC’s Anderson, Mt. Spokane’s Dressel match up well

They’re friends, but they’re fiercely competitive. Each time they race, seniors Tanner Anderson of North Central and John Dressel of Mt. Spokane want to beat each other in the worst …


High school cross country preview

GSL boys North Central is chasing a ninth straight State 3A championship – a feat that would tie the consecutive mark set by Mead under former coach Pat Tyson. NC …


Prep almanac: Spanish Flu reduces football schedule to one game

In 1918 the two Spokane high schools, Lewis and Clark and North Central, were under a school board restriction that allowed them three football games a year, including the traditional …


Greg Lee and Sam Adams: Pick 6

Come on. Did you expect anything but a first-week victory by yours truly? I finished fast and I’m starting fast.


GSL football off to rough start

One week is too small a sample size to draw any concrete conclusions. Still, Greater Spokane League football teams were a combined 2-6 in season openers Thursday and Friday. Shadle …


Shadle Park offense dominant in season opener

Brett Rypien was right. The senior Shadle Park quarterback told anyone who would listen that the Highlanders would be able to replace their top four receivers who graduated. They combined …


Mt. Spokane rolls in opener vs. West Valley (Yakima)

SEATTLE – When they begin preparations for Eastmont next week, the Mt. Spokane Wildcats likely will start the discussion with missed opportunities. Yes, the Wildcats won what will appear to …


Coeur d’Alene makes a big jump in second game, whips Central Valley

Coeur d’Alene got better from Week 1 to Week 2. A lot better. One week after needing a big fourth quarter to defeat Skyline, the Vikings put up six touchdowns …


Lake City rolls past Lewis and Clark, 29-0

Lake City quarterback Michael Goggin pointed the finger at himself for key mistakes in the first half, especially late in the second quarter Friday night. And Timberwolves coach Van Troxel …


Indians can’t slow Bengals

Uncertain and slow a week ago in a season-opening loss, the Lewiston football team made a 180-degree turnaround in six days. Leading the way was senior running back Tyler Eberhardt. …


Greg Lee: Plenty of races to keep an eye on this year

Had the Greater Spokane League not divided into 4A and 3A divisions in football, this could have been a year that as many as eight teams may have had realistic …


Five high school football games that should go a long way to determining postseason berths

It would be a lot easier if I could pick 12. Or even 10.


Pick 6

Apparently Sam Adams wants more punishment. The KHQ/SWX sports director and yours truly went head to head on weekly prep football picks last year in something we called Pick 6.


Post Falls outlasts Sandpoint

SANDPOINT – Post Falls football coach Jeff Hinz was quick to acknowledge how special the Trojans’ 42-39 season-opening win over the Sandpoint Bulldogs was Friday at Barlow Stadium. Then Hinz …


Vikings pull away from Skyline late for 26-13 win

IDAHO FALLS – Before the Skyline players took the Ravsten Stadium field for Friday’s game against Coeur d’Alene, they stopped just outside the locker room. Facing them was Skyline assistant …


Football roundup: Brandan Bowen powers Wampus Cats to win

Brandan Bowen rushed for six touchdowns and returned two interceptions for scores as Clark Fork routed Lewis County 52-8 at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow. Bowen contributed to all of …


Mead’s Sue Winger, Coreen Labish pick colleges

A pair of 6-foot-2 Mead girls basketball players continued the recent parade of Greater Spokane League standouts making oral commitments to NCAA Division I schools. Sue Winger and Coreen Labish …


Wallace cobbles together schedule as an independent

The 1A Division I Wallace Miners find themselves without a league this fall. They will play an independent schedule since the four 1A Division II North Star League teams essentially …


Timberlake Tigers figure to make another post-season run

Timberlake will continue its dominance this year. The Tigers have captured eight straight Intermountain League championships and qualified for the state playoffs for 10 consecutive years.


League changes opens nice scheduling opportunity for area football teams

Inland Empire League football coaches thought it was a door that had been permanently shut. For nearly a decade, IEL coaches have desired that their counterparts in the Greater Spokane …


Target on Pups, Saxons

It may not be unanimous but the Greater Spokane League’s 4A coaches believe Gonzaga Prep will capture the league championship. The team the coaches believe will earn the other play-in …


Supporting cast not same for Rypien

Is one player better than a team? That’s the question facing Greater Spokane League 3A teams this year.


Lakeland and Sandpoint should battle for IEL 4A title

Lakeland or Sandpoint? Most agree one of those two teams will win the IEL 4A championship. Ah, but which one? The answer should come when the rivals collide Oct. 10 …


Central Valley’s Madison Hovren will play basketball at Army

The leading scorer in Greater Spokane League girls basketball the last two seasons has given Army an oral commitment. Madison Hovren of Central Valley chose West Point over Montana, Montana …


Lewis and Clark turns to George Pfeifer to run girls basketball team

Just when you thought the level of coaching in Greater Spokane League girls basketball coaching couldn’t get better, Lewis and Clark has hired George Pfeifer. Pfeifer, whose Lewis Clark State …


G-Prep’s Otiona Gildon commits to Oregon

The Greater Spokane League girls basketball reigning most valuable player is headed to the University of Oregon. Gonzaga Prep senior-to-be Otiona Gildon has given Ducks and former Gonzaga University coach …


Three new GSL football coaches preside over first practices

The summer changed for Terry Cloer. That’s what happens when one becomes a high school head football coach, as Cloer did last spring when he was hired to replace Mike …


McCoy wins women’s 1,500 free

A Medical Lake youth swimmer is making a name for herself. Sakaiya McCoy, a junior at Medical Lake High School and a member of the Spokane Area Swimming club, won …