Arrow-right Camera

The Spokesman-Review Newspaper The Spokesman-Review

Friday, February 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Cloudy 31° Cloudy

Tags


Everything tagged


Sort by:

Stories tagged: nwprepsnow


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 …


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 …


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.


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 …


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.


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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


GSL record passer, longtime East Valley volleyball coach Jim Dorr dies at 54

Jim Dorr’s mother never wanted her sons to play football. He ended up playing one year at Rogers, his senior season in 1977, and it was one for the record …


GSL record passer, longtime East Valley volleyball coach Jim Dorr dies

Jim Dorr finished with a GSL single-season best of 1,898 yards passing in his only season on the Rogers football team. Dorr, who still ranks eighth on that list, died …


EV’s Meyer captures national freestyle title

At an earlier Greco-Roman and freestyle national wrestling tournament this summer, Trey Meyer decided to concentrate on one discipline. The decision paid off when Meyer of East Valley captured a …


Ex-LC wrestling coach Phil Pomeroy dies

Former Lewis and Clark wrestling coach Phil Pomeroy died Sunday from issues stemming from a heart attack four years ago. He was 75 and lived in Spokane. A Montana native, …


Mt. Spokane gets blanked, elminated by Yakima

Dustin Yates threw six innings, giving up just three hits while striking out seven, and scored a run to lead Yakima Valley past Mt. Spokane 2-0 in a junior American …


Locals on U.S. roster for softball

Seven all-league players lead a group of eight local softball players who will represent the United States on a USA Athletes International team competing in the Tuscany Series in Arezza, …


Spokane tournament showcases top girls basketball teams

The lone girls basketball tournament in Spokane sanctioned by the NCAA begins Wednesday. The Summer Heat 2014 tournament will be held at The Warehouse. There are two divisions – elite …


Lewiston fills winter coaching positions

Corey Williams can finally take some time off. The Lewiston High athletic director just finished filling all of his winter sports head coaching positions, including the boys basketball position he …


Shadle picks Emory to coach girls basketball

Shadle Park went the club basketball route to fill its girls basketball coaching position. Tom Emory has been hired to replace Chad Dezellem, who resigned in the spring.


Sandpoint’s Leiss among area coaching changes

Kent Leiss has a new lease on his coaching career. Leiss, who resigned as the Coeur d’Alene head boys basketball coach with four games left in the season two winters …


Gonzaga Prep’s Sam Dowd highlights Spokane Youth Sports Awards

In the first year of the Spokane Youth Sports Awards, the event’s signature award couldn’t have had a more deserving recipient Tuesday evening. The award’s title – Against All Odds …


Gonzaga Prep’s Sam Dowd highlights Spokane Youth Sports Awards

In the first year of the Spokane Youth Sports Awards, the event’s signature award couldn’t have had a more deserving recipient Tuesday evening.


Sara Chalich sparks Region to second straight win

In one of the more competitive, if not one of the better played Jack Blair Memorial girls basketball games, one of the shortest players on a court full of NCAA …


LC hands boys job to Redmon

Longtime Lewis and Clark girls basketball coach Jim Redmon has resigned to accept another coaching position. He’s staying in the Greater Spokane League. In fact, he’s staying at Lewis and …


Small schools, big roles

Every year, the Jack Blair Memorial girls basketball game features players with resumes chock full of athletic and academic feats. Spokane Stars director Ron Adams founded the game for two …


State softball: Colton claims sixth straight 1B championship

Colton scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 4-all tie and the Wildcats went on to beat Touchet (17-7) 9-4 to claim their sixth …


State 1A/2B/1B girls track: Colfax girls roll to 2B title

Senior Leah Heiner could have coasted home in fourth place and still handed the State 2B track and field title to Colfax. But that’s not how they do things in …


State 1A/2B/1B boys track: Medical Lake surges in 3,200 to capture 1A title

Jacob Dingfield took up distance running in the eighth grade, for the most pragmatic of reasons. “It was either that or football,” said the Medical Lake sophomore, “and I was …