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Bullpups girls remain unbeaten in GSL

The girls of Gonzaga Prep showed why they belong atop the Greater Spokane League basketball standings. In an entertaining nightcap Tuesday against the league’s second-place team, the Bullpups (11-0, 12-1) …


Boys roundup: Selkirk holds off Curlew in double overtime

Brandyn Ross made 1 of 2 free throws to snap a 62-all tie and Curlew couldn’t get off a final shot Saturday as host Selkirk defeated the Cougars 63-62 in …


Girls roundup: Wilbur-Creston matches best start in program history

Kaelee Reed had 15 rebounds and 14 points Saturday as Wilbur-Creston (15-0, 4-0) matched the best start in program history by beating Odessa-Harrington 71-45 in Northeast 1B South play at …


GSL boys: Hassett shoots Rogers past University

KJ Hassett made a 3-pointer as time expired to lift the visiting Rogers Pirates past the University Titans 62-60 in Greater Spokane League play Friday. Hassett took the winning shot …


Freeman stays unbeaten in NEA play

Katie Vold scored 20 points and Freeman used a big third-quarter run to beat Riverside 43-36 in a Northeast A League game Friday night in Riverside. The Scotties scored the …


Timberwolves hold off CdA in boys basketball

The Lake City Timberwolves didn’t have much wiggle room. After falling to crosstown rival Coeur d’Alene in a 5A Inland Empire League boys basketball opener 10 days ago, Lake City …


CdA girls roll past Lake City

The Coeur d’Alene girls basketball team is playing its best, and it started this week. Coeur d’Alene used its usual balanced scoring to pull away from visiting Lake City 59-29 …


Recruiting expert speaks to local athletes about finding the right school

College recruiting expert Jack Renkens has a message for would-be college sports stars and their parents: Expand your horizons. “Somebody has to go out there and tell the truth,” said …


Recruiting expert speaks to local athletes about finding the right school

College recruiting expert Jack Renkens has a message for would-be college sports stars and their parents: Expand your horizons.


Central Valley eases past Mt. Spokane in GSL wrestling

The Greater Spokane League wrestling match Wednesday with Mt. Spokane hosting Central Valley lent new meaning to the move Fireman’s Carry. Midway through the contest a fire alarm went off, …


CdA’s Williams devotes senior season to winning title

Coeur d’Alene senior basketball standout Sydney Williams has done everything but win a state championship. So one can imagine what’s chief on her to-do list this season.


Lee: McLaughlin stood up for three-sport athletes

I’ve misunderstood retiring Mt. Spokane head football coach Mike McLaughlin at times in the three years I’ve known him. I spent several minutes on the phone with him last week …


GSL basketball gears up for second half

Friday marks the midway mark of the Greater Spokane League boys and girls basketball seasons. The second half begins Tuesday, concluding in mid-February.


GSL boys: Bullpups notch signature victory

The Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team was lacking a significant victory. Not anymore. Whenever anything good happens for a Matty McIntyre-coached team, it starts with defense.


Wellpinit fends off ACH on free throw

Ronnie Flett’s free throw with 4 seconds left in overtime Saturday gave Wellpinit a 53-52 win over visiting Almira/Coulee-Hartline in Northeast 1B South play. ACH’s Julianna Hughes hit a 3-pointer …


Frederick, defense key Broncos’ victory

Tyler Frederick had 12 points and seven rebounds Saturday as the Lind-Ritzville/Sprague Broncos used stifling defense to defeat the Colfax Bulldogs 44-30 in Northeast 2B play at Ritzville. The Broncos …


GSL girls: Mead utilizes height advantage in win over LC

For three quarters Friday, the Mead girls basketball team played as well as it has all season. Lewis and Clark cut into a 21-point deficit in the final period but …


Boys roundup: Lakeside soars to the top of Northeast A

Cameron Gay scored 21 points and Ryan Quigley added 14 as Lakeside took over sole posession of first place in the Northeast A League with a 54-47 win over Riverside …


Girls roundup: West Valley surges late, tops Indians

West Valley buckled down defensively in the second half and moved into a tie with Clarkston atop the Great Northern League standings with a 46-37 win over Colville Friday night …


GSL landscape changing

Greater Spokane League principals voted unanimously Thursday to scrap their traditional football schedule and crown 4A and 3A champions. Beginning in the fall, the six 4A schools will play seven …


Mt. Spokane’s Poquette wins three events

Mt. Spokane’s Amara Poquette won three events Wednesday during a Greater Spokane League four-team gymnastics meet at Rogers. Poquette scored 9.050 on the balance beam, 9.3 in the floor exercise …


Reclassification puts GSL out of balance

The 2A Great Northern League is shrinking by two schools and the 1A Northeast A will have a net gain of one with eight schools when the next four-year classification …


Benzel: Act III

When Ron and Molly Benzel began having children, they were blessed with a daughter and a son. They thought two children would suffice. Then 12 years after their second child …


GSL runners headed to Scotland

Three of the top runners in the Greater Spokane League will represent Team USA on Saturday at the 25th Edinburgh Cross Country race in Scotland. North Central senior Kai Wilmot …


Stanfield follows dream, leaves Shadle in good shape

Alan Stanfield drove to the home of the top returning Shadle Park football player last Friday. Stanfield shared with record-setting junior quarterback Brett Rypien that he had been offered the …


Vikings stave off Timberwolves

In a game that featured difficult stretches for both teams, the Coeur d’Alene Vikings had the most determination in the end. The Vikings overcame some frigid shooting from the free-throw …


GSL girls: Lewis and Clark defeats CV 62-52

The Lewis and Clark Tigers girls basketball team forced 15 turnovers in the first half against Central Valley. The Tigers didn’t get the pace to their liking, though, until the …


GSL boys: CV’s 3-pointers leave LC behind

The Central Valley boys basketball team found their long-range shooting touch in the third quarter and visiting Lewis and Clark didn’t have an answer. Trailing 19-17 at halftime, the Bears …


Boys basketball: Host Lake City vanquishes Vernon

Kyle Guice, JJ Winger and Jacob Dahl finished with 12 points apiece to power the Lake City Timberwolves to a lopsided 79-29 boys basketball victory over Vernon (British Columbia) at …


Dragons clip Greyhounds

The small school got the best of the big school Friday in a battle of defending state champions. Will Tender scored 20 of his game-high 26 points in the first …