Tags


Everything tagged


Sort by:

Latest from The Spokesman-Review


  • Shadle Stakes Claim To State

    AAA girls All season, the Shadle Park Highlanders have had something to prove. The Highlanders’ 58-42 victory over Ferris in a winner-to-state, loser-out consolation finale of the Lamb Weston AAA …


  • Kamiakin Dominates, Far And Away Low-Scoring Title Affair As Mead, Clinesmith Struggle

    When the shots aren’t falling from inside the paint, shoot from the perimeter. Seems a little backward, but don’t tell that to Kamiakin’s Carmel Lampson or her coach Kevin Estes.


  • Post Falls Can’t Finish Off Capital

    Ryan Edmonds of Post Falls runs into trouble - and Capital’s Brent Blacklock - while losing possession. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review


  • Coles On Empty, And This Could Be It At Gar-Pal

    Coles


  • A Tournament

    Boys semifinal bracket Cashmere 65, La Center 51 Brothers Adam and Jake Kerns combined for 40 points to lead fourth-ranked Cashmere over No. 8 La Center 65-51 Friday night in …


  • Floyd Gives All, But Toutle Lake Takes On Dayton

    Jeff Ellis couldn’t stop Matt Talbott and the Bulldogs. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review


  • Bitten By The B Bug The Tradition Of Small-Town Basketball Spans Generations, Geography And Venues

    1. Dayton fans slap hands with the players as the team is introduced before the start of the game. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review 2. The Almira/Coulee-Hartline team bus heads …


  • Idaho Boys North Idaho Standings

    INLAND EMPIRE LEAGUE (Through Feb. 21; final league LeagueOverall W L Pct. W L Pct.


  • Donovan Steals A Win As Mead Trips Shadle

    GSL boys Mead’s Terry Donovan stole the ball and took it three-quarters length of the court for a lay-up with four seconds left as the league-champion Panthers held off Shadle …


  • Kuchenmeister Spurs Republic

    After scoring just four points in the first half, John Kuchenmeister poured in 20 in the second as Republic defeated St. George’s 58-54 in the Panorama League Tournament on Thursday …


  • Timberwolves Trip Lewiston To Advance

    Lewiston’s Ryan Baerlocher tries to cut through LC’s Kyle Miller (33) and Mike Thompson. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review


  • Post Falls Wins Easily

    Sandpoint didn’t attack the Post Falls zone defense, and the Bulldogs played behind Trojans guard Tim Roberts. Sandpoint paid dearly for those lapses, as Post Falls rolled to a 83-61 …


  • Fulton Taking No Chances Last Season’s Disappointing Finish Fuels Point Guard’s Desire To Win

    Kellogg’s third-year starting guard Travis Fulton wants nothing less than a shot at the state title. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review


  • Bonners Ferry Spoils Lakeland Bid

    The sign hanging on the wall in Lakeland High School’s gym carries a very simple message - “Send Them Home Crying.” It was an attempt to motivate the Hawks to …


  • Wolves Whack Broncos Backup Point Guard Katie Hatrock Shoots Lake City Into A-1 Title Game

    Katie Hatrock, a reserve sophomore point guard, is the primary reason the Lake City High School girls basketball team advanced to tonight’s State A-1 championship game. When the Timberwolves’ usual …


  • Idaho Girls State Tournaments

    A-1 Consolation Semifinals Borah 57, Highland 48 Nampa 47, Madison 34 Pocatello 47, Centennial 43 Lake City 56, Blackfoot 33 A-2 Consolation Semifinals Moscow 69, Bishop Kelly 56 OT Kuna …


  • Badgers’ Win Sweet As Sugar A-2

    Bonners Ferry’s Amy Regehr lets fly with a first-half 3-point bomb. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


  • Bonners Ferry Wealth Of Talent Spans All Classes

    Playoffs notebook The Bonners Ferry High School girls basketball team’s future already has shined in the opening rounds of the State A-2 Tournament. With two tournament wins - Friday against …


  • Lake City, Bonners In Title Games

    The Lake City and Bonners Ferry girls continued their separate quests for state championships with wins on Friday night. Katie Hatrock scored a career-high 15 points on 5-of-5 shooting from …


  • Ferris Girls Rally Hard To Beat Lc

    For a half, it appeared the Ferris Saxons were waiting around to see who they would play in the first round of the District 8 playoff in 10 days. In …


  • Bi-County Boys

    Reardan’s Robb Soliday feels the heat from a pair of Ritzville defenders. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review


  • Frontier League

    BOYS W.Valley 77, Colville 62 Matt Smith scored 28 points, and Mike Mostek scored 14 of his 23 in the fourth quarter as the host Indians (4-4, 8-10) stalled the …


  • Riverside Whips Depleted Chewelah

    NEA Winning on the road in the Northeast A League is difficult in the best of circumstances. Without your leading scorer, as the Chewelah Cougars found out Friday night at …


  • Saturday Boys

    NORTHEAST A LEAGUE Chewelah 60, Free. 57 Led by Jeremy Landram’s 27 points, the Cougars (9-3, 11-4) knocked off the host Scotties (7-5, 9-7). Chewelah 19 11 8 22 - …


  • Saturday Girls

    NORTHEAST A Colfax 63, Kettle Falls 46 Angie Hall scored 10 of her 20 points in the first quarter and Shelby Pittman had seven in the third quarter to spark …

Sections


Profile

Contact the Spokesman

Main switchboard:
(509) 459-5000
Customer service:
(509) 747-4422
Newsroom:
(509) 459-5400
(800) 789-0029
Back to Spokesman Mobile