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  • Ferris boys fall to Davis, eliminated from State 4A

    RICHLAND – Two things that normally don’t happen to the Ferris boys basketball team occurred at the wrong time Saturday afternoon. The Davis Pirates shot better than any team had …


  • ACH defeats defending champs

    Almira/Coulee-Hartline had to wait a year to do it, but avenged its loss in the girls state championship game with a 45-43 over Colton at Walla Walla High School Friday. …


  • Freeman girls advance in State 1A playoffs

    The Freeman Scotties will defend their State 1A girls basketball title at the Yakima SunDome next week. Behind a dominating performance on the boards, Freeman knocked off Connell 56-34 at …


  • State 4A tournaments open Friday in Richland

    The Lewis and Clark girls basketball team’s 56-51 win over Gonzaga Prep in the District 8 4A championship game may have been as a program victory as anything else. The …


  • New-look state tournaments tip off Friday

    The road to Tacoma, Yakima and Spokane for boys and girls basketball teams – or, in this case, the road to the Hardwood Classic as the WIAA has dubbed it …


  • North Central girls defying the odds

    One of the oldest schools in the state added another chapter to its history when North Central girls won three consecutive loser-out games to earn its first state berth.


  • North Central girls, boys both headed to state

    For the first time in the 37-year history of Washington girls basketball, the North Central Indians are headed to state. Using its usually adhesive defense, North Central pulled away from …


  • NC girls, boys both qualify for state

    For the first time in the 37-year history of Washington girls basketball, the North Central Indians are headed to state.


  • Coeur d’Alene girls rally from way back to win state opener

    Using a relentless three-quarters court press, CdA staved off Boise’s upset bid and pulled away for a 65-52 victory in the first round of the girls State 5A basketball tournament …


  • Roundup: Northport boys qualify for first state tournament since 1977

    David Higgins had 16 points and 11 rebounds Wednesday as the Northport boys qualified for their first state tournament since 1977 with a 60-42 win over Wilbur-Creston at the District …


  • CdA girls romp over Lake City to clinch state berth

    Adjustments were key, no doubt. More than anything, though, the three-time 5A state champion Coeur d’Alene girls basketball team was determined to get back to state to go for a …


  • WV boys win in overtime

    Abysmal free-throw shooting Friday night nearly derailed West Valley in its bid for the District 7 2A boys basketball championship. But, said coach Jay Humphrey, “This is the time of …


  • Gonzaga Prep holds off U-Hi; Ferris goes 18-0

    The University-Gonzaga Prep boys basketball game Thursday was a good tune-up going into postseason. Gonzaga Prep played its usual sticky man-to-man defense and University’s 1-3-1 zone coupled with some full-court …


  • Lake City’s Smyly scores 32 in win over Sandpoint

    Mark Smyly hit 7 of 11 3-pointers and scored 32 points Thursday night to power the Lake City Timberwolves to a 71-46 nonleague win over the visiting Sandpoint Bulldogs (9-10). …


  • Cheney, Pullman girls advance in 2A District 7 openers

    Fifth-seeded Cheney pulled the surprise in the first round of the 2A District 7 girls tournament on Monday night and joined No. 3 seed Pullman in advancing to the second …


  • West Valley girls top Pullman to take second place in GNL

    Hannah Love finished with 19 points, scoring 10 in the first quarter, as the West Valley Eagles (16-4, 9-3) opened a 16-6 lead at the end of the opening period …


  • Ferris nips U-Hi in boys basketball thriller

    Saxons senior Riley Stockton’s 10-foot jumper lifted second-ranked Ferris to a 50-48 win over University in Geater Spokane League boys basketball action.


  • Lake City boys hold off CdA; Vikings girls win

    Defense had been missing for the Lake City boys basketball team for a couple of weeks. It returned Thursday, just in time to bail the Timberwolves out of poor free-throw …


  • CdA’s Rosenthal stands above the rest

    Some people are born to do certain things. For Carli Rosenthal, it was obvious at an early age that height and basketball were in her genes.


  • Lee: Hoop treats spiced up the holidays

    Is it tough for you to go back to work – or in the case of the preps – go back to school after a long break? This year is …


  • Preps roundup: Presley propels Bullpups

    Tia Presley scored half of her game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter as Greater Spokane League-leading Gonzaga Prep held off University 60-49 in a physical game at U-Hi. Presley …


  • Preps roundup: Eagles slip past Bantams in GNL

    Shaniqua Nilles had 16 points and Torrey Finn added 13 points as West Valley (7-1, 1-0) started out its Great Northern League season with a 52-46 victory over Clarkston (5-3, …


  • Basketball roundup: Greyhounds turn back East Valley

    Corey Langerveld scored 18 points to go with six rebounds and two blocks and Pullman (7-1, 1-0) hit 5 of 6 free throws in the final 12 seconds to upend …


  • Late surge carries Gonzaga Prep past University

    In the midst of a helter-skelter pace, the Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team picked an opportune time to have three of its best possessions back-to-back-to-back. University had trimmed the Bullpups’ …


  • Priest River rolls to win

    Keefer Peterson hit 10 of 11 shots from the field in scoring a game-high 24 points to lead Priest River past visiting Lakeland 72-43 in a makeup boys basketball game …


  • Basketball roundup: Rosenthal, Vikings handle Riverhawks

    Carli Rosenthal scored a game-high 21 points and Coeur d’Alene (7-3) advanced to the championship of the North Idaho College Holiday Tournament with a 51-46 victory over Chiawana (4-2) Wednesday …


  • Basketball roundup: Ferris wins, grabs top spot in GSL

    Chase Haack tallied 14 points, eight rebounds and four blocks Wednesday and host Ferris (5-1, 5-0) jumped out to a 16-point first-half lead and held on to beat Gonzaga Prep …


  • Girls basketball roundup: Hawks dump Greyhounds

    Jenna Davis tallied a game-high 20 points, hitting 80 percent of her shots, to lead host Lakeland (6-5) to a 49-40 win over Pullman in a nonleague game Tuesday in …


  • GSL roundup: Ferris thumps University

    Ferris boys basketball players believe this year they’ve made a greater commitment to defense. You wouldn’t get an argument from University coach Garrick Phillips. The Saxons provided formidable obstacles Tuesday …


  • Basketball roundup: Langerveld’s 20 sparks Pullman

    Corey Langerveld notched a game-high 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting and Pullman (5-1) used 15 offensive rebounds to knock off host Lakeland (0-6) 68-54 in nonleague action Tuesday in Rathdrum. …

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