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  • Wellpinit boys lose; Colton girls advance

    Sunnyside Christian downs Wellpinit in boys action while the Colton girls defeat Columbia of Hunters in early semifinals at the State B basketball tournament in Yakima


  • Boys State B: Wellpinit 63, Rosalia 53

    Kennedy Seyler scored seven of his 14 points in the fourth quarter, and Wellpinit rallied to upset top-ranked Rosalia 63-53 in the quarterfinals of the Class 1B boys state basketball …


  • Girls State B: ACH 59, Sunnyside Christian 57

    Madeline Isaak scored with 1:05 left and third-ranked Almira/Coulee-Hartline held off No. 5 Sunnyside Christian 59-57 on Thursday in the Class 1B girls state basketball quarterfinals.


  • Girls State B: Columbia (Hunters) 72, Wilson Creek 32

    Lindsay Loe scored a game-high 22 points to lead fourth-ranked Columbia of Hunters to a 72-32 quarterfinal win over Wilson Creek on Thursday in the Class 1B girls state basketball …


  • Boys State B: SJE 71, Cusick 59

    Dylan Schmick scored a game-high 28 points, and St. John-Endicott upset fourth-ranked Cusick 71-59 in the Class 1B boys state basketball quarterfinals Thursday.


  • State B girls: Colton 76, Bickleton 18

    Haley Moser scored a game-high 23 points and No. 1 Colton raced to a 76-18 quarterfinal victory over Bickleton on Thursday in the Class 1B girls state basketball tournament.


  • Boys State B: ACH 69, Neah Bay 40

    Cody Jess scored a game-high 24 points, and Almira/Coulee-Hartline raced past fifth-ranked Neah Bay for a 69-40 first-round victory in the Class 1B boys state tournament Wednesday.


  • Boys State B: Rosalia 44, Lopez 23

    Jim Maley scored 13 points as top-ranked Rosalia cruised past Lopez in a 44-23 victory on Wednesday in the Class 1B boys state basketball tournament.


  • Girls State B: ACH 64, St. John-Endicott 48

    Nikki Osborne’s layup with 3:36 to play pushed third-ranked Almira/Coulee-Hartline ahead to stay, and the Warriors went on to beat No. 2-ranked St. John-Endicott 64-48 on Wednesday in the first …


  • Boys State B: Wellpinit 73, Oakville 62

    Cody Flett scored a game-high 26 points to lead second-ranked Wellpinit to a 73-62 opening-round victory over Oakville on Wednesday in the Class 1B boys state tournament.


  • Girls State B: Colton 79, King’s Way 15

    Kelsey Moser scored 20 points and Haley Moser added 12 as defending Class 1B champion Colton beat King’s Way 79-15 on Wednesday in the girls state tournament.


  • Girls State B: Columbia (Hunters) 57, Neah Bay 26

    Lindsay Loe scored all 11 of her points in the first half, as Columbia of Hunters built up a big halftime advantage and rolled to a 57-26 first-round victory over …


  • Boys State B: St. John-Endicott 59, Tulalip Heritage 43

    Warren Miller poured in a team-high 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, leading St. John-Endicott to a 59-43 first-round victory over Tulalip Heritage in the Class 1B boys state tournament …


  • Boys State B: Cusick 54, Lake Quinault 32

    Louie Bluff scored a game-high 18 points as Cusick rolled past Lake Quinault 54-32 on Wednesday in the first round of the Class 1B boys state tournament.


  • Jones’ on-court growth isn’t over

    Cheney three-sport senior standout DeAngelo Jones figures he has a lot of growing left to do – physically and figuratively. He’s 6-foot-2. His brother, Griffon, a starter for the Community …


  • Lake City edges EV

    Chris Wheelock scored 14 points and the Lake City boys basketball team (3-0) edged East Valley (0-1) 53-49 in overtime Friday night in Coeur d’Alene. Trailing by one at the …


  • GSL Preview: Girls basketball

    The Lewis and Clark girls’ string of three straight State 4A championships was snapped last year, but the Tigers earned a trophy for a fifth straight year (fifth place). The …


  • Mead, LC will meet for 4th time

    KENNEWICK – It wasn’t for lack of trying that did in Mead in its 4A regional girls basketball semifinal. It may have been because the Panthers tried too hard that …


  • Colton, SJE will play for crown

    YAKIMA – One year is a long time to focus on something. But for the Colton Wildcats it was just the right amount of time.


  • Seventh heaven

    NAMPA, Idaho – Whitney Heleker needed all the air that she normally places under her high-arcing shots as the clock wound down. If she didn’t put as much arc on …


  • CdA, Post Falls girls cruise to title game

    The Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls girls basketball teams showed clearly Friday why they’re the two top 5A teams in Region I. Top seed and No. 1-ranked Coeur d’Alene suffocated …


  • Lewiston Finishes With Win

    High school boys Idaho’s Border League boys co cluded regular-season play Saturday when visiting Lewiston defeated Sandpoint 75-40. Lewiston (16-4 overall) finished second place in the league at 13-3, one …


  • Centennial Offers First Hurdle For Lc Girls

    The Lake City High girls basketball team will return to the site of its last loss next week with a simple mission: redemption. The No. 1-ranked Timberwolves fell to Borah …


  • Badgers Advance To State Play

    High school girls Bonners Ferry High girls basketball coach Jim Nash is thankful the A-2 District I-II tournament’s final game Saturday was played in the evening and not the afternoon. …


  • Taholah Pays Price For Ineligible Player

    Class B eighth-ranked Taholah used an ineligible player during part of its Pacific League boys basketball season and must forfeit at least four wins and its league title, a District …


  • West Valley Stuns Cheney

    Border/GNL West Valley hit its late free throws while Cheney hit the wall (figuratively) and the ceiling (literally). Chris Gregg, Eric Deno and Ryan Browning combined to make 7 of …


  • Herbert Elevates Lake City Scores 18 In Second Half To Squash Trojans’ Upset Bid In A-1 Region I Title Game

    LC’s Lindsay Herbert threads the defense for two points. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


  • Cda Holds No. 4 Ranking In Latest Poll

    The Highland Rams defeated crosstown rival Pocatello last week, and another loss by the Indians further solidified Highland’s ranking atop the weekly Associated Press Idaho high school basketball poll. The …


  • Ford Helps Tigers Tank Highlanders

    GSL girls Deonna Ford scored six of her career-high 12 points in the fourth quarter as Lewis and Clark moved into fourth place in the Greater Spokane League with a …


  • Rogers Uses Free Throws To Bounce Nc

    GSL boys Adam Hooper’s free throw bounced high off the rim, dropped down and bounced around before finally falling in. Finally, the bounces went Rogers’ way. The Pirates needed every …

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