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  • No. 2 Seed Rewarded In Regional

    It’s a different school year so it must mean yet another change in the A-1 Region I state-qualifying basketball tournament. After administrators acted on the recommendations of the coaches and …


  • Trojans Are High On Hog 1,800 See Post Falls Sweep Lakeland

    Post Falls’ Jennifer Swanstrom (dark uniform) passes to a teammate, breaking the pressure of Lakeland’s Angie Campbell (30) and Sarah Waller (34). Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


  • Having Drive To Succeed Quesnell Takes On Load As Focus Of Pf Offense

    Most of Chad Quesnell’s points last season came driving to the basket, but now he is a more well-rounded shooter. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


  • St. George’s Far From Worn Out

    Area girls Miranda Routh-Corker had the flu. Wenchi Liu had foul trouble. Those facts alone meant little for fourth-ranked St. George’s, which defeated seventh-ranked Wellpinit 75-56 Friday in a battle …


  • Area Boys

    Gar.-Palouse 75, Colfax 45 The series between Colfax and Garfield-Palouse was not one to reward home teams. Justin Power had six steals and hit 6 of 8 free throws Friday …


  • Vikings Rip Into Eagles Hoorelbeke Comes Up Big For Cda; Wv Shows Lack Of Spirit, Loses 55-35

    After his older brother butchered the National Anthem, having to start over halfway through, Casey Hoorelbeke decided he’d better redeem the family name. Hoorelbeke did so in a big way, …


  • Nc, Gp Upset Ranked Opponents

    GSL boys Chris Blotsky scored from under the basket with 3 seconds left in overtime Friday night as North Central ended fourth-ranked Central Valley’s eight-game winning streak in the Greater …


  • Cheney Tops Post Falls In Overtime

    Border League Pat Stifler hit two 3-pointers in overtime to rally 10th-ranked Cheney past Post Falls 75-64 in a Border League boys game at Post Falls. The Blackhawks (12-2, 9-1) …


  • Titans Maintain Winning Feeling

    Katie Marquess and LC couldn’t get around Megan Owen and U-Hi. Photo by Jason Clark/The Spokesman-Review


  • Freeman Wins 53-50

    Area boys Freeman and Reardan took turns giving away Saturday’s game for early bragging rights in the Northeast A League. Reardan offered the final present, missing two layups in the …


  • Getz Gleans 28 Points As Cheney Rolls Along

    Area girls Point guard Anna Getz continues to aim toward her fourth consecutive state tournament as a member of the Cheney Blackhawks. Getz scored 13 of her 28 points in …


  • Coeur D’Alene’s Defense Shuts Down Sandpoint Vikings Force Many Turnovers, Gain A Share Of Second Place In Border League

    Neither the Coeur d’Alene nor Sandpoint boys basketball teams was sharp offensively in their Border League game Saturday. Perhaps that was caused by the game starting 40 minutes late. The …


  • Gsl Girls: CV Survives Gonzaga Prep Scare

    Third-ranked Central Valley held off visiting Gonzaga Prep for a 38-37 Greater Spokane League win Tuesday night. The Bears (8-1 overall, 6-1 GSL), behind three Rikki Jackson’s four 3-pointers, led …


  • Castillo Seals Win For Mead

    GSL boys Tom Castillo had no interest in overtime. “As soon as I was fouled, I said I was going to win the game,” the Mead senior said. Castillo swished …


  • West Meets East In First Of Border League Games

    CV’s Jake Hebden hits for two points in the first half against Mead Tuesday at Central Valley. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review


  • Last Time Around Paulson Leads Badgers Toward State

    Amber Paulson of Bonners Ferry draws a lot of attention when she goes to the hoop. She averages 23 points per game. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


  • Capital, Lc Top A-1 Polls

    Highland’s reign atop the A-1 boys basketball rankings lasted one week. A five-point loss to unranked Blackfoot dropped the Rams to second and moved Capital to No. 1 in the …


  • Freeman Girls Work Hard On New System

    New Freeman High girls basketball coach Scott Moore has been through the good and bad of his sport. He coached girls basketball and had a state championship softball team during …


  • Realignment Helps Freeman; Vc Should Contend

    The Panthers of Valley Christian stretch before practice while assistant coach Aaron Spuler leads the team in devotions. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review


  • Hot Dog On A Leash Viks’ Rupp Goes Easier On Mustard In Adding Spice To The Offense

    1. Point guard Jim Rupp is second in scoring for Coeur d’Alene with an average of 13.6 points per game. Photo by Tom Davenport/The Spokesman-Review 2. Rupp


  • Wildcats Push Panthers, But Lose

    GSL boys Mt. Spokane has a lot to learn as a basketball school. Students wandered on the floor at halftime as the drill team marched on, another raced across the …


  • Lewiston Dunks Hopes Of Lake City

    Idaho basketball roundup Lewiston’s size in the key paid off in a 61-44 victory over Lake City in a Border League boys basketball game Friday at Lake City. The Bengals …


  • Cda Wins Going Away Big Second-Half Spurt Does In Sandpoint

    CdA’s Kevin DeArmond drives against Sandpoint’s Jevon Watson (24) as Dave Rust looks on in the Vikings’ 60-39 win. Photo by Tom Davenport/The Spokesman-Review


  • Kiger Leads New Team To Victory

    Border League Transfer James Kiger played his best game with new team Cheney on Friday. Kiger totaled 17 points and eight rebounds as Cheney (3-1, 2-0) held off visiting Post …


  • Pirates Down Highlanders

    Mead’s Morgan Bennett (31) goes past Mt. Spokane’s Erin Monroe as she tries to get the ball from Elina Gee. Photo by Roger Ames/The Spokesman-Review


  • 2a/1a/B Girls

    PANORAMA LEAGUE Cusick 47, Springdale 42 Cassidy Haas scored nine points in the fourth quarter as the Panthers (1-1, 1-0) defeated the Chargers (0-4, 0-1) for their first league win …


  • 2a/1a/B Boys

    PANORAMA LEAGUE Inchelium 68, Columbia 64 (2OT) Rich Swan had five steals and 23 points, including a steal and basket with time running out in regulation, as the Hornets (1-2, …


  • Republic’s Veterans Produce

    The holdovers from Republic’s boys B-title team held up well as the new season began Tuesday with a non-leaguer. Danny Hanks had nine rebounds and Chad Dinkins added five assists …


  • East Side Allocations Look Decent

    It appears Eastern Washington schools are going to fare as well as could be expected when playoff allocations are announced. The new three-team 1A league and the four-team 3A Frontier …


  • Russel’s 3 Advances Ritzville

    Shannon Russel picked quite a time to rediscover her jump shot. Russel, 3 of 11 from the field to that point, nailed a 3-pointer with 16 seconds left Thursday to …

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