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  • Griffin Effenberger’s buzzer-beater lifts Lewis and Clark over Ferris in rivalry game

    Griffin Effenberger took an inbound play for Lewis and Clark with 11 seconds to go, went the length of the court and banked in an off-balance shot as time expired …


  • Grip on Sports: You want to be entertained? Then catch a high school basketball game

    A GRIP ON SPORTS • Pre-Christmas checklist: finish shopping (not done); pay December’s bills (not done); hock television (not done); watch high school basketball games (done). Read on.


  • UPDATED: Sun., Feb. 26, 2017, 9:36 p.m.

    State basketball tournament openers for area teams

    State basketball tournament openers for area teams


  • Idaho boys state basketball: St. Maries falls to Firth in 2A semifinals

    St. Maries lost to Fifth 58-26 in the semifinals of the Idaho boys 2A boys basketball tournament at Capital HS in Boise.


  • Bishop denounces Trump chants at high school basketball game

    The Catholic bishop in northern Indiana on Monday denounced students who waved a picture of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump and shouted “build a wall” at opponents during a basketball …


  • Area basketball teams have their assignments for state

    From 4A to 1B, teams learned their first-round draws Sunday.


  • St. Maries advances to boys Idaho 2A state tournament

    Brady Martin scored eight of his team-high 13 points in the first quarter and added seven rebounds as St. Maries advanced to the eight-team Idaho 2A state tournament with a …


  • Boys basketball: Manzardo’s steal, layup give Lake City win

    Roundup of Friday night’s boys basketball action.


  • Cougars edge UC Riverside

    Ian Sagdal’s RBI single in the seventh inning was the difference in Washington State’s 6-5 nonconference baseball victory over UC Riverside on Sunday in Pullman. Sagdal’s liner to right scored …


  • Rogers wins subregional championship

    After seizing the moment, Melik Hampton wasn’t about to let it go. As the purple wave of fans engulfed him Friday night, the Rogers center clutched the 3A subregional plaque …


  • Area roundup: Mead, U-Hi advance to 4A gymnastics regional

    Jenna Schlosser made sure she and her Mead teammates had a repeat shot to make the State 4A gymnastics championships. Schlosser won the uneven bars, vault and floor exercise, claiming …


  • Post Falls defeats Pocatello in boys basketball

    Jake Pfennigs led four players in double figures with 13 points and the Post Falls boys quickly erased an early five-point deficit and beat Pocatello 76-65 in a nonleague game …


  • Jones’ 2-run single lifts WSU over Arizona

    P.J. Jones hit a two-run single in the top of the ninth inning and Washington State rallied past Arizona 6-5 in a Pac-12 Conference game Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz. …


  • 3A: University girls reach final day at State

    TACOMA – Of the three straight teams University girls coach Mark Stinson has brought to state, this could be the least talented. Not that it means the Titans shouldn’t be …


  • 2A: Ungerer gets Pullman boys another title shot

    YAKIMA – At 5-foot-7, Pullman point guard David Ungerer never stood taller than he did Friday night in driving the Greyhounds back to the State 2A boys basketball championship game …


  • Straughan comes through with 30 points, helps put Colton in title game

    Jake Straughan stood at midcourt, hands on hips, as his teammate walked off the court with five fouls with more than 3 minutes left to play in Colton’s semifinal battle …


  • Top high school team in Chicago forfeits season

    CHICAGO – Chicago Curie Metropolitan High School’s basketball team, ranked among the best in the nation, has forfeited this year’s games because several players were academically ineligible to compete, public …


  • Colton eliminates defending champs

    Seth Paine’s message to his Colton Wildcats boys basketball team coming into Friday night’s 1B Regional game against defending champion Sunnyside Christian was simple. “I told our kids ‘They have …


  • With game on line, T-O prevails

    YAKIMA – When Tekoa-Oakesdale’s Nighthawks most needed success at the free-throw line, they found it. The Nighthawks clinched their first state tournament berth in seven years Friday night, stunning Sunnyside …


  • Dragons hasten trip to State 2B

    They needed a running clock in the first quarter. Defending State 2B champion St. George’s suffocated the Tri-Cities Prep Jaguars early, rolling to a lopsided 65-30 victory in a regional …


  • Shadle Park rallies to earn state berth

    It wasn’t exactly a comeback, the near-miracle Shadle Park conjured up Friday night. It was more of a “clawback,” 6 minutes of scrappiness at both ends of the court that …


  • Basketball teams get assignments

    After all the district, bi-district, subregional or whatever you want to call postseason games, Washington high school boys and girls basketball teams have played to this point: We’re down to …


  • G-Prep defeats Lewis and Clark

    The Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team survived a late Lewis and Clark push to hold on for a 52-44 Greater Spokane League victory on Friday night. The first quarter belonged …


  • Knight, Farmer fuel NWC victory

    Chanel Knight scored 16 points and Treasure Farmer added 15 as Northwest Christian edged Freeman 63-55 Friday at the Freeman tournament. Knight and Farmer both hit 3-pointers late in the …


  • Cook-Cox duo leads Lakeside to victory

    Ashley Cook-Cox scored 16 points Thursday, including a 3-pointer from the baseline as time expired, lifting Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) to a 66-64 nonleague girls basketball win over host West …


  • Girls roundup: West Valley turns back Sandpoint

    West Valley built an early 10-point lead and defeated Sandpoint 56-45 in a nonleague game Friday night at West Valley. Natalie Noble led the Eagles (4-0) with 20 points.


  • Colville wins season opener

    Matt Hubbard scored 10 of his game-high 21 points in the second quarter as Colville recovered from a slow start and beat visiting Reardan 56-46 in a nonleague season opener …


  • Blanchette: Monarchs finally make pilgrimage to The Fitz

    Some time ago, a new member at the country club approached with the icebreaker, “Your brother …” They always start like that. Sometimes, Jim Fitzgerald takes a reflexive step back, …


  • Blanchette: Monarchs finally make pilgrimage to The Fitz

    Some time ago, a new member at the country club approached with the icebreaker, “Your brother …” They always start like that. Sometimes, Jim Fitzgerald takes a reflexive step back, …


  • Trendsetters

    REARDAN, Wash. – Sometimes it’s good to go against the grain. Eastern Washington wheat towns have been taking a hit for years, but Reardan has bucked the trend. The population …