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Spokane area high schools gifted dozens of guitars, piano keyboards from Future Song Foundation

The music programs at four Spokane high schools got a boost recently with a donation of 80 guitars and 20 keyboards from the Future Song Foundation.


Tre Phillips’ late TD helps Rogers knock off Ferris for first time in 20 years

Tre Phillips rushed for 140 yards on 28 carries with two touchdowns – including an 11-yard run in the fourth quarter – and Rogers (2-1) knocked off Ferris (0-3) in …


2017 GSL 3A preview: Mt. Spokane, Shadle Park have lofty ambitions

Ever since the 3A classification came into existence, Mt. Spokane has been at the top or near the top in Greater Spokane League football. Expect more of the same this …


GSL Media Day: Sans blocking sled, Greg Lee takes tour of GSL football teams

The air in the SWX sports studio was chock full of optimism Monday. Powered by NWPrepsNow, The Spokesman-Review and SWX sponsored the first Greater Spokane League Football Media Day – …


UPDATED: Fri., May 26, 2017, 8:54 p.m.

Mead’s Joseph Heitman captures gold, teammate Thomas Dammarell third

TACOMA – The Mead boys team consists of five participants at the State 4A track and field meet.


Rogers soccer players found new life in Spokane before chances dwindled for immigrants

Soccer is a simple game: You possess the ball, find connections, create chances and make the most of them.


District wrestling: Mead, North Central, East Valley and Colville take titles

Mt. Spokane junior Jake Howerton is going to have to get by wrestling in the postseason on essentially one good knee.


UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 19, 2017, 8:18 a.m.

Greg Lee - a look back at favorite 2016 stories

Pardon me for indulging for a few moments.


Mt. Spokane cruises past Rogers, 45-10

The Mt. Spokane football team didn’t mess around in its regular-season finale. Using its game against winless Rogers as a postseason tuneup, the Wildcats started fast and had no difficulty …


NC football team keeps slim postseason hopes alive

Slim as they appear, the North Central football team kept its postseason hopes alive Thursday.


Wicks, Shadle Park roll past Rogers 26-0

Shadle Park junior Xavier Wicks turned the Albi Stadium turf into his own racetrack as he ran his way to 289 yards on 32 carries, helping his Highlanders to a …


Central Valley’s Orrino scores four times in 49-0 win over Rogers

Central Valley took the field Thursday against Rogers and simply gave the ball to Braedon Orrino. The senior running back put on a four-touchdown display to quickly put the game …


Behind Connor Halinan, G-Prep cruises past Rogers

For a second straight week, Gonzaga Prep sophomore running back Connor Halinan had a big game.


Jordan Plonka’s fumble recovery, Lakeland defense shuts out Rogers

Jordan Plonka’s fumble recovery for a touchdown, a blocked punt return for a touchdown, an otherwise solid defensive performance for Lakeland, coupled with some timely offense allowed Lakeland to shut …


Deer Park defense shuts down Rogers 23-0 at Albi Stadium

The Deer Park Stags started fast and continually shut down the Rogers offense en route to an impressive 23-0 shut out of a 3A team to start the 2016 season.


GSL 3A: There’s room to move up in ranks

Going into the 2016 season, to say there’s not much definitive for Greater Spokane League 3A football teams is nothing short of an understatement.


GSL football notebook: G-Prep’s Hoard ready to assume key role for reigning state champs

Quick – what was the prevailing theme as Greater Spokane League football teams held their first practices of the 2016 season?


NC’s Justin Janke completes Triple Crown; great day for 3A GSL

TACOMA – Justin Janke’s quest to complete the Triple Crown was highly successful. To do what the North Central senior did Saturday, though, one must consider what he had to …


Prep boys soccer: Central Valley edges Ferris for return to State 4A

The Central Valley boys soccer team is back in the state playoffs.


Prep track: Mead boys, CV girls dominate district; Mead hurdler Conley breaks longtime record

After the way she ran in her preliminary heat Thursday, Zella Conley figured she had a chance at breaking a three-decades old district record. The Mead sophomore was right as …


Rogers’ Roberto Lopez hasn’t let hardships derail him

Rogers senior Roberto Lopez has encountered multiple hardships. He could have succumbed numerous times in his life to the various obstacles, but he’s chosen to be an overcomer.


Rogers upsets Mt. Spokane 2-0 to win 3A district boys soccer title

Impossible dreams? Not anymore. After the most shockingly successful week in Rogers boys soccer history, the Pirates are one win from the state playoffs.


Prep notebook: Rosters set for annual Jack Blair game

Rosters are set for the Jack Blair Memorial girls basketball game which features the best of the Greater Spokane League against the best of the best from throughout the region.


Rogers’ Khalil Winfrey overcomes untimely injury, sets sights on state meet

If sprinter Khalil Winfrey has his way, he’ll leave his footprints all over the Rogers High track record book.


Prep wrestling: State berths were decided Saturday across region

Regional prep wrestling


Mt. Spokane girls, Shadle Park boys take district titles

The Mt. Spokane girls basketball team captured its first District 8 3A championship Friday.


GSL girls: CV secures league title

The Central Valley girls basketball team wrapped up the Greater Spokane League championship Tuesday.


Prep notebook: Rogers to remain in 3A ranks

There’s been much posturing and huffing and puffing regarding reclassification in Washington.


UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 30, 2015, 11:23 p.m.

Rogers reaches postseason for first time as GSL member

After 39 years of futility, the Rogers football team is headed to the postseason for the first time in the Greater Spokane League.


Prep rewind: Mead helped itself and CV by defeating U-Hi

Central Valley football coach Rick Giampietri was so focused on preparing to play Ferris last Thursday that he didn’t give any thought to the significance of a victory.