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  • Mead’s Hutchinson eyes 50 feet in shot put

    In the Hutchinson family, throwing the shot put has become a rite for the five sisters.


  • Mead’s boys win 4A track regional with ease

    RICHLAND – Is seven enough? The Mead boys track team will find out next week at the State 4A track meet in Tacoma.


  • NC’s Murphy wins girls triple jump with record

    RICHLAND – Megan Murphy never tried the triple jump last year as a freshman. She only attempted it this spring because North Central assistant coach Gabe Medrano encouraged her to …


  • Willson goes distance to guide Colfax girls to title

    Morgan Willson won two events Saturday to lead the Colfax girls to the title at the District 7 2B championships at Whitworth College. The Bulldogs finished with 163 points, followed …


  • CdA’s Seaman adds state title in girls shot put

    MERIDIAN, Idaho – Madison Seaman made sure her final throw in a Coeur d’Alene uniform was the best of her high school career. Seaman notched a personal best and captured …


  • Willson goes distance to guide Colfax girls to title

    Morgan Willson won two events Saturday to lead the Colfax girls to the title at the District 7 2B championships at Whitworth College.


  • CdA’s Seaman adds state title in girls shot put

    MERIDIAN, Idaho – Madison Seaman made sure her final throw in a Coeur d’Alene uniform was the best of her high school career.


  • Mead’s boys win 4A track regional with ease

    Is seven enough? The Mead boys track team will find out next week at the State 4A track meet in Tacoma. The Panthers qualified fewer than John Mires desired – …


  • Mead relay won’t be denied

    RICHLAND – If the Mead 400-meter relay quartet had a most valuable athlete at the district meet last week, it was senior Tymen Grant. Grant, stretching to make a baton …


  • Coeur d’Alene’s Seaman notches win in discus

    Coeur d’Alene thrower Madison Seaman’s outstanding high school career and emotional senior season are coming to a fitting end at the Idaho 5A track and field state championships at Meridian. …


  • Wilson proves quick learner with double win

    Jade Wilson was a pretty good sprinter, but that was last year. Now he’s an even better hurdler, winning both events at the 2A regional track and field meet Friday …


  • Mead boys favorites at 4A track regionals

    The Mead boys track team is heavily favored to capture the 4A regional championship this weekend. Mead coach John Mires hopes to get about 15 of his 25 regional qualifiers …


  • Whits win NCAA baseball opener

    Dan Scheibe delivered quite a performance in Whitworth’s first trip to the NCAA Division III baseball tournament, limiting La Verne to six hits in a complete-game shutout as the Pirates …


  • Austin claims spot on Cougar track list

    Caroline Austin logged the fifth-fastest time by a Washington State woman in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 19 minutes, 28.91 seconds Thursday at the Mt. SAC Relays in …


  • Two records fall at Whitworth Twilight

    Two Boppell Track records fell at the Whitworth Twilight Open on Thursday evening. Eastern Washington’s Whitney Leavitt, who also won the women’s 100, broke the 200-meter record with a time …


  • Coaches growing throwing success

    On the Friday before the start of spring break, Central Valley boys track and field coach Chuck Bowden took his Bears to East Wenatchee for a nonleague meet with Eastmont. …


  • Gay remains on track

    After Tyson Gay finished his sixth and final 100-meter sprint on a warm and humid day in Clermont, Fla., he walked to a nearby shaded bench and crashed. He sat …


  • U.S. dominates with 10 golds at world indoors

    ISTANBUL – When Aries Merritt shot out of the blocks to deny Liu Xiang victory in the 60-meter hurdles, he clinched more than just an unlikely victory. The American hurdler, …


  • Idaho men capture WAC indoor track title

    The Idaho men’s track and field team won the Western Athletic Conference indoor title by finishing first in the final event – the 400-meter relay – at Nampa, Idaho, on …


  • WAC honors Idaho’s Kiser, Klas

    University of Idaho track and field athletes Hannah Kiser and Jeremy Klas received Western Athletic Conference Athlete of the Week honors for the week of Feb. 6-12. Kiser won the …


  • Lagat sets American record in 5,000

    . NEW YORK – The bright lights of the big city bring out the best in Bernard Lagat.


  • Madison runs world-best time

    FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Tianna Madison won the women’s 60-meter final in the USA Track & Field Classic on Saturday with a world-best time of 7.02 seconds, beating Olympic medalists Veronica …


  • Athletes hit solid marks at Vandal Indoor

    Former Idaho Vandal Angela Whyte turned in the No. 4 time in the world this year in winning the women’s 60-meter hurdles in 8.02 seconds at the Vandal Indoor track …


  • Centrowitz really is following in father’s footsteps

    Rising middle-distance runner Matthew Centrowitz is chasing his father’s footsteps with a chance for everything to come full circle on Oregon’s famed oval track. It was at Hayward Field, nearly …


  • Distance runner Lagat has no plans to slow down

    Bernard Lagat smiles at the crowd and says, “If I was to retire someday … ” Lagat knows he’ll stop running one of these years.


  • Area roundup: Bueno good for WSU track

    Washington State sophomore Kelsey Bueno took second place in the pole vault on the final day of competition at the University of New Mexico Cherry and Silver Indoor Track and …


  • Whitworth women win in overtime

    Whitworth and Lexi Belcher rallied for a 70-68 overtime win over Pacific in a Northwest Conference women’s basketball game Friday night at the Whitworth Fieldhouse. Belcher led the Pirates with …


  • WSU’s Anderson finishes runner-up for track and field award

    Washington State’s Jeshua Anderson was one of two runners-up to Ngoni Makusha of Florida State for The Bowerman award, presented Wednesday night at San Antonio to the nation’s top collegiate …


  • Area roundup: EWU’s Monterola, Lind break records

    Eastern Washington University track and field athletes Kersee Lind and Keisa Monterola broke school records at the Candy Cane Invitational Saturday in Cheney. Lind broke his record in the men’s …


  • Double-amputee advances at worlds

    DAEGU, South Korea – With a strong finishing kick on his carbon-fiber blades, double-amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius swept past several able-bodied runners in the 400 meters today to qualify for …

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