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  • Cross country races out of the gate

    Fall cross country roundup.


  • U-Hi’s Carbon graduating cancer-free after experimental treatment

    In the midst of four cancer relapses during his high school career, Mitch Carbon came face-to-face with the fact that doctors had done all they could do for him. His …


  • University can’t solve Tides’ ace Henckel

    TACOMA – Knowing they would face Gig Harbor ace left-handed pitcher Matthew Henckel in the first round of the State 4A tournament, the University High baseball team spent the past …


  • U-Hi hopes to peak at tournament time

    Jon Schuh asked his University Titans fastpitch softball team a trick question this week. “This is my 16th year here at U-Hi,” he began. “Which of the teams we’ve had …


  • U-High junior jumps to top of list of state-best marks

    Noah Martin had himself a day to remember. The University High junior literally leaped to the top of the list of state-best marks in a pair of events in a …


  • U-Hi takes off to victory

    The Rogers football team gave the University Titans all they could handle for a quarter. Then the Titans took over in the second quarter, and the Pirates didn’t have an …


  • Judge accepts plea deal for Preston Maher

    A Spokane judge accepted a plea deal that will send Preston Maher, the teenage driver whose joyride killed two of his University High School classmates, to juvenile detention for 60 …


  • University rallies in fourth to top Post Falls

    Junior quarterback Logan O’Neil tossed three touchdown passes and ran for another as the University Titans rallied to upend the Post Falls Trojans 37-27 in nonleague action Friday night at …


  • CYT-North Idaho to perform ‘Oliver! The musical’ at University High School

    Christian Youth Theater North Idaho is crossing the border for its summer production. “Oliver! The Musical” will be staged in Spokane Valley at the University High School theater, 12420 E. …


  • Shadle uses legs along with Rypien’s arm

    Shadle Park has a dangerous weapon in highly sought-after quarterback Brett Rypien, and he did throw five touchdown passes in a 40-17 romp at University Friday night. But it was …


  • Dowd steps in to provide big lift for Gonzaga Prep

    Visiting Gonzaga Prep found itself trailing University after a quarter. Then Sam Dowd gave them a jump-start. In his first varsity offensive appearance, Dowd substituted for Jack Bamis, who was …


  • Titans destroy ice-cold Lions

    As the top seed from the Greater Spokane League to the 3A sub-regional, University High earned a home game Tuesday night. It turned out they also earned the right to …


  • University High School honor roll

    University High School in the Central Valley School District has announced its honor roll for the first semester of the 2011-’12 school year. Ninth grade


  • Rehkow carries CV’s boys to GSL title

    Austin Rehkow didn’t play much in the first half Tuesday night, sitting the final 11 minutes, 38 seconds before halftime, saddled with two fouls. But, boy, did he make up …


  • University uses quick run to topple Gonzaga Prep

    Sometimes in a high school boys basketball game, all it takes is one big run. In Friday night’s showdown for second place in the Greater Spokane League at Gonzaga Prep, …


  • University uses quick run to topple Gonzaga Prep

    A 16-1 stretch early in the second quarter proved to be decisive as U-Hi outlasted Gonzaga Prep 62-54 in GSL boys basketball Friday.


  • U-Hi, Mead tangle

    There’s usually something on the line when Mead and University collide on the softball field. That will be the case again when the teams meet at Mead today at 4 …


  • U-Hi captures GSL gymnastics crown

    Dueling against fellow unbeaten Mead for the Greater Spokane League regular-season title, the University gymnastics team needed to lean on its four seniors to get the job done. And with …


  • U-Hi’s Mason finds path

    After one match in his freshman wrestling season, Jake Mason of University had to quit because of a ruptured testicle that swelled to the size of a grapefruit. At that …


  • U-Hi, Mead seek gymnastics edge

    Defending league and regional champion University, a state qualifier, squares off with 2007 state runner-up Mead on Wednesday, each seeking the upper hand in Greater Spokane League gymnastics. The meet …


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