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  • Birch swings U-Hi to baseball title

    After 17 games without a home run, University junior Jamie Birch made good on the old adage “practice makes perfect” by drilling a three-run homer in the fifth inning Thursday …


  • Central Valley band marches to victory

    Central Valley High School beat all comers Saturday night on the gridiron. This wasn’t football. It was more like 10 hours of halftime, as high school musicians and color guards …


  • U-Hi student alone in state with perfect SAT score

    Last school year, 37,631 high school students took the SAT in Washington state, according to a College Board spokesperson. Of those students, 274 earned a perfect score of 800 in …


  • Award worthy

    It’s an unlikely musical to be performed by a high school drama department – the gruesome story of a barber out for revenge: lopping off the heads of residents in …


  • U-Hi ends four-period days

    It was a topic of conversation that once divided the Central Valley School District by the high school boundaries – whether to have four, 80-minute periods a day and three …


  • Student credits turnaround to family, counselor; nursing now her goal

    It wasn’t long ago when University High School student Shaylin Coburn figured she’d miss out on the Pomp and Circumstance March of her graduating Class of 2010. But the determined …


  • Adding quickness to his game

    As a sophomore, Nick Motsinger showed he could play varsity baseball in the Greater Spokane League. This year, he’s showing just how complete a player he can be.


  • Query on fame draws answers that inflame

    Titan Talk has been a long-running tradition in the student newspaper, The Mercury, at University High School. It’s a simple concept – reporters ask several people one question and print …


  • U-Hi student newspapers destroyed

    Most copies of the student newspaper at University High School in the Central Valley School District have been destroyed by school officials after offensive remarks appeared.


  • U-Hi administrators destroy papers carrying column

    Most copies of the student newspaper at University High School in the Central Valley School District have been confiscated and destroyed by school officials after offensive remarks appeared in what …


  • Hard work at softball

    Alene Bethel wants to speak up, and it’s a challenge. Not an overwhelming challenge. Bethel has more than proved that she’s up to a challenge.


  • Time to spring into form

    Technically, the first day of spring practice for area high schools happens roughly three weeks before the official start of spring – a fact that Mother Nature delights in pointing …


  • Masters of mat

    University High School wrestling coach Don Owen is not one for comparisons. Comparisons, however, are inevitable between his State 4A champion Titan teams – the first in 2005 and second …


  • Wrestling gives athletes an edge

    Jake Laden and Dustin Johnson both play high school football. The juniors each started for the University Titans last fall, Laden at defensive end; Johnson an All-Greater Spokane League honorable …


  • University High School honor roll

    The following students have been named to the first trimester honor roll at University High School. Freshmen


  • U-Hi gymnast gets a lift from laughing

    Stacie Davis already is a big-time gymnast. The University High School junior was one of the best all-around competitors in the Greater Spokane League a year ago and placed second …


  • U-Hi leadership’s food drive thrives

    Thursday morning was a flurry of counting and sorting as University High School Associated Student Body officers went through the last of the food collected during the school’s annual food …


  • Teacher has legal woes

    University High School teacher Mike Cronin, who was reprimanded earlier this year for reportedly touching a female student and a female staff member inappropriately while drunk, has been charged with …


  • Vengeance vs. forgiveness

    University High School will open its first fall play of the season, “Sweeney Todd,” on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. The play tells the story of a wronged man’s overwhelming …


  • Putting music in motion

    Many marching bands perform during the halftime shows of their schools’ football games, but Saturday was all about the bands at the Pacific Northwest Marching Band Championships held at Joe …


  • Teacher back after rebuke for behavior

    University High School teacher Mike Cronin went back on the job this month after receiving a letter of reprimand for allegedly inappropriately touching a female student and a female staff …


  • Hoops fulfills her goals

    People still ask. Tonya Schnibbe surprised friends and fans alike by choosing to play Division I college women’s basketball – walking away from what most considered to be a more …


  • Alarm, police disrupt high school burglary

    A large police response at University High School netted a teen burglar early Saturday, and a parent turned in two more suspected burglars after they returned home. Spokane Valley Police, …


  • Diedrick relishing U-Hi job

    Bill Diedrick laughs. It’s a good laugh, the kind that bursts forth of its own accord and fills a room with mirth. “Am I having fun?” he says, repeating the …


  • U-Hi graduate joins TV hunt for criminals

    Roger Carstens was at his desk at the Center for a New American Security about a year ago when a friend called with a proposal: Would he like to be …


  • Stepping ahead

    As a University High School senior and Eastern Washington University Running Start student, Cindy Wu has already lived on her own. Really alone. Her mother moved out of town two …


  • University High School

    Class of 2009 Jaclyn N. Abercrombie


  • University High School executes fire drill ‘relatively well’

    The call went out over the radio at 8:40 Thursday morning at University High School. “Students report an intruder,” the voice said. “Let’s go into lockdown.” Thankfully it was only …


  • U-Hi staging classic musical

    University High School drama students will be taking audiences out to the ball game during performances of their spring musical, “Damn Yankees.” The story is set in the 1950s and …


  • U-Hi tabs Diedrick as football coach

    You’d have to go some to top the credentials of University High School’s new football coach. Bill Diedrick returns to high school coaching after a long career as a coordinator …

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