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  • Krustangel solid for Ferris

    “Consistent” best describes Ryan Krustangel at the plate – whether he’s batting or catching.


  • Mead soccer team picks up steam as season wanes

    Coach Kevin Houston would like to think his Mead boys soccer team is peaking at just the right time. But, faced with the 10-day layoff between last Wednesday’s 2-1 win …


  • Thelen’s homer sparks Clarkston at district softball

    Lexi Thelen smacked a two-run home run in Clarkston’s three-run seventh inning and the Bantams rallied to beat the Deer Park Stags 4-2 in a District 7 2A softball tournament …


  • Big Nine overwhelms GSL in 4A/3A baseball

    It was a clean sweep by the Columbia Basin Big Nine in 4A and 3A Regional baseball Tuesday. Adding to the misery of the 4A Greater Spokane League teams, Ferris, …


  • Big Nine steamrolls GSL in baseball

    It was a clean sweep by the Columbia Basin Big Nine in 4A and 3A Regional baseball Tuesday. Adding to the misery of the 4A Greater Spokane League teams, Ferris, …


  • Surprise Saxons in district title game

    This isn’t a last-to-first story, but it’s in the neighborhood. Ferris was picked to finish 10th (last) in the Greater Spokane League preseason poll, but the surprising Saxons placed fifth, …


  • Roundup: East Valley defeats Medical Lake in district shootout

    Adam Talley scored on a header in the 65th minute to knot the score and freshman goalkeeper Adam Bronley made a crucial save in the fourth round of a shootout …


  • Ex-Cheney coach dies

    Wrestling’s Sam Indorf, who guided Cheney to some of its greatest successes, died at age 69 Tuesday under home hospice care, four months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. The …


  • G-Prep boys dealt with delays to win first GSL crown

    Appropriately, considering this spring’s weather tribulations, it took three tries before history-making Gonzaga Prep secured its first Greater Spokane League boys tennis championship. The Bullpups won their milestone title on …


  • Ansett’s no-hitter guides Ferris to District 8 title

    Ferris senior left-handed pitcher Spencer Ansett said he didn’t sleep well Thursday night. Then when Ansett took the mound Friday under the lights at Avista Stadium in the District 8 …


  • Area will host 47th East/West game

    Area will host East/West game Prep football: The 47th annual East/West All-Star Football game will return to the Inland Northwest on July 1.


  • Ansett throws no-hitter as Ferris wins 4A district title

    Spencer Ansett threw a five-inning no-hitter and Ryan Krustangel homered as Ferris won the District 8 4A baseball title with a win over Mead.


  • University wins 3A district baseball crown

    University junior pitcher Tim McBroom was shaking when assistant coach Don Ressa went to the mound in the first inning Thursday at Avista Stadium. McBroom entered the second game of …


  • Mead storms to GSL track title

    North Central’s distance juggernaut was loading up for the 1,600 meters in a desperate attempt to wrest the Greater Spokane League boys track championship away from Mead in a battle …


  • Former Pullman HS football coach Bill Peterson killed in crash

    Bill Peterson, the former Pullman High School football coach who helped oversee the Greyhounds’ program during a prosperous six-year stretch, died Wednesday in a single-vehicle accident in western Washington. Peterson, …


  • Roundup: Mead claims District 8 4A soccer crown

    Ian Farley scored from 22 yards out off a pass from Colin Shockman at 67 minutes Wednesday as Mead (10-2) defeated Ferris 2-1 in the District 8 4A championship match …


  • Area coaching carrousel turns

    Time to get caught up on some of the comings and goings of coaches in the area. • Many times when a coach resigns, family reasons are cited.


  • Kenyan Peter finds perfect place at Ferris

    Isaac Peter does not speak openly about the events that brought him from Nairobi, Kenya, to Spokane – via Chicago, nonetheless. Many of them, like the death of his mother …


  • Roundup: Mead edges G-Prep in district baseball game

    Mead baseball coach Jason Reich didn’t care how sizeable the numbers appeared on the Avista Stadium scoreboard Wednesday. What mattered most to Reich is his Panthers had one more run …


  • Broken bone doesn’t stop Freeman thrower Romey

    Given the weather of this spring, it’s no surprise that Morgan Romey – or any other thrower – slipped while throwing the discus a few weeks back. The Freeman senior, …


  • Ferris soccer player Isaac Peter has quite a life journey

    Ferris soccer player Isaac Peter does not speak openly about the events that brought him from Nairobi, Kenya, to Spokane – via Chicago.


  • GNL soccer coaches expect competitive district

    The Great Northern League’s 2A boys district soccer playoffs start Thursday and promise to be as competitive, entertaining and unpredictable as any in recent memory. Cheney coach Matt Kiver’s Blackhawks …


  • Titans win opener

    Consistent hitting and equally effective defense have carried the University baseball team since late March. The pattern continued Tuesday when the top-seeded Titans stopped No. 2 Mt. Spokane 12-6 in …


  • University tops Mt. Spokane in 3A baseball

    Consistent hitting and equally effective defense have carried the University baseball team since late March. The pattern continued Tuesday when the top-seeded Titans stopped No. 2 Mt. Spokane 12-6 in …


  • GNL district soccer should be tight

    The Great Northern League’s 2A boys district soccer playoffs start Thursday and promise to be as competitive, entertaining and unpredictable as any in recent memory.


  • GSL softball leaders

    GSL softball leaders


  • Lakeside unbeaten leader of NEA

    Lakeside and head coach Chuck Moffatt are right where they want to be. The Eagles went 4-0 last week to remain unbeaten entering the final week of the regular season. …


  • CV siblings team up for Inland Empire mixed doubles title

    An ominous cloud roiled past Mead High School, bringing with it a touch of lightning that threatened to postpone the No. 1 mixed doubles final with Central Valley siblings Leslie …


  • Lewis and Clark boys and girls golf teams rolling along

    The defending state-champion Lewis and Clark boys golf team was replacing most everyone and the runner-up girls were without graduated two-time state champion Chessey Thomas. But there was little doubt …


  • Barber logs hat trick as Ferris clinches GSL soccer crown

    Senior forward Brandon Barber came up with a hat trick and the Ferris Saxons defeated the Rogers Pirates to clinch the Greater Spokane League soccer championship on Friday with a …