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  • G-Prep’s Hopkins signs with Stanford; Oregon State lands Clute

    Charlie Hopkins signed his letter of intent before school Wednesday and planned to spend the afternoon continuing rehabilitation from a season-ending knee injury last fall. The Gonzaga Prep defensive end …


  • Shadle Park sets sights on another state bid

    Best friends have played key roles in the resurrection of Shadle Park girls basketball. Seniors Kendra Knutsen and Chelsea Chandler are four-year lettermen and three-year starters. They were at state …


  • Area players head out of state

    Charlie Hopkins signed his letter of intent before school Wednesday and planned to spend the afternoon continuing rehabilitation from a season-ending knee injury last fall.


  • West Valley defeats Medical Lake to tie for second place in GNL

    Shaniqua Nilles notched 18 points and 16 rebounds and West Valley (15-4, 8-3) spoiled senior night for host Medical Lake (5-15, 1-11), beating the Cardinals 61-33 in Great Northern League …


  • Lewis and Clark girls turn tables on Gonzaga Prep in GSL basketball

    Lewis and Clark hadn’t made a 3-point field goal against Gonzaga Prep heading into the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s game between the top two Greater Spokane League girls basketball …


  • West Valley on verge of GNL title

    Brady Bagby notched 16 points, Kyle Wagner added 14 points and visiting West Valley (17-2, 10-1) moved one step closer to a Great Northern League title, beating Medical Lake (8-12, …


  • Indians earn Groovy win

    Time was of the essence and North Central (7-9, 7-8) was trailing rival Shadle Park (3-14, 2-13) during Tuesday night’s annual Groovy Shoes spirit game at the Spokane Arena. The …


  • North Central’s late streak stops Shadle Park

    Time was of the essence and North Central (7-9, 7-8) was trailing rival Shadle Park (3-14, 2-13) during Tuesday night’s annual Groovy Shoes spirit game at the Spokane Arena. The …


  • LC girls avenge loss to G-Prep

    Lewis and Clark hadn’t made a 3-point field goal against Gonzaga Prep heading into the fourth quarter of Tuesday night’s game between the top two Greater Spokane League girls basketball …


  • Pullman knocks off Clarkston to assure a home playoff game

    Corey Langerveld and Austin Drake scored 19 and 15 points, respectively, and helped Pullman (14-4, 8-3) hold off visiting Clarkston (15-3, 8-2) 57-53 in Great Northern League play Saturday. Langerveld …


  • Ferris edges University in GSL boys basketball thriller

    It’s the type of game that will help both Ferris and University as the postseason draws near. Considering most of its wins have been by double digits, Ferris perhaps might …


  • Mead girls on a roll with third straight GSL basketball win

    After a stretch of three straight losses, the Mead girls basketball team appears to have turned a corner. And the Panthers didn’t let a slow start get in their way …


  • Ferris nips U-Hi in boys basketball thriller

    Saxons senior Riley Stockton’s 10-foot jumper lifted second-ranked Ferris to a 50-48 win over University in Geater Spokane League boys basketball action.


  • U-Hi, CV will decide GSL wrestling crown

    The Battle of the Bone needs no promotion this year. A standing-room crowd usually shows up for the annual wrestling showdown between Spokane Valley rivals University and Central Valley. They …


  • Preps Notebook: Stags claim GNL crown

    Dylan Miller (171) used a third-period escape to defeat Tim Haynes 1-0 Wednesday as Deer Park wrapped up its fourth consecutive Great Northern League wrestling title with a 57-13 win …


  • CV’s Maynes just goes with the flow

    Throughout a four-year wrestling career at Central Valley that was filled with coaching changes, Jarod Maynes has remained remarkably consistent. Maynes is wrestling for his fourth head coach since debuting …


  • 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 …


  • Maynes Mr. Consistent at Central Valley

    Throughout a four-year wrestling career at Central Valley that was filled with coaching change, Jarod Maynes has remained remarkably consistent.


  • Saxons fend off Indians

    A rare thing happened to the Ferris boys basketball team Tuesday. The Saxons trailed going into the fourth quarter against the North Central Indians.


  • Bullpups earn ‘quality’ victory

    It wasn’t so much that Gonzaga Prep girls coach Mike Arte wondered if his Greater Spokane League-leading Bullpups would bounce back after their first league defeat. Arte, though, did like …


  • Ferris rallies in fourth against NC

    A rare thing happened to the Ferris boys basketball team Tuesday. The Saxons trailed going into the fourth quarter against the North Central Indians.


  • G-Prep girls take two-game lead

    It wasn’t so much that Gonzaga Prep girls coach Mike Arte wondered if his Greater Spokane League-leading Bullpups would bounce back after their first league defeat. Arte, though, did like …


  • Vikings throttle Lewis and Clark Tigers

    Earlier this month, Coeur d’Alene junior Erin Legel asked coach Dale Poffenroth to take her out of the starting lineup. “I was too nervous starting,” Legel said. “I’d get out …


  • East Valley rallies past Pullman

    Jasmine Phan scored nine of her 12 points in the second half and, after trailing by two at halftime, East Valley (9-6, 5-2) rallied to outscore Pullman (8-7, 6-2) 12-4 …


  • Mead, SP big winners

    It took a team from the middle of the pack to knock off the previously unbeaten leader. The Mead Panthers, young early in the season but gaining seasoning lately, outscored …


  • Saxons go to work inside

    Central Valley boys basketball coach Rick Sloan had an appropriate description of Ferris senior post Taylor Kamitomo. “He’s got a great appetite to score and get the ball,” said Sloan, …


  • Greyhounds run over Medical Lake

    Shelby Cheslek continued to be a force in the paint for Pullman, scoring 25 points to go with 17 rebounds, as the Greyhounds (8-6, 6-1) continued to strengthen their hold …


  • Lakeside alone in 1st after victory

    Connor Moffatt scored a game-high 20 points on 6-of-8 shooting, including four 3-pointers, and host Lakeside (9-7, 5-1) avenged its earlier loss to Riverside (8-7, 4-2) by winning 79-47 to …


  • Titans roar back

    Ryan Gabel’s second-period pin at 125 pounds Thursday capped a stirring 37-30 comeback victory from a 20-point deficit and lifted University (8-0) past visiting Mead and into next week’s Battle …


  • West Valley’s roster takes big hits

    It was evident going into the girls basketball season that it would be difficult for West Valley to repeat as Great Northern League champ. After all, Pullman and Clarkston, with …

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