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  • 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 …


  • Lee: Migliuri does more than manage

    Mead senior Benjy Migliuri wanted to be a basketball player. If he gets a chance, he wants to be a coach someday. He desired to be around the game so …


  • Preps roundup: Bantams rough up Stags

    The Clarkston Bantams got off the bus and had no problems remaining unbeaten in the Great Northern League. Behind 17 points from Mitch Carey and 13 from Trey Sobotta, the …


  • High school wrestling: Titans top Rocky Mountain

    For the second year in a row and fourth time since 2002, the University Titans captured the Jug Beck Rocky Mountain Classic wrestling championship in Missoula. The Titans scored 209.5 …


  • Upper hand

    The Ferris-Gonzaga Prep boys basketball game Friday was no place for the passive. It was a pack-a-lunch, blue-collar tug of war between Greater Spokane League leaders, and the visiting Saxons …


  • CV’s stellar effort tops LC

    The Central Valley girls basketball team is too far behind to defend its Greater Spokane League championship. The Bears aren’t too far behind, though, to make a charge toward the …


  • Wallman’s hoop lifts EV

    Erin Wallman scored just six points, but the last two came on a buzzer-beating basket to lift East Valley (8-4, 4-0) to a 34-33 victory over visiting West Valley (9-2, …


  • Ferris wins showdown with Gonzaga Prep

    The Ferris/Gonzaga Prep boys basketball game Friday was no place for the passive. It was a pack-a-lunch-blue-collar tug of war between Greater Spokane League leaders, and the visiting Saxons took …


  • Markin dominates

    University’s Cady Markin swept all four events and Mead used its balance for a narrow team win during Thursday’s five-team Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet at Mead. Markin won the …


  • CV, U-Hi continue to lead GSL wrestling

    Kurt Beck overcame a 4-0 third-period deficit to pin Tommy Weed as Central Valley stayed tied for first place in Greater Spokane League wrestling with a 35-27 win at Ferris …


  • Ferris could find itself in elite territory

    With what Ferris did in football and the start the Saxons have had in basketball, I got to wondering if a 4A school has won the state championships in both …


  • Presley, a Gonzaga Prep senior, impresses with great strides

    Tia Presley has heard the whispers. The Gonzaga Prep senior basketball standout calls them misconceptions. She’s not a good teammate. She’s a ball hog. She’s snotty. She has a temper. …


  • Saxons set for G-Prep

    The Ferris boys basketball team can take a big step toward securing the Greater Spokane League title Friday. The Saxons (9-1 overall, 8-0 league) visit defending league champ Gonzaga Prep …


  • Gonzaga Prep’s Presley makes strides

    Gonzaga Prep guard Tia Presley’s focus is on something she has yet to taste as a four-year starter – a trip to state.


  • Emory carries Bears

    No matter how you spell it, there’s no getting around the fact that Sydney Emory had a career night. The Central Valley junior guard, whose name has been misspelled more …


  • Mead downs NC

    In a dual meet that featured 11 victories by pin, the biggest came at the 189-pound weight class as Shane Kuykendall rallied from a 12-6 deficit in the third period …


  • Saxons top Pirates

    It was a slower start than the Ferris boys basketball team has been used to this season. By the middle of the second half, though, the Saxons were well on …


  • Ferris boys win eighth straight

    It was a slower start than the Ferris boys basketball team has been used to this season. By the middle of the second half, though, the Saxons were well on …


  • Four champions carry U-Hi; CV finishes third

    With just four weeks remaining before the end of the regular season, University wrestling coach Don Owen is starting to see things come into place for his Titans. Led by …


  • Injuries dampen dual wins for Mead

    MOSES LAKE – The Mead High School wrestling team went up the road for a good workout, getting on the mat with some of the top class 4A talent in …


  • Knights hold off Deer Park’s surge

    Alicia Christensen tallied 13 points and six steals and visiting East Valley (7-4, 3-0) held off a late run to beat Deer Park (4-7, 0-3) 50-44 in Great Northern League …


  • Fourth-quarter run gives East Valley victory

    Ronnie Jarvis tallied a game-high 20 points to go along with 11 rebounds and East Valley (8-2, 1-1) used an 8-0 run in the fourth quarter to hold off Medical …


  • Pratt guides Panthers to gymnastics victory

    Kadie Pratt won the balance beam (9.475 points) while helping Mead to the team title at a five-team Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet Thursday at Shadle Park. The Panthers scored …


  • State champ Ost joined extended list of relatives

    That James Ost became a state wrestling champion last year for Post Falls as a callow sophomore shouldn’t have been too surprising. It’s in the blood. He’s the latest in …


  • Roundup: Lake City-CdA doubleheader counts in league standings

    Spirit basketball games are always entertaining, no matter the outcome. The spirit games in the Greater Spokane League are still weeks away. But over the state line in Idaho, the …


  • Preps roundup: Smith powers Lake City

    Brady Smith went 8 of 12 from the field and scored 18 of Lake City’s (6-2) first 30 points, pushing the Timberwolves (6-2) past Lake Stevens (4-4) 56-41 at the …


  • Preps roundup: Jesuit hands G-Prep first loss

    Liz Brenner scored 20 points, hitting 14 of 16 from the free-throw line, to lead Jesuit (Ore.) to a 47-38 victory over Gonzaga Prep (7-1) in nonleague action Tuesday in …


  • Preps roundup: Mead defeats CdA in OT

    Sierra Crook hit two free throws during the final minute of overtime Wednesday as Mead overcame Carli Rosenthal’s 22-point game to edge visiting Coeur d’Alene 52-51 in nonleague girls basketball. …


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