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  • ACH rolls over Wilbur-Creston

    Since winning its first game of the season with 68 points back in September, Almira/Coulee-Hartline has been on a mission. Not just a mission to win a state title, but …


  • Cusick wins to get rematch

    The Cusick Panthers do not want to call their upcoming semifinal against Almira/Coulee-Hartline a revenge game. Rather, following two consecutive wins in which they have won by an average of …


  • EV defeated in 2A semifinal soccer

    PUYALLUP, Wash. – It was the one thing East Valley girls soccer coach Gabe Escobar didn’t want his team to face – a corner kick. The play has haunted the …


  • EV falls in State 2A soccer

    White River scores off a corner kick to defeat East Valley in the State 2A girls soccer semifinals.


  • Lakeside loses in girls soccer semis

    Lakeside of Nine Mile Falls loses a tough battle against Bush in the State 1A girls soccer semifinals.


  • State playoff matches in football

    WASHINGTON State quarterfinals


  • Lee: Clute gives Mt. Spokane Wildcats secret target

    Kellen Clute was the starting quarterback on the freshman team at Mt. Spokane. He didn’t figure he’d be long for that position, though. He never wanted to be the hittee, …


  • East Valley Knights expected to thrive in soccer playoffs

    Having dropped out of the Greater Spokane League and down a classification to the 2A level, Gabe Escobar and his East Valley High School girls soccer team made some major …


  • Change sparks East Valley

    When your team is 1-5 and struggling, sometimes change can, well, spark change. That’s exactly what happened for the East Valley football team.


  • Area runners make splash at Nike regionals

    As sensational as the runners from Spokane were at the state championships in Pasco on Nov. 6, they may have been even better last Saturday in Boise for the Nike …


  • Pullman is 2A volleyball champion

    Pullman claims the State 2A volleyball crown while West Valley places third. Mt. Spokane finishes fourth in the 3A tournament.


  • Reardan 2B volleyball champ

    An improbable finish produced an unexpected champion as the Class 2B state volleyball tournament wrapped up Saturday in the SunDome.


  • Ferris downs Richland 33-17

    In a 3-minute span just before halftime, the Ferris-Richland first-round State 4A football playoff game went from a three-point margin to the Saxons leading 31-7. With the offense out of …


  • Mt. Spokane comes back to down University

    University stunned Mt. Spokane by scoring two touchdowns in the game’s opening 6 minutes. It took a while but the Wildcats eventually had an answer. It came in the form …


  • Mead recovers to take third place at State 4A volleyball

    The Panthers fell to eventual champion Jackson in four sets in the semifinals, 25-16, 13-25, 25-23, 25-23, then bounced back to outlast Olympia to take third place, 25-22, 27-25, 17-25, …


  • Mead reaches State 4A volleyball semifinals

    That ol’ Court 4 mojo showed up for the Mead Panthers volleyball team again Thursday night at the State 4A championships at the Toyota Center.


  • Sisters from Mead picked up volleyball late

    Kuulei and Hannah Zalopany were born and raised in Hawaii, a state with an impressive NCAA volleyball history. Yet the sisters, key figures on Mead’s state qualifier which begins defense …


  • CV, Mt. Spokane fall; LC wins on road

    Central Valley got no love from Albi Stadium during Tuesday night’s opening round of the State 4A girls soccer tournament. Despite having the advantage of playing close to home, the …


  • Riverside girls win 1A cross country crown

    Gold was a little hard to come by for area girls at the state cross country meet at Sun Willows Golf Course – Riverside won the 1A championship – but …


  • NC boys run to 3A title on big day for area boys

    It’s a testament to Spokane area distance runners that it’s easier to say what didn’t happen Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course rather than what did during the state cross …


  • Ferris rolls over Wenatchee

    The third-ranked Ferris Saxons scored four touchdowns in the first quarter – the final one coming on the period’s last play – and they cruised to a 48-3 victory over …


  • Mt. Spokane wins wild one

    Mt. Spokane’s offense was efficient and destructive as the Wildcats sprinted past the Kennewick Lions 62-35 in a 3A play-in Friday. University defeated Eastmont 21-6. The two GSL teams will …


  • Richland smothers Sankey, G-Prep

    For the most part the Bombers contained Bishop Sankey and the Bullpups had nothing else to offer, losing 21-7 in the 4A football play-in game at Fran Rish Stadium on …


  • Live chat replay: Greg Lee talks prep football

    Sports writer Greg Lee is hosting a live chat this morning on prep football, the impending state playoffs and anything football related. The chat will begin at 11 a.m. Follow …


  • NC seniors lead latest contingent of top Indians harriers

    North Central cross country coach Jon Knight was struck by the odd nature of his conversation with his two senior team leaders this week of the state meet. He told …


  • Mead takes district volleyball crown

    Kaely Kight finished with 12 kills and Ellie Bilyeu added 14 digs as Mead defeated Central Valley 3-1 in the District 8 4A championship match Saturday at Mead. Danika Christen …


  • Ferris claims GSL crown

    Ferris football coach Jim Sharkey has been looking for a way to jump-start the Saxons’ offense this season. Three touchdowns in the first quarter was the answer Friday as third-ranked …


  • Football scores: Friday, Oct. 29

    Football scores for Friday, Oct. 29


  • Mt. Spokane claims top GSL 3A football seed

    Mt. Spokane wide receiver Trevor Kissinger made the most of his receiving opportunities and the Wildcats kept alive their hopes for a piece of a second straight Greater Spokane League …


  • Colfax friends aim for football title

    The one thing that’s eluded Colfax football stars Kellen Morgan and Alex Teade is a state title. And it’s almost heresy in Colfax for an athlete not to have some …

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