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  • Prep football scores for Friday, Oct. 22

    High school football scores for Friday, Oct. 22

  • Ferris clinches tie for GSL crown

    With an emphatic effort versus its rival, unbeaten Ferris roared into next week’s Greater Spokane League football championship showdown with Gonzaga Prep assured a title tie, but with top playoff …

  • Sankey breaks career rushing mark in win

    Gonzaga Prep running back Bishop Sankey vaulted to the top of the Greater Spokane League’s all-time rushing list Thursday. Now Sankey wants to lead the Bullpups to the top of …

  • Sankey runs to record in Gonzaga Prep’s win

    Gonzaga Prep running back Bishop Sankey vaulted to the top of the Greater Spokane League’s all-time rushing list Thursday.

  • North Central runs to GSL cross country title

    There was no way the North Central boys cross country team was going to lose on Wednesday, not with the Greater Spokane League title on the line, not with perfect …

  • Area roundup: Mt. Spokane clinches volleyball title

    Kenzie Reid doled out 37 assists and Annie Arnzen added 11 kills as Mt. Spokane (8-0) clinched at least a share of the Greater Spokane League volleyball title Tuesday, sweeping …

  • Jessica Fry, Then & Now

    Jessica (Fry) Chatten-Brown signed up for the Boston Marathon on Monday morning. For such an accomplished runner that’s just “me” time.

  • Gonzaga Prep football team fights through adversity

    They’re teaching Adversity 101 at Gonzaga Prep this fall. And it appears it’s become a college-level class.

  • Washington prep football polls

    Undefeated Ferris High School is sixth in this week’s Associated Press Washington prep football poll and once-beaten Gonzaga Prep is seventh. Undefeated Mt. Spokane is 5th in the 3A poll …

  • Sankey’s 299 yards leads G-Prep to win

    That was more like it. The Gonzaga Prep football team resembled the team picked to capture the Greater Spokane League championship Friday.

  • ’Cats plow past Shadle

    With a little more than 3 minutes remaining in the third quarter Friday, Shadle Park trailed Mt. Spokane by just two touchdowns and had hope. But for the second time …

  • Football fervor returns to Northport

    When LeRoy Key went to Northport last fall to spend a year as interim superintendent, he found a community that needed a jolt.

  • Gonzaga Prep tennis coach dies

    Donna Lenseigne, who turned the Gonzaga Prep girls tennis program into a powerhouse, passed away unexpectedly early Tuesday. She was 51.

  • John Blanchette: Playing at state never a birthright

    To all of the bellyachers in a dither about the shrinking of Washington’s high school basketball tournaments from 16 teams to eight: stop it. Really. Just stop.

  • Preps: All-GSL first teams named

    View a slide show of high school athletes picked for the All-GSL first teams.

  • Shadle Park finds football coach

    Shadle Park principal Herb Rotchford was looking for a man with experience to turn the Highlanders’ floundering football program around.

  • Just short

    SUMNER, Wash. – Mark Kiver’s eyes were starting to well up with tears. “So close,” the Cheney boys soccer coach silently said after a long, drawn-out exhale.

  • 4A, 3A softball gets late start, thanks to rain

    TACOMA – University softball coach Jon Schuh enjoys coaching girls for many reasons. One of those reasons was quite evident Friday when the first day of the State 4A tournament …

  • Rain pushes back softball tournaments

    University softball coach Jon Schuh enjoys coaching girls for many reasons. One of those reasons was quite evident Friday when the State 4A softball tournament in Tacoma was postponed.

  • Thrown together

    The general impression that shot put and discus success in track and field is the result of brute force could not be further from the truth. “I tell the kids …

  • NC’s Johnston and Mead’s Wright temper emotions in wins

    TACOMA – Forgive Ben Johnston and Sam Wright if they weren’t celebrating the only championships for the Greater Spokane League at the first day of Star Track XXVIII Thursday at …

  • State 4A/3A/2A track results

    Results from the first day of the state high school track and field championships for 4A, 3A and 2A schools at Tacoma.

  • Cheney’s Stralsers cap busy careers

    The Great Northern League All-Sports Trophy is going to Cheney. If there were an All-Sports Trophy for Cheney, it would have to go to the Stralser family.

  • Johnston looks for triple play

    Ben Johnston got into running late, buying into the companionship forged with long workouts. Now the former freshman baseball player is poised to become Spokane’s first triple-crown distance runner in …

  • Athletes weathered mean spring

    I hope the North Idaho 3A, 2A and 1A track athletes who had to suffer through the most miserable weather this spring last Saturday have dried and thawed out by …

  • Saxons in position, thanks to hard work

    Skill is definitely a required element in the game of soccer. There’s another intangible, though, that can be equally important – good fortune. Or in a word, luck.

  • State tennis: GSL singles champions few, far between

    When players step onto the courts Friday morning to begin the state’s four tennis tournaments, they all will have one thing in common: Each is just eight set victories away …

  • State golf: LC’s Thomas grabs early lead

    Defending State 4A girls champion Chessey Thomas of Lewis and Clark got off to a great start Tuesday at Sun Willows in Pasco. Thomas shot a first-round 68 to take …

  • Ferris looks forward to state

    To suggest that the Ferris Saxons have gotten this far in the season purely because of luck would be grossly unfair. However, the Saxons know they’ve also had their share …

  • State tourneys begin today

    Prep golf: The Lewis and Clark boys and girls, Greater Spokane League and District 8 champions, go for more hardware when state tournaments get going today. The boys will be …



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