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  • Pasco Bulldogs end Mead Panthers’ season

    The weight of missed opportunities finally became too much for Greater Spokane League co-champion Mead to bear Tuesday evening as the Panthers fell to Pasco 1-0 in the opening round …


  • Michel, Willson impressive at district track meet

    The age-old question of taking on a daunting challenge was answered emphatically – “because it’s there” – by a pair of runners who went to extremes during the District 7 …


  • Mead tops Gonzaga Prep to earn No. 2 softball seed

    Regin Gallagher capped a five-run second inning with a three-run home run and Mead jumped out to a 7-0 lead before finishing off Gonzaga Prep (12-10) 8-5 in the District …


  • Prep roundup: Gonzaga Prep outs LC in 4A softball

    Lauren Ramsey’s two-run double highlighted a four-run first inning that got Gonzaga Prep started en route to a 6-4 win over Lewis and Clark at Whitworth on Monday to secure …


  • LC’s Cunningham wins javelin on last throw

    Finally, someone broke tradition at a track meet and said doing your best wasn’t the only thing that mattered. “I was bummed, I’m not going to lie,” Gonzaga Prep’s Jaz …


  • LC tempers enthusiasm after golf sweep

    There were mixed feelings all around following Thursday’s final round of the District 8 4A high school golf tournaments at The Creek at Qualchan. As expected, Lewis and Clark dominated …


  • Hard work leads Mead Panthers’ Schrader to triple crown

    There’s no magical answer as to why Jake Schrader boosted his batting average by more than 200 points this spring. There’s nothing romantic about a kid saying he’s spent much …


  • Regional basketball tournaments’ demise will hurt GSL

    A tradition that began here in 1988 will come to an end next year.The 4A and 3A boys and girls basketball regional tournaments between the Greater Spokane League and the …


  • Cheney sweeps GNL track titles

    There is no guarantee that Darez Meriwether is going to make it to state, but the way the Cheney senior performed Wednesday afternoon the odds are good. With Meriweather among …


  • Prep roundup: Ferris, CV will meet for district title

    Ryan Krustangel drove in four runs with two doubles and a single Wednesday as Ferris advanced to the District 8 4A baseball title game with a 5-0 win over Mead …


  • Notebook: East Valley Knights expect success

    There’s no question that East Valley softball coach Ray Riggin believes he has one of the top teams in the region – regardless of the fact that the Knights finished …


  • Panthers ride defense to district championship

    Mead’s Jake Gilbertson knew that if he could get enough air under a pass to Jordan Etten, it would be enough to free up his teammate for a shot. Sure …


  • Fields and pairings set for 4A, 3A District 8 softball

    Fields were finalized and pairings set for the District 8 4A and 3A softball playoffs following regular-season-ending Greater Spokane League games Monday. North Central’s comeback 9-7, eight-inning win at Ferris …


  • Mead hurdles to GSL track titles

    To figure out why the Mead boys and girls wrapped up undefeated Greater Spokane League seasons Thursday afternoon, check out the hurdles. With the postseason beginning next week, some of …


  • Bears tie Mt. Spokane for GSL crown

    Judging by their reaction, one would have thought the Central Valley Bears had clinched the Greater Spokane League baseball championship outright Thursday. Preseason favorite CV knocked off Mt. Spokane for …


  • Prep notebook: Mead Panthers aim for perfection

    The Mead boys and girls track teams can complete perfect regular seasons this afternoon when they host Mt. Spokane, East Valley and Lewis and Clark in a Greater Spokane League …


  • Prep roundup: Bullpups boys give Titans the boot

    The Gonzaga Prep Bullpups (9-4-1) scored three second-half goals to rally for a 4-2 victory over the University Titans (8-6) in a loser-out District 8 4A boys soccer match Wednesday …


  • Daniel Hammersley gives CV Bears solid options

    Bet you can’t name the best pitcher, statistically speaking, in the Greater Spokane League the past two years. Central Valley senior right-hander Daniel Hammersley isn’t a household name. Nor is …


  • Prep notebook: NC edges past G-Prep in seventh

    Kilee Brown ripped a one-out, RBI-single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give North Central a 5-4 win over visiting Gonzaga Prep in a makeup game on a …


  • Pecka, Meade provide teamwork for Mead softball

    Mead sits atop the Greater Spokane League softball standings with a 14-1 record. The Panthers have a nice collection of speed, hitting, pitching and defense. And, they believe, something more.


  • Prep notebook: Region favored at Blair basketball classic

    For the first time in the 17-year history of the Jack Blair Memorial Girls Basketball Classic, the Region team will be favored over the Metro. The Region broke through last …


  • Prep roundup: Simon shuts down Panthers

    Scott Simon threw one-hit ball for six innings and Coedy Cooley singled, doubled and homered to lift Central Valley (12-3) to a 7-0 win over visiting Mead (11-4) in Greater …


  • Greg Lee: Colbrese encouraged by reaction

    Mike Colbrese, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association executive director, reads high school sports blogs statewide. It affords him another avenue in which to measure what people are saying and thinking …


  • Prep roundup: Panthers put hurt on Tigers

    Jordan Hardy and Emma Barrington combined to go 6 for 6 at the plate with three RBIs and two runs scored and the Mead softball team (14-1) scored nine runs …


  • CV boys win meet

    The Central Valley Bears boys breezed to a first-place finish at the Prosser Invitational track and field meet Saturday. The Bears girls placed second to Hanford.


  • CV track trio focuses on improving solid marks

    There really wasn’t much for the Central Valley girls track team to worry about, so the Bears focused on what they did best. Led by a trio of junior leaders, …


  • Hamer mixes Mead chemistry

    Mead coach Matt Stueckle knew he had a special kind of soccer player in then-freshman Nick Hamer the day he posed a question to his older brother, Jason, who was …


  • Prep notebook: GSL, IEL end grid deal

    Rick Giampietri will miss the competition against 5A Inland Empire League football teams. But the Central Valley coach understands why the Greater Spokane League couldn’t open up a week of …


  • Panthers protect first-place position

    Ben Doggett used his head Wednesday to help keep Mead in first place in Greater Spokane League boys soccer. Doggett’s assist – off his head – set up Nick Hamer’s …


  • Ferris stays in the hunt for district playoff spot

    Ferris baseball coach Jim Sharkey contended before the season began that there were six teams capable of challenging for the Greater Spokane League championship. Now that his Saxons have swept …

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