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  • Colfax boys, girls cruise

    Colfax used a half-court trap in the second quarter to break open the game, cruising to a 93-39 win over Springdale in the first round of the District 7 2B …


  • Pups claim GSL title

    Haste can make waste, the old saying goes. But in a boys basketball game between teams in a hurry to be somewhere and at times with ugly results, the end …


  • Defense helps CV capture crown

    Execution broke down at times and the usual shots wouldn’t fall. In other words, postseason tension arrived a little early in Greater Spokane League girls basketball Thursday. Both Central Valley …


  • Colfax, Reardan girls win

    Colfax and Reardan, a couple of 18-3 schools, will play for the Bi-County 2B League girls tournament championship and 1-2 seeding to district tonight at 6 at Reardan after winning …


  • Bears find balance

    The Central Valley girls basketball players are an infusion of many admirable skills and traits. Perhaps none shines more than their unselfishness. Seven players have led in scoring this season. …


  • Sweet win for Falcons

    Brandi Sweet hit a 3-pointer with 4 seconds remaining in the game to lift the Sprague-Harrington Falcons (8-13) to a 43-41 victory over the visiting Cusick Panthers (8-13) in the …


  • GSL could get messy

    The Greater Spokane League boys and girls basketball championships could be decided tonight when teams conclude regular-season play. Or things could be a jumbled mess requiring a tiebreaking procedure that …


  • Titans face tough regional

    It becomes a numbers game when the Greater Spokane League faces the Columbia Basin Big Nine in 4A regional wrestling. The GSL is at a decided disadvantage, not only because …


  • Mead turns tables on LC

    The first time the Lewis and Clark and Mead girls faced off this season, the three-time state champion LC Tigers throttled the Panthers 80-50. Mead coach Regan Drew asked her …


  • West Valley slips past Cheney

    Matt Roth went 8 of 12 from the free-throw line and finished with 22 points and 22 rebounds as the West Valley boys hit enough free throws in the fourth …


  • Kettle Falls earns NEA No. 3

    Taylor Lewis had 17 points and Miranda Frederick 12 to lead Newport to a 58-27 win over visiting Kettle Falls on Monday night to secure the No. 3 seeding for …


  • Titans triumph

    Mead sophomore Jason Rogers and University senior Ryan Zumwalt are best friends, having met through wrestling and solidifying their friendship at church and a youth camp. Competing a weight apart …


  • Cusick turns tables on Wellpinit

    Louie Bluff scored 11 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter, adding 13 rebounds, and Spencer Shanholtzer hit a pair of free throws in the final minute to help …


  • Pullman zips past Colville

    Danielle Hodge had 16 points and Pullman took off with 15 points in the first quarter and never slowed down, beating Colville (10-6, 5-5) 66-39 in Great Northern League action …


  • G-Prep takes over first alone

    The final score of the Gonzaga Prep-Mead boys basketball game Thursday didn’t do it justice. For 31/2 quarters, the Greater Spokane League co-leaders found themselves locked in a tug of …


  • Bears creep closer to state

    Abi Quinnett and Chelsea Waters combined for 30 points Thursday as Moscow moved within one win of state with a 48-42 win over visiting Lakeland in the 4A Region I …


  • Bears ascend to top of GSL

    Central Valley sophomore Brooke Gallaway took over the game, scoring 15 fourth-quarter points, and offered further evidence how unpredictable this year’s Greater Spokane League girls basketball is. Behind Gallaway, the …


  • Girls basketball: Eagles knock off Wildcats

    Alli Winters had 20 points with a pair of 3-pointers, and a 3-point shot by Kelsey Simon with time winding down in the fourth quarter all but clinched a victory …


  • Boys basketball: Bagby delivers Eagles’ victory

    Brady Bagby collected a double-double with 22 points and 10 rebounds as West Valley knocked off the Great Northern League’s No. 2 team, Deer Park, 60-42 Tuesday at West Valley. …


  • GSL boys: Shadle downs Ferris

    For the second time this season, 3A Shadle Park knocked off 4A Ferris. This time, though, it counted in the Greater Spokane League boys basketball standings.


  • GSL girls: Mead rolls to victory, remains tied for first

    Chenise Pakootas had 16 points, six rebounds and five assists and an 18-2 first-quarter run sparked Mead (14-3, 10-2) to a 68-34 victory over rival Mt. Spokane (3-15, 2-10) Tuesday …


  • Prep basketball: Inchelium prevails against Northport

    In a final regular-season game played in a playoff atmosphere in Northport on Monday night between the top two teams in the North Division, point guard Tony Louie sparked the …


  • Titans dominate Battle of Bone

    “Hip hip hoorays” resounded from the Central Valley side in a jam-packed University gymnasium as the Bears won three of four matches to begin the annual Battle of the Bone. …


  • Prep roundup: Egland has four-win night

    The Lewis and Clark girls won the meet, but Lakeside’s Ananeae Egland stole the show with wins on the beam (9.15), floor (9.175), vault (8.8) and all-around (35.925) in the …


  • GSL basketball: Highlanders handle Bears

    Aleisha Hathaway scored 14 points with 10 rebounds and the Shadle Park girls overcame an early deficit to beat visiting Central Valley (10-4, 7-2) 45-39 Tuesday, to drop the Bears …


  • Boys hoops: Bantams lead GNL

    Dustin McConnell finished with a game-high 12 points and hit 7 of 7 from the free-throw line to push Clarkston (9-3, 6-1) past Pullman (6-7, 5-2) 52-40 Tuesday, and back …


  • Girls hoops: Wildcats ground Eagles

    Kelsey and Haley Moser combined to score 32 of Colton’s 47 points and St. John-Endicott shot 9 of 31 from the floor in the first half and could not recover, …


  • Notebook: Coeur d’Alene’s Buttrey finally gets her chance

    Coeur d’Alene senior basketball player Amanda Buttrey is making the most of her opportunity. The 5-foot-7 guard found herself caught behind a deep, talented group of guards as a sophomore …


  • Greg Lee: Young NC discards old losing ways

    Lewis and Clark girls basketball coach Jim Redmon’s phone started ringing frequently the day after North Central upset his team.


  • Prep roundup: Titans breeze to gymnastics victory

    Stacie Davis and Amber Demaine finished third and fourth, respectively, in all-around to help lead the University Titans to a victory in a five-team Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet Wednesday …