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  • 4 capture titles as Mead triumphs again in Tri-State wrestling

    Mead wrestling coach Phil McLean will give his team an early Christmas present. The Panthers will take about five days off during the holidays. All except the Rogers brothers.


  • Tri-State tournament turns 40

    The highly esteemed Tri-State wrestling tournament turns 40 years old today. Former North Idaho College coach and Tri-State tournament director John Owen never thought the tourney that he oversaw for …


  • Preps roundup: Mt. Spokane tops North Central in wrestling

    Billy Goforth’s third-round pin of Mitchell Bocook at 152 pounds Wednesday clinched Mt. Spokane’s 43-28 Greater Spokane League wrestling win at North Central. The Wildcats (2-1) led 28-22 after NC …


  • Mead’s wrestling team dominates another tournament

    The Mead wrestling team won its second straight tournament in the young season Saturday afternoon. The Panthers will likely make it 3 for 3 next week at Tri-State. At this …


  • CV uses quick start to defeat Mt. Spokane in wrestling

    Not much separated wrestlers from Central Valley and Mt. Spokane in the early going as the Greater Spokane League began Wednesday night. What separation there was favored the Bears in …


  • Wrestling visionary

    Mike Bundy has big dreams and a plan on how to achieve them. Bundy, 30, is the first-year West Valley High School wrestling coach. He was on the job exactly …


  • Karlsson retains lead at St. Jude Classic

    Golf: Robert Karlsson shot a 2-under-par 68 Saturday to remain atop the leaderboard through three rounds at the St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tenn. Karlsson looked ready to run away …


  • Mathis makes late move to lead St. Jude Classic

    Golf: David Mathis matched his best round on the PGA Tour, shooting a 5-under-par 65 Thursday to grab the opening round lead at the St. Jude Classic at Memphis, Tenn. …


  • Sunday Locals: Shears, Covington win final Junior Bowlers stop

    Dalton Shears and Jesse Covington claimed top honors following the final Junior Bowlers Tour stop of the season last Sunday at North Bowl. Shears won the final tournament, rising from …


  • Mona Charen: Wrestler lost to gender-neutral absurdity

    Around Washington, D.C., if you mention Iowa, the first thing that will pop into most people’s minds is “caucuses.” But in Iowa, if you asked a local about the matchups, …


  • Coeur d’Alene repeats as 5A State wrestling champion

    There are no game-winning field goals in wrestling, no buzzer-beating jump shots nor walk-off home runs. But on Saturday afternoon at the Idaho Center, Coeur d’Alene senior Caleb Davis got …


  • NIC in hunt for national wrestling title

    There’s no place like home. Region 18 wrestlers discovered that on the first day of the National Junior College Athletic Association national championships being contested at the Spokane Convention Center.


  • North Idaho among favorites at NJCAA national wrestling

    If there has been a constant in this, the 52nd year of the National Junior College Athletic Association national wrestling championships, it has been the performance of North Idaho College. …


  • Staub brothers lead defending champ Coeur d’Alene to state wrestling

    Hudson Staub knows what to expect when he walks into the Idaho Center Friday and Saturday for the Idaho State wrestling tournament in Nampa. Even though the Coeur d’Alene 125-pounder …


  • NIC among favorites at JC wrestling nationals in Spokane

    If there has been a constant in this, the 52nd year of the National Junior College Athletic Association national wrestling championships, it has been the performance of North Idaho College.


  • NIC wrestler eager for shot at title

    Jeremy Bommarito has been waiting two years to get another shot at a national wrestling medal. And the North Idaho College 157-pounder admits that the wait has been long.


  • University, minus two top wrestlers, settles for second

    TACOMA – University did everything it could to enter the State 3A wrestling championships the same way it left 4A last season, but the Titans couldn’t overcome an opponent they …


  • Lewiston holds off Coeur d’Alene for regional wrestling title

    Lewiston senior Casey George has seen plenty of Coeur d’Alene wrestling over his four years as a Bengal. The two-time state champion battled against CdA’s Braden Mowry the last two …


  • Missing two top wrestlers, U-Hi finishes second

    University did everything it could to enter the State 3A wrestling championships the same way it left 4A last season, but the Titans couldn’t overcome an opponent they couldn’t meet …


  • Area wrestlers excel at Mat Classic

    Deer Park won its fourth consecutive Washington State 2A wrestling championship Saturday night in Tacoma, outscoring Centralia after a slow start on Saturday. Mead ended up third in 4A, University …


  • Mead’s Rogers runs record to 39-0 at Mat Classic

    TACOMA – Jordan Rogers could only watch the last time he stood under the Tacoma Dome lights. This helped heal old wounds.


  • Idaho wrestlers aim for state berths this weekend

    While prep wrestlers in Washington decide championships this weekend, athletes in North Idaho determine state berths. The 5A Region I, 4A Region I and 3A District I tournaments will be …


  • Area wrestlers head to Mat Classic

    Mead’s Jordan Rogers and Jeremy Golding head another powerful area contingent in all classifications to this weekend’s Mat Classic XXIII two day state championships Friday and Saturday in the Tacoma …


  • Mead wins 4A, University take 3A in regional wrestling

    In his years as a successful wrestling coach that included two State 4A championships at Gonzaga Prep, Phil McLean’s teams had never won a regional wrestling tournament. His Mead Panthers …


  • Kamiakin wins 3A gymnastics regional

    Kayla Curtis took second in the floor exercise with 9.525 points and finished fourth in the vault and fifth in the uneven bars to lead Kamiakin to a 3A/2A regional …


  • NIC wrestlers prepping for nationals

    As far as North Idaho College wrestling coach Pat Whitcomb is concerned, the National Junior College Athletic Association Tournament essentially begins Saturday at the Region 18 Tournament.


  • District berths up for grabs as GSL completes regular season

    The Greater Spokane League boys and girls basketball teams play their final regular-season games tonight. While most of the top seeds for the District 8 4A and 3A tournaments have …


  • Mead takes 4A district wrestling while U-Hi cruises in 3A

    Three Greater Spokane League wrestling team heavyweights went different ways in pursuit of postseason success. And each found it in the first of three successive tournaments that will culminate with …


  • Earning it with every step

    Stillness is a foreign state for Brandon Matlock. Even at rest, the University High senior wrestler operates at a fast idle, and the unused RPMs keep him, if not moving …


  • CV’s Maynes just goes with the flow

    Throughout a four-year wrestling career at Central Valley that was filled with coaching changes, Jarod Maynes has remained remarkably consistent. Maynes is wrestling for his fourth head coach since debuting …

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