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  • Youth notebook: Rehkow commits to BYU

    Central Valley senior-to-be kicker Ryan Rehkow has had a dream to play at Brigham Young University for a number of years.


  • Youth notebook: National titles from wrestling to basketball

    Two days after capping an undefeated freshman year and state championship, Post Falls’ Ridge Lovett was back in the practice room gearing up for the spring/summer season.


  • Youth notebook: Spokane-based Pixies fare well at nationals

    Youth roller derby is a growing sport, especially in the Pacific Northwest.


  • Youth notebook: Pair of area football standouts commit early to Oregon

    It will be two more years before a pair of Inland Northwest high school football players head off to college, but they have given early commitments to one of the …


  • Youth notebook: East small schools, led by Ty Graham, win all-star football game

    The East dominated the West in the 22nd annual Earl Braden All-Star football game for 2A, 1A, 2B and B football players last Saturday at East Valley High near Yakima.


  • Rodgers, Bester earn track honors

    Two athletes from the Spokane Speed Academy attained All-American status and captured silver medals at the USATF National Junior Olympic track championships held in late July in Jacksonville, Florida. Anna …


  • Stars sweep San Diego tournament

    The Spokane Stars girls club basketball program did something that’s never been done in the 13-year history of the MSNM Western U.S./International tournament in San Diego last week. The Stars …


  • Lumbermen awaken bats before State

    The Coeur d’Alene American Legion baseball team won’t take a grab bag approach to its lineup when the Idaho state tournament begins tonight. Because the Lumbermen had a state berth …


  • Summer Heat tourney set to tip off

    The fifth annual Summer Heat Showcase girls club basketball tournament is Thursday and Friday in Spokane. It’s an NCAA-certified showcase, allowing club teams exposure to dozens of college coaches.


  • Xtreme ’97 wins seven straight games to win Idaho 18U softball title

    North Idaho Xtreme ’97 won the Idaho Amateur Softball Association State 18U championship the hard way during the weekend in Nampa. Xtreme won seven straight games, six of them Sunday …


  • Xtreme ’97 captures ump tournament

    There were just nine of them, but coach Travis Smith’s North Idaho Xtreme ’97 girls fastpitch team ganged up on the opposition in winning the top-tier Red bracket in the …


  • Idaho youth wins Drive, Chip, Putt title

    Stephen Paul of Osburn, Idaho, took first place in the boys 7-9 year-old division in the subregional qualifying for the Drive, Chip and Putt Championship at The Golf Club at …


  • McCoy wins women’s 1,500 free

    A Medical Lake youth swimmer is making a name for herself. Sakaiya McCoy, a junior at Medical Lake High School and a member of the Spokane Area Swimming club, won …


  • EV’s Meyer captures national freestyle title

    At an earlier Greco-Roman and freestyle national wrestling tournament this summer, Trey Meyer decided to concentrate on one discipline. The decision paid off when Meyer of East Valley captured a …


  • Locals on U.S. roster for softball

    Seven all-league players lead a group of eight local softball players who will represent the United States on a USA Athletes International team competing in the Tuscany Series in Arezza, …


  • Spokane tournament showcases top girls basketball teams

    The lone girls basketball tournament in Spokane sanctioned by the NCAA begins Wednesday. The Summer Heat 2014 tournament will be held at The Warehouse. There are two divisions – elite …


  • Lewiston fills winter coaching positions

    Corey Williams can finally take some time off. The Lewiston High athletic director just finished filling all of his winter sports head coaching positions, including the boys basketball position he …


  • Shadle picks Emory to coach girls basketball

    Shadle Park went the club basketball route to fill its girls basketball coaching position. Tom Emory has been hired to replace Chad Dezellem, who resigned in the spring.


  • Wood Bat Classic begins Thursday

    The annual Spokane/Coeur d’Alene 4th of July Legion Wood Bat Classic tournaments begin Thursday at 15 venues in the region. There are 28 teams in the senior division and 50 …


  • Sandpoint’s Leiss among area coaching changes

    Kent Leiss has a new lease on his coaching career. Leiss, who resigned as the Coeur d’Alene head boys basketball coach with four games left in the season two winters …


  • Crew Select team finishes second in Colorado

    The Crew Select 13-and-under baseball team placed second at the Triple Crown World Series in Steamboat Springs, Colo. The Crew won seven straight games in two days to reach the …


  • Coeur d’Alene All-Stars head to California

    For the second year in a row, a Little League baseball team from Kootenai County is headed to San Bernardino, Calif. The Coeur d’Alene All-Stars captured the Idaho state Majors …


  • Blazers Orange win Oregon tourney title

    The Northwest Blazers Orange girls basketball team won the championship at the End of the Trail tournament at Oregon City, Ore. The Blazers advanced out of their 32-team tournament, topping …


  • Bayley set for World Juniors

    Derek Bayley of Rathdrum has qualified for the Junior World tournament. Bayley shot 1-under par 71 at the Idaho Falls Country Club on June 17, finishing a stroke behind the …


  • Three area teams compete in ASA tourneys

    Coeur d’Alene Crush ’97 led the showing by a trio of area 14-U and 12-U teams that competed in Amateur Softball Association national-level championship softball tournaments the first week of …


  • Blazers Orange girls win San Diego title

    The Northwest Blazers Orange girls basketball team completed another highly successful season. The Orange captured the championship at the MSNM tournament in San Diego. The Orange defeated another team from …


  • Mead’s Rogers repeats as Greco-Roman champ

    Chandler Rogers was named Cadet Greco-Roman Wrestler of the Year. The Mead junior-to-be showed why July 16 when he captured his second straight Cadet National Greco-Roman championship at Fargo, N.D.


  • Pullman blocker Logan selected

    Pullman High sophomore Diana Logan has been selected as a middle blocker for the USA Volleyball Girls’ Youth Continental Team. The 6-foot-1 Logan plays with the Palouse Area Club Volleyball …


  • Wood bat classic set this week

    The way the calendar falls this year, the Spokane/Coeur d’Alene Wood Bat Classic American Legion tournament begins on Wednesday, the 4th of July, and concludes Saturday. Chino Red out of …


  • Newport, Pullman fill coaching vacancies

    Turnover continues in coaching jobs in the region. Newport announced this week the hiring of head football and volleyball coaches.

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