Roundup of Tuesday’s prep football action from across Eastern Washington.
Roundup of Tuesday’s prep volleyball district playoff action from across Eastern Washington.
Roundup of Saturday’s girls soccer district action across Eastern Washington.
Roundup of Saturday’s Idaho State volleyball and district championships across Eastern Washington.
Roundup of Saturday’s Washington state slowpitch softball action
Roundup of Saturday’s cross country district championships across Eastern Washington.
Kannon Katzer rushed 25 times for 307 yards with touchdown runs of 65 and 5 yards and Mt. Spokane topped Shadle Park 42-8 in the late game at Albi Stadium on Friday.
Against one of the state’s top quarterbacks and a capable Timberline offense, Post Falls coach Blaine Bennett thought his defense did enough to win Friday.
Roundup of Friday’s prep football action from across Eastern Washington.
Lake City remained in the running for a third-place trophy as the Timberwolves topped Timberline in 26-24, 25-23, 21-25, 24-26, 15-9 in a loser-out match at the 5A State volleyball tournament at Post Falls High School on Friday.
Nick Terrill carried 21 timed for 95 yards with two touchdowns and Mead beat Ferris 21-16 to earn a piece of the GSL championship and qualify for postseason play.
Roundup of Friday’s Washington state slowpitch softball tournaments.
Roundup of Thursday’s prep girls soccer and volleyball district playoff action.
Roundup of Thursday’s prep volleyball district tournament action.
Roundup of Thursday’s Greater Spokane League prep football action.
Don Owen’s voice mail greeting is both humorous and a window to the 62-year-old’s interests.
Chelsea Le and Makalia LeBret scored two goals apiece, and Gonzaga Prep defeated visiting Hanford 5-1 Wednesday in the first round of the District 8 4A playoffs.
One of the most tradition-rich cross country regions in Washington is running for keeps this weekend.
The state softball tournaments get underway with first-round games and semifinals on Friday at Gateway Sports Complex in Yakima. The championship game and third-place bracket are Saturday.
Like most years, the Greater Spokane League 4A and 3A titles have come down to the last week of the season. The 3A situation is clear, while 4A is much cloudier.