Sometimes they’re major college material and sometimes not, but one thing’s for certain: the athletes of the Community Colleges of Spokane have the most interesting stories in the region.
All five area golfers who participated in the 72nd Hudson Cup matches and 29th Senior Hudson Cup last week at Meadow Springs Country Club in Richland came away with points, but it was senior pros Steve Prugh and Billy Bomar who had the best showing.
Four former Eastern Washington standouts appeared in the latest edition of Sunday Night Football.
Jovan Mercado, an Omak High School sophomore who represented Washington state at the 2019 national Pepsi Championship, carried a hot start to the final ball to win the Junior Bowlers Tour stop at Lilac Lanes on Oct. 11.
Basketball-centric Spokane was saddened by the loss of the 2020 NCAA Tournaments in March, slated for men's games at the Spokane Arena and women's games at Gonzaga if not for the nation's coronavirus shutdown.
For nearly 10 years, Neil Hansen of Spokane entertained drag racing fans from coast to coast and into Canada with his flame-spewing jet dragster.
The University of Washington baseball program must vacate all wins from its 2018 College World Series season after the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions ruled that UW provided impermissible recruiting benefits to players’ parents.
The memories are fond for Eastern Washington defensive end Debore'ae McClain, but reminders of a void that has warped his unusual September and October months.
Hear about Great Falls newest phenomenon, axe throwing!
Senior volleyball player Madison Wilson gives back to her community and inspires others around her.
Hear from Jory Thompson and Jeff Graham as they prepare to face off Friday.
For 39 years, her nameplate adorned an office door in the athletic department at Washington State University.
During what might be called “a slow news period” for area colleges, a couple of announcements out of the University of Idaho are noteworthy.