Hayden Dressel is a known product in Washington prep running circles.
John Hays has coached some gifted track and field athletes in his 32-year career at Freeman.
Idaho high school track and field athletes will decide state berths in two-day meets beginning Thursday and concluding Saturday.
Ecstatic doesn’t begin to describe how Cierra Foster felt when she learned last Thursday she is the 2017 recipient of the Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award. It is the female version of the longtime Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award given to boys.
The 41st Bloomsday was the culmination of a strenuous stretch for elite wheelchair athlete Josh George.
Tanzanian Gabriel Geay had never heard of Bloomsday until this week. Now Geay is a Bloomsday winner.
Hayden Dressel and Dillon Lionello finished their Greater Spokane League track and field careers Thursday as two-time conference champions.
The 41st Bloomsday features what’s believed to be the race’s deepest men’s field.
Anna Fomin’s shy, quiet personality belies a competitive, fiery spirit that bubbles beneath the surface when she steps on the track.
John Mires is grateful to be coaching his Mead boys track team this spring.
The chase for the Greater Spokane League boys track and field championship became clearer Thursday. In a dual featuring three of the top four teams, Mt. Spokane swept Central Valley and Ferris at Gonzaga Prep. That sets up a showdown in two weeks between Mead (4-0) and Mt. Spokane (4-0) for the league title.
Ron Adams is nearing the end of his involvement in the Jack Blair Memorial girls basketball game, which turns 24 years old in early June.
Pat Kostecka has wasted no time putting his handprint on the Mt. Spokane boys track team.
There’s no spring sports coach who has more room to complain than Mt. Spokane baseball coach Alex Schuerman.
Kristine Rothwell remembers going to the grocery story with her little brother, Grady Leonard, when he was in elementary school.
Spring break has passed and that generally means the high school track and field season begins with earnest.
Coeur d’Alene wrestler Casey Randles has three state championships on his resume – two from when he was at Sandpoint.
Shadle Park senior Jakobe Ford hopes to be a Triple Crown winner this spring.
Greater Spokane League administrators have decided to split boys and girls basketball into two divisions similar to football.
Irony has a way of creeping into all areas of life – especially the life of a high school coach.
Coeur d’Alene junior quarterback Colson Yankoff decided to stay in the Pacific-12 Conference.