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Chase Randall believes Mead had the means to win a 4A team title at the 2019 Mat Classic.
Taking over as head gymnastics coach at Mead is former Panther gymnast Hanna Bjerkestrand, who has been an assistant under veteran coach Laurie Chadwick for the past three seasons.
Roundup of Friday’s State 4A and 3A volleyball action.
Kyah Le scored the winning goal in the 88th minute and Gonzaga Prep defeated Mead 1-0 at Joe Albi Stadium in the State 4A girls quarterfinals 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.
Mead football got back in the GSL race this past Friday with a big win over Central Valley. It was the Bears first GSL loss of the season. The end of the year heats up now with only two regular season games left, with FOUR 4A GSL teams at 2-1 in the league.
Ryan Blair completed 20 of 25 pass attempts for 259 with four touchdown passes – three to Kaveh Abghari – and Mead beat Central Valley 35-19 in the late game at Albi Stadium on Friday. Four teams are tied with one league loss in the Greater Spokane League 4A ranks.
Mead (12-2) hosts Central Valley (12-1) in a slowpitch softball doubleheader on Thursday with a league title and the top 4A seed to the District 8 tournament at stake. Mead won the state title in 2017.
The old adage, often misquoted, says that “the proof of the pudding is in the tasting.”
Ryan McKenna carried 18 times for 147 yards with touchdown runs of 76 and 22 yards and Gonzaga Prep topped visiting Mead 31-7 to remain unbeaten in league play.
Caleb Shawen carried 20 times for 181 yards and Mead outlasted Mt. Spokane 34-28 in a Greater Spokane League showdown at Albi Stadium on Friday.
Mead scored early, often, on the ground and through the air and handled Lewis and Clark 34-10 in the Greater Spokane League 4A opener at Albi Stadium on Thursday.
The Mead Panthers narrowly missed out on a state appearance last season, coming within two wins of a third-place finish in the District 8 4A tournament.
Mead (1-0), which returns 40 lettermen from last year’s Greater Spokane League runner-up team, looked like the veteran club against the Trojans (1-1), who yielded 536 total yards to the Panthers.
Stacy Clinesmith fits the bill of Spokane basketball royalty.
Players, coaches and parents jockeyed for position to get a clear look as the last few State 4A boys tournament scores were posted on the wall outside of The Creek at Qualchan pro shop. The numbers didn’t add up for Gonzaga Prep, which came up just short in its bid for a second straight state title.
The Gonzaga Prep boys cruised to the State 4A championship last year, but the change to a team scoring format has created a crowded leader board after the first day of the 2019 tournament.
Zane Mularski played the first golf holes of his life at The Creek at Qualchan Golf Course, and the irony is not lost on him that he will play the final 36 holes of his high school career at the same place.
The Greater Spokane League regular season didn’t go quite as planned for Central Valley sophomore Kami Twining and Gonzaga Prep junior Nate Plaster.
University hosts the Mead Panthers in a loser-out game of the 4A District 8 Tournament.