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Mt. Spokane will host Skier Cross January 18th and 19th. This is a junior national qualifier event.
Mt. Spokane girls basketball captains Emma Main and Jayda Noble join SWX's Taylor Brooks in studio. The Wildcats are 5-2 on the year.. and hope to make the state tournament for the fourth straight year. Last season, Mt. Spokane lost in the state championship game.. but they are more confident and hungrier than ever this year.
Senior guard Emma Main and the Mt. Spokane girls basketball team haven’t experienced a state-title game hangover so far this season.
The Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association released its all-state teams for each classification on Friday, and players from across Eastern Washington were among the honored.
For last Monday’s practice, Mt. Spokane coach David Pratt finally had his entire squad together for practice for the first time this preseason. All was right with the world.
If Mt. Spokane is fortunate enough to make another trip to the state title game – as they did last year with a senior-laden squad – they will most likely find a familiar face waiting for them.
Roundup of Saturday’s state volleyball action.
Roundup of Saturday’s state football playoffs.
Roundup of Friday’s State 4A and 3A volleyball action.
The list of teams unable to stop Kannon Katzer was already a lengthy one – and after Friday’s result, the Peninsula Seahawks are most certainly on that list, too.
Through the first two games of the season the Wildcats had run, well, wild. Senior do-everything-back Kannon Katzer had run for 471 yards and scored nine touchdowns.
Noble – the 29th-ranked high school guard in the country, according to ESPN recruiting – signed with Washington.
Kannon Katzer rushed for 211 yards with five first-half touchdowns and Mt. Spokane overwhelmed Kamiakin 49-20 in a District 8 3A playoff game at Albi Stadium on Friday.
Roundup of Saturday’s Washington state slowpitch softball action
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.
Chad Carlson rushed 21 times for 158 yards and Central Valley rebounded from a lopsided home loss last week to beat Mt. Spokane 27-7 at Albi Stadium on Friday.
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.
It is often said that is takes a little luck to win a title but, while there is certainly some truth in that statement, it takes talent, too.
Junior Tyson Degenhart, a first team all-Great Spokane League selection and all-state tourney pick, committed to Boise State basketball on Thursday.
Kannon Katzer is healthy, and that news will give the rest of the Greater Spokane League a major headache all season long. The Mt. Spokane all-purpose back rushed for 213 yards, caught five passes for another 60, and scored four touchdowns as the Wildcats walloped Moses Lake 34-13 in nonleague play in the Friday nightcap at Albi Stadium.