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Mead High senior Cami Culp transformed her golf game through countless hours on the course, one example being the four holes she squeezed in before darkness fell Sunday. Her triple-digit scores as a freshman dropped into the 90s, then the 80s, before a major breakthrough late last season.
Had Becky Nelson been born just a decade later, we just might be celebrating her as an Olympic athlete.
After 42 years of heading the Mead boys tennis team, Bill Wagstaff is ready to transition into the next phase of his life. That will include more family time – specifically with his grandchildren – fishing and travel.
Jordyn Hutchinson won the hammer toss and shot put as Mead won both team titles at the Mooberry Relays hosted by Rogers High School on Saturday.
Imagine being a 16-year-old in high school and having to learn a new culture on the fly.
Mead coach Phil McLean doesn’t allow himself to think about where he stands in the rich history of Spokane wrestling.
It’s Tuesday and there are four practice days left before the District 8 tournament and the Mead wrestling room is doing something it hasn’t done for a while.
Blake Haney delivered. The Mt. Spokane senior’s dramatic pin Thursday night at a packed Mead High School gave the Wildcats not only a 30-29 win over rival Mead, but also a Greater Spokane League title.
Watching Lexi Weller perform a floor exercise, her athleticism, strength and speed are on full display. What’s not evident is that she can’t see out of one eye.
Dylan Morris went 18 of 24 for 376 yards and three touchdowns – all 50-plus yards – and sixth-seeded Graham-Kapowsin held off 11th-seeded Mead 45-38
A midseason slump – back-to-back losses to Mt. Spokane and Gonzaga Prep – put the Panthers behind the eight-ball. But they recovered to finish with a flourish.
With Lewis and Clark cruising and Mead struggling the past few weeks, Thursday night’s matchup at Albi Stadium looked to be a prelude to a de facto league title game next week.
There was a lot on the line for a regular-season cross country meet on Wednesday.
Connor Halonen rushed for 131 rushing yards and four touchdowns and Gonzaga Prep blasted Mead 50-18 to stay undefeated in league at 3-0.
Jeter Schuerman faked a jet-sweep handoff, ran through a linebacker and kept his legs pumping on a 10-yard, go-ahead touchdown run with just more than 8 minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Wildcats’ first lead in the Battle of the Bell rivalry game.
Mead slowpitch softball coach Tiffany Casedy said she’s tried to get her squad to focus at the task at hand rather than dwell on last season’s state title.
It started as a sloppy track meet. It turned into a resounding statement game.
Shilo Morgan can make a coach and a quarterback go deep into the playbook – if only for characterizations.
Third-seeded Mead knocked off fourth-seeded Chiawana 11-3 in the District 8 4A championship game at Avista Stadium.
The further Isaiah Whitman gets into the season, the more grateful he becomes. This week marks the furthest point of any season for the Mead senior pole vaulter.