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Brady Hill, Mt. Spokane center fielder and leadoff hitter, was selected in the 39th round on Day 3 of the MLB draft on Wednesday.
It’s not uncommon for siblings to participate in the same or similar sports. But what Mt. Spokane’s Flesland siblings – senior Stu and sophomore Morgan – did on April 10 was particularly remarkable.
Stu Flesland and Tyler Staley of the Mt. Spokane baseball team stop by the SWX Sports Studio to talk about the team's trip to the state tournament.
To say that Mt. Spokane sophomore Graham Clark is his team’s No. 1 boys tennis player undersells his game by a good margin.
With four college-bound seniors returning from a squad that won a Greater Spokane League title last season, Mt. Spokane hopes to make another title run.
When asked last season at a Greater Spokane League meet to try the 400-meter run, Spencer Barrera considered the request experimental, not permanent. He breezed to victory, with a winning time of 50.34 seconds.
Brooke Walling – headed to Fresno State in the fall – scored 17 points and top-seeded Prairie outlasted second-seeded Mt. Spokane 37-35 in the State 3A championship game at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday.
Paolo Banchero scored 20 points with seven rebounds and O’Dea beat Mt. Spokane 70-39 in the State 3A championship game at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday.
There’s a new state title hopeful for Class 3A state boys basketball, and it’s a team outside the Metro League. In fact, it’s on the other side of the state.
Aspyn Adams scored 16 points, Jayda Noble added 12 and second-seeded Mt. Spokane (24-1) beat third-seeded Garfield 52-46 in a State 3A semifinal at the Tacoma Dome on Friday.
Jerry Twenge scored 20 points and second-seeded Mt. Spokane beat ninth-seeded Capital 71-60 in a State 3A quarterfinal at the Tacoma Dome on Thursday.
Aspyn Adams scored 20 points with six 3-pointers, Emily Nelson added 15 and second-seeded Mt. Spokane handled ninth-seeded West Seattle 55-35 in a State 3A quarterfinal at the Tacoma Dome on Thursday.
Aspyn Adams scored 20 points with six 3-pointers and second-seeded Mt. Spokane handled seventh-seeded Bethel 63-32 in a state regional round game at University HS.
Tyson Degenhart scored 25 points and second-seeded Mt. Spokane (22-1) overwhelmed seventh-seeded Prairie (17-8) 71-52 in a state 3A regional round game at University HS on Friday.
With Gina Twenge and Hana Hill, a pair of talented sophomores, on its roster, is it correct to say the Mt. Spokane gymnastics team challenges opponents with a double threat? The two proved to be a formidable pair Thursday night at the 3A/2A state gymnastics meet at Sammamish High School, with Twenge placing second in the all-around competition with a score of 37.6 and Hall, at 37.3, finishing seventh.
Undefeated regular seasons in Greater Spokane League gymnastics happen “occasionally,” according to Mt. Spokane coach Dana Trantum. That doesn’t make it any less satisfying to the coaches and athletes.
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.
Roundup of Wednesday’s Greater Spokane League boys and girls basketball action.
Malina Ama of Mt. Spokane was named 3A volleyball player of the year by the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association, announced on Wednesday via press release.
The Mt. Spokane Wildcats brought four months of near perfection to a fitting close on Saturday night, toppling Lakeside to win the state 3A volleyball championship at the Yakima Valley SunDome.