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Lewis and Clark busts loose, leads all the way against Mead

Lewis and Clark won one Greater Spokane League game last season. This year, the Tigers have been much better, but still entered play on Thursday averaging just 15 points in league play. That made their performance all the more impressive.

Mead Panthers over Ferris Saxons 45-7

The Mead Panthers got their first GSL 4A victory of the year Thursday evening, downing the Ferris Saxons 45-7 at Joe Albi Stadium.

Mt. Spokane, Mead play non-league games

Mt. Spokane took on the Wildcats of Eastmont (Wenatchee) and prevailed in a non-league matchup 41-34. The Mead Panthers took on the Southridge Suns, winning 39-7 at Joe Albi Stadium Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015.

Qasim Hatem immersed himself in Islam after stellar football career

A former Spokane football player, who once was powerless to stop Washington Husky fans from mobbing him after games, now works to help empower Muslim children in a culture that seems all too willing to isolate them because of their faith. Qasim Hatem, 35, is a red-blooded American kid who grew up among the cornfields of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, before he moved with his family in 1993 to Spokane where he later starred at linebacker for the Mead Panthers.