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Looking for the most inspirational women’s basketball player in the NCAA Tournament? She grew up in our back yard.
The Greater Spokane League and other area leagues are well represented at Mat Classic XXX as usual, with several wrestlers – and a few defending champions – ranked in the top 10 in their weight classes.
Cameron Crawford earned a decisive win at 160 to put the Panthers up 32-20 and visiting Mead beat Mt. Spokane 32-29 in front of a packed gymnasium to finish the season undefeated and league champion on Thursday.
Defending state champ Chase Tebbets earned a pin at 5:52 to give Mead the lead and Justin Mason built a big lead and held on for dear life to earn a major decision to clinch a hard-fought 37-27 win over visiting University on Wednesday.
Jacob Pfennigs hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter as Post Falls built a double-digit early lead and the Trojans downed Mead 66-48 in the finale of the Lake City Invite at Lake City HS on Friday.
Mead was a near unanimous selection in our preseason poll to finish first in Greater Spokane League wrestling this season and appeared first or second on every coach’s ballot in the league ... except one. Mead coach Phil McLean’s ballot.
Mead’s Zella Conley won both the uneven bars and the vault as she took the overall title with a score of 37.1 in a GSL meet hosted by Lewis and Clark at Mead.
Mead won three consecutive games by a combined 36-3 to capture the first slowpitch softball state championship in more than 20 years at Columbia Playfields in Richland on Oct. 28.
Prep roundup: Peyton Cushner had two hits, including a two-run home run, to spark the Mead Panthers to a 16-11 victory over the Central Valley Bears in a District 8 4A slowpitch matchup on Monday afternoon at Central Valley.
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 (4-2, 2-0) beat Mt. Spokane 24-19 on Friday night at Joe Albi Stadium in a nonleague Greater Spokane League contest.
Blaine Bennett gathered his Post Falls Trojans at midfield on the red turf of Roos Field in Cheney and summed the game up in a nutshell.
Lewis and Clark boys tennis coach Tobin Phelps put it succinctly. “If I ever see another squeegee again it will be too soon,” he said.
GSL girls: Quantae Anderson, the Mead Panthers girls basketball head coach, has some not-so-fond memories at the Lewis and Clark High School gymnasium.
Amanda Chan had 14 kills and 11 digs to help Mead stay unbeaten in the league and sweep visiting Central Valley 25-18, 25-17, 25-17 in a Greater Spokane League match on Tuesday.
Having the Beard brothers as your opening and closing acts isn’t a bad way to avoid wrestling drama.
The Mead Panthers got their first GSL 4A victory of the year Thursday evening, downing the Ferris Saxons 45-7 at Joe Albi Stadium.
In a key Greater Spokane League volleyball matchup, the Mead Panthers bested the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups on Tuesday in three straight 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.
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.