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Mt. Spokane powered its way into the state 3A volleyball semifinals for the third straight year on Friday with a three-set win over Eastside Catholic in the Yakima Valley SunDome.
Sometimes slowpitch softball doesn’t get the same recognition as the other fall sports.
Carson Doyle threw two touchdown passes and Shadle Park (4-5, 3-0) surprised Mt. Spokane (7-2, 2-1) – ranked fourth in state – 14-11 in the GSL 3A title game at Albi Stadium.
Roundup of Monday’s prep slowpitch softball action from across the region.
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.
Mt. Spokane, ranked No. 8 in state 3A, rushed the ball 63 times for 330 yards and beat Gonzaga Prep – ranked No. 6 in 4A – 13-0 on Thursday at Albi Stadium.
Central Valley shook off a tough loss to Lewis and Clark last week and, after a slow first quarter, the Bears wore out the Wildcats 31-14 on Friday.
Mt. Spokane gets one of its toughest draws of the season with a road game at Central Valley, which is anxious to bounce back from a stunning home loss.
Mt. Spokane routed Damien Memorial of Honolulu 42-14 at the Pine Bowl on the campus of Whitworth University on Friday afternoon.
There’s a eerie familiarity between two of the top teams in the Greater Spokane League. Both come off bitter losses in last year’s state tournaments. Both enter play ranked in the top-10 in the state. Both lost a ton of talent to graduation.
Shadle Park boasts 30 returning lettermen and 11 starters, including its all-league combo of senior quarterback Carson Doyle and junior wide receiver Xavier Atkins.
Hugh Smith saw his draft stock rise exponentially over the past few months during his junior season at Whitworth. On Tuesday, those expectations came to fruition.
Mt. Spokane baseball finished undefeated last season and the Wildcats feel like they can duplicate the feat and get another shot at erasing the GSL’s title drought.
Dalayah Daniels scored 14 points with 16 rebounds and five blocked shots and No. 3 seed Garfield eliminated No. 14 seed Mt. Spokane 58-36.
Russell Whealdon scored 19 points to help No. 2 seed O’Dea pull away from No. 15 seed Mt. Spokane 68-48.
JT Smith scored 30 points with six 3-pointers and Mt. Spokane (17-6) eliminated Kennewick (11-13) 78-65 in the District 8 3A second-place game.
Aspyn Adams scored 27 points with six 3-pointers and Mt. Spokane (13-10) eliminated Kennewick (14-10) 62-45 in the District 8 3A second place game.
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.
It’s almost inevitable that every girls program in the Greater Spokane League gets compared to Central Valley. But Mt. Spokane – led by twins Aspyn and Averi Adams and fellow juniors Emily Nelson and Alyssa Powell – has come to accept it.
Jake Howerton and Zach Clark opened the match with back-to-back pins at 145 and 152, and Mt. Spokane cruised past Lewis and Clark 67-6 in a GSL dual meet on Thursday.