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A 14-point fourth-quarter lead wasn’t enough for the Mt. Spokane Wildcats.
Brady Hill rushed 10 times for 100 yards, Jacob Adams added 84 yards with a long touchdown run and Mt. Spokane punched its ticket to the state playoffs round of 16 with a 23-14 win over Bishop Blanchet of Seattle, the Metro League-Sound Division champ.
Brady Hill rushed for two touchdowns, Cody McDonald kicked three field goals and Mt. Spokane won its fourth straight Greater Spokane League 3A title, downing Shadle Park 30-0 at Albi Stadium on Thursday.
Mead (4-2, 2-0) beat Mt. Spokane 24-19 on Friday night at Joe Albi Stadium in a nonleague Greater Spokane League contest.
Mt. Spokane opened the state Class 3A fastpitch tournament Friday morning with a stress-free, 12-1 victory over Stadium. The Wildcats’ second game, a 5-4 victory over Snohomish, was much different.
Shadle Park had one final chance to shut down Mt. Spokane this season. But the Wildcats couldn’t be stopped.
University isn’t worried. In fact, Titans head coach Jon Schuh hasn’t given University’s 14-0 record in the Greater Spokane League this year much thought.
There’s no spring sports coach who has more room to complain than Mt. Spokane baseball coach Alex Schuerman.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Haynes made a quick trip to the Northwest this week. There was a high school athlete in Spokane he wanted to meet in person.
Mt. Spokane jumped out early against Edmonds-Woodway and never relinquished the lead, cruising to a 58-42 victory in the State 3A tournament game deciding fourth and sixth places at the Tacoma Dome.
Mt. Spokane posted one dramatic victory Saturday, but the Wildcats couldn’t string their hits together in the second game and fell 3-1 to Mercer Island in the State 3A baseball playoffs. Mt. Spokane beat Columbia River 6-5 in the early game at Whitworth University’s Merkel Field. But the Islanders (19-7) did just enough to beat the Wildcats and advance to the state semifinals next week at the University of Washington.
Kimber Tutt wishes she would have started pitching years ago. As it is, the Mt. Spokane senior looks like a veteran in the circle despite waiting until last year to give pitching a try.
Hannah Bell’s first Greater Spokane League home run was just the appetizer. Her bases-loaded single provided the main course.
Jaya Allen’s pitching made up for any shortcomings Shadle Park displayed during Tuesday’s Greater Spokane League softball opener at Mt. Spokane. Allen struck out 12 and worked out of big jams in the sixth and seventh innings as the Highlanders, last year’s third-place team at the State 3A tournament, held off the Wildcats 7-4 on a blustery afternoon.
Not a lot was riding on the outcome Monday afternoon when Mead hosted district rival Mt. Spokane in what was originally scheduled as the last regular-season softball contest for both. No playoff berths, as both had already qualified for the postseason that begins later this week, Mead as either the first or second seed in the 4A districts, Mt. Spokane as the second or third in the 3A.
KENNEWICK – Mt. Spokane coach Mike McLaughlin thought of just about every scenario possible for Saturday’s State 3A quarterfinal football game against Kamiakin. None, however, matched the horror show that unfolded before his eyes on the Lampson Stadium turf.
Everything that could go wrong for the Mt. Spokane Wildcats in the first half did, as they fell behind 30-0 and could never recover in a 44-19 loss to Kamiakin in the State 3A football playoffs to end their season at 10-2.