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Grip on Sports: Today is Gonzaga and Spokane’s shining moment, though Monday may even be brighter

A GRIP ON SPORTS • If Gonzaga wins this afternoon, will they burn Bernhardt couches up at the Manito Center? Or will they think it’s just an elaborate April Fools’ Joke over at the corner of Boone and Hamilton? Will there be a wild parade down Sprague in the Valley? Or celebratory fireworks on Five Mile? Whatever happens today, all of Spokane will join in, either smiling or crying. We guarantee it. Read on.

Spokane Empire thwarts Salt Lake – and its play-calling fans

The Screaming Eagles (1-3) – whose play calls are based on a fan vote on the team’s mobile application – and their virtual coaches could not stump the Empire (4-1), as Spokane thumped Salt Lake 53-36 in a Week 6 Indoor Football League matchup on Friday at the Arena.

Grip on Sports: Will Gonzaga turn Northwestern’s NCAA ride back into a pumpkin today?

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Had enough basketball yet? Or are you just getting started? We are halfway through the 64 teams that started the four-day weekend of NCAA hoop, but we’re not halfway through the tournament. That’s only one-sixth done. After today, we will be down to 16 teams and two-thirds of tournament. Talk about focusing the pressure. Read on.

Grip on Sports: Maybe we should just wait until Gonzaga’s NCAA run is over before worrying about the Mariners

A GRIP ON SPORTS • The weather around here has been downright spring-like the past couple days, so that got us thinking about baseball. And realizing we haven’t really checked in with the M’s in Arizona recently. With little in the way of college hoop to cover, today seems like a good day. So how did the M’s do yesterday? Let’s see, they played the Milwaukee Brewers and ... oh my goodness. So, what’s going on with the Zags? Read on.

Empire ground Screaming Eagles in IFL action

The Spokane Empire dominated the first half and survived a second-half rally to turn back the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles 41-35 in Indoor Football League action on Monday in Salt Lake City.

Spokane Empire fall in double overtime to Wichita Falls

Charles Dowdell threw for six touchdowns and 254 yards, but even that wasn’t enough as the visiting Spokane Empire fell to the Wichita Falls Nighthawks 57-65 in double overtime on Friday in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Rusty Empire edge Green Bay 34-31 in season opener

It wasn’t pretty at times for the Empire, facing off against a Green Bay team that already had a 46-13 win over Cedar Rapids in Week 1. But, thankfully for the Empire, the Spokane team prevailed 34-31 in its season opener at the Arena.