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Sometimes they’re major college material and sometimes not, but one thing’s for certain: the athletes of the Community Colleges of Spokane have the most interesting stories in the region.
Tonight the CCS Sasquatch went head-to-head against the Yakima Valley Yaks in a double header showdown. The Lady Sasquatch fell to the Yaks 67-53. For the men's team, it was a different story they walked away with a 106-95 victory.
Garrett Paxton notched 17 points, Ben College added 16, and Whitworth beat Coe College 73-59 Saturday in the consolation game of the Lopata Classic in St. Louis.
CCS plays Lane at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The winner would have to lose twice Sunday for any other team to win the title.
Johnson, 62, told The Spokesman-Review on Thursday that he’ll step down after his 32nd season as head coach. He also spent three years as an assistant on the Sasquatch bench.
Burrus, 62, will retire June 30 after a 13 year-stint with the school. His longtime assistant, former CCS baseball coach Bobby Lee, will take over as interim AD.
Brenden Duncan hit a three-run home run, and CC Spokane beat Mt. Hood 9-3 Saturday at the NWAC Championship in Longview, Washington.
Washington State’s Nick Johnson, Sam Brixey and Christapherson Grant all moved ahead in the men’s 110-meter hurdles after Friday’s first round at the NCAA West Regional in Sacramento, California.
McKabe Cottrell struck out 15, Justin Lutz added a two-run home run and CC Spokane beat Edmonds 5-2 Thursday in the first round of the NWAC Tournament in Longview, Washington.
Maddy Mott threw a five-hitter, and North Idaho topped Clackamas 5-1 Saturday in a second-round game at the NWAC Softball Championship at Merkel Complex.
When Community Colleges of Spokane closer Reed Harrington’s fastball smacked into the leather of catcher Justin Lutz last week in Pasco, it retired a Columbia Basin hitter and signaled the Sasquatch’s first Northwest Athletic Conference East Region title in 14 years.
Don’t mistake CJ Perry’s youthful, clean-shaven face for frailty. The second-year Whitworth coach – a 2008 Gonzaga Prep graduate – has the Pirates rolling.
The Bulldogs’ three-game stretch against San Diego (17-8, 3-3) at Patterson Baseball Complex begins Friday.
Nate Pryor and RayQuan Evans posted double-doubles and the top-seeded North Idaho Cardinals held off the Lane Titans 85-78 in a Northwest Conference Tournament semifinal game at Everett Community College.
RayQuan Evans tallied 22 points, 13 rebounds and six assists, and North Idaho defeated Centralia 84-56 Friday at the NWAC Tournament quarterfinals at Everett CC in Everett.
North Idaho College and Community Colleges of Spokane opened the Northwest Athletic Conference Championship on Friday in Everett with convincing wins.
Top-ranked North Idaho College clinched an East Region title after its 96-67 rout of Community Colleges of Spokane, the latest in a lengthy string of thumpings the defending NWAC champion Cardinals have doled out this season.
Army senior forward Madison Hovren – the Greater Spokane League’s all-time leading scorer during her time at Central Valley – is back to her record-breaking ways.
Jimmy Wohrer totaled 29 points and 10 rebounds and Puget Sound beat Whitworth 87-72 Saturday in Tacoma, snapping a 23-game losing streak to the Pirates dating back nearly 10 years.
Camy Aguinaldo and Aimee Smith scored 14 points apiece and Whitworth defeated Puget Sound 61-56 on Saturday in Tacoma but missed out on the postseason in the season finale.