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Every year, there are tens of thousands of undergraduate students who attend Washington State University without the financial relief of a full-ride football scholarship.
It was 20 years ago this summer that a rising tennis star from Colbert was poised to either make history or be a part of history.
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Mead softball coach Tiffany Casedy was excited for the 2020 season. On top of their play on the field, she has grown to really admire her three seniors.
Mason Wells was a Mead Panther, is now a Gonzaga Bulldog, and in the summer an Anchorage Buc. This all-around pitcher lives and breathes baseball. With the spread of COVID-19, sports around the nation have been canceled or postponed; however, Wells is confident his Alaskan baseball season will not be affected.
Day 28 without sports has left Andrew Baird with a lot of time on his hand. Last week this former Mead Panther took TikTok to a whole new level with renditions of NFL intros. CLICK FOR LINK TO FULL VIDEO! IG: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-vwvvsHmAJ/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/HoHighlights/status/1248365299537190919
Bill Wagstaff hasn’t had any difficulty filling his proverbial dance card these days.
Nationally ranked prospect Talia Von Oelhoffen scored 31 points and Chiawana topped Mead 65-50 at the Toyota Center in Kennewick to punch its ticket to the state tournament.
Howard scored eight of her 19 points in the extra session and and top-seeded Central Valley outlasted seventh-seeded Mead 55-53 in the District 8 4A championship game at the Toyota Center in Kennewick
The wrestling mats at Mead High School are no place to slack off. Senior Chase Randall would have it no other way. Our SWX Joe McHale catches up with this Panther as he continues to rise to the occasion.
The Mead Panthers will head to the 4A District 8 Championship on Friday to take on Central Valley. The winner will head to state.
Hodges Flemming scored 26 points, Liam Lloyd added 19 and Gonzaga Prep (15-5, 12-2) downed visiting Mead (9-11, 7-7) on Saturday.
Lakin Gardner scored 23 points, including a huge 3-pointer to quell a late charge, as Gonzaga Prep built a big lead then held off visiting Mead 57-47 on Saturday.
Some recruiters were willing to wait for the services of standout Mead defensive end Ben Voigtlaender. Others weren’t.
After a record-setting senior season, Mead quarterback Ryan Blair finally knows where he’ll be playing college football. The GSL 4A MVP committed to Western Oregon University on Wednesday.
Central Valley had nine players score in the first half as it built a 20-plus-point lead and the Bears cruised to a 77-47 win over visiting Mead.
Peyton Howard scored 15 points, Grace Geldien added 12 and Abby Lewis came off the bench for a career-high 12 points and Centrla Valley pulled away from Mead 64-46 on Friday.
Mt. Spokane junior Casey Howerton put his index finger to his lips, an attempt to quiet Mead’s glow-stick waving student section even more following his match-deciding pin.
Tonight the Mead Panthers faced the Mt. Spokane Wildcats on the mat at the 2020 Glow Down Show Down! Both teams brought the neon and were ready for a night to remember. After a tough battle, the Wildcats took the dual with a 33-26 lead.
It’s not played at the Arena, but Pack the Palace between Mead and Mt. Spokane still has all the fervor and excitement of the other spirit week games.