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An older brother - ex-Seahawks great Marshawn Lynch - has aided Sapp-Spokane Shock running back Davonte Sapp-Lynch's confidence.
For the first time in 2 years, the 2018 Central Valley High School Girl's Basketball Team is back together after their National Championship victory in New York. These former Bears have reunited to reminisce their 66-61 win over the No.1 Hamilton Christian Academy!
In 2011 the Spokane Chiefs made WHL history with the first-ever outdoor league game. Sam Adams sat down with Tyler Johnson, Don Nachbaur, and Darren Kramer as they relived this historic night at Avista Stadium.
Spokane sports broadcaster Sam Adams is about to become one of the anchors for KHQ’s popular “Wake Up” morning show. It might sound a little crazy, but it’s likely a crazy-smart move, both for the station and for the affable Adams.
Six months ago retired Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Sam Adams stepped to a lectern in front of an orange-clad crowd inside the Spokane Arena, announcing the return of Spokane’s once successful professional football franchise.
The Indoor Football League announced the end of the 2020 season amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, three weeks after the Spokane Shock were scheduled to open their season.
Spokane Shock coach Billy Back ended practice Saturday with a message his three-dozen players feared – but widely expected – to hear.
March Madness has been dubbed “March Sadness” this season as college basketball fans sulk about the lack of buzzer-beaters and bracket-busting upsets.
The Indoor Football League announced the postponement of its 2020 season Thursday in response to the coronavirus pandemic, 10 days before the Shock’s season-opening road game against the Bismarck Bucks.
Spokane Tribe Casino and the Shock announced their partnership on Thursday, which will include several ventures, including the new Spokane Tribe Casino Field.
Say hello to Billy Back, the new head coach of the Spokane Shock. Back stopped by the studio to talk all things Shock and what to expect this upcoming season!
The second coming of the Spokane Shock has been swift.
The Shock also announced some personnel for its 2020 team, including new head coach Billy Back.
With two weeks left in Washington and one in the Idaho, seemingly every game on the packed schedule will impact a league race in each of the classifications.
It’s hard to imagine there are just three weeks left in the football regular season, but here we are. The “finding out who we are” phase of the season is over and it’s time for teams to fight for fight for their playoff seeds.
It’s a 4A/3A week in the Greater Spokane League, so there are no playoff implications on the line – but there are a few interesting matchups.
With all due respect to the three other teams in the Greater Spokane League 4A ranks, the league title could very well be determined by the three games between Mead, Gonzaga Prep and Central Valley this season – and the first one is this week.
The annual “Battle of the Bell” doesn’t mean anything toward postseason play, but it’s a rivalry game unparalleled in the area, with a five-figure crowd expected at Albi Stadium on Friday night.
After a two-year absence, it appears arena football is returning to Spokane, along with the popular Shock name. Spokane is expected to return to the Indoor Football League for the 2020 season, a league source confirmed.
SWX's, Sam Adams met with the Indians Senior Vice President, Otto Klein and got the scoop of what this years season has in store for you!