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Gonzaga’s Sophie Whittle

Heading into the ITS/Riviera All-American Championships last week, Sophie Whittle had three possible game plans. Plan A: Play to her strengths and force her game on her opponents. Plan B: …

Chauncy Welliver training for Coeur d’Alene fight (Oct. 9, 2018)

Local heavyweight boxer Chauncy Welliver is scheduled to fight Saturday night at the Coeur d’Alene Casino’s House of Fury, his first appearance there in more than 10 years.

The Showcase

Ex-NFL stars dotted the celebrity lineup, but for the third straight year, an ex-NHL sensation took home the tournament’s plaid jacket.

USATF Masters Championships Day One

Action from the first day of the USATF Masters Championships at Roos Field in Cheney, Wash.

Herschel Walker visits Fairchild Air Force Base

Former NFL star and Olympian Herschel Walker speaks to servicemen and women at Fairchild Air Force Base on July 18, 2018. The former1982 Heisman Trophy winner delivered a speech that …

Gonzaga baseball vs. Canisius (June 2)

Alek Jacob struck out five batters over eight innings and Austin Pinorini went 3 for 4 with three RBIs for Gonzaga, which eliminated Canisius from the NCAA Tournament with an …

Gonzaga baseball vs. Santa Clara (May 18)

Gonzaga baseball defeated Santa Clara 11-1 on Friday at Patterson Baseball Complez

Gonzaga baseball vs. Loyola Marymount (April 29)

Mac Lardner pitched six strong innings and Nick Brooks hit two of Gonzaga’s four home runs as the Bulldogs defeated Loyola Marymount 11-1 on a rainy Sunday afternoon at Patterson …

Silver Skaters

The Silver Skaters are a group of Spokane Women’s Hockey members who are over 50. They recently hosted their fourth jamboree.

Whitworth’s FieldTurf Revolution 360 surface,

This month Whitworth unveils its new FieldTurf Revolution 360 surface, a $1 million dollar project and the first of three donor-funded projects for the school’s athletic department.