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Central Valley High School honor roll

Central Valley High School has announced its honor roll for the second semester of the 2015-16 school year.


CV’s Walter will stay in the game for one more year

“I’m going to give it another year – one more year,” Walter said. “I work with great people and we have a great group of kids here. That makes the …


Fired deputy won’t face charges for relationship with former high school student

No criminal charges will be filed against a fired school resource deputy who had a sexual relationship with a former Central Valley High School student.


CV student sees beyond circumstances

Caleb Johnson sees a positive in most any situation. His bright-side perspective even extends to having had limited vision since age 4.


Spokane deputy fired for allegedly having sexual relationship with teenage girl

Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Speer was fired Thursday for having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl.


CV art students hope to tie up $50,000 grant

Central Valley High School students make final 50 in Vans sneaker contest


CV regroups after loss to LC, assesses its shot at title

It was sunny and bright Tuesday, but the Central Valley Bears were just, well, off.


CV wrestlers work as a team

Wrestling is very much a team sport. When a wrestler walks on the mat, he carries the hopes and dreams of his team on his shoulders. Holding up his end …


Lack of seniors no problem for CV girls team

The Central Valley girls basketball team entered this week with an undefeated record (13-0), a lock on the No. 1 slot in the Associated Press girls Class 4A basketball poll …


Central Valley High School cleared, students back in class after bomb threat

Sheriff’s deputies are sweeping Central Valley High School following a bomb threat phoned into the school Wednesday morning.


Central Valley has no intention of letting up in playoffs

Central Valley (7-2) enters the playoff game after two straight one-sided wins following a loss to Greater Spokane League champion Gonzaga Prep in a first-place showdown.


CV cross country team thrives

Kieran Mahoney never set out to fashion a team that might occasionally challenge the Greater Spokane League running hierarchy. The Central Valley coach’s game plan, from the day he took …


Central Valley volleyball coach Laurie Quigley returns as a winner

Laurie Quigley thought for a moment, remembering back to when she last played volleyball in the Greater Spokane League. “It’s been longer than most people seem to think,” she said, …


Steve Christilaw: Promising fall sports seasons debut in heat

I’ve been having trouble explaining to my Great Dane, River, that the dog days of summer have nothing to do with her. Considering the fact that she thinks everything is …


CV’s Patrick Dean succeeded in school despite sickness

Halfway through Patrick Dean’s freshman year at Central Valley High School, he developed a painful bump on his head. When he went to the doctor, an X-ray revealed his skull …


Central Valley High School

Class of 2015 Expected to graduate are:


Spokane Valley bond seeks $22 million for libraries

Spokane Valley residents will vote again in August on a $22 million bond proposal to build two new library branches and renovate others as the clock ticks on a land …


Central Valley wrestling coach John Owen retires as great teacher

The late George Carlin asked a great question. “Have you ever started a path?” he asked. “No one seems willing to do this. We don’t mind using existing paths, but …


DECA students ready to compete

Three teen girls in Central Valley High School’s DECA program are busy preparing for their own version of “Shark Tank.” Their entrepreneurial idea has already impressed local DECA judges, now …


CV coach cautions grapplers on overthinking state matches

John Owen has made a hall of fame career out of taking wrestlers to big tournaments, and his long list of national championships and individual national and state champions is …


Longtime CV band teacher dies at 86

Longtime Spokane Valley music teacher and Central Valley High School band director Frank R. Thomas – known to many as Dick Thomas – died at his home on Dec. 14. …


Soccer goalkeeper Chloe Sholtz ready to defend Central Valley’s state 4A title

Chloe Sholtz paid her dues. A lot of dues. As the Central Valley girls soccer team prepares to defend its state Class 4A championship in an 8 p.m. semifinal game …


Busy season for Spokane Valley crafter

Sarah Bennyhoff sculpts stiff cloth into bunnies or moose or frogs, creates wall hangings with yarn and paints pigs, snowmen and saltbox scenes on whatever’s handy. “I will paint anything …


CV CyberPatriots test skills against hundreds in nation

Central Valley High School students are learning to close computer network gaps that can allow hackers to sneak in. The school’s new CyberPatriots group – 26 students and three teams …


Powder puff game alive at Central Valley

Girls smearing on eye black and boys in cheerleader skirts are part of a long-standing homecoming tradition at Central Valley High School. The powder puff game “is the way to …


Talented returning athletes lead Valley soccer teams

Andres Monrroy has made a point of telling his Central Valley girls soccer team that there are no laurels upon which they can rest this season. Yes, they are the …


Sign honors CV’s Mr. Spirit

When students return to Central Valley High School next month, they will be greeted by a new sign over the front door. “Always believe. He did.”


Close-knit coaching staff leads CV football team

It’s hard to believe, but Rick Giampietri can’t remember the last time he had to hire an assistant football coach for his Central Valley staff. “Just about everybody we have …


CV Band Boosters lighten the load

Central Valley High School’s instrumental music department travels often during the school year. For marching bands in particular, travel means moving large instruments – four marimbas, two vibraphones, a xylophone, …


EWU’s Gallaway ready to get back on field

Paige Gallaway’s first soccer season at Eastern Washington University turned out to be a bigger challenge than expected. After a high school career that saw her win four letters for …