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John Blanchette: Whitworth Pirates blend spare parts into smooth machine

Reason No. 672 to love Division III athletics: no recruiting gurus and star ratings. Keegan Shea has a decent chance of making it to the medal podium for the Whitworth …


Idaho multievent athletes open strongly at WACs

Sophomore Drew Thompson stands in third place in the decathlon and senior Cait Rowland is in fourth place in the heptathlon to lead Idaho’s efforts after the first day of …


North Idaho softball wins opener at Region 18 tourney

Hayden Fields drove in five runs with a fourth-inning double and a sixth-inning homer Wednesday as North Idaho College opened the Region 18 softball tournament in Twin Falls, Idaho, with …


Cougars defeat USC to open Pac-12 baseball series

Nick Tanielu’s run-scoring double in the seventh snapped a 2-all tie and P.J. Jones followed with a two-run single as Washington State (19-22, 9-10) opened a three-game Pac-12 baseball home …


Sopko’s shutout caps Gonzaga’s sweep

Sophomore Andrew Sopko registered the first complete game and shutout of his career Saturday while leading Gonzaga to a 3-0 win over Portland in West Coast Conference baseball at Patterson …


Area roundup: Former Chiefs player Mitch Holmberg finalist for big WHL award

Mitch Holmberg, who just capped his Spokane Chiefs career with a franchise-record 147 career goals, is one of two finalists for Western Hockey League Player of the Year, the league …


Area roundup: Gonzaga women sign Canadian guard Kacie Bosch

Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier announced Thursday the signing of the first of what she hopes to be three more recruits for the upcoming year. Gonzaga signed Kacie Bosch, …


Area roundup: Gonzaga edges Santa Clara in 10 innings

Pinch hitter Nick Brooks drove in the winning run with a no-out, bases-loaded infield single in the bottom of the 10th inning Saturday as Gonzaga edged Santa Clara 2-1 in …


Cougars top Cal for fifth straight win

Tanner Chleborad pitched effectively into the eighth inning Saturday and Washington State stymied California for the second straight day, beating the Golden Bears 3-1 in the second game of a …


Roberts, Roche break records

Washington State’s Ruby Roberts and Gonzaga’s Nick Roche broke school records Friday at the Stanford Invitational in Stanford, Calif. Roberts finished 10th in the 5,000 meters in 16 minutes, 9.02 …


GU’s Kim claims title; Bulldogs fourth

Gonzaga junior Alice Kim shot a final-round 70 Saturday and claimed the individual title at the Mountain View Collegiate Invitational at MountainView Golf Club in Tucson, Ariz. Kim’s total of …


Johnson’s HR helps Bucs split

Julia Johnson’s sixth home run of the season, a three-run shot, capped a five-run fifth inning as Whitworth beat Eastern Oregon 5-2 on Wednesday for a split of their nonconference …


Jones’ 2-run single lifts WSU over Arizona

P.J. Jones hit a two-run single in the top of the ninth inning and Washington State rallied past Arizona 6-5 in a Pac-12 Conference game Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz. …


Cougars win 10 events, UI 7 at Idaho Indoor

Washington State had 10 victories and host Idaho seven at the Vandal Indoor Meet Friday night in Moscow, Idaho. WSU pole vaulter Kristine Felix, the 2013 Pac-12 champion, soared 13 …


Washington State wins 8 events at Jacksons Invite

Washington State track and field competitors won eight events Saturday at the Jacksons Invite in Nampa, Idaho. Jacob Sealby won the men’s 400-meter dash in a personal-best time of 471.9 …


Whitworth men fight back to defeat Whitman

Colton McCargar scored 23 points and Dustin McConnell added 20, including a 3-pointer with 7 minutes and 23 seconds left to snap a 67-all tie, as Whitworth (12-4, 6-1 Northwest …


Central Valley places third at big meet

Bryson Beard (120 pounds), Blake Beard (138) and Colton Orrino (145) won titles Saturday to lead Central Valley’s wrestling team to third place at the 32-team Jug Beck Rocky Mountain …


Idaho’s Klas places sixth in pole vault at NCAAs

EUGENE – Idaho senior Jeremy Klas placed sixth in the men’s pole vault Wednesday as the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships began at Hayward Field. Klas, of …


EWU’s Monterola has to leave NCAA track

DES MOINES, Iowa – Because of a family emergency, Eastern Washington University All-America pole vaulter Keisa Monterola was forced to withdraw from the NCAA Division I Outdoor Championships. Monterola was …


EWU’s Monterola, WSU’s Fermin advance to nationals

Eastern Washington pole vaulter Keisa Monterola and Washington State sprinter Shawna Fermin advanced to the NCAA Track and Field Championships with their performances on Friday at the West Preliminary meet …


Eastern’s Monterola chases Olympic dream

For Keisa Monterola, the distance from Cheney to London is 3 centimeters, or barely an inch.


Blanchette: WSU’s Bartlett has all the right tools

Poll 100 guys, and 99 will tell you their favorite tool – non-power division – is the hammer. Unless they’re lying.


Gonzaga completes sweep of Washington

Gonzaga scored five runs in the seventh inning to beat Washington 8-5 on Tuesday in Seattle to complete a two-game nonconference baseball sweep. Freshman Zach Abbruzza (1-2) earned his first …


Idaho men battle through at War V

The University of Idaho men led area teams at the War V track and field meet Saturday at Spokane Falls Community College. The Vandals had four individual champions and finished …


San Diego evens WCC baseball series with Gonzaga

Andrew Daniel and Louie Lechich had run-scoring singles in the second inning Friday as the 19th-ranked San Diego Toreros (24-8, 6-2) defeated visiting Gonzaga 5-2 in a West Coast Conference …


Several area players in Eastern Washington picked all-state

High school basketball players from eastern Washington were well-represented on the Associated Press all-state teams, which were released Thursday. University junior Brett Bailey made the boys 3A first team.


Walla Walla sweeps CC Spokane in baseball

Walla Walla Community College swept Community Colleges of Spokane in a baseball doubleheader Wednesday, winning 3-1 and 7-1 at Spokane Falls. The Sasquatch were outhit 20-7 on the day. Anthony …


Gonzaga increases baseball record to 9-0

Tyler Olson pitched a complete game, surrendering just one run on three hits, as Gonzaga (9-0) continued its perfect baseball season with a 4-1 win over the University of Texas-San …


WSU women place 11th in Arizona

Freshman Kristen Rue shot a 2-over-par 74 for Washington State’s lowest round score in the final round of the Wildcat Invitational in Oro Valley, Ariz., on Tuesday. The Cougars finished …


Area roundup: WSU’s Scott-Ellis wins twice at Idaho indoor

Washington State junior Stephan Scott-Ellis won two track and field events Saturday at the University of Idaho Indoor Open at the Kibbie-ASUI Activity Center in Moscow, Idaho. Scott-Ellis won the …