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Whitworth Pirates blow past Whittier in home opener

After a 49-10 dispatching of Whittier College on Saturday at the Pine Bowl, the Pirates’ defense is proving to be just as menacing as its offense.


Whitworth returns plenty of firepower

The Whitworth Pirates pillaged every opponent they faced last year, save one monster that continues to bully the program, as it embraces the expectation of becoming the dominant Division III …


UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 22, 2015, 10:19 p.m.

Whitworth at Linfield: Historic power versus upstart

When Rod Sandberg was hired in 2014 to take over the Whitworth football program, he aspired to match the successes of Linfield.


Whitworth improves to 6-0 after stomping Pacific Lutheran

The Whitworth Pirates improved to 6-0 on Saturday, rolling to a 32-7 win over Pacific Lutheran at the Pine Bowl.


Banged up Whitworth looks to take next step

The Whitworth Pirates took their pass-happy offense on the road last week and stubbed their toes with seven dropped passes, nine penalties and several missed tackles but found a way …


Pirates use spring practices for ‘family’ activities

New Whitworth football coach Rod Sandberg barks out instructions as his linebackers and defensive ends run through a series of padded dummies and deliver sweeping haymakers before they run and …


G-Prep pulls away twice to take play-in victory

If it seemed that the Gonzaga Prep football team had to win twice Friday, well your eyes weren’t playing tricks on you. After scoring on their first play of the …


Gonzaga Prep continues its running ways

The terminology has changed over the past three decades but certainly not the principle. If there’s one thing the Gonzaga Prep football teams in the modern era are known for …


G-Prep topped Mead by avoiding turnovers

The difference in the Greater Spokane League football showdown last Thursday between Gonzaga Prep and Mead was simple to identify. One team played well (Gonzaga Prep, 5-0) and one team …