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Spokane Man Wins World Handball Title

Jim Slavin Sr. of Spokane is “walking a little taller” after returning from Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a second consecutive Waterford Crystal World Handball Championship. Slavin, who turns 74 next month, …


Ferris Senior Qualifies For Dressage Honor

Katey Randall of Spokane, who will be a senior at Ferris High School this fall, has qualified to become a member of the United States Dressage Federation Region 6 Advanced …


Roberts Gets National Wrestling Award

1. Roberts 2. Gaskins


Area Tennis Players Have Strong Showing

Five players or doubles teams from the Spokane area and North Idaho claimed titles in the Inland Empire Junior Tennis Championships last weekend at Spokane Racquet Club. Another seven won …


Gambill Gets First Pro Singles Tennis Victory

Gambill


Braves Send Several Players To Higher Ranks

Lochten


Fairchild Native Now Hall-Of-Famer

Tony Kull is a Hall-of-Famer.


Deer Park Welcomes Two New Coaches

1. McGill 2. Thompson


Lane, Meddock Land Ccs Monthly Honors

1. Lane 2. Meddock


WSU President To Head Ncaa Executive Committee

Smith


Whitworth Soccer Player Earns Semi-Pro Honors

Tissue


Cv’s Rydell Retiring; Lc’s Bredy Takes New Job

Rydell


Two Cougs Recognized For Academic Skills Washington

Schultz


Shelton, Johnson Get May Awards From Ccs

1. Johnson 2. Shelton


Stone Is Wrestling’s Man Of The Year In State

Stone


Eastern Hires Martin As Women’s Soccer Coach

Martin


Whitworth Sends Seven To Tennis Nationals

Seven players will accompany coach Jo Wagstaff when the Whitworth College women’s tennis team makes the school’s first appearance in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Tennis Tournament May …


Ccs Sophomore Athletes Lawler, Barker Honored

1. Lawler 2. Barker


Ex-Gonzaga Coach Gets National Role

Madden


Whitworth Hoops Trio Among Nation’s Best

Whitworth’s Ben Heimerman led the nation in shooting percentage for NAIA Division II. File/The Spokesman-Review


Gala Celebration Planned In Honor Of Gu’s Fitzgerald

Dan Fitzgerald, ever vocal on the sidelines, will be honored by Gonzaga University boosters. File/The Spokesman-Review


U-High Grad Wins Gymnastics Title

Bartlett


Former Mead Player Schmidt Academic Soccer All-District

Schmidt


Spokane Skiers Smith, Patten Dominate Regional Competition

Smith


Highlander Boys Bowlers Win State Title; Shadle Girls Second

SP’s Beth Trudeau and Cory Hultquist are All-State bowlers. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Bauer Wins 5k Title At U.S. Masters

Bauer


Longtime Ccs Coach To Quit At Year’s End

Jerry Skaife plans to retire. File/The Spokesman-Review


WSU’s Lopatynski Advances To Jbt Rolloff

Perseverance paid dividends for Justin Lopatynski in the Junior Bowlers Tour stop at Silver Lanes last weekend. Lopatynski, a student at Washington State, was the only one of the early …


S-R’S Jim Meehan Named Idaho Sportswriter Of The Year

Meehan


Phillabaum Right On The Mark At Indoor Pistol Championships

Steve Phillabaum of Deer Park swept the titles at the Washington State Indoor Pistol Championships last month at the Spokane Rifle Club. Phillabaum won conventional pistol, standard pistol and air …