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UPDATED: Sat., Jan. 13, 2018

Locally: Eastern Washington will honor Alvin Snow with spot in its hall of fame

Eastern Washington’s first NCAA Division I basketball All-American is going to take his rightful place in the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame.


Locally: Washington State’s Morgan Weaver, Ella Dederick attend national soccer camp

Washington State sophomore Morgan Weaver and redshirt junior Ella Dederick are attending the U-23 Women’s National Soccer Team camp in Carson, California, that runs through Thursday.


Locally: Spokane Junior Rifle Club’s Gold team qualifies for nationals

The Spokane Junior Rifle Club will be sending its Gold team to the U.S. Army Junior National Air Rifle Championships Feb. 1-3, 2018, in Fort Benning, Georgia, after the quintet …


Locally: Three men, one team from area selected for Northwest Athletic Conference hall

Three men and one team with area ties have been selected for induction in the 2018 Class of the Northwest Athletic Conference Hall of Fame.


UPDATED: Sat., Dec. 9, 2017

Locally: Larry Weir calls 1,000th game for EWU

Larry Weir will probably tell you he hasn’t seen it all or done it all. But he has broadcast 1,000 Eastern Washington University men’s basketball and football games since the …


Locally: Tyson McGuffin takes title at USA Pickleball National Championships

Tyson McGuffin got on a roll in the USA Pickleball National Championships and rode the momentum to his first major title.


Locally: Community Colleges of Spokane volleyball coach Jenni Hull picks up 400th win

Jenni Hull has reached a milestone at Community Colleges of Spokane.


Locally: Spokane Yankees dominate field in Phoenix

From 0-6 two years ago to World Series champions.


UPDATED: Sat., Nov. 4, 2017

Locally: Montana’s Taryn Miller named Big Sky women’s soccer top defensive player

They refer to Taryn Miller as the anchor.


Locally: Patriot League selects Madison Hovren as preseason player of year

Madison Hovren, a junior at Army West Point from Central Valley who averaged a double-double last season to lead the Patriot League in scoring (18.7) and rebounding (10.2), has been …


Locally: Medals pile up for Coeur d’Alene’s KTigers Taekwondo

Seventeen members of KTigers Taekwondo from Coeur d’Alene brought home 14 gold medals, 11 silvers and 15 bronze for top-three finishes at the Washington State Governor’s Cup last weekend in …


Locally: Colton’s Josh Straughan signs with Winnipeg of Canadian Football League

Josh Straughan, who went from tiny Colton High School to have a standout college career, has signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League.


UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 7, 2017

Locally: Cheney’s Rose Ruotsalainen wins titles at dressage championship

Rose Ruotsalainen of Cheney had a gold-plated weekend at the 2017 Western Dressage World Championship Show Sept. 28-Oct. 1 in Guthrie, Oklahoma.


Locally: Victoria Fallgren qualifies for U.S. Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship

Victoria Fallgren is on a roll.


Locally: Lewis and Clark High graduate Michaela Kay transfers to title-winning Oklahoma City University

Michaela Kay, a basketball standout at Lewis and Clark who set a Portland State school record in her first collegiate game, is leaving the Vikings and transferring to the reigning …


Locally: Eastern Washington Athletics Hall of Fame will honor Tiera Como-Irby

Another first for Tiera Como-Irby.


Locally: Former Ferris standout Eric Ansett piles up honors at Lipscomb

Eric Ansett is the ASUN Conference Men’s Golf Scholar-Athlete of the Year … and a two-time first-team all-academic selection … and a first-team all-conference golfer.


UPDATED: Sat., April 8, 2017

Locally: Gonzaga basketball players earn recognition on court, in classroom

In the classroom as on the court, three Gonzaga University basketball players continue to be recognized.


Locally: Coeur d’Alene’s Caelyn Orlandi, Brittany Tackett help Lewis-Clark State basketball to second place

Caelyn Orlandi and Brittany Tackett, former Coeur d’Alene High School teammates who led Lewis-Clark State College to a second-place finish in the NAIA Division I Women’s National Basketball Championships, are …



UPDATED: Sat., March 11, 2017

Riley Lupfer, Madison Hovren, Caelyn Orlandi shine in college basketball

Three women who were high school basketball standouts in the area made headlines with their college teams last week.


Warren Friedrichs retiring as a Whitworth coach for second time

Warren Friedrichs – basketball coach, golf coach, interim athletic director – is retiring for a second time as a head coach at Whitworth University. Friedrichs, who first arrived on the …



Locally: Bowler Eddie Williams matches his state record with 898 three-game series

Eddie Williams has a “streak” going. It just took 10 years to materialize.



Locally: Four area cross country coaches honored by state association

Four coaches with area ties were honored Friday when the Washington State Cross Country Coaches Association gathered in Tacoma.


Locally: Mead graduate Jonni Dorr named to NAIA All-American third team

Jonni Dorr, a Carroll College senior from Mead, leads a list of three players with area ties named to 2016 Tachikara-NAIA Volleyball All-America teams.


Locally: Former Central Valley star Madison Hovren tops Patriot League

It may have taken Madison Hovren a season to crack the starting lineup with the U.S. Military Academy’s women’s basketball team, but now that she’s there, the former Central Valley …


Locally: Justin Spurlock, Alex Hollenbeck win Junior Bowlers Tour doubles

Justin Spurlock and Alex Hollenbeck got hot at the right time and rode it to the championship of the Junior Bowlers Tour doubles tournament last Sunday at Lilac Lanes.


Locally: KTigers collect 62 medals at Taekwondo tournament

Led by the showing of Brayden Cannon, Juliana LaVe’ and Julia Tickemyer, 21 members of KTigers Taekwondo of Coeur d’Alene brought home 62 medals for top-three finishes at the Washington …