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UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 31, 2019

Gonzaga gets chance to find its footing against NAIA Lewis-Clark State College in exhibition matchup

Finally, an actual game. Sort of. The Gonzaga Bulldogs entertain Lewis-Clark State College on Friday in an exhibition matchup that won’t count on the Zags’ record.


Highlights: Providence Argos Men’s Basketball vs. University of Lethbridge

Highlights of the Argos’ big win over Lethbridge.


Argos Dig Their Way To A Clean Field

With another blanket of snow hitting Great Falls, the Argos soccer team relied on some friends to dig them out of the mess.


Argos Opening Up 2019-20 Season

The Argos are looking to capitalize on a strong 2018-19 season, how will they take the next step?


UPDATED: Tue., March 26, 2019

Area roundup: Ernie Yake’s eighth-inning RBI lifts Gonzaga baseball to 5-4 win over Washington

Ernie Yake singled home Brett Harris in the bottom of the eighth inning and Michael Spellacy pitched a perfect ninth as Gonzaga topped Washington 5-4 in a nonconference game on …


UPDATED: Tue., March 19, 2019

Brianna King leads Montana Western women’s basketball to NAIA Division I national championship

King, a North Central grad and former CC Spokane standout, earned tournament MVP honors for the Bulldogs (30-4).


UPDATED: Wed., March 13, 2019

Ex-North Central star Brianna King named NAIA Player of the Year

Montana Western guard Brianna King – a product of North Central and Community Colleges of Spokane – was named the NAIA Player of the Year on Wednesday.


UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 22, 2019

Former North Central standout Brianna King shows off high-scoring skill set at Montana Western

Brianna King stood on a slab of old shingles atop her mother’s Hillyard home, caught a pass, and hurled a shot toward a plastic backboard that flanked Nevada Street.


UPDATED: Tue., May 29, 2018

Cory Voss’ three RBIs lift Lewis-Clark State over Antelope Valley at NAIA World Series

Cory Voss went 3 for 5 with three runs batted in to lead Lewis-Clark State to a 5-3 victory over Antelope Valley (California) in a loser-out game of the NAIA …


Grip on Sports: There is a simple solution to every complex problem, though it’s usually not the right one

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Felix Hernandez is struggling in the first inning. So why are the M’s still starting him? How about using a reliever to start the game …


Matt Baney: Sage advice serves Lewis-Clark State baseball team well

National title No. 19 was three measly outs away for the Lewis-Clark State baseball team.


Study: Early Americas girl ‘Naia’ may have been young mother

More details have emerged about one of the oldest sets of human remains found in the Americas, a young woman nicknamed “Naia” whose nearly complete skeleton was discovered in 2007 …


Locally: Serena Wang, John Rasmussen, Warren Lashua to be honored by Whitworth

Whitworth University has announced the 26th class to be inducted into its Heritage Gallery on Oct. 3. The class includes two national-level swimmers, Serena (Fadel) Wang and John Rasmussen, and …


Rod Jensen joins Cougar women’s basketball staff

Former Boise State men’s basketball coach Rod Jensen has been hired as the top defensive assistant for the Washington State women’s basketball team. Jensen, who worked under former men’s head …


Eastern erratic in rout of NAIA’s Montana Western

What’s not to like about a 32-point win? That depends on whom you spoke with after Eastern Washington’s 41-9 win Saturday night over Montana Western, a victory that was comfortable …


Eastern erratic in rout of Montana Western

What’s not to like about a 32-point win?


Area roundup: Eastern great George Gablehouse dies at 91

Hall of Famer George Gablehouse, a standout basketball player on Eastern Washington teams that advanced to the NAIA tournament in each of his first three seasons in Cheney, passed away …


Grand View, Carroll top poll

Defending NAIA national champion Grand View of Iowa is ranked first in the preseason NAIA football poll, followed by Frontier Conference standout Carroll College. Morningside of Iowa is ranked third, …


Lewis-Clark State defeated by Cumberland in NAIA baseball title game

LEWISTON – Senior left-hander Anthony Gomez threw his second-complete game of the World Series against the Warriors, as No. 10 Cumberland (Tenn.) upended No. 2 Lewis-Clark State 3-0 to win …


Paleoamerican skull shaped like Kennewick Man yields tribe-linked DNA

SEATTLE – After the bruising battle over Kennewick Man died down, Jim Chatters kept a low profile. As the first scientist to study the skeleton unearthed in Eastern Washington almost …


Inland Northwest talent responsible for Vanguard’s success

COSTA MESA, Calif. – For a small college near the Pacific Ocean, traveling to the NAIA tournament in Kansas City, Mo. involved stopping in the Inland Northwest for supplies. Two …


Linfield, Carroll win in football playoffs

Dom Forrest recovered a fumble in the Hampden-Sydney end zone to cap a 28-point scoring run and the Linfield Wildcats (11-0) rallied for a 31-21 home victory over the Tigers …


Carroll dethroned as NAIA champion

ROME, Ga. – Jimmy Coy accounted for 294 yards and two touchdowns, Mark Williams knocked down a fourth-down pass in the end zone with 2 minutes left and St. Xavier …


Carroll loses in NAIA title game

Mark Williams knocked down a fourth-down pass in the end zone with 2 minutes left and St. Xavier won its first NAIA football title with a 24-20 victory over defending …