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NWAACC rebrands with new name, logo

The Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges has a new name, and a new acronym. The pronunciation of that acronym, however, will stay the same. The Pacific Northwest’s league 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 …


Holmberg finishes runner-up for two WHL awards

Former Spokane Chiefs star Mitch Holmberg finished runner-up in two categories Wednesday as the Western Hockey League presented honors during its annual awards luncheon in Calgary, Alberta. Sam Reinhart of …


Sasquatch earn split with CBC

Blake Andres pitched six strong innings and Daniel Rowton hit his sixth home run Wednesday as Community Colleges of Spokane (16-14, 8-10 NWAACC) defeated Columbia Basin 6-3 to achieve a …


Gonzaga’s Kim wins WCC women’s golf

Gonzaga junior Alice Kim fired a final-round, 4-over-par 76 on Wednesday to win medalist honors at the West Coast Conference Championships at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton. Kim survived …


Locally: CC Spokane to induct 10 former basketball players into Hall of Fame

Ten men who played basketball at Community Colleges of Spokane from 1980-93, six of them from Spokane County schools and one from Coeur d’Alene, will be inducted into the basketball …


Blanchette: Price and time right for NIC

How’s this for timing? Come Friday, North Idaho College will make a run at a 15th national wrestling title, as host of the NJCAA championships at the Spokane Convention Center.


Men’s basketball roundup: Whitworth records 7th consecutive win

Taylor Farnsworth had 18 points and 13 rebounds and the 21st-ranked Whitworth men’s basketball team extended its winning streak to seven games with a 70-58 Northwest Conference win Saturday night …


Women’s basketball roundup: EWU stops Montana with balanced scoring

All five starters scored in double figures and the Eastern Washington women’s basketball team led from start to finish and beat Montana 71-61 in a Big Sky Conference game Saturday …


WSU women give No. 3 Stanford a scare

Washington State has taken the floor 56 times against Stanford in women’s basketball, and 56 times the Cougars have lost. But No. 3 Stanford’s 77-69 victory Friday night in Pullman …


Eastern women hold off Northern Colorado

Melissa Williams’ jump shot with 1 minute, 57 seconds left snapped a 50-all tie and Eastern Washington outscored Northern Colorado 9-3 in the final 7 minutes Saturday for a 52-51 …


Area men’s basketball: Whitworth puts pasting on Pacific

The Whitworth Pirates pillaged their way to their second dominating win in two nights Saturday with an 83-58 pasting of Pacific (Ore.). Both teams came out of chutes swinging haymakers, …


CC Spokane men score 5 late points for win

Kwinn Hanson scored 30 points, Chase Haack added 26 and TJ Bracey hit two free throws with less than 1 second left Wednesday to give CC Spokane (14-7, 4-3 NWAACC) …


Area women’s basketball: Barr’s big day guides first-place Vandals

Stacey Barr led five players in double figures with 23 points Saturday as Idaho continued to lead the way in the Western Athletic Conference with a 96-69 win over Cal …


Whitworth cruises to win over Linfield

Colton McCargar scored a game-high 19 points Saturday and Whitworth used a 37-20 advantage in bench scoring to storm past Linfield 83-59 in Northwest Conference play at McMinnville, Ore. McCargar …


College hoops: Holsinger powers CCS women in NWAACC opener

Riley Holsinger’s game-high 33 points, eight assists and six steals Wednesday lifted Community Colleges of Spokane past Wenatchee Valley 79-61 to open NWAACC women’s basketball play at Spokane Falls CC. …


Sasquatch star Wynne has come long distance

Back in high school, recalls Preston Wynne, “The drive-and-fadeaway was my bread and butter.” But if basketball is a metaphor for life, he soon forgot where his bread was buttered.


Sasquatch star Wynne has come long distance

Back in high school, recalls Preston Wynne, “The drive-and-fadeaway was my bread and butter.” But if basketball is a metaphor for life, he soon forgot where his bread was buttered. …


Clowe captures hammer for CCS

There was a time when Tyree Clowe regarded school as the old ball and chain – if he regarded it at all. Now it’s the ball and chain spinning him …