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Prep Roundup: Mt. Spokane sweeps Gonzaga Prep, Rogers in cross country

Mt. Spokane had a pack of four runners finish within a second of each other, helping the Wildcats boys defeat Gonzaga Prep 17-41 and Rogers 15-50 in Greater Spokane League …


Powering through

The clock was under 5 minutes and the University football team was on the brink of sealing a victory over Post Falls. That’s when Titans coach Rob Bartlett yelled out …


Prep roundup: Gonzaga Prep volleyball outlasts Mead

Tess Beschel finished with 46 assists Tuesday as Gonzaga Prep outlasted Mead 25-22, 18-25, 27-25, 17-25, 15-9 in Greater Spokane League volleyball at Mead. The Bullpups improved to 4-1 in …


Idaho soccer: Timberwolves crush Trojans for title

Lake City boys soccer coach Chad Beadell said he didn’t sleep well Monday night. The Timberwolves obviously didn’t pick up on their coach’s nervousness as Lake City scored early and …


Coeur d’Alene, Lake City top NWPrepsNow.com power rankings

The NWPrepsNow Power Rankings continue to have a similar feel, but the order was shaken up after results from last Friday. Colville caused Freeman to fall out of the top …


Greg Lee: Parity prevails as GSL hits homestretch

Greater Spokane League football coaches predicted as much before the season began. They warned that the league would be chock full of parity and not one team would breeze through …


Jalen Hicks runs for 360 yards, five TDs as Ferris tops Shadle

Jalen Hicks ran for a school-record 360 yards and five touchdowns in leading Ferris over Shadle Park 43-34 on Friday night in a nonleague football game at Joe Albi Stadium. …


Mt. Spokane tops Mead 17-14 to win Battle of the Bell

The Mt. Spokane football team has leaned heavily on its defense, and the sixth week was no different. The Wildcats slowed down the Mead Panthers long enough to walk away …


CV not undone by NC change

The Central Valley Bears were expecting one type of offense from the North Central Indians but got another Friday night. NC came out passing much of the first half with …


Lake City cruises to victory over Post Falls

For Lake City, another week of big plays on offense and a bend-but-don’t-break defense. For Post Falls, another week of costly turnovers and missed opportunities.


Alex Douglas aces in University’s GSL volleyball win

Gonzaga Prep and University were dead-even Thursday night when Alex Douglas went to work. The 6-foot senior setter with a devastating left-handed serve had four of her match-high nine aces …


Lewis and Clark beats Rogers 52-19

Taylor Duncan is getting healthy. That’s good news for the Lewis and Clark Tigers. That’s bad news for the rest of the Greater Spokane League.


Lee: Northeast A football heats up

It’s human nature to look ahead. It doesn’t matter if you’re a teenager new to the neighborhood or a senior citizen who has been around the block.


CV girls soccer continues upward trend with win over LC

Finally, the Central Valley girls soccer players can relax – a little. Battling through an opening-day loss, some key injuries and a challenging schedule, the Bears finally got to exhale …


Lake City seniors Little, Finney on course for success

Kyler Little and Jake Finney were tennis players in middle school. That was just a passing fancy, though.


G-Prep’s Laura Stockton gives oral commitment to play basketball at Gonzaga

The Stockton name will continue to have a tangible affiliation with Gonzaga University. Gonzaga Prep standout Laura Stockton will be the first female Stockton to play basketball for the Bulldogs. …


Phelan, Knights rise to occasion

East Valley volleyball coach Darin Wold had a short leash on Jordan Phelan on Tuesday. But Phelan wouldn’t let anything hold her back in a crucial Great Northern League match …


Auburn Riverside captures Sheridan Classic crown

Since starting Auburn Riverside’s volleyball program 20 years ago, coach Chris Leverenz has made it a point to schedule the Linda Sheridan Volleyball Classic. Her Ravens made the trip more …


After rough start, Central Valley sits atop GSL 4A

Look who’s at the top of the 4A Greater Spokane League football standings. Central Valley opened the season by getting drubbed in back-to-back weeks by Coeur d’Alene (50-14) and Lake …


Prep roundup: Coeur d’Alene girls, boys win Can-Am cross country

The Coeur d’Alene girls and boys cross country teams won titles Saturday at the Can-Am Invitational in Kettle Falls. West Valley, however, had the top male and female finishers. The …


Lake City gets off to fast start, speeds to win over Sandpoint

Eight offensive plays, three touchdowns and 225 total yards. Two 50-yard touchdown passes. A 78-yard touchdown on a bubble screen. And that was just Lake City’s offense in the first …


ISCA will honor Hamill at Oct. 10 Lake City game

Former Coeur d’Alene and Lake City High School assistant football coach Henry Hamill will be presented with the Idaho State Coaches Association’s Lifetime Achievement award at halftime of the Oct. …


Trio works wonders for U-Hi boys cross country

Enough of this Three Musketeers “all for one, one for all” stuff. “We hang in for the first 2 miles and in the last mile it’s every man for himself,” …


Greg Lee: Idaho’s correct to stay away from shot clock

In many things – whether it’s prep sports or various avenues in life – I’ve often thought that Idaho was behind the times. I’m convinced that the Gem State has …


Colville’s Vining mixes hunting, football

COLVILLE – The scruffy beard adorning Colville’s Colton Vining makes him look like a teenage version of the 1970s TV character Grizzly Adams. But watching the 5-foot-7, 175-pound senior stiff-arm …


Freeman powers to top spot

The Freeman Scotties have ascended to the top of the NWPrepsNow football Power Rankings. Freeman (4-0) replaces Coeur d’Alene (3-1), which fell 13-10 to Highland of Pocatello on Friday, atop …


Greg Lee: A September to forget for most GSL football teams

As a whole, the month of September wasn’t good for Greater Spokane League football teams. Sure, some teams had a good start. Most didn’t, though.


Viks come up just short

Highland football coach Gino Mariani was chatting with a reporter before Friday night’s game against Coeur d’Alene and offered a closing thought: “Let’s see who wins by three points this …


Gonzaga Prep rallies, then holds off Mt. Spokane

The Gonzaga Prep football team could be a case study in the glass-is-half-empty, glass-is-half-full debate. Half empty says the Bullpups have managed to find ways to win without four quarters …


Greg Lee: Incorrect prediction from 1995 really stunk

Random thoughts while driving my 22-year-old son across the country. • I hadn’t been in Sandpoint for more than three years in late August and the topic came up. The …