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GSL Boys basketball: Central Valley, Lewis and Clark remain tied at the top

Four turnovers and 10 3-pointers allowed the Central Valley boys basketball team to remain tied atop the Greater Spokane League standings. The efficient Bears were too much for the visiting …


Boys basketball: Eagles, Rams, Cardinals all tied for first in NEA

Cameron Gay scored 24 points and Lakeside used a hot start to get past Riverside 66-50 in a Northeast A League game Friday night at Riverside. The Eagles (14-3, 9-2) …


Girls basketball: Colfax tops LRS, ups winning streak to 10

Amara Huber scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as Colfax extended its winning streak to 10 games with a 50-43 Northeast 2B League win over Lind-Ritzville/Sprague on Friday night …


Area roundup: Mead, U-Hi advance to 4A gymnastics regional

Jenna Schlosser made sure she and her Mead teammates had a repeat shot to make the State 4A gymnastics championships. Schlosser won the uneven bars, vault and floor exercise, claiming …


Lee: Dale Poffenroth piles up wins without counting

Let’s address a rumor about Dale Poffenroth right away. Some have whispered this winter that the only reason the Coeur d’Alene girls basketball coach came back for an 11th season …


North Central defeats Shadle Park in GSL wrestling

The Stinky Singlet at North Central on wrestling rivalry night in the Greater Spokane League had all the trappings of postseason competition. Some 14 state-ranked wrestlers took to the mat …


Prep roundup: Mt. Spokane captures first GSL gymnastics title

Jade Anderson won the all-around title Wednesday as Mt. Spokane capped its first Greater Spokane League gymnastics title with a team win at the Mead Gymnastics Center. Anderson placed first …


Bill Pierce’s prep almanac

The 1923-24 basketball season had been a good one for the North Central Indians and their coach, J. Wesley Taylor. Although they lost the city series to the Lewis and …


Mead’s Sue Winger blends athletics, academics

Nothing demonstrates how selfless Mead basketball standout Sue Winger is than Senior Night. Winger, who had started every game since the second one her freshman year, knew Panthers coach Quantae …


Prep wrestling: Mt. Spokane bars Mead from tie for GSL title

Gentry Shumaker pinned State 4A participant Hunter King at 132 pounds Wednesday as Mt. Spokane prevented Mead from taking a share of the Greater Spokane League wrestling title with a …


University claims GSL wrestling championship

Talk about seizing the moment. With 15 seconds left in a losing match, University 220-pounder Clayton Fincher turned momentum on its ear Wednesday night, pinning Central Valley’s Matt Naccarato and …


Boys basketball: Streaking Colfax ends Liberty’s long run

Kasey Johnson scored 12 of his game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter and Colfax stretched its winning streak to 13 games with a 53-49 come-from-behind win over Liberty in …


CdA’s Dale Poffenroth hits 600 victories

Dale Poffenroth came into the season needing 10 victories to reach 600 in his coaching career. At times this year, reaching 600 didn’t seem likely, but the Coeur d’Alene girls …


Girls basketball: East Valley remains perfect in GNL action

Hannah Burland led three players in double figures with 12 points and added six rebounds and four steals as East Valley rallied after halftime and kept its perfect Great Northern …


GSL girls basketball: CV defeats LC, grabs second place

Megan Dimmler got a steal and was fouled with 4.6 seconds left with the key Central Valley-Lewis and Clark girls basketball game still undecided. Dimmler made both ends of an …


GSL boys basketball: LC beats CV for share of league lead

It’s seemingly unhealthy to be in sole possession of first place in Greater Spokane League boys basketball. Just ask Central Valley.


Girls basketball: Hailee Bennett lifts Wolfpack to win over T-Wolves

Hailee Bennett’s free throw with 10 seconds left gave Glacier a 45-44 come-from-behind nonleague win over Lake City Saturday in Kalispell. The Timberwolves had the ball and a two-point lead …


Boys basketball: Greyhound duo too much for Eagles

Jake Cillay scored 21 points and Micah Lagerquist added 20 as Pullman held off West Valley’s spirited second-half rally and claimed a 62-59 Great Northern League win Saturday at West …


Second-half rally sparks Saxons

After one half, the Ferris Saxons girls basketball team had all it could handle from the visiting Shadle Park Highlanders. The Saxons gathered themselves the final two quarters to pull …


Trojans make adjustments, top T-Wolves

After playing one of its poorest opening halves of the season, the Post Falls boys basketball team made two simple adjustments. The Trojans wanted more spacing to allow their guards …


Central Valley edges University in a nail biter

Once Eli Emerson exorcised the doubt from between his ears, he enjoyed sweet redemption. After missing two free throws in an overtime loss earlier in the week, Emerson made both …


Prep roundup: Mead forges 3-way tied for first in GSL wrestling

The Mead wrestling team knew it needed a win to keep pace in the Greater Spokane League standings. The Panthers used two six-match streaks to defeat Shadle Park 59-7 Thursday …


Rebounding edge leads LC’s boys past Ferris in Rubber Chicken

Isaiah Hernandez finished with 14 points and five steals, and Dominick Oliveri had 14 rebounds to lead a 46-26 advantage as Lewis and Clark (11-4, 9-4 Greater Spokane League) defeated …


GSL wrestling: CV pulls out big win with gamble

Even before the wrestling match between Central Valley and North Central began, CV coach John Owen fretted that he’d need to gamble. He figured host NC was favored in eight …


CV’s Michael Hannan took his shot when it came

Call him a late bloomer. Say he’s making up for lost time. More than anything, though, Central Valley basketball player Michael Hannan is making the most of his opportunity – …


GSL girls should see tighter games in second half

The entertaining showdown last week between the Gonzaga Prep and Central Valley girls basketball teams is a classic example why Greater Spokane League teams fare well at state. Most years …


Area girls: Lakeside rolls to 12th consecutive win

Stefanie Marikis led a balanced attack on offense with 11 points and Lakeside extended its winning streak to 12 games with a 61-43 win over host Chewelah in a Northeast …


Rogers’ Hampton makes Bears pay

Melik Hampton didn’t know it was coming, but it didn’t surprise him either. His Rogers basketball team had the ball coming out of a Central Valley timeout with the score …


GSL girls: Top-ranked Bullpups hold back Mead

The Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team was cruising along through three quarters before the Bullpups discovered an 18-point lead had been whittled to four. The No. 1-ranked Bullpups finished strongly, …


Area boys: Liberty runs winning streak to 10

Match Burnham scored 12 of his game-high 36 points in the third quarter and Liberty pulled away after halftime and beat host Northwest Christian 65-52 in a Northeast 2B League …