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Finding purpose amid turmoil

Watch Gonzaga Prep senior Sam Dowd walk on a basketball court, football field or in a classroom and it’s obvious he’s a leader. His infectious smile and glowing personality attract …


Roundup: Schlosser carries Mead to GSL, district gym titles

Jenna Schlosser won the all-around title and her Mead Panthers wrapped up an undefeated Greater Spokane League season Wednesday during a four-way event at Mead Gymnastics Center that served as …


Kelsey back from skull fracture

Lakeland junior Kaidan Kelsey needed 7 1/2 months to recover from a skull fracture. Her return this winter has been refreshing to her and the Lakeland basketball team.


GSL girls: Bullpups cruise past Panthers

Don’t look now but it appears the Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team is poised to move into overdrive with the postseason in sight. The Greater Spokane League-leading Bullpups played their …


Boys roundup: Riverside beats Lakeside in OT to tie for first

Tyler Axtell and Dalton Rausch led Riverside to yet another significant win on Tuesday night. Axtell scored a game-high 27 points, including a 3-pointer at the fourth-quarter buzzer to send …


GSL boys: Bullpups turn tables on Mead

Gonzaga Prep had a point to prove and the Bullpups made it emphatically. Still smarting from a disappointing loss to Mead in the first matchup, the Bullpups rolled to a …


Girls roundup: Colfax slips by Liberty

Amara Huber scored 10 points and Scout Cai added eight as Colfax kept pace with Lind-Ritzville/Sprague for second place in the Northeast 2B League with a 36-34 win over Liberty …


Ferris starts hot, holds off Mead

The Ferris boys basketball team had to do all it could to hold off the Mead Panthers. This after the Saxons enjoyed a 19-point lead four times in the first …


Knight lifts NWC over Colfax with winning shot

Northwest Christian’s lone senior, forward Chanel Knight, made a layup with 3.2 seconds left to give the host Crusaders a 33-32 victory and the outright Northeast 2B girls basketball championship …


GSL girls: Lewis and Clark surges past University

The Lewis and Clark and University girls basketball teams played a grind-it-out game Friday. LC rallied from a 22-19 halftime deficit to knock off the visiting Titans 48-43 in Greater …


Mead holds off Mt. Spokane in four-way meet

The official Greater Spokane League title must wait a few days, but Mead’s gymnastics team passed its greatest test on Thursday night. The Panthers used their dominance on the uneven …


Basketball roundup: Sandpoint cruises to victory

Maryah Delgado scored 10 points, Nikole Alamillo added nine and Hailey Olin eight as the Sandpoint Bulldogs (11-6, 3-0) cruised to a 41-31 victory over the visiting Lakeland Hawks on …


GSL wrestling: Undefeated University beats CV to win league championship

Chris Jordan’s near-operatic rendition of the National Anthem brought appreciative cheers from the crowd anticipating the Battle of the Bone. But the sweetest sound was the roar following the Titan …


Inspired by setbacks

Izaec Quintanilla had the option of dropping a weight class at the challenging Rumble tournament near Salt Lake City last weekend. By doing so, the North Central junior would have …


Roundup: Bobrantz leads Shadle gymnasts

Kate Bobrantz’s wins in beam and floor exercise and a second in the all-around led Shadle Park to victory in a five-way Greater Spokane League gymnastics meet at Lewis and …


Battle for Bone to be a battle

It’s tough to know which Owen coach to believe. Central Valley and University square off tonight in their annual Battle for the Bone wrestling grudge match that could decide the …


T-O to end marriage; Rosalia in the picture

A 31-year marriage will break up at the end of the school year. Tekoa and Oakesdale combined to field sports teams in 1984, but they’re divorcing after a highly successful …


Idaho offers CdA’s Amos a grayshirt QB deal

When Coeur d’Alene standout senior quarterback Gunnar Amos took his official football recruiting trip to Idaho last weekend, he was sure Vandals coach Paul Petrino would try to convince him …


Late free throws lift Spartans over Freeman

Katlyn Summers sank a pair of free throws with less than 10 seconds remaining and Priest River edged Freeman 40-39 in a nonleague game Tuesday night at Freeman. The Scotties’ …


G-Prep boys knock off Central Valley

Gonzaga Prep boys basketball coach Matty McIntyre wasn’t in the locker room for long at Central Valley Tuesday when he cautioned his team. McIntyre reminded his players there’s a lot …


Riverside holds back Medical Lake rally

Dalton Rausch scored 19 points and Riverside held off Medical Lake’s late rally and beat the Cardinals 54-50 in a Northeast A League game Tuesday night at Riverside. The Cardinals …


Bullpups girls remain unbeaten in GSL

The girls of Gonzaga Prep showed why they belong atop the Greater Spokane League basketball standings. In an entertaining nightcap Tuesday against the league’s second-place team, the Bullpups (11-0, 12-1) …


Girls roundup: Wilbur-Creston matches best start in program history

Kaelee Reed had 15 rebounds and 14 points Saturday as Wilbur-Creston (15-0, 4-0) matched the best start in program history by beating Odessa-Harrington 71-45 in Northeast 1B South play at …


Boys roundup: Selkirk holds off Curlew in double overtime

Brandyn Ross made 1 of 2 free throws to snap a 62-all tie and Curlew couldn’t get off a final shot Saturday as host Selkirk defeated the Cougars 63-62 in …


Freeman stays unbeaten in NEA play

Katie Vold scored 20 points and Freeman used a big third-quarter run to beat Riverside 43-36 in a Northeast A League game Friday night in Riverside. The Scotties scored the …


CdA girls roll past Lake City

The Coeur d’Alene girls basketball team is playing its best, and it started this week. Coeur d’Alene used its usual balanced scoring to pull away from visiting Lake City 59-29 …


Timberwolves hold off CdA in boys basketball

The Lake City Timberwolves didn’t have much wiggle room. After falling to crosstown rival Coeur d’Alene in a 5A Inland Empire League boys basketball opener 10 days ago, Lake City …


GSL boys: Hassett shoots Rogers past University

KJ Hassett made a 3-pointer as time expired to lift the visiting Rogers Pirates past the University Titans 62-60 in Greater Spokane League play Friday. Hassett took the winning shot …


Recruiting expert speaks to local athletes about finding the right school

College recruiting expert Jack Renkens has a message for would-be college sports stars and their parents: Expand your horizons. “Somebody has to go out there and tell the truth,” said …


Recruiting expert speaks to local athletes about finding the right school

College recruiting expert Jack Renkens has a message for would-be college sports stars and their parents: Expand your horizons.