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Mead wins team title at District 8 4A wrestling

Central Valley lost the war but won the battle in Saturday’s District 8 4A wrestling tournament The Bears finished second to Mead for the team title, but send a meet-high …


Boys basketball: Vikings claim league title

Austin Paulsen made a free throw with 8 seconds remaining and Coeur d’Alene secured the Inland Empire League 5A title with a 49-48 win over Post Falls Saturday night in …


Vikings rally in second half to defeat Post Falls

Coeur d’Alene girls basketball coach Dale Poffenroth had every reason to give one of those peel-the-paint-off-the-walls speeches at halftime Friday. He doesn’t do those for two reasons, though. First, he’s …


University sends 10 to semifinals at subregional

University placed 10 wrestlers in the semifinals Friday and is in first place after the first day of the 3A subregional meet in Hanford. At 106 pounds, Titans freshman Clai …


GSL girls: CV responds with win over Saxons

The Central Valley girls basketball team had a nice bounce-back win Thursday. The Bears jumped out to a 36-18 lead in the first half and kept adding to it as …


Lakeside, Freeman girls share NEA title

Jocelyn Cook-Cox scored 20 points Thursday and Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) earned a share of the Northeast A League title with a 64-45 win at Kettle Falls. Lindy Jacobson added …


Freeman knocks Riverside into tie for title

Senior Colin Ayers, playing in his final home game, recorded 16 points and 10 rebounds Thursday as Freeman stopped Riverside from winning the Northeast A League title outright with a …


GSL boys: Three-way tie at the top thanks to Saxons’ win

With two games left in Greater Spokane League boys basketball, there’s a three-way tie at the top. Ferris forced the logjam Thursday, knocking off leader Central Valley 64-62 in a …


Prep notebook: G-Prep girls tune up for postseason

With the Greater Spokane League championship secured, it’s time for the Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team to use the final three regular-season games to polish and fine tune for the …


CdA’s Blakely switches to Boise St.

Before the college football coaching carousel starting turning, as it always does, Coeur d’Alene standout Chase Blakley was set on signing with the University of Washington. Then two coaching changes …


Basketball roundup: LRS, St. George’s in boys final

Lind-Ritzville/Sprague and St. George’s set up a championship matchup with wins Wednesday at the District 7 2B boys basketball tournament at Mt. Spokane High School. The Broncos beat Liberty 51-45 …


CV’s Cunningham just starting to reach potential

Basketball didn’t come naturally for Mariah Cunningham. It’s taken the Central Valley 6-foot senior some time to figure things out.


Lee: IEL football already earning victories

Forgive the 5A and 4A Inland Empire League football coaches if they’re just a little giddy these days. The 2014 season is eight months away but the IEL has scored …


Lake City takes a tumble with loss to Post Falls

The Lake City boys basketball team was out to clinch the top seed for the postseason and no worse than a share of the 5A Inland Empire League championship on …


Rogers scores 71-53 upset over Mead

The Rogers boys basketball team got contributions all over the court as they upset the visiting Mead Panthers 71-53 in Greater Spokane League play Tuesday. Melik Hampton scored a game-high …


Boys roundup: Odessa-Harrington run winning streak to six

Shane Whitaker scored 19 points and Odessa-Harrington topped Wilbur-Creston 52-43 in a Northeast 1B South game Saturday night at Odessa-Harrington. The win was the sixth straight for the Titans (13-6, …


Girls roundup: Quick start leads Colville past Clarkston

Colville opened the game on a 16-4 run and fended off Clarkston’s comeback attempt in a 59-50 Great Northern League win Saturday night in Colville. The loss was the Bantams’ …


GSL girls: Ferris cruises past Shadle Park

Fresh off their upset win earlier in the week, the Ferris girls basketball team kept things rolling Friday. The Saxons threw a shutout in the first quarter, outscoring the host …


GSL boys: Ferris defeats Shadle Park

They should have refunded admission after the first quarter of the Greater Spokane League boys basketball game at Shadle Park. After 8 minutes, Ferris could only manage a 7-3 lead …


Girls roundup: Colfax takes second place in Northeast 2B

Amara Huber scored all of her game-high 13 points in the second half and grabbed 11 rebounds as Colfax secured second place in the Northeast 2B League with a 46-35 …


First-place CV boys hold off U-Hi

Adam Chamberlain scored 28 points Thursday night, including a crucial free throw with 6.3 seconds left, as Greater Spokane League-leading Central Valley held off University 55-53 in boys basketball play …


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.


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 …


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 …


Lee: Veteran coach has Sandpoint girls playing for each other

Bill Bender was minding his business, enjoying retired life in Sandpoint from 41 years in education and coaching when his wife brought home an application for a coaching position two …


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 …


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 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 …