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Lee: Area teams won plenty of trophies this fall

Before we close the book on fall prep sports, it’s worth one final look at the various feats. You want state championships? There were state titles aplenty this fall.


Hermiston favored to defend Tri-State title

It possesses the quality of a state tournament, but in reality it’s bigger than a state tournament. The 42nd edition of the Tri-State wrestling tournament will be no different – …


Mead wrestling rallies to defeat North Central

After losing its first three matches and falling down 13-0, Mead stormed back winning nine of the next 11 to defeat visiting North Central 43-22 in a Greater Spokane League …


GSL girls: G-Prep nets convincing win over Mead

If early returns mean anything – and in this case they should – the Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team is light years ahead of the other nine Greater Spokane League …


Panthers rally late to win

Max Hess scored a career high 20 points and Brandon Pettersen sealed the game with a defensive rebound followed by two crucial free throws in the final seconds as host …


Benzel’s shot lifts Ferris over Mead in boys basketball

The play was designed to go to Cody Benzel. The play wasn’t designed for the Ferris senior shooter to have to make a twisting, turning jump shot while being pushed.


Girls roundup: West Valley turns back Sandpoint

West Valley built an early 10-point lead and defeated Sandpoint 56-45 in a nonleague game Friday night at West Valley. Natalie Noble led the Eagles (4-0) with 20 points.


Boys roundup: St. George’s defeats Liberty to open Northeast 2B

St. George’s senior Erik Muelheims scored 28 points and the defending State 2B champion Dragons surged in the third quarter and beat Liberty 69-50 in a Northeast 2B League opener …


CV boys overcome 12-point deficit to defeat Shadle

Adam Chamberlain scored a season-high 24 points, including 17 after halftime, as Central Valley rallied from a 12-point deficit Friday for a 64-44 Greater Spokane League victory at Shadle Park. …


Roundup: Mt. Spokane edges NC with late pin, technical fall

Christian Nibarger’s pin at 145 pounds and Tanner Whetzel’s pin at 152 in the final match completed Mt. Spokane’s rally Thursday as the Wildcats edged host North Central 34-29 in …


Lee: Post Falls’ Jeff Hinz thankful for broken leg

When is breaking your leg a good thing? If you ask Post Falls head football coach Jeff Hinz he’ll tell you he’s fortunate he broke his on Thanksgiving morning.


Northeast A League wrestling preview

It’s amazing the building job Chad Ripke has done at Freeman. Consider this – four years ago he had six wrestlers in the program, three years ago nine and two …


Inland Empire League wrestling preview

Three of the four teams – Lewiston, Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls – have established themselves for not only sending title-caliber kids to state each year but teams that can …


GNL wrestling preview

Deer Park’s string of five straight State 2A championships was broken last year, but the Stags managed to take second. They’ll be in the hunt for a state trophy but …


GSL wrestling preview

The league may, overall, lack the power of a 4A Mead of recent years or defending State 3A champ University, but this much is sure – the GSL will be …


GSL girls: Gonzaga Prep holds off CV in foul-filled game

Gonzaga Prep had to make most of a 16-point lead hold up as the Bullpups held off the visiting Central Valley Bears 70-66 in a foul-plagued Greater Spokane League girls …


GSL boys: Central Valley beat G-Prep in defensive battle

The Central Valley and Gonzaga Prep boys basketball teams play sound defense. The scary thing is they’re both going to get better as the Greater Spokane League season progresses.


East Valley topples Freeman with second-half surge

Elle Burland and Skylar Bastin scored 11 points apiece as East Valley regained control in the second half and kept its perfect record intact with a 50-42 nonleague win Tuesday …


Broncos blank Timberwolves to capture 2B title

TACOMA – Lind-Ritzville/Sprague’s high-octane offense fired on the first play. After senior running back Connor O’Neill sprinted 69 yards to the end zone seconds into the State 2B football championship …


Scotties rule 1A

TACOMA – For Freeman, the second half was an exhibition of smash-mouth football on both sides of the line of scrimmage. The Scotties took control where it counts most and …


California team cruises at The Fitz

Archbishop Mitty likes to travel to play in basketball tournaments because it allows the San Jose, Calif., school to see different opponents and leave their comfort zone. The Monarchs, California …


LRS seniors want to go out with another title

The State 2B football championship game is chock-full of storylines. First, there’s the rematch when the defending state champ Lind-Ritzville/Sprague Broncos (12-0) face the Morton-White Pass Timberwolves (12-0) at the …


Fall sports all-league teams

For 12-05-2013


Inland Empire League 4A boys basketball preview

Around the league Defending champ Moscow came oh-so-close to capturing a state championship last year. “We were one possession away from bringing home a state championship,” first-year coach Aaron Dail …


Balanced Bears knock off Indians

Balance was a theme for the two-time defending Greater Spokane League champion Central Valley boys basketball team Tuesday. Four players reached double-figure scoring as the Bears handled the visiting North …


Lake City wants to erase State woes

As predicted a year ago, the Lake City boys basketball team captured the 5A Inland Empire League championship and the Region I title. And when the Timberwolves advanced to state, …


Gonzaga Prep holds off Lewis and Clark

For 24 minutes the Gonzaga Prep girls basketball team looked like the team picked to capture the Greater Spokane League championship and more. It was the final quarter that showed …


Intermountain League boys basketball preview

For 12-04-2013


Inland Empire League 5A boys basketball preview

Around the league Former Coeur d’Alene standout Kurt Lundblad takes over at his alma mater. A 1984 CdA graduate, Lundblad replaces Kent Leiss, who resigned with three games left in …


Lyon, Konkright lead Grizzlies past Stags

John Lyon scored a game-high 16 points and hit two late 3-pointers to help Newport edge Deer Park 49-46 in a nonleague season-opener Tuesday night in Newport. Lyon’s 3-pointers gave …