Arrow-right Camera

The Spokesman-Review Newspaper The Spokesman-Review

Tuesday, September 24, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Cloudy 51° Cloudy

Tags


Stories tagged: nwprepsnow


CdA running game takes advantage of snowy conditions

Ty Holgate got his wish. Late Friday afternoon the temperature began to drop, the wind picked up and rain turned to snow. Ideal conditions for a senior running back operating …


CV’s Cunningham picks Eastern Washington

Some of the top returning girls basketball players in the region signed early letters of intent Wednesday. Only one is staying close to home. Central Valley’s 6-foot post Mariah Cunningham …


Washington state football

3A, first round Mt. Spokane vs. Shadle Park


Central Valley girls handle Tahoma in second half, advance in State 4A soccer tourney

Late in the first half, it seemed only a matter of time before Central Valley would go ahead of Tahoma in their 4A soccer playoff match Wednesday. But half an …


Titans on track: Denied last year, U-Hi eyes 3A volleyball title

Qualifying for the State 3A volleyball tournament was satisfaction enough for Sydney Schlect and her University Titans teammates. Better yet, U-Hi can finally set aside the heartbreak from last season.


CdA WR Addison Johnson has smarts, talent to overcome his size

Addison Johnson of Coeur d’Alene is a gifted student-athlete. He has outstanding physical abilities as a wide receiver, but there’s no doubt that one of the biggest reasons he’s enjoyed …


Lee: Amos draws strength from family

If life were a football game, you’d want to throw a flag for unsportsmanlike conduct. Consider what the Amos family of Coeur d’Alene is enduring. It’s akin to piling on. …


Mead, Central Valley advance to State 4A volleyball

It’s a familiar experience for Mead, with the sense of something new. It’s a fairly new experience for Central Valley, with the sense that it will become familiar.


Big win, also a big loss

It would be hard to imagine a more emotional, bittersweet 43-point football victory. The Coeur d’Alene Vikings rolled to a 52-9 5A state playoff win over visiting Timberline on Friday …


Playoff berths on the line

It’s hard to believe that we’ve reached the final week of regular-season football in the Great Northern League, and there’s more clarity in what could transpire regarding playoff berths than …


Work to be done

The final votes in the NWPrepsNow football rankings were spread all over the board. Unbeaten and defending State 2B champion Lind-Ritzville/Sprague, which has won 20 straight games dating back to …


Relentless Bengals win 2nd straight title

The Lewiston Bengals knew they would have a target on their backs with everyone returning from last year’s State 5A volleyball tournament championship team. So they put something else on …


Lee: Whitmore, Morgan show class on, off field

Time and time again, small-school coaches tell me they’re good friends with coaches from rival schools. It really seems like a type of fraternity.


Reardan, Liberty win district volleyball openers

Kamille Langford had six kills and two blocks and Keiton Klein added six aces as Reardan swept visiting St. George’s 3-0 Wednesday at the District 7 2B volleyball tournament. Fifth-seeded …


Coeur d’Alene girls favored at state cross country

Unlike Washington, the Idaho state cross country meets are rotated among three regions. The Coeur d’Alene girls captured the 5A state title in convincing fashion last year when the meets …


This week’s prep sports coverage at NWPrepsNow.com

The 4A football playoff picture will be clear after Friday when Central Valley visits Gonzaga Prep. NWPrepsNow will be there for all the action. Sam Adams and Bill Ames will …


Prep football Pick 6: Greg Lee and Sam Adams select week’s top games

I’ve waited eight weeks for this. There’s a new leader in the clubhouse. Although I was tied before, this is the first week that I’ve been the outright leader.


Shadle Park eyes first title since 1999

There’s no question what Ferris football coach Jim Sharkey wants this week. “We want the No. 1 (postseason) seed,” Sharkey said. “If we get a league championship that will just …


LRS idle, but vaults into 1st in final poll

The Lind-Ritzville/ Sprague football team didn’t play last week – and not because of a scheduled bye – and still the Broncos managed to vault into first in the NWPrepsNow …


Lakeland boys in semifinals

Lakeland was the lone North Idaho boys soccer team to survive the first round of the state soccer playoffs on Thursday with a 3-1 win over Century in the 4A …


Coleton Fitzgerald leads way as Lewis and Clark breezes by North Central 44-6

Facing the likelihood of its final opportunity for a win in the regular season, the Lewis and Clark football team played arguably its best game Thursday. Behind senior running back …


North Central boys cross country caps 9-0 season

The cross country race at Audubon Park figured to be fast considering the caliber of the runners involved. The runners didn’t disappoint, even if one of a trio who could …


No looking back for Mt. Spokane quarterback Stu Stiles

It was a small sample size considering his first two seasons ended abruptly with identical injuries, but Greater Spokane League football coaches didn’t need much evidence to know that Stu …


Prep football Pick 6: Greg Lee and Sam Adams pick this week’s top games

We got more right than we got wrong last week, and we split in the two games we differed. So we remain tied overall. That will all change this week. …


Lake City, Post Falls girls soccer face tough openers

The Lake City and Post Falls girls soccer teams have some work to do to earn a rematch of last year’s exciting title match. The local teams have drawn the …


University caps unbeaten slowpitch season

Lexi Ivankovich went the distance on the mound and went 2 for 2 and drove in a pair of runs to propel the University Titans to a 7-4 victory over …


WSU revokes football scholarship for Freeman’s Rose

The Washington State University football scholarship extended to Freeman standout lineman Jordan Rose has been revoked, Freeman coach Jim Wood confirmed Wednesday evening. Wood said the confirmation came from the …


Bears, Highlanders showdown here again

The last time they played it was an instant classic. Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien threw for an eye-popping 577 yards and yet the Highlanders fell to Central Valley in …


Freeman alone in top spot

The Freeman football team has become the beloved of several media types in the region. The Scotties stand alone atop the NWPrepsNow Power Rankings after sharing the top spot with …


Prep football Pick 6: Greg Lee, Sam Adams select six games of week

My season batting average is rising. Mired at .500 for the first three weeks, I’m hitting the leather off the ball.