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North Central overcomes 7 turnovers in victory

Winning a game in which you turn the ball over seven times is not easy – or fun – but North Central found a way to do just that, defeating …


Posst Falls-East Valley gamer

Seth McLeod’s 2-yard touchdown run broke a tie and East Valley fumbled inside the Post Falls 10-yard line with just over 1 minute remaining as the visiting Trojans held on …


Bullpups hang on to defeat Saxons

Who would have thought that a Gonzaga Prep victory would come down to a pass play? Facing fourth-and-7 from the Ferris 17-yard line, quarterback Kevin Thomas was patient, let the …


Pirates edge NC to open GSL season

Brittni Fencl had 18 kills and Mercedes Rucker added 26 digs as Rogers outlasted host North Central 25-11, 27-25, 18-25, 17-25, 15-11 on Thursday night in a Greater Spokane League …


Mt. Spokane goes to 3-0

It’s generally difficult to read Mt. Spokane football coach Mike McLaughlin’s face following a win or a loss. McLaughlin was his usual unflappable self Thursday but inside he was more …


Vikings QB Amos set sights on state title as child

It was the dream of a little boy at the time. Eight-year-old Gunnar Amos had a T-shirt on with a statement about the 2012 Vikings being state champs. He ran …


Pick 6

I suspect that KHQ/SWX sports director Sam Adams fell victim to an infection last week. It’s the same infection I contracted the first week of the season, and continued to …


The NWPrepsNow Week 2 Ultimate Highlight

KHQ/SWX photojournalist Jordan Caskey has put together an incredible compilation of week 2 highlights from Inland Northwest high school football games that we like to call “The Ultimate NWPrepsNow Highlight.”


Ferris, G-Prep matchup will thrill

A third week in Greater Spokane League football is upon us and a third showdown looms. That’s the beauty of a league deep in quality. And for a third straight …


Cross Country deals with injury-bug blues

Injuries are an on-the-job hazard for distance runners. Training overload, the constant pounding over the highways and byways, can take its toll. A brilliant, course record-setting season-opening race at the …


Tough to fence in

For much of last season, the Mead girls soccer team was a work in progress. A new coach, new system, new players – and a lopsided loss to rival Mt. …


Preview Girls soccer

Greater Spokane League They say it every year: the Greater Spokane League girls soccer race will be tight.


Not eight DBs, but a one-of-a-kind D-line stopped Rypien

In the big picture, the Shadle Park football team is much improved over last year. The Highlanders’ defense can make stops. Disregard the final score of Ferris’ 38-14 win Thursday …


Hauger’s late overtake wins Highlander

Perspiration glistened on the bodies of distance runners competing on a steamy 90-degree day Saturday at Shadle Park. But it was no sweat for Nick Hauger on his home course …


Davenport football player expected to make full recovery after head injury

A Davenport football player is expected to make a full recovery from a slight skull fracture after being taken by helicopter to a hospital on Friday.


Karstetters pride of Saxons

The Karstetter name is readily recognizable to those familiar with Greater Spokane League athletics and beyond. The last branch of the second generation in the Lilac City is Cole Karstetter.


Pick 6: Greg Lee and Sam Adams’ prep football picks of week

I’ve had better starts. Hats off to KHQ/SWX sports director Sam Adams for his opening-week victory. Coeur d’Alene’s 44-43 loss to Bothell kept yours truly from a tie. And not …


Lee: Numbers game costs Greater Spokane League state berths

Eastern Washington 4A schools received an extra state berth in all sports this year, but if you’re a Greater Spokane League or Mid-Columbia Conference school there’s no reason to celebrate. …


It’s early, but Friday told a tale

So what did we learn after the first week of Greater Spokane League football? A lot really. And not a lot, really, considering there are eight more weeks of league …


Gonzaga Prep rolls 42-13

Gonzaga Prep dominated Lewis and Clark with an impressive 42-13 pasting Friday night in a Greater Spokane League opener at G-Prep. Bullpups quarterback Kevin Thomas threw a 38-yard touchdown pass …


Sure-fire thrillers

I thought it was going to be a relatively easy project. Pick the five must-see high school football games in the area this year and explain to you why the …


Panthers, Titans kick off GSL season on Thursday

Two 2012 playoff-qualifying teams christen the 2013 Greater Spokane League football season. University, which advanced to the 3A semifinals, faces Mead at Joe Albi Stadium on Thursday in a single …


We have liftoff; you have instant access

We launched our new high school sports website on Friday night and the feedback has been tremendous.


Rogers High football: from boys to men

To make his team think about a fresh beginning, coach Matt Miethe asked his players to contemplate their end. In the first week of Rogers High School football practice, Miethe …


Tigers want more

Year in and year out talk about football in the Intermountain League begins and ends with one school – Timberlake. If seven straight league championships and nine straight playoff appearances …


Colton has speed to challenge for Southeast 1B League title

Here’s the thing about eight-man football: the gridiron’s the same size, but it definitely plays bigger. When you have just eight players to defend sideline to sideline, there will be …


NE 2B story lines: Lind-Ritzille-Sprague ready for encore

Champions reload No one in the league is predicting a loss for Lind-Ritzille-Sprague any time soon. The Broncos were undefeated (13-0) and the state Class 2B champions a year ago. …


St. Maries Lumberjacks have lofty goals

St. Maries begins its second year in the three-team Central Idaho League, and the Lumberjacks will be chasing favorite Grangeville. The Lumberjacks return four starters, led by senior quarterback/ free …


SE 1B story lines: Liberty Christian still the team to beat

Lesser is more Liberty Christian put its fate in a pair of unlikely hands on the final play of last year’s state Class 1B title game: 14-year-old running back John …


NEA story lines: Freeman should be team to beat in NEA

All-league returners Six first-team picks return. They are two-way selection Kian Genteman of Freeman, Coleton Collins of Lakeside, Dustin Olson of Chewelah, Tommy Norman of Chewelah, Ryan Cotner of Riverside …