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Daily HIV prevention pill urged for healthy people at risk

Doctors should offer a daily HIV prevention pill to healthy people who are at high risk of getting infected with the virus, an influential health care panel recommended Tuesday.


Lewis and Clark uses stifling defense, methodical offense to defeat Rogers in GSL crossover at Joe Albi

If the Lewis and Clark Tigers had an offense to match their defense, they’d be dangerous. The Tigers’ offense moves in fits and starts. Still, they didn’t have any problem …


District 4A soccer playoff berths go down to wire

With two games left in the regular season, the Greater Spokane League 4A playoff race resembles a one-round game of musical chairs. Only first-place Mead (6-1) is guaranteed a playoff …


Redmon driven to get Mead to state

A case can be made that Mead senior Jazmine Redmon is the best athlete in the region, if not the state. Consider the most recent entries on Redmon’s resume. She …


Wv Eagles May Hurdle, Jump Way To Another Title

Ah, spring! A time for track, rain and hail as these folks at a joint Valley meet found out this week. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review


Lots Of Track Invitations

The invitational track season comes to full flower this weekend. Most bigger schools compete in Ferris’s Big Red Invitational this morning while Valley Christian School hosts its annual smaller school …


Eagles, Knights Lose Lots Of Experience In Track

Frontier girls track Long-time Frontier League girls track powers East Valley and West Valley have taken hits to their rosters this year for varying reasons. Graduation, accidents, injuries and decisions …


Inland Empire Baseball

Senior Casey Hoorelbeke leads the Coeur d’Alene pitching staff. Photo by Liz Kishimoto/The Spokesman-Review


A-3 Independent Baseball

Wallace Miners 1997 record: 16-7 Record: 1-0 Coach: Bob Schreiber, 8th year Top returners: Kevin Tesky, senior, shortstop/right-handed pitcher; Cory Smith, junior, catcher; Kevin Lee, sr., outfielder; Dale Bourgeois, sr., …


Intermountain League Baseball

(Listed alphabetically) Bonners Ferry Badgers 1997 records: 9-12, 4-8 Current record: 2-1 Coach: Tim Crownover, 1st Top returners: Jeremy Baker, sr., rhp/1b; Beau Winey, sr., of/c; Matt Clark, sr., 3b; …


Vikings Bring Big Bats To Ballpark

Coeur d’Alene’s Bret Whiteman is the center of attention at home plate after his three-run home run in the Vikings’ nine-run fourth inning. Coeur d’Alene beat the Trojans 14-1. Photo …


Format Change Means Early Start To Season

Mead High School state cross country runners Kelley Mattingly, Annie McCabe, Sarah Bohman and Rachae Probst practice in the rain. Photo by Kristy MacDonald/The Spokesman-Review


Softball

(Listed alphabetically) INLAND EMPIRE LEAGUE Coeur d’Alene Vikings 1997 records: 20-7, 13-0 (league champ) Current record: 3-3 Top returners: Blake Hoorelbeke, sophomore, pitcher; Kelli Babcock, senior, catcher; Katelyn Tatum, sr., …


Cv, U-Hi On Separate Gsl Tracks

GSL boys A new Greater Spokane League track format means that district rivals Central Valley and University will not meet until the end of the season, if at all. The …


Will CV Sprint To Gsl Lead?

GSL girls Sprint strength will once again make Central Valley a contender in Greater Spokane League girls track. The extent of University’s challenge will in part be determined by its …


Sandberg Has Good Reason For Optimism Saxons Open Season Against U-Hi

Eric Sandberg can deliver wins for Ferris. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review


Lakeside High Hopes To Have Another Winning Season

GNL baseball It may be difficult for Lakeside High to duplicate last year’s one-loss league baseball effort and 18-4 overall season. But the Eagles should be in the hunt when …


Reese Stars For Hawks

Lake City saw enough of Kurt Reese on Wednesday. Reese (1-0) pitched a two-hit shutout and drove in three runs, two with a sixth-inning homer, in Lakeland’s 11-0 non-league baseball …


Ferris Hopes To Snare Soccer Championship But Even With 9 Starters Back, It Won’t Be Easy

Ferris players Billy Bleeth, left, and Abbas Faridnia look for a net gain of one more postseason win. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Gsl Track Season Starts With New Look

The Greater Spokane League track season starts earlier than usual with a new look. With the addition of Mt. Spokane, the league has broken into two five-team divisions. Instead of …


Mead Captures Shootout; CV Takes Care Of University

GSL soccer Tyler Denton set up Mead’s regulation goal, then scored the winner in a shootout as the Panthers edged host Lewis and Clark 2-1 in a non-league match Wednesday …


All-State Teams List Area Stars

Brianne Jolley and Shannon Russel of girls state championship teams, and Curlew teammates Gunner Olsen and Jeremy Groth are among seven local players honored on The Associated Press all-state basketball …


Coaches, Teams Prepared For League-Wide Experiment

GSL boy’s track The new experiment begins today when Greater Spokane League track teams open the season. Competition is nearly three weeks sooner than before, now that the league has …


Ready To Swing Away Multitalented Andrizzi Leads Experienced U-Hi

Cheryl Andrizzi’s focus has returned to softball at U-Hi following two game-related accidents that briefly reduced her interest in the sport. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review


Cream Rises To Top Herbert Named A-1’S Best; Ruen Also On First Team

1. The latest scoop on Lindsay Herbert is that she’s the Idaho A-1 player of the year. File/The Spokesman-Review 2. Ruen


Regional Tourney, Loss Of Pitchers May Hurt Ev, Wv

West Valley’s Rachaiah Boxley takes a cut at the ball during practice. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review


U-Hi Faces Pressure To Repeat As Champs By Mike Vlahovich Staff Writer

GSL softball Defending Greater Spokane League champion University and third-place finisher Central Valley will take opposing paths in their bid for repeat regional and state efforts. The Titans have everyone …


Lakeside Pulls It Off Seniors Lead Eagles To State Championship

1. From left, Lakeside players Bridget Ryan, Caryn Grubbs, Linsey Heebink, Katie Nuechtelein and Brianne Jolley enjoy the feeling of being state champs. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review 2. Lakeside’s …


Fifth-Place Pullman Looks To Promising Future

2A girls consolation Don’t put away those basketballs. Pullman would like to keep playing. The team that didn’t belong - the worst team in the field, according to the Tacoma …


Franklin Overpowers Ferris For Fifth Luckless Saxons Claim Eighth Place

Ferris’ Andre Atkins knifes into the lane. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review