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Prep roundup: Shadle Park ousted from District 3A playoffs by Southridge, 44-20

Carson Doyle hooked up with Vinny Epefanio for three touchdown passes, but they all came in the second half and when Shadle Park was already trailing 31-0. The Highlanders eventually …

Shadle gets past North Central, heads to postseason

Eric Leavey picked off a pass and returned it 61 yards for what would prove to be the winning score with 7:30 remaining, and Shadle Park held off North Central …

Mt. Spokane scores with 30 seconds left, slip past Highlanders 7-0

Mt. Spokane kept punching, and the Wildcats’ final punch provided the knockout.

Pick 6: Sam Adams continues to hold 1-game lead

Neither Sam Adams nor yours truly can take control of Pick 6.

Mt. Spokane, Shadle Park football teams clash in big game Thursday

Nothing regarding 3A Greater Spokane League and Mid-Columbia Conference football was set in stone when the season started.

A healthy Via leads Ferris past Shadle Park, 13-10

Ferris coach Jim Sharkey thought his football team was gaining traction. Now he’ll have to re-evaluate just where his team is, but he won’t turn back a 13-10 victory over …

For Shadle Park standout Josie Walser, volleyball runs in the genes

For the Walsers, volleyball is a family affair.

Colfax, Oakesdale atop state volleyball rankings

Mead is ranked second in the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association rankings released Tuesday. The Panthers are behind Auburn Riverside, which vaulted from fifth in the first poll last week …

Shadle Park shuts out U-Hi for third consecutive win

The Shadle Park Highlanders had enough offense and plenty of defense Friday in their 18-0 victory over the University Titans in the first game of an Albi Stadium doubleheader.

George Pfeifer resigns as Lewis and Clark girls hoop coach

Area coaching personality George Pfeifer spent 26 of 30 days in June with the Lewis and Clark girls basketball team.

GSL 3A: There’s room to move up in ranks

Going into the 2016 season, to say there’s not much definitive for Greater Spokane League 3A football teams is nothing short of an understatement.

NC’s Justin Janke completes Triple Crown; great day for 3A GSL

TACOMA – Justin Janke’s quest to complete the Triple Crown was highly successful. To do what the North Central senior did Saturday, though, one must consider what he had to …

State 3A softball: Mt. Spokane finishes fourth

Although Mt. Spokane eventually ran out of gas, the Wildcats aren’t pouting after losing 14-4 to Everett in the State 3A softball tournament third-place game on Saturday.

Mt. Spokane tops Shadle Park in 3A softball loser-out game

Mt. Spokane conquered its greatest obstacle at the perfect time. The Wildcats defeated Shadle Park 5-3 in a 3A State softball tournament loser-out game on Saturday at the Regional Athletic …

Highlanders outlast Wildcats for district softball title

Meg Keenan revealed that in tense situations her body starts shaking. Hard to believe considering the poise she showed when hitting a screaming double to the left-center field fence for …

Prep softball notebook: CdA sweeps Lake City, secures league title

It’s no wonder that the Coeur d’Alene softball team may have been a little hyped going into its doubleheader against cross-town rival Lake City on Tuesday.

Shadle rallies to top U-Hi in GSL softball

Shadle Park rallied six times before knocking off the visiting University Titans 10-9 in 11 innings to move closer to clinching the Greater Spokane League softball championship.

University’s Kirsten Anstrom at head of pack in GSL

University junior Kirsten Anstrom has this hunter-like approach at the plate.

Highlanders recover from season’s only loss

Shadle Park coach Guy Perham was curious to see how his team would bounce back from its first loss four days ago. is team’s answer Tuesday spoke volumes.

Jaya Allen poised to lead Highlanders deep into postseason

Something is gnawing at Jaya Allen. Her Shadle Park softball team captured the Greater Spokane League championship last spring but fell short of expectations when it failed to advance to …

GSL fastpitch softball: Jaya Allen shuts out University for undefeated Shadle Park

Jaya Allen had an off day at the plate Thursday, but the Shadle Park junior more than made up for it in the circle.

Area high school softball season preview

By season’s end last spring, Greater Spokane League teams fell short of expectations. Just one team, North Central, qualified for a state tournament.

Shadle Park amphitheater torn down because of criminal activity

An amphitheater in Shadle Park with connections to notable, historic figures in Spokane has been demolished, following concerns from neighbors and police about criminal activity at the old outdoor theater.

Mt. Spokane girls, Shadle Park boys take district titles

The Mt. Spokane girls basketball team captured its first District 8 3A championship Friday.

GSL boys: Down early, G-Prep rallies for win going away

Good defense is most always trumped by better offense. The Gonzaga Prep boys basketball team found that out early Thursday at Shadle Park.

Prep notebook: Mark Rypien proud Shadle has Wilson Golden Football

Mark Rypien plans to make it official as soon as his schedule allows.

GSL boys: Lewis and Clark holds off Shadle Park to take over second place

Thanks to a balanced offensive attack – 10 players scored for Lewis and Clark – the Tigers came away with a 69-66 victory over the visiting Shadle Park Highlanders on …

Shadle Park downs Ferris 78-66 behind big night from big men

The Shadle Park boys basketball team used its height advantage and timely scoring from Andreas Brown to take down Ferris 78-66 Friday night on the Saxons’ home court.

GSL boys basketball: Shadle Park rallies to beat Mead

Andreas Brown scored all eight of his points in the fourth quarter as the visiting Shadle Park Highlanders rallied to knock off the Mead Panthers 59-54 in a season and …

Spokane residents deal with aftermath of windstorm

Residents across the City of Spokane shared stories and helped each other clean up Wednesday after a massive windstorm tore through the region Tuesday night.