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Friday, December 13, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Stories tagged: wrestling

Freeman Program Brings Out Best In Wrestlers Three Contenders Have Different Stories, But Share Same Goals

From left, Beau Bradley, Mike Amend and Dustin Reed give Freeman High its largest regional contingent ever. Photo by Steve Thompson/The Spokesman-Review

Defense Makes The Difference As Lakeside Finds Way To State

Preps Lakeside girls basketball coach Ron Miller had the Clark Fork Wampus Cats figured out Thursday in the A-4 District I championship game. Miller, who had seen his team split …

Weekend Tournaments

Class AAA Site: Mead High Times: 4 p.m. Friday; 8 a.m. Saturday (finals at 7 p.m.) Defending champion: Mead No. 1 seeds by school: Mead 4; University 3; Central Valley, …

Riverside’s Season One For The Books, However Thick Those Books May Be

As Henry Peterson attempts to become the most successful wrestler in Riverside High School history, first-year Rams coach Randy Miller has been besieged with questions as to how storied that …

Dream Duals Develop Into Reality At Auburn

Scott Bliss figures the Washington Dream Duals can tolerate every Fife that falls through the cracks. “I said, ‘We’re going to do this,”’ said Bliss, coach of defending State AAA …


The McDonald’s American Cup and the International Mixed Pairs, events that will showcase gymnasts likely to compete at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, will be held in Seattle this year. …

Sandpoint’s Lawrence Named Top Wrestler

Brett Lawrence of Sandpoint was named the outstanding wrestler Saturday and host Lewiston won the team title with 226 points at the Clearwater Classic. Lawrence won the 119-pound championship 7-4. …

Frontier Wrestling

Defending league champion: Colville Defending District 7-AA champion: East Valley; Colville was second Regional team results: Pullman third, EV fourth (Toppenish 1st)