Roundup of Saturday’s state softball action.
Roundup of Saturday’s state baseball action.
Roundup of Saturday’s state tennis action.
Roundup of Saturday’s state boys soccer action.
Between clearing various heights at the state 3A track and field meet Friday at Mount Tahoma High, Mt. Spokane high jumper Katie Rhodes repeatedly jogged toward a nearby fence to chat with coaches and supporters.
The schedule for the State 4A softball tournament at Merkel Sports Complex on Friday was truncated as showers that moved through the area postponed most of the games until Saturday.
Roundup of Friday’s state boys soccer action.
Roundup of Friday’s state tennis tournament action.
Tyrus Thomas stood atop the podium Friday at the State 2A track and field meet at Mount Tahoma High, his smile beaming toward the near-capacity grandstand.
Kettle Falls’ Charlie Andrews needed his rival to miss just one more attempt to stake his claim to a State 2B championship in the high jump on Friday.
CV lost two of its first four games but earned the league’s top seed into districts by sweeping the season series with University, including a 3-0 win in the regular-season finale.
Nobody else was going to push North Central distance sensation Allie Janke, so one of the nation’s best sophomores pushed herself.
The Lakeside track and field team didn’t get a chance to say goodbye to Barry Sartz before his life ended suddenly and without warning last fall.
Brooke Fager knows what it’s going to take at this weekend’s state Class 4A girls tennis tournament.
Players, coaches and parents jockeyed for position to get a clear look as the last few State 4A boys tournament scores were posted on the wall outside of The Creek at Qualchan pro shop. The numbers didn’t add up for Gonzaga Prep, which came up just short in its bid for a second straight state title.
The State 4A, 3A and 2A boys and girls track meets begin Thursday at Mt. Tahoma High School in Tacoma.
How’s this for pressure? Colville third-year baseball coach Blake Sjordal leads his team to the state semifinal following football and wrestling teams winning State 1A titles this school year.
Sydney Zeiler of Davenport signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Eastern Oregon University earlier this week.
The Gonzaga Prep boys cruised to the State 4A championship last year, but the change to a team scoring format has created a crowded leader board after the first day of the 2019 tournament.
It’s difficult to project which teams and individuals rate as girls 4A state golf tournament favorites, but the Greater Spokane League should have plenty of representation. GSL regular-season and District 8 champion Mead and runner-up Lewis and Clark should be in mix for the team title. Mead’s Cami Culp, LC’s Darby Rickel and Central Valley’s Kami Twining could be factors in the individual race.