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Weather Forces Several Schools to Cancel Friday Night Games

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SWX was planning to air the Central Valley-Ferris game in Spokane, and the Prosser-East Valley game in Tri-Cities, but weather forced the cancellation of both games (Photo: SWX) SWX was planning to air the Central Valley-Ferris game in Spokane, and the Prosser-East Valley game in Tri-Cities, but weather forced the cancellation of both games (Photo: SWX)

On Thursday Mead canceled its wrestling match at Central Valley, and the snow continued to fall. On Friday morning, both Spokane Dist. 81 and the Mead School District canceled classes, so it was only a matter of time before the schools announced the cancellation of Friday night's sporting events.

Wintery weather, including the threat of freezing rain, forced the Greater Spokane League to cancel all of its games on Friday around noon. Among the games canceled was the matchup between first place Central Valley and Ferris, which was scheduled to air on SWX. All the games canceled will be made up at some point during the season, but administrators weren't prepared to name a date just yet.

Some schools in the outlying areas around Spokane also canceled games on Friday, including LaCrosse-Washtucna, Garfield-Palouse and others.

Postponed (Spokane area):

  • All Greater Spokane League games (Ferris, Central Valley, Lewis & Clark, Shadle Park, North Central, Rogers, Mead, Mt. Spokane, Gonzaga Prep)
  • Colton vs. LaCross-Washtucna
  • Garfield-Palouse vs. Tekoa-Oakesdale
  • Clarkston vs. Cheney (rescheduled for Feb. 4)
  • Medical Lake vs. Pullman (rescheduled for Feb. 4; wrestling vs. Colville also canceled)
  • Colfax vs. Kettle Falls

Postponed (Yakima & Tri-Cities area):

  • East Valley vs. Prosser
  • Pasco vs. Kennewick
  • Eisenhower vs. Wenatchee
  • Sunnyside vs. Southridge
  • Richland vs. Walla Walla
  • Hanford vs Eastmont
  • Kamiakin vs. West Valley
  • Chiawana vs. Moses Lake
  • Connell vs Wahluke
  • La Salle vs. Granger
  • All Yakima Valley and Tri-Cities AAU games are canceled on Saturday - the first time that's happened 30 years, according to the YVSA.
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