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Idaho high school basketball is back! Tonight we stopped by Lakeland as their girl's basketball team went head-to-head against Post Falls. Here are the best highlights from all the action.
Building a winning football program is no easy task. It takes decades of work, and SWX Montana's Chris Byers took a look back at the evolution of the program at Billings West to what it is today.
It is no coincidence that seemingly no matter who you talk to about Lewis and Clark's Andie Zylak, the word competitive comes up.
The WIAA Executive Board voted Tuesday to amend the current season schedule for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year, opting to delay the start of WIAA Season 2 to February 1 and shorten each WIAA Season to seven weeks in length.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • OK. I will say it. This week is weird. I blame the NFL. Partly because the Seahawks will be wearing their garish “color-rush” uniforms but mainly because they will face Arizona on Thursday night. For the second time this season. The first one didn’t go all that well.
Director of the WIAA District 8 Herb Rotchford breaks down the new delay in Washington's high school sports calendar.
The 2020-21 NBA schedule will feature a play-in tournament and an NBA Finals that could run all the way until July 22 — keeping some players from competing in the Olympics.
With all the yards and touchdowns he’s thrown for this season, Seattle’s Russell Wilson has been more exposed as a passer than at any other point in his career.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There are three types of outcomes for your favorite sports teams in 2020. There are the traditional wins and losses, sure. But a new category, the no-contest, is gaining ground, riding the surge of coronavirus cases that is sweeping the nation like the wishbone offense in the 1970s. And like the wishbone, the virus may just run us over as November fades into December.
Hear from Kelsey Shaver, former Providence volleyball star, who now manages a coffee shop in Great Falls.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Not sure what’s worse. That the Seahawks lost yesterday at the Rams or that they played a boring brand of football while doing it. Who are we kidding? Boring is fine if there is a win involved.
LODZ, Poland – Back home in Venezuela, Ruben Limardo Gascon is hailed as a national hero for winning a gold medal in fencing at the 2012 London Olympics.
"We will look back at this spot and it's a bright spot for our community and girls, it's like one of the best things happened in 2020 instead of everything bad," said Joliet Head Coach, Colette Webber.
INGLEWOOD, Calif. – The Los Angeles Rams have been going up against Russell Wilson long enough to know they probably can’t stop Seattle’s quarterback entirely.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – In this one-of-a-kind Masters that had no fans and no roars, Dustin Johnson made sure it had no drama. And when he polished off his five-shot victory Sunday with lowest score in tournament history, he had no words.
Like last year, it happened during breakfast at the Masters. Like last year, everyone was talking about Tiger Woods and the 12th hole.
Hall of Fame manager Tom Lasorda has been hospitalized in Southern California.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • We watched quite a bit of Pac-12 football yesterday, especially after the Masters finished play for the day. And we have some thoughts.
The chance to play against the NFL's worst pass defense should be a golden opportunity for Jared Goff and Sean McVay to get the Los Angeles Rams back into top form after a few stumbling weeks.