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Teams ranked lower than No. 3 Central Valley such as Federal Way, Mt. Si and others – even in their own league – get a lot of attention across the state. But folks are starting to take notice of the Bears.
It seemed like just another Tuesday night in the Greater Spokane League as Ferris prepared to host Central Valley for a boys and girls doubleheader. Except it wasn’t.
The Central Valley School District passed out safety vests and hard hats to the hundreds of people who turned out for a recent tour of the remodeling work underway at Horizon Middle School.
The Central Valley School District next month will ask voters for $11.8 million to hire a public safety employee and continue offering electives and extracurricular activities.
The Central Valley boys basketball team is dominating the GSL right now with a 7-0 record. The Bears have only suffered one loss this season, with a 12-1 overall record. This is a senior laden team, and they have set high expectations for the rest of the season.
Tonight the University High Titans went head-to-head against the Central Valley Bears for the 2020 Stinky Sneaker. Both schools not only battled on the court but also in the crowd. Although both had amazing spirit, Central Valley prevailed with their 4th straight Stinky Sneaker victory! Girl's Game: 50-49 Bears Boy's Game: 63-60 Bears
The son of a former world-class powerlifter nicknamed “The Squat King,” it’s easy to see where Mikesell inherits his 6-foot-2, 265-pound frame and his affinity for throwing around heavy objects.
Senior Emma Main scored 19 points – all in the paint and many driving to the hoop to draw contact – and the Wildcats knocked off visiting Central Valley 51-40 in a Greater Spokane League showdown.
Central Valley used a variety of defenses to limit Mt. Spokane’s Tyson Degenhart to 18 points – more than 10 points under his season average – and the Bears prevailed 58-55 after withstanding a furious second-half comeback attempt by the home team.
In Spokane, schools were built and new standards enacted even as educators were challenged by violence and the vaping epidemic and curriculum changes – ensuring another interesting decade ahead.
Central Valley varsity girls coach Felice (Moore) Orrell knows all about the traditions and culture that have grown up around girls basketball at Central Valley High School. As a player she was not only shaped by it, she helped grow it. And she’s now charged with nurturing it.
Central Valley School District opted not to renew the contract of girls basketball coach Ryan Bragdon because he was not “forthcoming about the nature and extent of a relationship with a student-athlete” at a previous job at Northwest Nazarene University.
Central Valley School District will soon decide which schools the districts thousands of high school students will attend when the new Ridgeline High School opens in 2021.
This season, more than any other in the recent past, the Greater Spokane League girls 4A title chase is wide open. One could make an argument for just about any of the six teams to come out on top.
The incident does not appear related to messages written on a bathroom wall at the school, which prompted cancellation of classes after a lockdown Friday, according to the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office.
Central Valley officials did not reveal the contents of the threat but stressed that the lockdown and evacuation measures were only precautionary. At East Valley, a message found in a boys’ restroom warned, “11-25-19 Don’t come to school. Don’t gotta believe me.”
Horizon Middle School in the Central Valley School District in Spokane Valley has announced its first quarter honor roll for the 2019-20 school year.
Not that she has anything to prove, but Lexie Hull just did. In Stanford’s season opener last weekend against San Francisco, the former high school All-American at Central Valley was so focused on playing defense that she didn’t give her offense much thought – until she saw the stat sheet. It was a new beginning for Hull, her twin sister Lacie, and a Cardinal team that could be among the best in school history.
Bragdon told The Spokesman-Review on Friday that he is longer coaching the Bears, who finished 22-5 and won the Greater Spokane League title last season.
Roundup of Saturday’s Washington state slowpitch softball action