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Hayden’s Ella Wilson and Pinehurst’s Braylyn Bayer took top honors at the Idaho State Junior Amateur earlier this week at Pinecrest Golf Course in Idaho Falls.
Central Valley High’s Kami Twining and Gonzaga Prep’s Tommy Kimmel took top honors in the Washington Junior Golf Association (WJGA) District 5 championships held Monday and Tuesday at Palouse Ridge.
Shooting pain continues to streak down the lower half of Brandon Thomas’ right leg, much like it did in February when the Central Valley football standout began to realize something was awry.
Jeremy Wu-Yelland, a 2017 Central Valley grad, was selected in the fourth round of the 2020 MLB draft by the Boston Red Sox on Thursday.
For Central Valley distance runner Tyler Hunter, the “what if” caused by the pandemic might have been a school or league record in the 1,600- or 3,200-meter races.
Before the National Hockey League season came to a screeching halt last month, Tyler Johnson was a versatile center for the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Austin Rehkow was supposed to be in pads this weekend at CenturyLink Field in an XFL regular-season finale against the Seattle Dragons, a game that put the Houston Roughnecks punter close to his biggest supporters.
Felice Orrell’s first season as girls basketball coach at Central Valley reads something like a movie script, complete with a storybook ending.
Chloe Williams scored 20 points, Peyton Howard added 18 and No. 3 Central Valley (22-3) edged No. 1 Woodinville (28-0) 59-55 in the State 4A girls basketball championship game at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday.
Jabe Mullins, bound for Saint Mary’s in the fall, scored 26 points and Mt. Si beat Central Valley 58-47 in the State 4A boys basketball championship game at Tacoma Dome on Saturday.
When you get to Friday at state, everybody can play. Everybody belongs there. The underdogs have been weeded out, the titans come out to play.
Senior Peyton Howard scored 18 points with six assists and four steals as No. 3 Central Valley beat Union 61-53 in a State 4A semifinal Friday at the Tacoma Dome.
Six-foot-10 junior Gavin Gilstrap scored CV’s last four points, including a thunderous two-handed dunk that turned into the winning margin, and No. 4 Central Valley outlasted No. 11 Skyview 65-64 in a State 4A quarterfinal at Tacoma Dome.
Chloe Williams led five in double figures with 14 points and No. 3 Central Valley handled No. 12 Issaquah 72-55 in a State 4A quarterfinal at Tacoma Dome on Thursday.
Two-time defending State 4A champion Gonzaga Prep and State 3A runners-up Mt. Spokane are back for another go, while GSL and District 8 4A champ Central Valley looks to open some eyes on the west side.
The Greater Spokane League has placed a girls team in the State 4A title game in 16 of the past 19 years, with 12 champions. Central Valley will battle in this year’s 4A tourney, while Mt. Spokane has unfinished business in 3A.
Sophomore Dylan Darling scored 17 points off the bench and No. 4 Central Valley edged No. 5 Federal Way 76-72 in a 4A regional game at University HS.
Chloe Williams scored 17 points, MJ Bruno added 16 and third-seeded Central Valley used a 19-5 run in the third quarter to pull away from the sixth-seeded Glacier Peak 67-49.
Gavin Gilstrap scored 21 points with eight rebounds and Greater Spokane League champ Central Valley handled third-seeded Gonzaga Prep 68-53 in the late game at the Toyota Center in Kennewick.
Howard scored eight of her 19 points in the extra session and and top-seeded Central Valley outlasted seventh-seeded Mead 55-53 in the District 8 4A championship game at the Toyota Center in Kennewick