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Despite looking the part with my “Grizzly Adams” beard, I’m not much of an outdoorsman, if I’m being honest.
When Major League Baseball, in its infinite wisdom, expanded the playoffs this season – further gimmicking up an already gimmicky proposition to begin with – pundits theorized that teams needed only to hover around .500 in order to qualify for a postseason bid.
All across the country, high school administrators are faced with a difficult decision – whether to allow students some sense of normalcy and return to athletic competition, while trying to decide whether it's safe to conduct in-person instruction in the classrooms, as the pandemic continues to rage on.
SEATTLE – Stop me if you’ve heard this one.
SEATTLE – This year was always going to feature some growing pains for the Seattle Mariners. The pandemic shortening the season to 60 games (or whatever they end up with) doesn’t do them any favors, baseball-wise (or financial), either.
When my editors asked if I wanted to drive over to Seattle to cover the Mariners' home opening series this weekend, I honestly had mixed emotions. Of course, I jumped at the chance. But it not without reservation.
I have to admit, I feel uneasy about the return of baseball – and even writing about it – while positive COVID-19 cases across the country are rising at an exponential rate.
The WIAA issued guidelines for the state's high school sports to return to play this fall. It doesn't – rather, can't – answer the question everyone wants to know: When will it be safe for our kids to play again?
My pop passed away in 2011 due to leukemia and a bit of his own stubbornness, so when Father’s Day rolls around each year it’s always a melancholy day. I suppose that’s not unique for anyone who has lost their father.
In my six years at the S-R, I’ve taken on a lot of different roles. For the next three months I’ll be returning to where I started, editing the Outdoors section.
Have we already witnessed the last State B tournament in Spokane? It’s entirely possible.
MLB wants to drastically streamline the minor league and how franchises operate, as soon as next season. The Spokane Indians figure to be impacted as much as anyone.
The Spokesman-Review High School Basketball Showcase in March 17 at Lewis and Clark High School. Here are the rosters and coaches for the all-star games.
A lot of folks were disappointed about the demise of the Jack Blair girls all-star basketball game. We figured, why not do something about it? And add a boys game for good measure.
It's time for Pick 6! SWX Sam Adams and Spokesman-Review Dave Nichols have their teams for the week. Who did they choose? Click to find out!
With two weeks left in Washington and one in the Idaho, seemingly every game on the packed schedule will impact a league race in each of the classifications.
Pick 6 is back! What NW Prep teams will be picked? Click to find out!
It’s hard to imagine there are just three weeks left in the football regular season, but here we are. The “finding out who we are” phase of the season is over and it’s time for teams to fight for fight for their playoff seeds.
It's for your high school football Pick 6 this week! Is your favorite team picked to win? You'll just have to click to find out!
It’s a 4A/3A week in the Greater Spokane League, so there are no playoff implications on the line – but there are a few interesting matchups.