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Ferris earns playoff spot with victory

Ferris went into its Greater Spokane League regular-season boys basketball finale Thursday night not knowing next week’s District 8 4A tournament status. But the young team approached visiting Mt. Spokane …


Shanholtzer sparks Cusick in opener

Spencer Shanholtzer finished with 28 points and eight rebounds Wednesday as Cusick defeated visiting Wilbur-Creston 70-35 to open the District 7 1B boys basketball tournament. Tyler Edwards added 15 points …


Lind-Ritzville knocks off Liberty

Behind Cory Whitmore’s 17 points, Lind-Ritzville bounced back from a five-point halftime deficit to knock off visiting Liberty 57-51 as the Bi-County 2B boys basketball tournament opened Tuesday night. An …


Panthers get going early, beat Tigers

Mead used flashy first-quarter play by Ryane LaForte and Erik Hansen as springboard to a 55-42 Greater Spokane League boys basketball victory over visiting Lewis and Clark on Tuesday night. …


Mead rallies for win

Erik Hanson scored 12 of his 18 points in the second half when the Mead Panthers overcame a one-point halftime deficit to claim a 51-46 Greater Spokane League boys basketball …


Lakeside’s late shot beats Kettle Falls

Brady Blankevoort dropped in a short baseline floater with 15 seconds left on the clock and Lakeside made it stand up for a 51-50 Northeast A League win over visiting …


Trojans outplay T-Wolves

No team had matched the Lake City boys basketball team’s defense or effort in the first half of Inland Empire League play. That changed Tuesday when the No. 4-ranked Post …


EV boys making late playoff bid

East Valley swept weekend boys basketball games, including a victory over fellow 3A school Mt. Spokane, moving to within two games of the Wildcats for the fourth playoff berth with …


Crusaders win, remain unbeaten

Matt Zandbergen scored 16 and snared nine rebounds and Cameron Stephens added 11 points and nine boards to help the Northwest Christian Crusaders (17-0, 9-0) remain undefeated with 71-43 win …


LC topples Shadle

Beware of the uncaged Tiger. Lewis and Clark, winner of four straight games and five of its last six, is very much a factor in Greater Spokane League boys basketball.


Lake City boys, CdA girls reel in victories

There was nothing fishy about the Fight for the Fish spirit doubleheader Friday. The No. 1-ranked Coeur d’Alene girls concluded the regular season undefeated with their third consecutive victory over …


Tigers fall at hands of Lumberjacks

These double-doubles are starting to seem like old hat to St. Maries senior Aaron Corsi. Corsi had 15 points and 15 rebounds and added five blocked shots for good measure …


Blackhawks rally in final 4 minutes

Diondre Moore-Young came off the bench to spark a comeback Wednesday as Cheney defeated visiting Colville 61-54 in Great Northern League boys basketball. The Blackhawks (4-8, 2-4) trailed by seven …


Buzzer-beater lifts Post Falls

Malcolm Colbert connected from the corner at the buzzer to lift Post Falls to a 45-43 win at Moscow in an Inland Empire League boys basketball game Tuesday night. The …


Shadle, G-Prep tied

Expectations were met when Greater Spokane League boys basketball heavyweights Shadle Park and Gonzaga Prep squared off Tuesday night in a contest befitting title contenders. The showdown took an electric …


GSL boys leaders clash tonight at Shadle

The top two finishers in Greater Spokane League boys basketball are virtually assured. So, too, are the top four finishers in wrestling. Order of finish is another matter, although contests …


Mead boys upset Shadle

Mead capitalized on a zone defense the second half to reverse its fortunes and upset home-standing Shadle Park 59-56 in a makeup Greater Spokane League boys basketball game Monday night. …


Colfax pulls away for victory over Valley Christian

Ryan Conrad, Caleb Bravard and Alex Teade combined for 42 points Wednesday as the visiting Colfax Bulldogs defeated the host Valley Christian Panthers 54-44 in a Bi-County League 2B boys …


Timberwolves show more than expected

His Lake City boys basketball team had just knocked off Lewiston, the No. 1-ranked 5A team in the state. So Lake City coach Jim Winger’s comments were probably as predictable …


Wellpinit holds off Cusick

Where did all the scoring go? After combining for 200 points the last time they played, Wellpinit and Cusick couldn’t keep up the same pace Tuesday night – but that …


CV routs Shadle

Justin Walker started a series of four straight pins – sandwiched around a forfeit – that carried Central Valley to a 55-16 rout of visiting Shadle Park in Greater Spokane …


Unpredictable GSL boys basketball season unfolds

What in the name of high school boys basketball has been going on in the Greater Spokane League this year? Entering the second half of the season Tuesday, just two …


Halliday, Bates key Ferris victory

Connor Halliday tossed in 18 points, including nine in the fourth quarter, and Jason Bates hit three 3-pointers on his way to 15 points to lead the Ferris Saxons (6-5) …


In brief: Saxons win in OT

Amid the bedlam that is the Rubber Chicken spirit game, Ferris and Lewis and Clark did their best to heighten the excitement. Going back and forth, quarter by quarter, both …


In brief: CV rallies, wins at Mead

Central Valley rallied from a seven-point, first-quarter deficit to defeat Mead 42-41 Tuesday night and close ground on the Panthers in the Greater Spokane League. The visiting Bears (8-3) scored …


Shadle boys roll past NC

Shadle Park used balanced scoring and controlled the boards to ease past North Central 63-46 in a Greater Spokane League boys basketball makeup game on Monday. Anthony Brown led all …


G-Prep’s Fischer improved quickly

It is interesting to note that Sean Fischer – yes, the Gonzaga Prep 6-foot-1 guard who last week hung 31 points on defending State 4A champion Ferris – did not …


Vikings, Trojans grab early attention

I hope your 2009 has started better than mine. Nothing like a non-injury car accident two blocks from home – at a residential four-way intersection where snow berms blinded the …


Gonzaga Prep pulls away

Trailing 5-0 early during its game with North Central, unbeaten Gonzaga Prep ultimately had too much depth, which, matched with a non-stop defensive work ethic, produced a 65-35 Greater Spokane …


GSL race tightens

The unpredictable world of Greater Spokane League boys basketball didn’t disappoint Tuesday night. Among the night’s games, Mead (3-2) moved up with a victory at North Central (4-2), and Lewis …