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Intermountain

In predicted order of district finish: BONNERS FERRY BADGERS 1994-95 record: 2-3 in IML Coach: Conrad Garner


Ccs Looks For More Gaines Sasquatch Need Leadership To Win Another Title

Kelly Gaines has the drive to help the Community Colleges of Spokane women’s basketball team seek another NWAACC regional championship. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review


North Star

In predicted order of finish: LAKESIDE KNIGHTS 1994-95 record: 3-5 NSL, 12-10 overall Coach: Greg Stutzman Years coaching: 4


Lc Chases Away Recent History Coaches Select T-Wolves As Top Team

Coeur d’Alene coach Larry Bieber hopes his team can bounce back from its worst season in school history. For more on the Vikings, see C4. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


Gsl Boys

In predicted order of finish with last year’s records in parenthesis: Ferris Saxons (10-6 GSL, 13-8 overall) Coach: Wayne Gilman, 22nd year, 13th at Ferris; 381-250 overall, 139-53 league.


Gsl Girls

In predicted order of finish with last year’s records in parenthesis: Mead Panthers (15-1 GSL, 25-4 overall) Coach: Jeanne Helfer, 13th year; 222-108 overall, 136-56 league. Top returners: Stacy Clinesmith, …


Inland Empire

Post Falls newcomer Chad Quesnell puts up a shot over Coeur d’Alene center Luke O’Dowd. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


A-3 Independent

WALLACE MINERS 1994-95 record: 8-12 Coach: Dick Lillienkamp Years coaching: 15 Career record: 190-139 Top returners: Ryan Nipp, 6-foot-3, senior, post; Matt Hegbloom, 6-4, junior, p; John Heyn, 5-8, sr., …


Intermountain

In predicted order of finish: KELLOGG WILDCATS 1994-95 record: 9-1 IML co-champs, 21-4 overall Coach: Tony Kerfoot


Huskies Bunch Of Young Pups But Gobrecht Likes Potential, Personality Of The Newcomers

Laure Savasta, right, gives the Washington women experience at guard. File/Associated Press


From Almira To Whitworth, Dunham Quietly Makes Mark

Opponents can’t afford to overlook Whitworth forward Nate Dunham. Photo by Kristy MacDonald/The Spokesman-Review


The Old College Try Northington, 29, Tries To Help Whitworth To Another Title

Sherri Northington, left, gives the Whitworth Pirates a lift. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Gonzaga’s Top Dog Kinloch Provides Valuable Link To Past For Uninitiated Litter Of Young Bulldogs

Jon Kinloch and friends have made the Martin Centre, dubbed “The Kennel,” - the toughest place for WCC visitors to win. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review


Marquee Mark Hendrickson, One Of Pac-10’S Best Forwards, Leads Washington State

Mark Hendrickson leads WSU’s attempted drive to the top in the Pacific-10 Conference this season. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review


Aggers Brings A Brighter Outlook To Eastern

Enthusiastic first-year EWU men’s basketball coach Steve Aggers whistles while he works. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review


Changing Of The Guard UI Guard Shawn Dirden Is Straightening Out His Life

Shawn Dirden has abandoned a once chaotic lifestyle. The Spokesman-Review


Kirk Expects Nothing But The Best For Nic Former CV Standout Guard Adds Depth To Women’s Team

Tanya Kirk joined NIC women’s team. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review


Ewu Zones In On Successful Season Missall Exemplifies Eagles’ New Focus On Work Ethic

EWU’s Kristy Missall is ready to take off in her senior season. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review


Campfire Girls Gonzaga Women Unified After Weekend Retreat

Gonzaga center Amy Jo Silva isn’t the only Bulldog with reason to smile. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review


Cougs Ruff’n Ready Washington State Women Open Season In Honolulu

Her coach sees Washington State’s Jenni Ruff as a model of durability who avoids injury through conditioning. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review


Intermountain League

In predicted order of finish: MOSCOW BEARS 1994-95 record: 9-1 IML, 17-8 overall, fourth at state Coach: Sally Greene Years coaching: 9 Career record: 136-56


A-3 Independent

WALLACE MINERS 1994-95 record: 12-9 overall Coach: Art Krulitz Years coaching: 3 Career record: 25-19


Inland Empire

In predicted order of finish: LAKE CITY TIMBERWOLVES 1994-95 record: 7-1 IEL, 24-1 overall, state champion Coach: Dave Stockwell Years coaching: First as head coach


Stockwell Hopes Stock Will Hold New Coach Leads Lc In Defense Of State Title

New Lake City girls basketball coach Dave Stockwell hopes to direct Natalie Telford and teammates to more success. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review


North Star League

In predicted order of finish: LAKESIDE KNIGHTS 1994-95 record: 7-1 NSL, 12-12 overall, district champion Coach: Ron Miller Years coaching: 6 Career record: 91-62


Cardinals Ready To Roll Back On Track, North Idaho’s Wrestling Team Seems Strong At Every Weight

Seth Kernodle, left, and Josh Morton, both 150-pounders and Mead High School products, are matched in practice. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review


No Two Ways About It Hard-Driving Hilbert Puts Idaho Volleyball Program On Solid Footing

Tom Hilbert takes time to listen. Opposing fans aren’t always so lucky. Photo by Kristy MacDonald/The Spokesman-Review


Gsl Volleyball

Defending champion: Lewis and Clark (also State AAA champion) Returning all-leaguers: First team - Brandy Barratt, Gonzaga Prep; Lea Ruhl, Ferris; Tamara Van Engelen, North Central. Second team - Ingrid …


Sprague-Harrington Makes Neb-11 Whole Warriors Become Burgeoning League’s 11th Football Member, Giving Birth To New Scheduling Era

Seniors Tyson Deal and Steve Cannon could give Davenport the upper hand. Photo by Sandra Bancroft-Billings/The Spokesman-Review


Chewelah Pick To Be New Power Northeast A Football Preview

1. Six-foot-6 tackle Greg Rainer and his Chewelah teammates provide an experienced line. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review 2. Fullback/linebacker Greg Belzer returns for Chewelah. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review