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G-Prep Hires Rogers P.E. Director Carson, Former College Staffer, Will Coach Fabled Football Team

Dave Carson, 1998

Bowler’s Right On Target Fast Start In State Tournament Has Nelson Eyeing A Pro Career

1. Jamie Nelson’s bowling career is rolling right along, even though the Spokane woman has been competing seriously for only four years. Photo by Liz Kishimoto/The Spokesman-Review 2. Nelson

Sandberg Has Good Reason For Optimism Saxons Open Season Against U-Hi

Eric Sandberg can deliver wins for Ferris. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review

Daly Finds The Right Course Once Hard-Drinking Party Guy Sober For One Year

John Daly seems to take everything in stride these days. Photo by Associated Press

Flea With A Flair Leeb, The Smallest, Speediest Chief, Does Big Things

1. Leeb 2. Greg Leeb (20) scraps for the puck with a Portland Winter Hawk, while Spokane Chiefs coach Mike Babcock looks on from the bench. Photo by Jason Clark/The …

Cougars Learned Painful Lessons WSU’s Worst Baseball Season Was An Education For Players

WSU coach Steve Farrington wants his players to look for improvement. File/The Spokesman-Review

She’s Fast For Her Age Machala Began Running Late, But Has Made Up For Lost Time

June Machala has gained a roomful of ribbons and medals to go with the exercise benefits of her late-developing career as a runner. Photo by Jason Clark/The Spokesman-Review

At Long Last, Serious U.S. Boxer Sees Career Reach Its Peak After Years Of Fighting In Obscurity

FROM SPORTS REPLAY (March 13, 1998): A photgraph caption in Thursday’s editions identifying Moe Smith as the promoter for tonights’ USA vs. Ireland amateur boxing exhibition was inaccurate. Smith is …

He’s Ready To Mix It Up At Nationals Whitworth’s Leading Scorer Playing Big Role This Time

Jeff Mix

Live-Wire Coach Helps Huskies Get Dance Invite

Before Bob Bender the program was going nowhere, buried in an avalanche of ennui. Who wanted to come to Washington to play basketball? All the years of losing. A drafty, …

Hazing Hardens Servine ‘Fan Favorite’ Leads Saxons To State

UNPUBLISHED CORRECTION: The name of football player Jeremey Williams is misspelled in this story. The correct spelling was confirmed by his mother. When Tommy Servine delivers his picture-perfect jump shot …

Dad, Daughter Winning Team Brossmans Take Pullman To State

Christa Brossman shouts encouragement to her teammates. Photo by Roger Ames/The Spokesman-Review

Road To The B’S Has Been Long For Leschi’s Lach Senior Who Moved To U.S. When He Was Young Boy Has Gutted Out Tourney

Borin Lach is Chief Leschi’s Cambodian connection. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review

Davis Is New Queen Of The B’S Manson Sharpshooter Steals Show

Katie Davis is the all-time tournament scoring leader. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review

La Conner’s Otis Plays In Memory Of Brother

Andy Otis scores against Curlew. Photo by Roger Ames/The Spokesman-Review

Clancy Owns Up That He’s Ready Noted Techno-Thriller Author Waits For Final Nfl Approval Of Deal To Take Over Vikings

Author Tom Clancy expects to be a partisan onlooker when the Minnesota Vikings begin their 1998 National Football League season. Photo by Associated Press

Manson Star Finishes With A Nice Round Number Davis Collects A Record 50 Points As Trojans Move Toward A Trophy

Katie Davis shows Renee Pullian and Melissa Schmit that she has the write stuff. Photo by Torsten Kjellstrand/The Spokesman-Review

The Incredible Bulk Idaho Standout Tosi Does His Best To See That Push Comes To Shove

Idaho’s Mau Tosi has come to grips with his role. Photo by Geoff Crimmins/Special to The Spokesman-Review

At Peace, But Not At Rest While Admitting His Shortcomings, Former Cal Coach Todd Bozeman Hopes To Revive A Career Gone Sour

Todd Bozeman’s emphasis on recruiting prep All-Americans to Berkeley helped lead to his downfall. Photo by Associated Press

Vik Star Turns Corner Cda’s Hoorelbeke Matures Into Powerful Force On Offense

Six-foot-6 Casey Hoorelbeke is one of the focal points on offense for Coeur d’Alene as it heads into the state tournament this week. Photo by Liz Kishimoto/The Spokesman-Review

A Champion For The Ages Lawrence Stakes Claim As Idaho’s Best Ever

Jared Lawrence controls Jeremy Dolman of Meridian en route to win that earned the Sandpoint standout a fourth consecutive State A-1 title to cap a 133-0 career, the best in …

Daniel Has His Goals Fatherhood Helps WSU Star Hit Basketball, Life Objectives

By focusing on his responsibilities, WSU basketball star Carlos Daniel has come close to his goals. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review

Carmi Eberle Post Falls Year: Sophomore Sport: Basketball Position: Point Guard

Carmi Eberle

G-Man Comes With G-Force Big, Strong Hill Plans On Becoming Permanent Left Fielder For Mariners


Smoothing The Bumps After A Turbulent Start, Pirate Cruises To Nationals

Ben Heimerman’s drive and fiery attitude have helped Whitworth secure a spot in the NAIA Division II National Tournament. Photo by Jason Clark/The Spokesman-Review

Claudia Pechstein

Pechstein hopes to hug more Olympic gold in future. Photo by Associated Press

Andy Gabel

Speedskating No wonder they call him Grandpa. Andy Gabel says he hears strange noises coming from his joints when he wakes up in the morning, the wages of spending the …

Behind Enemy Lines Berry Likes Arena Home, Faces Ex-Teammates

Spokane Chiefs defenseman Rick Berry goes to work Wednesday at the Arena. Tonight, he challenges his former Seattle teammates. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review

Julie Parisien

Parisien makes comeback. Photo by Associated Press

Jaromir Jagr

Hockey Jaromir Jagr, the NHL’s highest-paid player, fondly remembers when he played for nothing. Back then, he was in the land he always has loved. One of the world’s best …