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Tony Jarrett upstaged Olympic champion Allen Johnson and world record-holder Colin Jackson by winning the 110-meter hurdles race in 13.32 seconds at Crystal Palace in London. Four El Dorado, Kan., …


Shadow Battle Yakima For Postseason Positioning

The Spokane Shadow will take on the Yakima Reds Friday at 7 p.m. at Spokane Falls Community College. The Shadow will be battling to remain in first place in the …


Shadow Use Heads, Shoot Down Top Guns

Hand it to the Spokane Shadow. They really know how to hold a crowd. For at least the fifth time this season - and team officials suspect the number is …


Hammers Nail Shadow Put End To Spokane’s Winning Streak With 3-1 Victory

Craig Waibel, right, and the Shadow have their 10-game winning streak snapped by the Hammers on Saturday night. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review


Berto’s Goals Push Shadow Streak To Nine

Dave Berto scored twice and Zane Higgins played setup man again as the Spokane Shadow ran their USISL win streak to nine Friday by overpowering the Fontana Falcons 5-2 in …


Martinson Scores Twice As Shadow Down Cascade

Comeback victories are becoming routine for the Spokane Shadow. For the second straight day, the Shadow rallied from behind, winning 2-1 at Cascade in a USISL soccer match on Saturday.


U.S. In Title Game

Keith O’Neill scored twice in the first 33 minutes and Ireland dominated Bolivia 3-0, leaving today’s United States-Mexico game to decide the winner of exhibition U.S. Cup ‘96. The victory …


Shadow Grabs Fifth Straight Win

The Spokane Shadow soccer team picked up its fifth consecutive win Saturday night by defeating the Fontana (Calif.) Falcons 4-1 at Spokane Falls Community College. The Shadow (6-1, 8-2 overall) …


Shadow Bounce Back, Give Bigfoot A Swift Kick

John Nagel kicked the post and then the Shadow kicked the Bigfoot. The Spokane Shadow rallied from two goals down to defeat the Everett Bigfoot 3-2 in a game between …


Late Charge Keys Shadow Romp

More than halfway through Saturday’s match, the Spokane Shadow trailed 1-0 and appeared to have nothing cooking. Appearances, in this case, were deceiving.


Princeton Takes Lacrosse Title

Jesse Hubbard, who has perhaps the hardest, fastest shot in lacrosse, scored Princeton’s first and last goals during a three-goal performance against Virginia. His final one, a rocket from 10 …


Shadow’s Seely Earns 2nd Honor

Tim Seely, whose late goal lifted the Spokane Shadow to a 1-0 victory over the Bellingham Orcas Saturday and a 2-0 record to start the USISL season, was named to …


Mexico Beats Guatemala

Mexico defeated Guatemala 1-0 to reach the final round of the CONCACAF Gold Cup against Brazil. Mexico will play Brazil Sunday in Los Angeles. Guatemala will meet the U.S. for …


Canada Upsets Honduras In Opener Of Gold Cup

Canada upset Caribbean champion Honduras 3-1 Wednesday night in the opening game of the Gold Cup. Carlo Corazzin and Lyndon Hooper put Canada ahead in the ninth and 26th minutes. …


Africa To Hold 2006 World Cup

The World Cup will be played in Africa for the first time, FIFA president Joao Havelange told a Rio daily in an interview. “Africa’s time has come,” Havelange told Jornal …


Sports People

Miami Heat forward Billy Owens will be sidelined seven to 10 days with a severely bruised right shoulder. … Samantha Tomlinson, Auburn-Montgomery’s record-breaking shot-blocker, has been kicked off the team …


Mexico, Colombia Play To 2-2 Tie

Mexico and Colombia, which had played scoreless ties in four of their past five meetings, broke out of at least part of that rut on Wednesday, playing to a spirited …


Mead Stops Richland; Ferris Eliminated, 2-1

Mead’s first goal by Stacey Clinesmith off a Missy Strasburg pass was all the Panthers needed as they defeated Richland 3-0 in the GSL/Big Nine Regional state playoffs Saturday at …


Miscellany

In a pregame exhibition in Oakland, Calif., the Colorado Silver Bullets women’s team beat a men’s squad from the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department 9-1. The Silver Bullets have improved to …


Uruguay Downs Brazil

Uruguay, looking to reassert itself after missing the last World Cup, beat mighty Brazil 5-3 on penalty kicks to win the America Cup a record 14th time. After the teams …


First-Half Goals Sink Shadow In Finale

It was the final seconds of the first half that the Spokane Shadow would most like to forget as it closed out its inaugural season. That’s when the Seattle Hammers …


Colombia Reaches Semis

Colombia reached the semifinals of the America Cup, beating Paraguay 5-4 on penalties after the teams were tied at 1-1. In the second match, Uruguayan striker Daniel Fonseca scored the …


U.S. Readies For Action

Ecuador beat Peru 2-1 in the America Cup, clinching a a spot in the second round for Mexico and Colombia and putting the United States in precarious position. The Americans …


Copa Soccer Begins

Ronaldo scored on a header in the 72nd minute as World Cup champion Brazil beat Ecuador 1-0 in an opening game of Group B play in the Copa America soccer …


Miscellany

At Montevideo, Uruguay, Paraguay, which has not qualified for the World Cup since 1986, rallied past Mexico 2-1 in the America Cup. Mexico and the United States are in the …


American Women Collect Bronze At World Cup

Mia Hamm set up the first goal with a corner and scored in the second half as the United States beat China 2-0 Saturday to win the bronze medal in …


Akers Still Aching

Michelle Akers is ready to go. The question is if the world’s top female soccer player will ever get the chance to play in this women’s World Cup. She’ll be …


U.S. Women Advance At World Cup Tourney By Beating Australia

USA’s Tiffeny Millbrett tries to get the upper hand on Austria’s Alison Foreman during the women’s soccer World Cup in Helsingborg, Sewden. USA defeated Australia 4-1 to move into the …


Shadow Bumble Opportunities, Fall To Yakima

Spokane’s Tim Seely, left, turns the corner on a Yakima defender, but the Shadow can’t get past the Reds. Photo by Molly O’Hara/The Spokesman-Review


Shadow Return, ‘Willing To Work’

The Spokane Shadow, chomping at the bit after a long layoff, hope to chow down on Yakima tonight when they make their official home debut. The fledgling amateur team in …