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  • Charlies Gold beat ES Elite in the six-foot and under championship game.

    Sights from Sunday's 2017 Spokane Hoopfest

    Spokane Hoopfest brought many surprises and new champions this year. In the coed bracket, Bamm defeated FarmGirlFit, 20-9 for the championship. In the women's elite bracket, YYC Canada defeated Lady Monstars, 20-15 and and were crowned champions.

  • Kevin Durant posing in front of screaming fans.

    Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant makes appearance at Hoopfest

    Golden State Warriors' star and NBA champion, Kevin Durant made an appearance Sunday at Spokane Hoopfest. The 2017 NBA champion played some basketball with kids and thanked the fans for their support. Here's some pictures of Kevin Durant at 2017 Spokane Hoopfest:
  • Matt Hanson, Haley Chura win IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene 70.3

    The pro triathlon athletes have crossed the finish line in Coeur d'Alene. After hitting the water at 6 a.m. the two champions, Matt Hanson and Haley Chura were crowned Sunday morning in the IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene 70.3 race. 

  • Astros stop Mariners win streak at six, 5-2

    SEATTLE -- Josh Reddick homered, Brian McCann added a three-run double and Lance McCullers pitched into the sixth inning in his return from the disabled list to lift the Houston Astros to a 5-2 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night.

  • Spokane's Hoopfest brings many unique festivities

    It's not all about the basketball. Spokane's Hoopfest has many other festivities to offer during the weekend.

  • 2017 Spokane Hoopfest sights: Men's Elite Bracket

    Everyone's eyes were on the defending champions in the men's elite bracket: Bud Light and Desert Horse. Bud Light got a first-round bye and their first game didn't start until 11:00 a.m. against Spokanepsychandneuro

  • 2017 Spokane Hoopfest sights: Women's Elite Bracket

    The 2017 Spokane Hoopfest women's elite bracket started off with the MM Power Rangers upsetting Stay Savage. Despite the upset, MM Power Rangers' stay in the winners bracket didn't last long.

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    Chiefs' McGrew drafted by Sharks in 6th round

    Spokane Chiefs forward Jake McGrew was selected 159th overall by the San Jose Sharks in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.

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    Spokane's Anderson-Dolan drafted 41st overall by LA Kings

    Spokane Chiefs forward Jaret Anderson-Dolan was selected 41st overall (second round) by the Los Angeles Kings in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft on Saturday in Chicago.

  • Spokane Indians drop their 4th straight game

    Canadians score three runs in the 8th to beat Indians 8-5

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- Kacy Clemens hit a two-run single in the eighth inning, leading the Vancouver Canadians to an 8-5 win over the Spokane Indians on Friday.

  • Mariners win 6th straight game

    Mariners get 13-3 victory over Astros in Felix Hernandez's return

    SEATTLE (AP) - Felix Hernandez pitched six solid innings in his first start in nearly two months and was backed by home runs from Mike Zunino, Ben Gamel and Kyle Seager in the Seattle Mariners' 13-3 win over the Houston Astros on Friday night.

  • New Orleans' Summer League begins on July 7

    Gonzaga's Jordan Mathews takes alternate route to NBA, New Orleans Pelicans

    Jordan Mathews is walking in the footsteps of former Gonzaga teammate Kyle Wiltjer, following the Houston Rocket's path to the NBA. After going undrafted in the 2017 NBA Draft, Mathews drew attention from three NBA teams about possibly playing for their Summer League team and ultimately chose the New Orleans Pelicans.

  • Kailer Yamamoto is the 1st Chiefs player selected in first round since 2009.

    Spokane Chiefs' Kailer Yamamoto selected 22nd overall by the Edmonton Oilers

    Spokane Chiefs star Kailer Yamamoto has been selected 22nd overall by the Edmonton Oilers in the 2017 NHL Draft. Yamamoto becomes the first Spokane Chiefs player to be selected in the first round of the NHL draft since Jared Cowen was taken by the Ottawa Senators in 2009.

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    EWU's Jacob Wiley will join the Brooklyn Nets

    In a way, it was a blessing for former Eastern Washington University basketball player Jacob Wiley not to be chosen in the two rounds of the National Basketball Association Draft in Brooklyn, N.Y.   But he'll wind up in Brooklyn anyway, as the Nets.

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    Gonzaga's Justin Jacobs & Jake Roberts sign pro baseball contracts

    SPOKANE, Wash.—Two more Gonzaga baseball players realized their dreams of signing a professional contract this week as Justin Jacobs signed as a free agent with the Texas Rangers and Jake Roberts came to terms with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jacobs enters the pro ranks coming off a strong senior campaign.

  • Gonzaga's Zach Collins was selected 10th overall in this year's NBA Draft.

    WATCH: Gonzaga's Zach Collins' path to the NBA through hard work and sacrifice

    Our Sam Adams got a chance to talk with Gonzaga's Zach Collins after he was selected 10th overall in this year's NBA Draft. Collins talks about how his work ethic brought him to the position he's in and how he plans to use that to help the Portland Trailblazers.

  • Fultz is the first-ever Husky to go No. 1 overall in the NBA Draft

    WATCH: UW's Markelle Fultz talks about being the No. 1 draft pick

    Our Femi Abebefe got a chance to talk with Washington Huskies' Markelle Fultz about being drafted No. 1 overall in the NBA Draft. Fultz was the first-ever Husky taken first overall in the NBA Draft and talks about how he plans to help the Philadelphia 76ers this upcoming season.

  • Mariners one game over .500 for 1st time this season

    Mariners win 5th straight, beating Tigers 9-6

    SEATTLE (AP) - Robinson Cano hit a grand slam and a two-run homer, Andrew Moore pitched seven effective innings to win in his big league debut, and the Seattle Mariners held off the Detroit Tigers 9-6 on Thursday night for their fifth straight victory.    

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    UW becomes 1st school to produce top pick in NBA and WNBA Drafts

    SEATTLE – Following tonight's NBA draft, the University of Washington became the first school to produce the top pick in the NBA and WNBA drafts in the same academic year as Markelle Fultz joined Kelsey Plum as the first overall draft pick.   The duo not only made history as the first tandem of top picks in the WNBA and NBA drafts to come from the same school, but also from the same conference.

  • Williams-Goss becomes the second Zag selected in this year's draft

    Gonzaga's Nigel Williams-Goss selected 55th overall by the Utah Jazz

    Former Gonzaga guard Nigel Williams-Goss was selected 55th overall by the Utah Jazz in this year's NBA Draft. Williams-Goss becomes the second Gonzaga player taken in the 2017 NBA Draft (Zach Collins, #10 to Portland) and the third Bulldogs' player selected in the past two years.

  • Portland Trailblazers finished 41-41 last season

    Gonzaga's Zach Collins selected 10th overall by the Sacramento Kings

    Former Gonzaga forward Zach Collins was selected 10th overall by the Sacramento Kings in the 2017 NBA Draft. Collins becomes the Bulldogs' third lottery pick in the last five years, joining Kelly Olynyk (13th in 2013) and Domantas Sabonis (11th in 2016).

  • Fultz is the first Husky to be drafted 1st overall

    UW's Markelle Fultz selected 1st overall by the Philadelphia 76ers

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Philadelphia 76ers select Washington guard Markelle Fultz with No. 1 pick in the NBA draft. Fultz set the UW freshman single-season points record with his 579 points.

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    Former Chiefs HC Don Nachbaur named LA Kings Assistant Coach

    The LA Kings have agreed to terms with Don Nachbaur to serve as Assistant Coach, it was announced today by LA Kings Vice President and General Manager Rob Blake and Kings Head Coach John Stevens. Nachbaur joins Assistant Coach Dave Lowry (hired on May 30) and Goaltending Coach Bill Ranford.

  • Spokane natives Yamamoto, Johnson breaking the mold on the ice

    The scouting reports on Kailer Yamamoto are pretty much all the same: speedy, skilled, a pure scorer -- and undersized. "It gives me that drive to want to push past everybody and be the best player I can be," Yamamoto says of constantly hearing about his 5-9, 160-lb. frame. "Ultimately my goal is to be the best player every time I step on the ice. It gets a little frustrating but it gives me that drive and helps me out in the end."   There's a small group of ...

  • Mariners win fourth straight game, beating Tigers 7-5

    Dyson's bunt sparks Mariners to 7-5 win over Tigers

    SEATTLE (AP) - Jarrod Dyson's bunt single broke up Justin Verlander's bid for a perfect game in the sixth inning Wednesday night and sparked the Seattle Mariners to a 7-5 comeback win over the Detroit Tigers.

  • Indians drop second straight game to Dust Devils

    Indians drop second straight game to Dust Devils, 5-1

    PASCO, Wash. (AP) -- Aldemar Burgos homered and had three hits, driving in three, and Emmanuel Ramirez allowed just one hit over six innings as the Tri-City Dust Devils defeated the Spokane Indians 5-1 on Wednesday. Ramirez (1-0) allowed one run while striking out seven and walking two to pick up the win.

  • The Sounders will play the Timbers Sunday on ESPN

    Sounders give up last-second goal, tie Orlando City 1-1

    SEATTLE (AP) - Scott Sutter headed in a free kick on the last play of second-half stoppage time to lift Orlando City to a 1-1 tie with the Seattle Sounders on Wednesday night. The Lions (7-5-5) were awarded a free kick 12 yards up from the goal line outside the penalty area on the left side.

  • Kraziness in the Kennel is on Oct. 7 & FanFest is on Oct. 14

    Kraziness in the Kennel & FanFest dates announced

    SPOKANE, Wash. -- Gonzaga basketball has finalized dates for Numerica Kraziness in the Kennel for Oct. 7, and Numerica FanFest on Oct. 14. Fans will get the early details on this year's Numerica Kraziness in the Kennel and Numerica FanFest events, and meet some of their favorite men's and women's basketball players

  • The NBA Draft will start Thursday at 4:00 p.m.

    Where will Gonzaga's Zach Collins land in the NBA Draft?

    Gonzaga forward Zach Collins is moments away from fulfilling his dream and being drafted in Thursday's NBA Draft. This year's NBA Draft could be historic for the Bulldogs, as they could potentially have a player selected in the first round in back-to-back years for the first time in school history.

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    LCSC's Gunnar Buhner signs with Philadelphia Phillies

    LEWISTON, Idaho – The list of Lewis-Clark State College baseball players in the minor leagues continues to grow as Gunnar Buhner has signed a free-agent contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.   LCSC, which won its third straight Avista NAIA World Series title earlier this month and its 19th overall, had seven players selected in the Major League draft last week. Buhner, the son of former Major League outfielder Jay Buhner, wasn’t sel...

  • Hoopfest will run from June 24-25.

    Special Olympics Washington to feature 62 teams at 2017 Spokane Hoopfest

    Special Olympics Washington will feature 62 teams at the 2017 Spokane Hoopfest, displaying some of the most-skilled and competitive traditional and Unified (athletes with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team) 3-on-3 squads Special Olympics has to offer. 

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    Mariners' pitcher Andrew Moore called up from Triple-A Tacoma

    SEATTLE -- Andrew Moore, the Mariners' most advanced pitching prospect, was called up from Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday and will replace struggling veteran Yovani Gallardo in the rotation, with right-hander Christian Bergman being optioned back to Tacoma.

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    Gonzaga's 2017 volleyball schedule released

    SPOKANE, Wash.--The 2017 volleyball season is coming up quickly, and Gonzaga head coach Diane Nelson announced the Bulldogs' schedule for the upcoming campaign on Wednesday. Gonzaga faces a balanced schedule this season, complete with 10 opponents that posted winning records last season and three that reached the NCAA Tournament - Denver, BYU, and San Diego. The Bulldogs will play 12 matches inside the Martin Centre, the first three of which will come at the Za...

  • Seager's 10th inning walk-off leads Seattle over Detroit 5-4

    Kyle Seager's double off the wall in right field scored Tyler Smith from second base with the winning run and gave the Seattle Mariners a 5-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers in 10 innings Tuesday night.

  • Indians fall to Dust Devils in road opener 10-0

    Tucker Pennell had four hits and four RBI, and Jim McDade struck out 10 hitters over seven innings as the Tri-City Dust Devils defeated the Spokane Indians 10-0 on Tuesday.

  • Christian Inoa walk-off leads Spokane past Boise 7-6

    Cristian Inoa hit a walk-off single with one out in the ninth inning, as the Spokane Indians topped the Boise Hawks 7-6 on Monday. 

  • Mike Zunino continues hot streak, leads Mariners past Tigers 6-2

    Mike Zunino continued his torrid month with a pair of two-run home runs, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 6-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Monday night.

  • Indians split Father's Day doubleheader with Hawks

    Spokane Indians Spokane, WASH. - The Spokane Indians split Sunday's Father's Day doubleheader with the Boise Hawks, highlighted by an offensive explosion and dominant pitching in game two's 10-0 victory. 5,848 fans came out to Avista Stadium to enjoy Sunday's Luke, I Am Your Father's Day Game presented by Inland Imaging, KXLY 4 News, Rock 94 1/2, 700 ESPN and Family Guide. Game One Game one of Sunday's Father's Day doubleheader saw early offense and dominant pitching, as Boise top...
  • Eric Dunmire Enters Butte Hall of Fame

    The Butte Sports Hall of Fame welcomed the Class of 2017 on Friday night in a ceremony at the Butte Civic Center. 

  • Mariners avoid sweep with 7-3 win over Rangers

    After consecutive six-run losses against Texas, the Settle Mariners got to the Rangers' ace Sunday and earned a long-awaited victory in Arlington.

  • The Mariners have now lost three in a row.

    Napoli hits two home runs as Rangers top Mariners 10-4

    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- The Texas Rangers' biggest scoring surge of the season has the two-time AL West champions back over .500 for the first time since May 24. Mike Napoli hit two home runs, connecting along with Rougned Odor and Shin-Soo Choo in the sixth inning to power the Rangers past the Seattle Mariners 10-4 on Saturday. Following Friday night's 10-4 win in the series opener, the Rangers have their first back-to-back double-digit scoring games of the season. Napoli's two-r...
  • Spokane will play Boise tomorrow at 6:30

    Sights from Spokane Indians' opening day at Avista Stadium

    The Spokane Indians held their season opener against the Boise Hawks on Friday, after their scheduled season opener was canceled on Thursday due to rain. The Indians' game against the Hawks went into extra innings, but Spokane fell to Boise 5-4 on opening day. Despite the loss, over 6,000 people showed up for opening day. Here's some sights from opening day at Avista Stadium.

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    Sounders prepare for clash against New York City FC

    The Seattle Sounders (5-4-6) prepare for an interconference matchup with the Eastern Conference's New York City FC (7-3-5) on Saturday. This will be the first time these two teams meet this season and will be a nationally televised game on ESPN at Yankee Stadium.

  • Mariners have now lost back-to-back games

    Mariners fall to Rangers in series opener, 10-4

    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Tyson Ross allowed just a pair of runs in his first start in 14 months and Carlos Gomez homered to help the Texas Rangers beat the Seattle Mariners 10-4 on Friday night. Ross (1-0) made his Rangers debut and started for the first time since opening day last year when he pitched for the Padres.

  • Empire take on Screaming Eagles Friday at 6:00 p.m.

    Spokane Empire prepare for biggest game of season

    The Spokane Empire (8-7, 7-4) will travel to Salt Lake on Friday to take on the Screaming Eagles (4-11, 3-8) and wrap up the 2017 regular season. This is a must-win game for the Empire if they want to make the Intense Conference playoffs.

  • Mariners start a three-game series against the Rangers Friday

    Mariners fall to Twins in series finale, 6-2.

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- After going deep twice in a game for the first time in his big league career, Chris Gimenez still has more mop-up relief appearances this season than home runs. Wait, maybe the Minnesota Twins have this whole thing backward with their backup catcher. "Hopefully I'm one of the better hitting pitchers in the league

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    Seattle Seahawks wrap up offseason program

    The Seahawks’ 2017 offseason program came to a close on Thursday at Renton’s Virginia Mason Athletic. The team will now enjoy six weeks away from club headquarters before training camp begins in late July. But before departing for the summer, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll took time to meet with the media and update the injury status of several key personnel.

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    Spokane Chiefs send Morrisseau to Regina for draft picks

    SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Chiefs announced Thursday that they have traded forward Koby Morrisseau to the Regina Pats in exchange for future draft picks. “Looking at our forward numbers and depth, we felt this was the right move for our organization at this time,

  • The Indians take on the Hawks Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on SWX.

    Spokane Indians open season against Boise Hawks Thursday on SWX

    The Spokane Indians will kick off the 2017 season with a five-game series against the Boise Hawks beginning on Thursday. Cole Ragans will be the opening day starting pitcher for the Indians in a game you can see on SWX, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

  • Mariners are now 33-34 on the season

    Mariners move one game back of .500 after 6-4 win over Twins

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Mitch Haniger and Mike Zunino homered against Ervin Santana early, and the Seattle Mariners bullpen held off the Minnesota Twins late in a 6-4 victory Wednesday night.

  • Helena Senators Fall to Missoula Mavericks

    Helena Senators hosted the Missoula Mavericks in a Legion AA baseball doubleheader at Kindrick Legion Field in Helena.

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    Gonzaga's Frost and Bohling taken on final day of MLB Draft

    SECAUCUS. N.J.--Two more Gonzaga baseball players were selected on the final day of the 2017 MLB First Year Player Draft Wednesday as Tyler Frost and Jeff Bohling both went early in the day. In the 15th round, the Chicago White Sox selected Frost with the 12th pick of the frame.

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    Three WSU Cougars selected on Day 3 of MLB Draft

    NEW YORK – Washington State redshirt-junior pitcher Damon Jones, junior third baseman Shane Matheny and junior pitcher Colby Nealy were selected in the Major League Baseball Draft Wednesday.

  • In total, the Mariners selected 40 players in the 2017 MLB Draft.

    Mariners make 30 selections on Day 3 of the MLB Draft

    SEATTLE, Wash. -- Seattle Mariners Director of Amateur Scouting Scott Hunter announced today that the club selected 40 players in the 2017 Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft, highlighted by their first pick, infielder Evan White, who was the 17th overall selection in the draft.

  • The Lewis-Clark State Warriors had six players drafted on Day 3 of MLB Draft

    Familiar faces selected on Day 3 of MLB Draft

    Day 3 (rounds 11-40) of the MLB Draft concluded today and many familiar faces were selected. The Lewis-Clark State Warriors had six players selected in rounds 11-40 and are coming of their 19th and third consecutive NAIA National Championship. The Washington State Cougars had three players drafted on Day 3 (Jones, Matheny, Nealy), while the Gonzaga Bulldogs had two drafted (Frost, Bohling).

  • Mayweather to fight UFC star McGregor Aug. 26

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. said Wednesday he will come out of retirement to face UFC star Conor McGregor in a boxing match on Aug. 26.      Mayweather, who retired in September 2015 after winning all 49 of his pro fights, will face a mixed martial arts fighter who has never been in a scheduled 12-round fight at the MGM Grand arena.

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    Gonzaga's Eli Morgan named first team All-American

    SPOKANE, Wash.—Junior starting pitcher Eli Morgan picked up the highest honor of his career Wednesday, earning Perfect Game/Rawlings First Team All-America accolades. Morgan, the eighth-round draft pick of Cleveland on June 13, earned the high national honor after a standout junior season.

  • Previous record for hits allowed: 26 vs. Boston on August 15th, 2015

    Mariners give up franchise record 28 hits in 20-7 loss to Twins

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Eddie Rosario hit three home runs and drove in five runs and the Minnesota Twins set a franchise record with 28 hits while batting around in two different innings of a 20-7 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.

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    Relive 10 of the greatest moments in Safeco Field's history

    The naming rights partnership between Safeco Insurance and the Seattle Mariners will be coming to an end after the conclusion of the 2018 MLB season, the parties announced on Tuesday.

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    LCSC’s Brogdon selected by Phillies in 10th round of MLB draft

    LEWISTON, Idaho – Connor Brogdon, a 6-foot- senior right-handed pitcher, became only the eighth Lewis-Clark State College baseball player to be drafted in the 10th round or lower since 1999 when the Philadelphia Phillies selected him in the 10th round in the 2017 Major League Baseball draft.

  • Mills selected in 3rd round by Mariners, Morgan selected in 8th round by Indians.

    Pair of Gonzaga pitchers selected on day 2 of MLB Draft

    SECAUCUS, N.J.— A pair of star Gonzaga pitchers heard their names called on day two of the 2017 MLB First Year Player Draft Tuesday. Senior reliever Wyatt Mills was selected in the third round and 83rd overall pick by the Seattle Mariners while junior starter Eli Morgan went in the eighth round and 252nd overall to the Cleveland Indians.

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    WSU football locks in nonconference schedule through 2021 season

    PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State football has completed its nonconference schedule through the 2021 season and it will have the Cougars playing seven home games in four of the next five years, WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Monday. 

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    Mariners select Gonzaga pitcher Wyatt Mills in 3rd round of MLB Draft

    SEATTLE -- Mariners amateur scouting director Scott Hunter was thrilled with the club's top two picks on the first day of the MLB Draft on Monday, but immediately noted that the work was just beginning and said rounds 3-10 on Tuesday would be critical as well. The 2017 Draft is being broadcast live on MLB.com and will conclude on Wednesday

  • 2017 will officially be the last year of the full IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene triathlon

    In what the World IRONMAN Corporation is calling a "sunset" year, 2017 will officially be the final IRON 140.6 Coeur d'Alene. That announcement was made by the WIC in response to recent rumors and speculation that the full IRONMAN was in jeopardy in North Idaho.

  • Safeco Field to get a new name

    SEATTLE, Wash. - The 20 year partnership between the Seattle Mariners and Safeco Insurance will come to an end next year.  The Mariners announced on Tuesday the naming rights will not be extended past 2018. The Mariners and Safeco reach the naming agree back in 1998 before the stadium opened in 1999. 

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    Meet the 2017 Spokane Indians coaching staff

    The Spokane Indians begin their 2017 campaign on Thursday when they host the Boise Hawks on SWX. As always, this year's team will feature many fresh faces on the field, but it's also a new coaching staff, but it's also a new coaching staff.

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    Former Mt. Spokane pitcher Drew Rasmussen selected by Rays in MLB Draft

    ST. PETERSBURG -- Tommy John surgery is in the rearview mirror for Drew Rasmussen, and the Rays see a lot of potential for the Oregon State right-hander. The Rays opened Competitive Balance Round A of Monday's MLB Draft by selecting Oregon State right-hander Drew Rasmussen with the 31st overall pick.

  • Mariners beat Twins 14-3.

    Cruz drives in 4; Mariners cruise past Twins 14-3

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Nelson Cruz drove in four runs, Mitch Haniger had four hits, and the Seattle Mariners started a series against Minnesota with a football score for the second time in a week to beat the Twins 14-3 on Monday night.

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    Sherman, Wilson & Thomas unveiled on NFL Network’s Top 100

    The NFL Network’s countdown of the Top 100 players of 2017 continued Monday with players ranked 30th through 21st, and three more Seahawks were on the list: cornerback Richard Sherman at 21, quarterback Russell Wilson at 24 and safety Earl Thomas at 30.

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    Mariners take 1B Evan White in the 1st round of MLB Draft

    SEATTLE -- Evan White, a 21-year-old first baseman from the University of Kentucky, was the Mariners' first-round pick (No. 17 overall) in Monday's MLB Draft. White, a USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award semifinalist, is a right-handed hitter who put up a .373/.453/637 line with 10 home runs and 41 RBIs in 53 games this past season for Kentucky.

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    Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy earns another $55k for hitting weight clause

    Seattle Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy will earn another $55,000 for weighing under 250 pounds on Monday, according to his agent Jeremy Fowler. Lacy's new contract with the Seahawks includes a total of seven weigh-ins in order to keep him at an optimal weight.

  • Mariners beat Blue Jays 4-2

    Blue Jays shutout Mariners 4-0; handing Paxton 1st loss of 2017

    SEATTLE (AP) - Josh Donaldson hit a two-run homer in the first inning and finished with three RBIs, J.A. Happ rediscovered the form that made him a 20-game winner last season with six shutout innings, and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Seattle Mariners 4-0 on Sunday.      Donaldson and the Blue Jays knocked out Seattle starter James Paxton (5-1) after just four innings, handing him his first loss of the season and sending the thousands of Toronto fans from western Canad...
  • Former M's engineer Blue Jays win over Mariners 4-2

    SEATTLE (AP) - Ezequiel Carrera led off the eighth inning with his fifth homer of the season to break a 2-all tie, Kendrys Morales and Justin Smoak each added long balls and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Saturday night.      Morales' two-run shot in the fourth inning, his 12th of the season, stood as Toronto's only hit until the seventh. After Seattle pulled even at 2-all, Carrera drove a sinker from Tony Zych (2-2) that stayed in the middle of ...
  • Brooks-Johnson earns All-America honors; finishing 6th in heptathlon at NCAA Track & Field Championships

    EUGENE, Ore. -- Washington State’s Alissa Brooks-Johnson overcame a strong national field and deplorable weather conditions to capture sixth place in the heptathlon Saturday at the NCAA DI Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene. Brooks-Johnson, a redshirt junior from Doty, Wash., and two-time Pac-12 Champion, ended the first day’s four events in 12th position with 3,251 points. Saturday she had solid performances in the final three events to scor...
  • Empire fall short against Barnstormers 58-28; suffering 3rd straight road loss

    Spokane Empire SPOKANE, WA - The Spokane Empire (8-7, 7-4) were defeated by the Iowa Barnstormers (13-2, 8-2)  in Week 17 of the 2017 IFL regular season at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, IA by a score of 58-28. It only took three snaps for the Barnstormers to score, as quarterback Travis Partridge connected with Brady Roland to quickly go up 7-0. Spokane signal caller Aaron Wilmer took over and though having success running the ball himself, he could not connect with a pass t...

  • Mariners beat Blue Jays 4-2

    Mariners get back to .500 as they beat the Blue Jays 4-2

    SEATTLE (AP) -- Danny Valencia and Jarrod Dyson had RBI singles as part of Seattle's seventh-inning rally, and the Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Friday night for their 10th win in 12 games. .

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    Gonzaga's Fraley becomes Bulldogs' first-ever track All-American

    EUGENE, Ore. -- Gonzaga's Troy Fraley placed seventh in the 3,000-meter steeplechase national final at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Friday. Fraley crossed the line with a time of 8:35.38 at Historic Hayward Field on the campus of the University of Oregon.

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    Los Angeles Rams sign former EWU great Cooper Kupp

    The Rams took care of some remaining offseason business on Friday, signing draftees Gerald Everett, Cooper Kupp, and John Johnson. Across the NFL, different teams go through various ways of having all of their draft picks sign their first rookie contract. Some like to get it done as soon as possible, having many of the players sign during the weekend of rookie minicamp.

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    Cougs add grad transfer Drick Bernstine from North Dakota

    PULLMAN, Wash. – Graduate transfer Drick Bernstine (6-8, 220, Aurora, Colo./North Dakota) has signed a Financial Aid Agreement (FAA) to join the Washington State men’s basketball program for the 2017-18 season, WSU head coach Ernie Kent announced Friday.

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    Eight Seahawks make CBS Sports’ top 100 players of 2017

    Longtime NFL writer Pete Prisco of CBS Sports compiled a list of his top 100 players for the 2017 season.  Prisco took into account how players performed in 2016, but the majority of the list looks ahead to next season.

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    WSU WBB's Ivana Kmetovska signs pro contract with CD Zamarat

    PULLMAN, Wash. – Former Washington State women's basketball forward Ivana Kmetovska will continue her basketball journey on the professional level as the 2017 graduate has signed a professional contract to play with CD Zamarat in Spain.

  • Minnesota snaps Seattle's five-game winning streak

    Seattle falls to Minnesota 2-1, snaps winning streak

    SEATTLE (AP) -- Kyle Gibson pitched one-run ball into the seventh inning and the Minnesota Twins took advantage of two errors on one play by Robinson Cano in a 2-1 win over the Seattle Mariners on Thursday night. Minnesota avoided a three-game sweep and snapped Seattle's five-game winning streak

  • Wrestlers, Fans Gather for Third Annual Legends of the Falls

    Centene Stadium hosted the third annual Legends of the Falls Thursday night. Fans had a chance to line up and meet their favorite wrestlers along with receiving autographs.

  • Bill Doner made a name for himself in the 1970a as the promoter of massive 64-funny car race extravaganzas

    Legendary drag racing promoter Bill Doner brings United Nitro Funny Cars to Spokane County Raceway

    Spokane, Wash. — It’s a homecoming of sorts for Bill Doner — 45 years removed. Doner brings his United Nitro Funny Car circuit to Spokane County Raceway Friday and Saturday, June 9-10, turning back the pages of history.

  • Empire look to keep playoff hopes alive against Barnstormers

    Empire have sights set on playoffs against Barnstormers

    The Spokane Empire (8-6, 7-4) will travel to Des Moines on Friday to take on the Iowa Barnstormers (12-2, 8-2), with their sights set on the playoffs. This will be the Empire's second-to-last game before they finish up the regular season against the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles on June 16th.

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    Seahawks sign undrafted rookie TE Steve Donatell

    The Seahawks made a roster move at tight end Thursday, signing Steve Donatell and waiving Bryce Williams to make room on the 90-man roster. Donatell, who participated in Seattle’s rookie minicamp as a tryout player, is an undrafted rookie out of Western Kentucky.

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    Quartet selected as co-captains for 2017 EWU football season

    Seniors Albert Havili, Andre Lino and Nic Sblendorio will join junior Gage Gubrud as the first captains in the head coaching career of Aaron Best, the first-year Eastern Washington University football coach announced Thursday (June 8).  

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    EWU's Ashli Payne to play professional basketball in Australia

    CHENEY, Wash. – Recent Eastern Washington University women's basketball alumna Ashli Payne has signed a contract to play basketball professionally for the Gold Coast Rollers of the Queensland Basketball League in Gold Coast, Queensland.
     

  • Mariners have now won nine of their last 10 games

    Mike Zunino hits a walk-off HR as Mariners beat Twins 6-5

    SEATTLE (AP) -- Mike Zunino hit his second homer of the game with two outs in the ninth inning, a two-run shot that gave the surging Seattle Mariners a 6-5 comeback victory over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night. Kyle Seager also homered for the Mariners.

  • Fraley will be the first-ever Zag in a national final in program history

    Gonzaga's Troy Fraley advances to Steeplechase National Finals

    EUGENE, Ore. -- Gonzaga's Troy Fraley moved onto Friday's 3,000-meter steeplechase national final with a sixth-place finish in the semifinals at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Wednesday. He will be the first-ever Zag in a national final in program history.

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    UW's Ali Aguilar named to WCWS All-Tournament Team

    OKLAHOMA CITY -- At the conclusion of the 2017 Women's College World Series, Washington senior Ali Aguilar was named to the All-Tournament Team as announced by the NCAA on Tuesday, June 6.  Aguilar knocked two sixth inning, lead-off home runs in Washington's first WCWS appearance since 2013 to lead the team to the semi-finals

  • Seattle will begin negotiations with the Oak View Group

    Seattle selects influential investor for KeyArena renovation

    SEATTLE (AP) -- Seattle has taken a significant step forward in a long-running arena saga whose culmination could see either an NBA or NHL team playing in the city. Mayor Ed Murray announced Wednesday that the city will begin negotiations with the Oak View Group on a proposal for a privately financed renovation of city-owned KeyArena.

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    EWU offensive coordinator Fred Salanoa resigns to return to family in Hawaii

    Eastern Washington University offensive coordinator and tight ends coach Fred Salanoa submitted his resignation this week and will return to Hawaii to be near his family, Eastern first-year head coach Aaron Best announced Wednesday.

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    Jean Segura signs five-year contract extension with Mariners

    SEATTLE -- Jean Segura signed a five-year contract extension with the Mariners on Wednesday, a deal that runs from 2018-22 seasons and includes a club option for '23, keeping the standout shortstop with Seattle beyond the end of his arbitration-eligibility.

  • Mariners have now won eight of their last nine games

    Mariners power past Twins 12-3, extend winning streak

    SEATTLE (AP) -- Robinson Cano and Kyle Seager hit three-run homers and James Paxton was effective enough for five innings to pace Seattle to a 12-3 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night. 

  • Empire end the season on the road against Barnstormers and Screaming Eagles

    Spokane Empire in danger of missing playoffs

    The Spokane Empire (8-6, 7-4) are in danger of missing the playoffs after they fell to the Arizona Rattlers (10-4, 7-1) on Saturday, 33-16. With only two games remaining in the regular season, the Empire could miss the playoffs after appearing in the 2016 United Bowl.

  • J.J. Robinson is the only Warriors' player honored

    J.J. Robinson earns NAIA Honorable Mention honors

    LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College designated hitter J.J. Robinson earned honorable mention honors from the NAIA-Baseball Coaches Association All-America Committee.   Robinson, who was a second-team selection a year ago, was the only Warrior to earn honors. 

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    Finley and Feist sign WHL Standard Player Agreements with Spokane Chiefs

    SPOKANE, Wash. – Spokane Chiefs prospects Jack Finley (pictured, right) and Tyson Feist (left) both signed Standard Player Agreements and committed to playing in the Western Hockey League on Tuesday afternoon, the team announced. Both players were recognized at the Chiefs’ press conference at Spokane Arena introducing Dan Lambert, the team’s new head coach.

  • The Mariners begin a three-game series against the Twins on Tuesday

    Mariners try to keep up their winning ways against the Twins

    The Seattle Mariners open up a three-game series against the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday and will try to keep up their winning ways. The Mariners played 13 consecutive games from May 23rd to June 4th before taking Monday off.

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    Seahawks' Wagner and Chancellor added to NFL Network's Top 100

    Two more Seahawks, linebacker Bobby Wagner and safety Kam Chancellor, were unveiled on the NFL Network’s Top 100 Players of 2017 list Monday, with Chancellor checking in at No. 34 on the list and Wagner at No. 39.

  • WSU beat Houston 24-22 in the 1988 Aloha Bowl

    Flashback: 1988 Aloha Bowl

    Washington State University and the University of Houston announced on Monday that they have agreed to a home-and-home series beginning in 2019. It's been nearly 29 years since Washington State and Houston last played in the 1988 Aloha Bowl. We revisit that 1988 Aloha Bowl, when Washington State came away with a 24-22 victory over Houston. 

  • Courtesy: WSU Athletics

    WSU football schedules series with Houston beginning in 2019

    PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University and the University of Houston have agreed to a home-and-home football series beginning in 2019, WSU Director of Athletics Bill Moos announced Monday.  

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    Seahawks sign QB Austin Davis

    The Seahawks added depth at quarterback Monday, signing former Rams, Browns and Broncos quarterback Austin Davis. To make room on the team’s 90-man roster, quarterback Jake Heaps was released.  Davis will be added to the backup quarterback competition that currently includes Trevone Boykin, last year’s No. 2 QB.

  • Courtesy: Spokane Chiefs

    Dan Lambert named Spokane Chiefs' head coach

    SPOKANE, Wash. – The Spokane Chiefs announced on Monday that Dan Lambert will become the 12th full-time head coach in the organization’s history. Lambert was previously the head coach of the Rochester Americans (AHL) and Kelowna Rockets (WHL), including a WHL Championship with the Rockets in 2015.

  • Mariners cruise past Rays 7-1 to complete sweep

    SEATTLE (AP) - Ariel Miranda pitched a four-hitter for his first career complete game, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-1 on Sunday to sweep their weekend series.

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    Florida ends UW's season in WCWS semifinals

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Washington softball's season came to an end Sunday afternoon in Oklahoma City after a 5-2 loss in the semifinals of the Women's College World Series to No. 1 seeded Florida at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium.

  • Rattlers run past Empire to claim Intense Conference crown

    Spokane, Wash. – The Arizona Rattlers (10-4) have clinched home field advantage in the Intense Conference championship with a win over the Spokane Empire (8-6) by a score of 33-16 at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in Spokane, Washington.

  • Mariners have now won 5 of their last 6 games

    Mariners crush Rays 9-2 behind Zunino's seven RBI's

    SEATTLE (AP) - Mike Zunino hit his first grand slam and drove in a career-high seven runs to power the Seattle Mariners to a 9-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday night.      Zunino, sent down to Triple-A Tacoma for two weeks in May after struggling offensively, had a two-run double in the second, an RBI single in the fourth, and capped a five-run fifth with his slam that put the Mariners up 9-1.      Rookie right-hander Sam Gaviglio (2-1) allow...
  • Alvelo, Huskies shutout UCLA 1-0 to advance to WCWS semifinals

    UW Athletics OKLAHOMA CITY — After a loss to No. 10 seeded Oklahoma last night in the Women's College World Series, Washington (50-13) needed a win over UCLA to advance to the semifinals, and they got just that. Taran Alvelo and Ali Aguilar led the Huskies to a 1-0 victory over the Bruins (48-15) Saturday night at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium.   "Kind of a surreal game for us in terms of our pitching and our defense," said Washington head coach Heather Tarr....
  • Mariners have now won 5 of their last 6 games

    Mariners erupt for 12 runs as they beat the Rays 12-4

    SEATTLE (AP) -- Danny Valencia hit a three-run homer and tied a career high with five RBIs, Taylor Motter connected for a first-inning grand slam off Jake Odorizzi, and the Seattle Mariners routed the Tampa Bay Rays 12-4 on Friday night.

  • Courtesy: UW Athletics

    Huskies fall to Sooners 3-1 in Women's College World Series

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Sydney Romero hit a solo homer to help defending national champion Oklahoma defeat Washington 3-1 on Friday night in the Women's College World Series.

  • Courtesy: Seattle Seahawks

    Pete Carroll discusses injury updates on Earl Thomas, Tyler Lockett and more

    The Seahawks’ third of seven Organized Team Activities (OTAs) wrapped up on Friday at Renton’s Virginia Mason Athletic Center, and when Seattle head coach Pete Carroll met with the media after his team’s voluntary offseason workout, he shared encouraging news on the injury front.

  • The Empire take on the Rattlers Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

    Empire will host the Rattlers for final home game of season

    The Spokane Empire (8-5, 7-3) will play their final home game of the season against the Arizona Rattlers (9-4, 6-1) on Saturday. The Empire snapped a three-game losing streak last week when they beat the Colorado Crush.

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    Seahawks honor Cortez Kennedy with '96' helmet decal

    A week after the death of Seahawks legend Cortez Kennedy, the Seahawks took the field for organized team activities with No. 96 decals on the backs of their helmets to honor Kennedy, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Seahawks Ring of Honor. The Seahawks will wear the decal throughout the 2017 season.

  • Gonzaga made their first Final Four in school history last season

    Gonzaga receives their Final Four rings

    After a historic run to their first Final Four and National Championship appearance in school history, the Gonzaga men's basketball team received their Final Four rings on Thursday. The Bulldogs have been to every NCAA Tournament since 1999.

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    49ers sign former Central Valley graduate Will Davis

    The San Francisco 49ers announced on Thursday that they have signed cornerback Will Davis to a one-year deal. In order to make room on the roster, the team has waived wide receiver Rashad Ross.

  • Courtesy: UW Athletics

    Washington softball opens up World Series with win over Oregon

    OKLAHOMA CITY— Sixth seeded Washington (49-12) opened the Women's College World Series with a win over third-seeded Oregon (52-7), 3-1, Thursday night at USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium.

  • Courtesy: Washington Athletics

    Eight Huskies receive All-Pac-12 recognition

    SAN FRANCISCO – Eight different Huskies received All-Conference recognition the Pac-12 Conference announced on Thursday. Junior pitcher Noah Bremer, senior outfielder MJ Hubbs and junior catcher Joey Morgan received All-Pac-12 honors.

  • Mariners open up a three-game series against the Rays on Friday.

    Mariners fall to Rockies 6-3, snapping four-game winning streak

    SEATTLE (AP) -- Mark Reynolds and Nolan Arenado homered to back Kyle Freeland, and the Colorado Rockies stopped a three-game losing streak with a 6-3 win over the Seattle Mariners on Thursday. Colorado closed out four straight games against the Mariners in interleague play .

  • Courtesy: Gonzaga Athletics

    Gonzaga pitcher Eli Morgan earns second team All-American accolades

    TUCSON, Ariz.--Junior RHP Eli Morgan earned a national postseason honor Thursday as he picked up Second Team All-American accolades from Collegiate Baseball. Morgan, a starting pitcher from Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., went 10-2 with a 2.86 ERA in 2017, striking out 138 batters in 100.2 innings of work.

  • Coeur d'Alene will host the event on August 27th

    IRONMAN announces addition of new Friends & Family 5k Event

    TAMPA, Fla. (June 1, 2017) — IRONMAN, a Wanda Sports Holdings company, announced today the addition of its new Friends & Family 5k Event Series presented by IRONMAN. 

  • Courtesy: WSU Athletics

    WSU's Matheny named All-Pac-12, Alvarez, Harrer named honorable mention

    SAN FRANCISCO – Washington State junior third baseman Shane Matheny was named to the All-Pac-12 Conference Team, headlining three Washington State players who earned all-conference recognition after a vote by the league's coaches, conference commissioner Larry Scott announced Thursday.

  • Mariners win 4th straight game, beating Rockies 5-0

    Paxton makes 1st start since May 2nd, beats Rockies 5-0

    SEATTLE (AP) -- James Paxton and three relievers combined on a four-hitter to help the Seattle Mariners beat the Colorado Rockies 5-0 on Wednesday night. Paxton (4-0), activated off the disabled list earlier in the day, retired 16 of the first 17 hitters he faced.

  • Photo Courtesy: Keith Allison

    Will Klay Thompson's struggles carry over to the NBA Finals?

    Golden State Warriors' star Klay Thompson has struggled scoring this postseason, despite the Warriors being undefeated heading into the NBA Finals. This postseason Thompson is averaging only 14.4 PPG and shooting 38.3% from the field.

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  • Gonzaga's Jordan Mathews takes alternate route to NBA, New Orleans Pelicans

    Gonzaga's Jordan Mathews takes alternate route to NBA, New Orleans Pelicans

    New Orleans' Summer League begins on July 7New Orleans' Summer League begins on July 7

    Jordan Mathews is walking in the footsteps of former Gonzaga teammate Kyle Wiltjer, following the Houston Rocket's path to the NBA. After going undrafted in the 2017 NBA Draft, Mathews drew attention from three NBA teams about possibly playing for their Summer League team and ultimately chose the New Orleans Pelicans.

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    Jordan Mathews is walking in the footsteps of former Gonzaga teammate Kyle Wiltjer, following the Houston Rocket's path to the NBA. After going undrafted in the 2017 NBA Draft, Mathews drew attention from three NBA teams about possibly playing for their Summer League team and ultimately chose the New Orleans Pelicans.

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  • EWU's Jacob Wiley will join the Brooklyn Nets

    EWU's Jacob Wiley will join the Brooklyn Nets

    Courtesy: EWU AthleticsCourtesy: EWU Athletics

    In a way, it was a blessing for former Eastern Washington University basketball player Jacob Wiley not to be chosen in the two rounds of the National Basketball Association Draft in Brooklyn, N.Y.   But he'll wind up in Brooklyn anyway, as the Nets.

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    In a way, it was a blessing for former Eastern Washington University basketball player Jacob Wiley not to be chosen in the two rounds of the National Basketball Association Draft in Brooklyn, N.Y.   But he'll wind up in Brooklyn anyway, as the Nets.

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  • Gonzaga's Justin Jacobs & Jake Roberts sign pro baseball contracts

    Gonzaga's Justin Jacobs & Jake Roberts sign pro baseball contracts

    Courtesy: Gonzaga AthleticsCourtesy: Gonzaga Athletics

    SPOKANE, Wash.—Two more Gonzaga baseball players realized their dreams of signing a professional contract this week as Justin Jacobs signed as a free agent with the Texas Rangers and Jake Roberts came to terms with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jacobs enters the pro ranks coming off a strong senior campaign.

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    SPOKANE, Wash.—Two more Gonzaga baseball players realized their dreams of signing a professional contract this week as Justin Jacobs signed as a free agent with the Texas Rangers and Jake Roberts came to terms with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jacobs enters the pro ranks coming off a strong senior campaign.

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  • Sights from Sunday's 2017 Spokane Hoopfest

    Sights from Sunday's 2017 Spokane Hoopfest

    Charlies Gold beat ES Elite in the six-foot and under championship game.Charlies Gold beat ES Elite in the six-foot and under championship game.

    Spokane Hoopfest brought many surprises and new champions this year. In the coed bracket, Bamm defeated FarmGirlFit, 20-9 for the championship. In the women's elite bracket, YYC Canada defeated Lady Monstars, 20-15 and and were crowned champions.

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    Spokane Hoopfest brought many surprises and new champions this year. In the coed bracket, Bamm defeated FarmGirlFit, 20-9 for the championship. In the women's elite bracket, YYC Canada defeated Lady Monstars, 20-15 and and were crowned champions.

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  • Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant makes appearance at Hoopfest

    Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant makes appearance at Hoopfest

    Kevin Durant posing in front of screaming fans.Kevin Durant posing in front of screaming fans.
    Golden State Warriors' star and NBA champion, Kevin Durant made an appearance Sunday at Spokane Hoopfest. The 2017 NBA champion played some basketball with kids and thanked the fans for their support. Here's some pictures of Kevin Durant at 2017 Spokane Hoopfest: >>
    Golden State Warriors' star and NBA champion, Kevin Durant made an appearance Sunday at Spokane Hoopfest. The 2017 NBA champion played some basketball with kids and thanked the fans for their support. Here's some pictures of Kevin Durant at 2017 Spokane Hoopfest: >>
  • Matt Hanson, Haley Chura win IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene 70.3

    Matt Hanson, Haley Chura win IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene 70.3

    The pro triathlon athletes have crossed the finish line in Coeur d'Alene. After hitting the water at 6 a.m. the two champions, Matt Hanson and Haley Chura were crowned Sunday morning in the IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene 70.3 race. 

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    The pro triathlon athletes have crossed the finish line in Coeur d'Alene. After hitting the water at 6 a.m. the two champions, Matt Hanson and Haley Chura were crowned Sunday morning in the IRONMAN Coeur d'Alene 70.3 race. 

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  • F5 Spokane 3-on-3 Tournament Raises Money For Rypien Foundation

    F5 Spokane 3-on-3 Tournament Raises Money For Rypien Foundation

    Thursday, July 23 2015 7:59 PM EDT2015-07-23 23:59:42 GMT
    F5 Networks held its annual 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament to raise money for the Mark Rypien Foundation on Thursday afternoon.>>
    F5 Networks held its annual 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament to raise money for the Mark Rypien Foundation on Thursday afternoon.>>
  • Marshawn Lynch Coaches Youth Camp, Saves Chicken Wings In Socks

    Marshawn Lynch Coaches Youth Camp, Saves Chicken Wings In Socks

    Thursday, July 16 2015 8:45 PM EDT2015-07-17 00:45:24 GMT
    Marshawn Lynch has used his prowess as a Pro-Bowl running back for the Seattle Seahawks to better his hometown community of Oakland, better shown by how thousands of the local youth showed up to his football camp today.>>
    Marshawn Lynch has used his prowess as a Pro-Bowl running back for the Seattle Seahawks to better his hometown community of Oakland, better shown by how thousands of the local youth showed up to his football camp today.>>
  • SpoKenya 2015: Your Chance To Help

    SpoKenya 2015: Your Chance To Help

    Tuesday, July 14 2015 10:12 PM EDT2015-07-15 02:12:32 GMT
    Spokenya Run/Walk 2015 is this Saturday and you can still get involved in the 7K event that helpsSpring of Hope International bring sustainable water resources to Africa.Kenyan native and Spokanite DavidOpaphas organized the event, now in its sixth year...>>
    Spokenya Run/Walk 2015 is this Saturday and you can still get involved in the 7K event that helpsSpring of Hope International bring sustainable water resources to Africa.Kenyan native and Spokanite DavidOpaphas organized the event, now in its sixth year...>>
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  • Anthem singing with the Missoula Osprey

    Tuesday, June 13 2017 8:31 PM EDT2017-06-14 00:31:08 GMT
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    It’s a tradition that spans a century: singing the national anthem before a sporting event. But teams don’t just let anyone sing the national anthem in front of their crowds… they have to audition, and and today, in front of an empty stadium, and the Osprey’s version of Simon Cowell, they put their voices to the test. 

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    It’s a tradition that spans a century: singing the national anthem before a sporting event. But teams don’t just let anyone sing the national anthem in front of their crowds… they have to audition, and and today, in front of an empty stadium, and the Osprey’s version of Simon Cowell, they put their voices to the test. 

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  • Legendary drag racing promoter Bill Doner brings United Nitro Funny Cars to Spokane County Raceway

    Legendary drag racing promoter Bill Doner brings United Nitro Funny Cars to Spokane County Raceway

    Bill Doner made a name for himself in the 1970a as the promoter of massive 64-funny car race extravaganzasBill Doner made a name for himself in the 1970a as the promoter of massive 64-funny car race extravaganzas

    Spokane, Wash. — It’s a homecoming of sorts for Bill Doner — 45 years removed. Doner brings his United Nitro Funny Car circuit to Spokane County Raceway Friday and Saturday, June 9-10, turning back the pages of history.

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    Spokane, Wash. — It’s a homecoming of sorts for Bill Doner — 45 years removed. Doner brings his United Nitro Funny Car circuit to Spokane County Raceway Friday and Saturday, June 9-10, turning back the pages of history.

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  • Lewis-Clark State beats top-seeded Oklahoma City 8-7

    Lewis-Clark State beats top-seeded Oklahoma City 8-7

    Courtesy: NAIA World SeriesCourtesy: NAIA World Series

    LEWISTON, Idaho –Top seed Oklahoma City and No. 5 seed Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) decided to flirt with disaster in their winner’s bracket game at the 61st annual Avista-NAIA World Series on Monday night.

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    LEWISTON, Idaho –Top seed Oklahoma City and No. 5 seed Lewis-Clark State (Idaho) decided to flirt with disaster in their winner’s bracket game at the 61st annual Avista-NAIA World Series on Monday night.

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