Loryn Moore has signed her letter of intent to play soccer for Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo.
Brandon Kohler goes above and beyond for basketball — to the outer reaches, far beyond the safety zone. For more than a decade, the 25-year-old has logged tens of thousands of miles on the road — many times thumbing — just for basketball. When he didn’t have gas or much money, it didn’t dete…
YAKIMA – The wait is now over. It’s been six years since the Lake Roosevelt High School softball team earned a spot in the 2B girls state tournament.
COULEE DAM – She was the fastest marathon runner in her class since she stepped foot into Lake Roosevelt Elementary, but now Elliyana Trevino has a new title.
The lights were off at Spokane Arena on the evening of March 8, 2014. Suddenly, a spotlight came on showcasing the best two teams in state basketball that year based on their small school classifications.
11th annual Shane Proctor Bull/Steer riding school brings tribal and non-tribal youth from all over the region along with top bull riders
CABLE, Wisc. – Tribal member father and son duo Richard and Larry Allen were a long way from home here at Lakewoods Resort — but more at home than one would think.
Over the next several days, as the Washington’s small schools take to the Spokane Arena to compete in the WIAA Hardwood Classic state finals, we will all read the stories of success. We will all see the point totals and stat lines. Storylines will be drawn about standout athletes and teams.
The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association has announced due to weather conditions, all regional wrestling tournaments scheduled for this weekend will be cancelled.
COULEE DAM –An overall solid day for the Lake Roosevelt wrestling program as they will be advancing on a big portion of their team to state.
Benton City - Colville tribal member Alazaye Romero earned two first round pins at a mix-and-match wrestling meet at the Kiona-Benton High School Tuesday wrestling as a freshman in the packed 100-pound girls bracket that currently sees four state-medalists returning.