Saturday, February 25, 2017

Fall 2016 HS League & State Awards

The high school boys season kicks off in about two weeks in Washington state. While the snow still covers most of the area fields, and before we begin preparation for the 2017 boys campaign, here's another look at the girls' season with a round-up of all the area honors handed out throughout central and eastern Washington, including the announced All-State awards after the conclusion of the season.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Coming Up: Testimonial for Gonzaga's Zach Scott


In 2016, the Seattle Sounders finally captured the long-awaited MLS Cup Championship. It was a perfect ending for the career of former Gonzaga University product Zach Scott, who spent 15 years with the club following his graduation. On March 1, he will be honored with a testimonial match put on by the Emerald City Supporters and Seattle Sounders FC that will feature many of his previous teammates, including his younger brother and fellow Zag Dan Scott, Spokane Shadow player/coach Chad Brown and former Yakima Reds players Jake Sagare and Santa Maria Rivera.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Region’s youth players making 2017 NLI college declarations

It is that time of year. High school athletes are making their final decisions on which schools they are going to attend once they graduate this summer. A large number of players and schools make their announcements on National Letter of Intent day on Wednesday, February 1.  Announcements also include intercollegiate transfers.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Results for the NW at Region IV ODP Championships

Region IV held its ODP championships on the first full weekend of the new year. Several sides from the northwest performed well at the event in the Phoenix with Washington seeing three teams reach the finals and two others advancing to the final four. Eastern Washington also saw a team advance to the semifinals, but it was Oregon claiming the lone title for the NW with the 2000 Boys winning a Region IV championship.

Friday, November 18, 2016

HS Update: Five Washington State semifinals all-509 affairs - Updated!

In five of the six Final Four events this weekend in the Washington State high school championships, one of the semifinals will feature a pair of schools from eastern Washington squaring off for the chance to play in the state championship match Saturday.     **Updated Info Below**

Friday, November 11, 2016

INWsn College Postseason Central


  • Central Washington wins in Regional debut

Championship season for college soccer is underway. All but the DI men kick off national tournament play this weekend for the NCAA. The NWAC championships are down to the Final Four this weekend as well. The NAIA brackets will be announced Monday along with the NCAA-DI Men's bracket.

Central Washington University kicked things off on Thursday with their first-ever West Regionals match, topping league foe Seattle Pacific University 2-1 (more info below).

The rest of the tournaments are in full swing for area teams on Friday. Here's a rundown by division (times Pacific).

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Monday, November 7, 2016

Big Sky Tonight 11.6.16: Eastern Washington wins Big Sky title in penalties


It could have been one of the most heartbreaking endings ever. Eastern Washington thoroughly dominated Sunday afternoon in Cheney against Northern Arizona in the Big Sky Championship match only to find themselves trailing after a penalty and ultimately needing the shootout tiebreaker to claim the program's first-ever league championship and NCAA Tournament berth.

After giving up a penalty in the first half, EWU tied things up early in the second period and went the distance even at 1-1, sending the game to a shootout. In the tiebreaker, the Eagles prevailed 4-3 to claim the Big Sky Championship as the league's fifth seed, though they were among the league leaders before going 1-3-1 in their final five of the season.