Inland NW Soccer News' coverage of high school soccer has gone well. Meanwhile, over the past few weeks, the site has been quietly working on building up a database to provide similar updates on the bigger classifications to the south in the Mid-Columbia Conference and the Columbia Basin Big 9.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Thank you for your viewership and INWsn hopes you are enjoying the site and its new expanded coverage of the high school ranks. Unfortunately, the difficulty in covering high school sports is that sometimes it can be difficult to track down complete information due to its online availability or a lack of communication with coaches, etc. INWsn has done its best to get create a database of HS info, but is missing the following information.
Monday, April 27, 2015
|Central Valley celebrates clinching top spot in the Greater Spokane League Friday night|
|Wenatchee opened with a narrow loss at Seattle Saturday|
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
|Henry Smaldon (C) battles the North Central defense en route to Lewis & Clark's big win|
As the postseason approaches, things are heating up with some thrilling contests and close races for regular season titles and playoff seeding. The GSL and NEA resumed play this week after spring break with some big meetings that saw Gonzaga Prep take a small stumble in their title bid and Lakeside suffer a rare loss. The GNL, meanwhile, took to the pitch during spring break and over the past two weeks has seen the race for the top of the table become extremely close and up for grabs between three teams, who are joined by a spoiler.
Sunday, April 19, 2015
|Just one week left as the Hoppers prepare for their second EPLWA season|
|Adam Talley (center) is back for the Shadow attack - Training Gallery [+]|
Sunday, April 5, 2015
|Cheney and East Valley played to a stalemate before penalties decided the outcome|
Now into the second week of the soccer season, everyone has hit the pitch across the Greater Spokane League, Great Northern League and Northeast A League. Of all the teams that have played three games, Central Valley is the lone unbeaten thanks largely to a surprising upset of Cheney Thursday at East Valley.