Tuesday, April 17, 2018
In a dramatic slate of action on Friday, Ferris used a first half goal from Caden Martin to hand Gonzaga Prep its first league loss, creating a foursome of teams at 4-1 at the midway point of the season. Lewis & Clark rallied for a 3-1 win over North Central in another contest and down south Kamiakin finally came out on top in a close one after losing all six previous games that were decided by one goal. There was also plenty of excitement in Hanford, where a two-goal Bomber lead was not enough against Kennewick.
Friday, April 13, 2018
Only two sides - Gonzaga Prep and Lakeside - remain unbeaten in Eastern Washington. Pullman suffered its first defeat during spring break and Pasco dropped their contest Tuesday evening in a stunning 5-1 scoreline at Kennewick in the MCC, but rebounded with a resounding win against co-leader Richland Thursday. On Wednesday, the Bullpups knocked North Central off the list in a battle of unbeatens as the GSL returned to play following the break.
Thursday, March 29, 2018
On rivalry day in the Greater Spokane League, a number of close contests resulted in Gonzaga Prep and North Central, both 3-0, at the top of the table come the close of Wednesday night's action. Meanwhile, Pasco took care of business Tuesday to remain perfect through five and top 3A side Kennewick survived a scare from Kamiakin with a win in overtime.
Sunday, March 25, 2018
It looks like the Greater Spokane League boys soccer season may be a thriller this spring with numerous thrilling contests just two matchdays in. On Friday, it started with Ferris edging Mead 2-1 to go top of the table and finished with Gonzaga Prep edging defending champion Central Valley on penalties while North Central was going to 1-0-1 against 4A opposition with a 1-0 win against University next door.
Friday, March 23, 2018
The Greater Spokane League kicked off with a banger of a doubleheader at Joe Albi Stadium Wednesday night with Central Valley winning an exciting battle of contenders 2-0 against Lewis & Clark in the opener, which was followed by another thriller that saw North Central upset Mead in a shootout after a 1-1 draw.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Tarkon was personally targeted by the letter. The coach was addressed by name in the letter, which was in a plastic bag left on the windshield of his vehicle in the driveway at his home. He has given the letter (pictured and typed below) to law enforcement and filed a police report.
Sadly, it is not the first racist incident members have experienced at the club, which Tarkon estimates to be comprised of about 75 percent minority players.