Pacific outscored Whitworth 17-0 in the third quarter to turn a halftime deficit into a 31-21 victory, spoiling the Pirates' Homecoming celebration on Saturday afternoon at the Pine Bowl.
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Check out Friday night WIAA State Tournament basketball from the 4A and 3A ranks at the Tacoma Dome, and the 1B and 2B ranks at the Spokane Arena!
Colton senior Jake Straughan is leading the way for the Colton Wildcats on and off the court.
Dennis Patchin reports from NM Bowl on Friday, December 20th.
Five Zags scored in double figures in their 81-68 win over San Francisco in the WCC tournament.
Eastern Washington University held Idaho State to 34 percent shooting from the field in a 77-69 win Thursday at Reese Court.
The Idaho Vandal women defeated the Seattle University Redhawks 60-57 to win their first regular season championship in 29 years.
Whitworth lost a 14 point halftime lead and trailed by three with 2:32 to play, but came back and won their eighth straight conference tournament.
The Rockets scored two third period goals to snap a 1-1 tie to hand the Chiefs their third straight loss.
The Spokane Shock crushed the San Antonio Talons, and all signs point to hosting a first-round playoff matchup with the Chicago Rush.
The Spokane Indians crushed the Tri-City Dust Devils with 10 runs in the first three innings, snapping a four game losing streak.
If you live along the Bloomsday race course you need to keep a close eye on where you park their cars for the next few days.
Big changes are coming to Spokane's Hoopfest, as executive director Rick Steltenpohl has announced he will be stepping down.
Ironman triathletes train for months or even years before they attempt an Ironman triathlon. Their families have to endure some tests as well. KXLY4's Ian Cull reports.
KXLY4's Kris Crocker has your Forecast Focus for Friday, March 7.
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