By: Washington State Cougars Athletics BOULDER, Colo. – Washington State University dropped a 59-45 contest to No. 20 University of Colorado Friday. Colorado improved to 21-5 overall and 10-5 in conference after holding WSU (10-16, 6-9 Pac-12) to 19.6 percent shooting and
By: Washington State Cougars Athletics PULLMAN, Wash. – Friday's nonconference baseball game between Washington State and visiting Eastern Michigan has been postponed due to snow. The game will be made up as the nightcap of a doubleheader, Sunday. First pitch of the
After a successful stint with the Spokane Shock in 2009 and a stint with the BC Lions in 2010, Stanley Franks knows football. He knows arena football and he knows the Shock are in for a whale of a season this spring.
Franks recently sat down with SWX's Michelle Dapper.
Q: Camps is about a week
From Tri-City Americans
Kennewick, WA- No team in the WHL could stop the freight train that was the Tri-City Americans Saturday.
The Tri-City Americans (33-22-1-2, 69 pts) scored four in the first period and dominated all aspects of the game the rest of the way, stomping the Spokane Chiefs (34-23-2
The Spokane Chiefs opened their 3 game road trip through the U.S. Division with a 6-3 win over the Everett Silvertips Friday night in Everett. With the win, Spokane moved into 4th place in the Western Conference.
Cole Wedman got the Chiefs on the board with his 3rd goal of the
By Porcshe Moran
In these difficult economic times, the idea of putting extra money aside for investments might seem like a daunting task. Planning for the future is essential to financial security, and you don't have to earn a degree in economics or get a second job to come up with the extra
The Kootenay Ice used a 2 goal first and a 2 goal third period to skate past the Spokane Chiefs 4-1 Friday night in Cranbrook, B.C. With the loss, Spokane fell into 6th place in the Western Conference playoff race.
Jonathan Martin's rebound goal off his own shot at 13:57 of the first period