WIAA passes new rules for next year

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5/11/20 (Renton, WA) The WIAA representative assembly recently concluded their voting period on 23 proposed changes from the Winter Coalition meeting this past January. There were several eye catching changes mixed in with what could be called cleaning up other issues. The WIAA is a private, non-profit organization which schools […]

AD’s on the move

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5/6/20 (Correction: Nick Mullin is still teaching at Timberline, we apologize for our mistake.) The Spring time is known for baseball, track, better weather and Seniors gearing up for graduation. This is also the time traditionally teachers, coaches and administrators announce retirements or decide it’s time to step down or […]

Opinion: Sports, the great escape!

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4/22/20 By Josh Kaiser, ESN Broadcaster As the state of Washington is a little over the one-month mark of being locked down, it’s given me a new perspective on so many things in life. Such things include going to the park, the beach, hanging out with friends and extended family, […]

WIAA Hardwood Classic: Spokane 2B and 1B

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(Spokane, WA) Day 1 of the WIAA Hardwood Classic all tipped off on Wednesday morning with all loser out, winners to the quarterfinals games. WIAA Tournament Central Link State Basketball Tournaments Boys March 6 1B, 2B  Semi-Finals/Consolation 1B Boys Consolation/Loser Out 9am Muckleshoot Tribal vs Almira-Coulee-Hartline 10:30am Riverside Christian vs […]

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