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Morning prep roundup: Mt. Spokane football rolls to another impressive win

Brady Hill accounted for four touchdowns and Mt. Spokane (4-1) continued its impressive early-season run, topping Lewis and Clark (1-4) 38-17 in nonleague game at Albi Stadium that wasn’t as close as the final score might indicate.

The Wildcats rolled out to a 21-3 lead in the second quarter thanks to three consecutive touchdowns – including Hill’s 58-yard touchdown pass to Quentin Ayres and his 5-yard scoring run.

Hill finished with 197 yards passing with two touchdown tosses and 61 yards on the ground with another pair of scores.

If you missed it, outgoing preps writer Greg Lee filed his last Pick-Six on Thursday before hitting the dusty trail and he holds a one-game lead over Sam Adams before he turns over the reigns to someone with vastly inferior institutional knowledge – but is a quick learner.

Here’s a link to the full slate of prep sports action for Friday, including Gonzaga Prep facing Shadle Park in football at Albi Stadium.

Brady Hill accounts for 4 TDs and Mt. Spokane handles Lewis and Clark

Brady Hill went 12 for 18 for 197 yards with two touchdown passes and Mt. Spokane (4-1) topped Lewis and Clark (0-4) 38-17 in a nonleague game . | Read more »

Volleyball roundup: Lucy Gao helps Pullman rally to beat East Valley

Lucy Gao totaled 35 assists and visiting Pullman (5-0) rallied from two sets down to defeat East Valley (1-4) in five sets. | Read more »

Girls soccer roundup: Kaitlyn Harvey scores twice and East Valley tops Pullman

Kaitlyn Harvey scored twice and East Valley defeated visiting Pullman 3-0 in a Great Northern League game. | Read more »

Boys soccer roundup: Drake Prohaska’s late goal lifts Coeur d’Alene over Post Falls

Drake Prohaska scored the game-winner in the 72nd minute and Coeur d’Alene beat visiting Post Falls 2-1 in a 5A IEL game. | Read more »

Slowpitch softball roundup: University stays atop league with sweep of Shadle Park

Makayla Marshall went 2 for 3 with a triple and a double and visiting University defeated visiting Shadle Park to sweep a GSL doubleheader. | Read more »