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Spokane Youth Sports Red Carpet Awards Show

June 11, 2019, 6pm, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox

The Spokane Youth Sports Awards presented by STCU celebrates our finest student-athletes. With our partners at SWX, we honor our region’s top coaches, teams and individual athletes at the historic Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Awards were given in eleven distinct categories and videos highlighted the finalists and their impressive accomplishments.

Tickets are now available. Questions? Email Sammie Ragan.

2019 Spokane Youth Sports Awards Finalists

1B/2B/1A Coach of the Year

Brandy Brown, Volleyball, Oakesdale High School

Randy Cornwell, Football, Colville High School

Clark Vining, Basketball, Colton High School

2A/3A/4A Coach of the Year

Travis Hughes, Wrestling, Mt. Spokane High School

Matty McIntyre, Basketball, Gonzaga Preparatory School

Dempsey Ortega, Cross Country, North Central High School

1B/2B/1A Top Female High School Sports Team

Colton High School Basketball

Northwest Christian School Softball

Oakesdale High School Volleyball

1B/2B/1A Top Male High School Sports Team

Colville High School Wrestling

Colville High School Football

Freeman High School Baseball

Odessa High School Football

2A/3A/4A Top Female High School Sports Team

East Valley High School Basketball

Mt. Spokane High School Volleyball

North Central High School Cross Country




2A/3A/4A Top Male High School Sports Team

Gonzaga Preparatory School Basketball

Gonzaga Preparatory School Golf

Mt. Spokane High School Wrestling

Non-High School Sports Top Female Athlete

Hannah Carver, Raquetball, Spokane Club

Megan Carver, Raquetball, Spokane Club

Cassidy Wilson, Competitive Precision Smallbore Rifle and Air Rifle, Spokane Junior Rifle Club

Non-High School Sports Top Male Athlete

Phillip Croft, Wheelchair Track/Road Racing/Basketball, ParaSport Spokane

Braxton Mikesell, Powerlifting/Wrestling, Washington USA Powerlifting

Akio Yamada, Judo, Pacific Judo Academy

High School Sports Top Female Athlete

Aspyn Adams, Basketball, Mt. Spokane High School

Allie Janke, Cross Country/Track, North Central High School

Dakota Patchen, Basketball, Colton High School

High School Sports Top Male Athlete

Trent Baun, Wrestling, Colville High School

Chase Tebbets, Wrestling, Mead High School

Anton Watson, Basketball, Gonzaga Preparatory School

Against All Odds Honorees

Freeman High School Athletics

Jordyn Goldsmith, Volleyball/Basketball/Golf, Freeman High School

Award Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Nomination Criteria

Individual athletes must have attended 9-12 grade during the 2018-19 school year and attended a high school located within Northeast District Seven and/or Greater Spokane District Eight. Coaches must have coached a club sport or high school sport within Spokane County and/or Northeast District Seven and/or Greater Spokane District Eight during the time-frame of June 2018–May 2019.

Nomination Process

Nominations close May 1, 2019. Athletic Directors, Coaches, Sports Officials, Club Directors/Administrators are all eligible to submit nominations. There is no limit to the number of nominations each person can submit. Each individual athlete, coach, or team requires a separate submission.

Results of spring competitions taking place after the close date will be taken into consideration during the selection process. Please nominate stand-out spring sports athletes.

Finalists and winners will be chosen by a pre-determined selection committee comprised of sports-minded community members.

Nominations accepted from Eastern Washington schools within approx. 100 miles of Spokane. This includes:



Northeast 1B (NE1B)

Northeast 2B (NE2B)

Northeast 1A (NE1A)

Great Northern 2A (GN2A)


Greater Spokane 3A

Greater Spokane 4A









St. John-Endicott


Thank you to our community partners.

About Spokane Sports Commission

Sports don't just entertain. They improve communities. They drive economies. And no other organization brings sports events to the Inland Northwest like the Spokane Sports Commission. We are a nonprofit coalition of regional government; business and volunteers committed to recruiting and developing sports events. With these events come tourism dollars, entertainment and media attention attracting sports fans from around the world. Business wins. Kids win. Fans win, our region wins.

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