2018 3A/4A Boys & Girls District 8 Tournament
Presented by Kalispel Tribe of Indians and Northern Quest Resort & Casino
February 15 & 16 · Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
Post-season play just got even more exciting! Get ready to watch some of Eastern Washington’s best high school basketball teams battle it out for their trip to the State in this all new regional tournament. Top teams from the Greater Spokane League (GSL) as well as Mid Columbia Conference (MCC) will have a rare opportunity to play under the bright lights of the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena—giving their fans one more chance to cheer them on.
Single Day Ticket Prices: $7 Student/Senior, $9 Adults*
Pre-purchase tickets online. (Ticket Link Available Soon!)
Tickets also available at the box office day of event. Standard event parking prices apply.
*Service charges applicable at all sales locations.
Brackets with qualifying teams will be posted online starting February 12.
GSL 3A: Mt. Spokane, North Central, Rogers, Shadle Park
GSL 4A: Central Valley, Ferris, Gonzaga Prep, Lewis and Clark, Mead, University
MCC 3A: Kamiakin, Kennewick, Southridge
MCC 4A: Chiawana, Hanford, Pasco, Richland, and Walla Walla
Hotel & Travel
Traveling teams and fans qualify for regional hotel discounts. Download list of participating hotels.
A special thank you to Kalispel Tribe of Indians and Northern Quest Resort & Casino for your ongoing dedication and support for high school athletics.
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The Spokane International Film Festival is an intimate festival where filmmakers and audiences engage the art of cinema. Matthew Modine (Jesus was a Commie, SpIFF 2012), Eli Craig (Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, SpIFF 2011), and Sherman Alexie (The Business of Fancydancing, SpIFF 2002) have all participated in SpIFF. We offer a small, selective offering of world-class films. These are the very best features, documentaries and shorts that have been made around the world during the past year but have not yet been commercially released for wide distribution. SpIFF hosts a variety of parties, events and filmmaker panels that are open to the public and encourage lively and educational interactions between filmmakers and our audiences.
SpIFF takes place in the heart of Spokane, WA. Set in scenically beautiful eastern Washington, where sunshine and fresh air are abundant, Spokane is a hip and vibrant urban center that is the state’s second largest city. SpIFF screenings and events take place at multiple venues across downtown.
The festival is overseen by its parent, the Contemporary Arts Alliance of Spokane, with an active Board of Directors and generous financial support from a variety of local and regional underwriters.