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More from the NIT - and a possible future Zag


You can find my column from last night’s game along with links to the S-R stories at this post, but there were other stories from the Arena last night, so I thought I would link to them.

But before I do, don’t forget we will cover tonight’s NIT West Region title game the same way as the first round - with a story on the S-R sports website as soon as the game is over (we’ll link to it here) and commentary about the game right after that. Click in and check it out.

Bud Withers of the Seattle Times was in town and he filed this piece on the rout of Rice.

And here is the Associated Press story that ran in the News Tribune.

There is also this piece for all of you who look to the future more than stay in the present. Luke Babbitt is considered one of the better high school juniors on the West Coast.

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Chris Derrick Chris Derrick is a sports reporter. His primary coverage areas are the Spokane Chiefs, Spokane Indians, women's basketball and high school softball and volleyball. He also contributes to the SportsLink Blog.

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