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Morning Cup links

Rode up the elevator with WB/S coach Rich Ingold a few mintes ago. He asked how Spokane was feeling entering tonight’s title game and I replied confident, that winning teams seem to find a way to keep winning. He sounded confident, too, recalling that two of WB/S quarterback Ryan Vena’s interceptions in the July game in Spokane were basically poor decisions and that he doesn’t expect similar miscues tonight. Should be a good one.

Meanwhile, a little late morning reading leading up to the Cup. Here are game previews from the S-R, Citizen’s Voice and Times Leader. The Las Vegas paper checked in with a feature on Ryan Vena and another on Spokane’s Jeff Van Orsow, a former Foothill High (Henderson, Nev.) standout who has been sidelined since midseason with a finger injury, but I couldn’t find a link on their Website.


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