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SUNDAY, FEB. 13, 2011

Day after Pepperdine 

Greetings from Portland, roughly two-thirds of the way home. I put together my day-after post on the first leg of the trip and you can find it below. Here's a link to my game story that ran in Sunday's S-R from GU's 63-44 win over...

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Courtney Vandersloot makes a pass away from Pepperdine's Skye Barnett, left, in the first period of play  on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 12, 2011, at Gonzaga University's McCarthey Athletic Center. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

Vandersloot and plenty more news

Updated: with Blanchette's Vandersloot column The afternoon belonged to Courtney Vandersloot and Gonzaga, the night belong to the rest of the area D-I teams as Idaho, Eastern Washington and Washington State came up with road wins. Each was significant, the Vandals sweeping Boise State for...

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Chiefs Johnson Best in four categories

As if we didn't know this already, but Spokane native and Spokane Chiefs star Tyler Johnson is Best of the West. Johnson was voted Top Defenive Forward, Best Over-Age Player, Best Skater and Best Faceoff man in the Best of the West 2011 poll compiled...

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WSU's win over Cal, next-day edition 

COUGARS Driving from Pullman to Spokane late last night, the wind was blowing so hard out of the south, my car seemed to be flying. I swear I must have gotten about 45 miles to the gallon in the old Honda. But the fact the...

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