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FRIDAY, FEB. 18, 2011

WSU looks to stay in Pac-10's upper half

COUGARS A quick post with a link to the short story I put together today in advance of Washington State's game with Arizona State in the morning. It looks at the spot WSU holds in the Pac-10 basketball standings and how important it is to...

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Shock add DL Holmes

Spokane continues to tinker with its roster, adding defensive lineman Louis Holmes one day before the opening of training camp. Holmes played in the UFL the last two years and he also has experience in NFL preseason games. More here.

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Gonzaga's Marquise Carter works inside on Santa Clara's Troy Payne in the first half on Feb. 17, 2011. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

Day after Santa Clara

Good morning. Back with more from Gonzaga's win over Santa Clara last night, which sets up a big game with San Francisco on Saturday. First, the links: My game story, John Blanchette's column, Dan Pelle's photos, A.P. gamer, and a recap by Santa Clara's sports...

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Wow, what a night for NC

Click the tab to read about the North Central girls basketball team capturing its first - yes its first - state berth, and a few other things including a story about the Coeur d'Alene girls rallying from a 41-29 deficit to win their state opener.

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Gonzaga clinches, key win for EWU 

The area Division I teams broke even on Thursday. The big, but not not surprising news is that No. 25 Gonzaga clinched a tie for its seventh-straight WCC title. The most important news is Eastern Washington finished strong to inch closer to a Big Sky...

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WSU's loss to UA, the morning after 

COUGARS Got settled into our Phoenix-area hotel around 1 a.m. and to sleep about an hour later. Of course, when the sun made an appearance before 7, it triggered some sort of masochistic response and we were awake. Not wide-awake, mind you, but enough where...

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