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Tue., Feb. 12, 2013, 9:52 p.m.

Record-breaking Noyes full of class

This week's women's basketball notebook features Washington State senior Carly Noyes, a record-setting player from Moses Lake with a future goal of elementary school teacher. Read story

Noyes said he appreciated her father playing "Mr. Mom" when she and her sister were growing up.

She said she was always the tall girl in her class, so basketball seemed inevitable.

Although she left Moses Lake as the all-time leading scorer in Columbia Basin Big Nine history, Chiefs teammate Jordan Loera (now at the University of Oregon) broke that mark.

Noyes said she starting feeling comfortable with her place on the Cougars about halfway through her freshman season.

"The thing that means the most to me is the team and how well we do together," she said. "I appreciate the coaches having so much confidence in me."

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