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Posts tagged: Coaches vs. Cancer

Fews’ Coaches vs. Cancer raises $727,500

Mark and Marcy Fews’ Coaches vs. Cancer event in Spokane last weekend raised $727,500 toward the fight against cancer. That brings the nine-year total to nearly $5 million.

More below.

Rose happy to assist in fight against cancer

Mark and Marcy Few’s Coaches vs. Cancer event is this weekend and one of the guest speakers is BYU coach Dave Rose, who has a personal connection in the fight against cancer. Read more about Rose’s story here.

Coaches vs. Cancer raises $481,000

Mark and Marcy Few’s eighth annual Coaches vs. Cancer event raised $481,000 more for cancer research. More details below.

Gonzaga gets defensive

All kinds of Zags’ stuff to post, with the main item an article on Gonzaga’s defense that will run in Thursday’s S-R (for that, you have to read to the bottom). This is a long one because we have to cut-and-paste, but read on.


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