Jerry Skaife, a well-known area basketball figure and the softball coach at Community Colleges of Spokane, remained in serious condition Wednesday evening after suffering a heart attack Tuesday night.
Skaife, 53, collapsed shortly after coming out of a rec league basketball game at Spokane Falls Community College. He is in the cardiac intensive care unit at Sacred Heart Medical Center. No visitors are allowed.
Washington State freshman Jeremy Champoux is tied for 12th after three rounds of the Pacific-10 Conference golf championships at Big Canyon Country Club in Newport Beach, Calif.
Champoux’s 54-hole total of 222 is 23 strokes off the pace set by Tiger Woods of Stanford.
WSU is eighth, 49 strokes behind team champion Arizona State.
Idaho men’s basketball coach Kermit Davis announced that Jarrett Wendt, a 6-foot-6 forward from Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, Calif., and Quincey Simpson, a 6-2 guard from Kilgore (Tex.) Junior College, have signed letters of intent with the Vandals.