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Friday, February 15, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Veteran free-agent goalie Andy Moog agreed to a two-year contract with the Montreal Canadiens, after spending the past four seasons with the Dallas Stars. … Ed Jacoby, who retired in 1996 after 23 years as head track and field coach at Boise State University, will return Aug. 18 to replace head coach Randy Mayo, who announced he was leaving to become president of a computer accounting software company. … The Golden State Warriors named former NBA head coach Paul Westhead as an assistant on P.J. Carlesimo’s staff.

Heavyweight Tommy Morrison entered a 12-month diversionary agreement on a charge of drunken driving and speeding, after withdrawing his innocent plea and request for a trial in Fort Scott, Okla. … Misdemeanor charges have been filed against Kansas State basketball players Manny Dies and Pero Vasiljevic in connection with an alleged attack on a columnist for the student newspaper.

Olympic silver-medal long jumper James Beckford has been barred from competing for three months after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, a Jamaican track official said. … Peter Fischer, a doctor who once coached tennis star Pete Sampras, faces 16 charges of molesting boys he met through his medical practice, authorities confirmed. … Free-agent power forward Derek Strong re-signed with the Orlando Magic. It was a one-year deal for $326,000.

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