In brief: Chiefs hold on to No. 3 position
Junior hockey: The Spokane Chiefs held on to their No. 3 ranking in this week’s Canadian Hockey League Top 10 poll.
The Chiefs (10-3-0-0), ranked for the fourth consecutive week, trail the top-ranked Blainville-Boisbriand Armada (11-1-1-0) and the Kingston Frontenacs (8-1-1-1), who moved from fourth to second place.
The other ranked Western Hockey League teams are Medicine Hat (7-2-2-0), sixth, and Seattle (9-3-0-1), eighth.
The Chiefs host Brandon (7-5-0-0) on Friday and Portland (9-3-0-1) on Saturday.
GU’s Pangos makes Cousy watch list
Men’s basketball: Gonzaga University junior Kevin Pangos is among the watch list of candidates for the Bob Cousy Collegiate Point Guard of the Year Award, as announced by The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass.
Pangos, an All-West Coast Conference selection last year, made the list for a second consecutive season.
Pangos averaged 11.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and a team-leading 3.3 assists per game. He started all 35 Bulldogs games and shot 78 for 187 on 3-pointers.
District finds no evidence of bullying
High school football: A Texas high school football coach whose team won its last game 91-0 said a district investigation has found “no grounds” to support a bullying complaint filed by a parent of the losing team.
Aledo coach Tim Buchanan said administrators told him they found no evidence of bullying before or during Friday’s lopsided victory over Fort Worth Western Hills. State law required the district to investigate the complaint. A copy of the complaint obtained by The AP accused coaches of “not easing up when the game was in hand.”