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Area roundup: Terrance Sanders bolts Spokane for Jacksonville

Terrance Sanders, a standout defensive back and kick returner for the Spokane Shock the last four seasons, has agreed to a two-year contract with the Jacksonville Sharks.

Sanders is the Shock’s second key loss in Arena Football League free agency. Quarterback Erik Meyer signed with San Jose last Friday.

Golf

The Washington Huskies and Washington State Cougars finished 1-2, respectively, at the Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational women’s golf tournament at the Tacoma Golf and Country Club on Tuesday.

Washington’s Jing Yan was the medalist. She finished with a 1-under-par 215 over three rounds to help guide the top-ranked Huskies to a 1-under 863 team total – 36 strokes better than runner-up WSU in the 13-team competition.

WSU freshman Alivia Brown earned her first top-10 finish when she tied for seventh with a 3-over 219 total. Cougars junior Nani Yanagi also finished in the top 10 with a 10-over 226 (tied for 10th).

The Eastern Washington Eagles placed 12th (972). Junior Maddie Dodge tied for 40th at 238 to pace the Eagles.

• The WSU Cougars men finished 11th in the 16-team Alister MacKenzie Invitational at Meadow Club in Fairfax, California.

Junior Evan Omelia tied for 28th – 3-over 216 – to lead the Cougs. WSU freshman Derek Bayley tied for 35th at 218.


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Life without arena football: Faithful fans root for return of high-flying sport to Spokane

The season is winding down in arena football leagues across the country but not in Spokane. The franchise – known as the Shock for the first 10 seasons in arenafootball2 and the Arena Football League and the Empire for two seasons in the Indoor Football League – shuttered last July for financial reasons. The organization’s 12-year run was long by most arena franchise standards, but not long enough for its diehard fans.