Washington State’s Dino Dodig and Kristine Felix won individual titles Saturday at the Ed Jacoby Invitational and Multis indoor track and field meet in Nampa, Idaho.
Dodig claimed the men’s heptathlon with 5,297 points. He was in second place after Friday’s first day of action.
Felix clamied the women’s pole vault title after reaching a height of 13 feet, 1 1/2 inches.
WSU’s Greer Alsop took second place in the long jump (18-7) and triple jump (39-4 1/2) and Audrey Ketcham took second place in the high jump (5-8 3/4).
Kasen Williams (University of Washington) had two catches for 6 yards in the East-West Shrine Game at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Eastern Washington’s Tevin McDonald also suited up for the West team in its 19-3 loss to the East.
• Several local players were selected to play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.
Washington OT Micah Hatchie, DE Andrew Hudson, LB John Timu, and Washington State DT Kalafitoni Pole made the American team roster. Eastern Washington OT Jake Rodgers, Idaho DT Quayshawne Buckley and Washington CB Travell Dixon were selected to play for the National team.
The National team won 17-0.
Sean Collins scored two third-period goals and the Spokane Braves (22-18-0-0-4) defeated the Castlegar Rebels (24-16-1-0-3) 7-1 in a KIJHL game in Castlegar, British Columbia. Dillon Bogart, Garrett Graham, Paxton Malone, Kyle Davis and Jonny Marzec also scored for Spokane.
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