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Area roundup: Adam Talley scores 4 as Shadow cruise past Olympic Force

Adam Talley scored four goals, two in each half, as the Spokane Shadow romped past the visiting Olympic Force for a 5-1 soccer victory at SFCC on Saturday night.

The Shadow wrapped up their second consecutive Evergree Premier League championship last weekend.

Colleges

Chris Shane, a BYU graduate who most recently was an assistant at the University of San Francisco, has been hired as Eastern Washington University’s head cross country coach and coach of the distance runners for the track and field team.

He takes over a talented group of EWU distance runners for both the men and women. Last year, the women finished fourth at the Big Sky Conference Championships, equaling the team’s highest finish in program history. The men placed sixth, just eight points out of fourth place in the 12-team league.

American Legion

The Northstars and Bandits both won on the second day of the Senior American Legion state baseball tournament in Bellingham.

Dylan Steen took a no-hitter into the ninth inning and the Bandits defeated Kelso 2-0.

The Northstars scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning for a four-run lead, then held on to defeat Centralia 7-6.

In the Junior Legion state tournament in Olympia, Kennewick Dusters defeated Gonzaga Prep 6-1 and Capital defeated Mt. Spokane 11-4.


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