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  • Cougars Brett Boese, Junior Longrus get down to business

    Brett Boese had all the information he needed to make his college choice. His uncles, Jim and Dave Meredith, played basketball at Washington State in the 1970s. He grew up …


  • Josh Hawkinson arrives ahead of schedule at WSU

    PULLMAN – It wasn’t supposed to happen that quickly for Josh Hawkinson. The prevailing theory was that he would need at least a couple of more years to develop. But …


  • Ike Iroegbu paces Cougars in victory over Huskies

    SEATTLE – Washington State ran past and shot over Washington’s shot blockers, simply avoiding the biggest advantage the Huskies had to beat their instate rivals, 80-77, and send nearly all …


  • Ike Iroegbu paces Cougars in victory over Huskies

    SEATTLE – Washington State ran past and shot over Washington’s shot blockers, simply avoiding the biggest advantage the Huskies had to beat their instate rivals, 80-77, and send nearly all …


  • Choosing basketball over baseball paid off for Shadle’s Boese

    Going into his freshman year, Brett Boese thought his eventual path to college would be baseball. A glance and an injury, though, steered the Shadle Park senior toward basketball. It …


  • Shadle Park gets it together

    It was the kind of game that would have made the late Dan Fitzgerald proud. The Shadle Park Highlanders shrugged off some early nerves to clamp down defensively and pull …


  • GSL boys face questions with new lineups

    Graduation hit most of the Greater Spokane League boys basketball teams hard, particularly defending State 4A champ Gonzaga Prep. If history shows one thing, though, it’s that by the end …


  • GSL Preview Boys

    All-leaguers Zech Martin of University is the lone returning first-team pick. And just one second-team selection is back, Brett Bailey of U-Hi.

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