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THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 2007

Baseball season begins in winter

I'm one of a dying breed who believes that every time has a season and that high school basketball and wrestling are winter sports. But there's still a weekend of football to play and basketball has lapped back into November.Prep baseball conversations are already beginning....

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Philly previews, notes

Arrived in Philadelphia late last night, waited forever for a hotel shuttle and then had a driver who made up a few of those precious lost minutes by ignoring every stop sign _ and one stoplight _ on some mighty narrow streets. Made for an...

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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28, 2007

Souers thinks Eags can hand with App State

I had a chance to talk with Northern Arizona coach Jerome Souers earlier this week to discuss the challenges EWU faces in Saturday's FCS playoff matchup against Appalachian State in Boone, N.C.Souers and his Lumberjacks lost to both quarterfinalists this year, and you can read...

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Chiefs head out on Central trip

The Spokane Chiefs leave Thursday morning bright and early to head out on their five-game swing through the Central Division. You can click below for my unedited notebook running tomorrow. I'll be driving up north for Friday and Saturday's games.I also thought I'd turn it...

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It was a day to vent opinions

COUGARSThere's not as much quantity available today but there is some quality. Call it the day of the dueling columnists.We have links to all the news out there on Cougar football. And we have some Cougar basketball notes for you.

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TUESDAY, NOV. 27, 2007

Eags practice in snow at G-Prep

Eastern practiced on the snow-covered -- but lighted -- artificial turf at Gonzaga Prep Tuesday afternoon in preparation for Saturday's FCS quarterfinal-round playoff matchup against Appalachian State in Boone, N.C.You can read an unedited version of the story on the Eags' defensive dominance, of late,...

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Sports editor: Blow up everything Vandal

Idaho Statesman sports editor Mike Prater has riled up University of Idaho football supporters with tongue-in-cheek comments he made Monday on a radio talk show in Boise. His comments were made in reference to the Vandals' season-ending 24-19 loss to Utah State that was played...

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Basketball begins tonight

Ready or not (and neither Lewis and Clark and Ferris are ready), the Greater Spokane League basketball gets underway tonight.Key game is at Central Valley where Shadle Park comes calling. On Saturday, 1:30 p.m., the Bears host Ferris in the defending state champions' opener.In case...

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Press conference video

Due to an unbelievable amount of technical difficulties, I wasn't able to get my Bill Doba press conference video up until now. But here you guys go.Jim Sterk and Doba talk about Doba's departure from the WSU football team:Get the Flash Player to see this...

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MONDAY, NOV. 26, 2007

KAYU to televise EWU playoff game

Eastern's 9:05 a.m. FCS playoff game against Appalachian State on Saturday will be televised in the Spokane area on KAYU TV, and is also being aired by Altitude Sports and Entertainment (DirectTV 644, Dish Network 410).

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Chiefs ranked first again

It's unanimous - the Spokane Chiefs are once again the Western Hockey League's top-ranked team.Receiving all 16 first-place votes this week, the Chiefs topped the WHL writer's poll - released by the Western Major Junior Hockey Writer's Association - for the fourth time in as...

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Carroll in NAIA semifinals again

NAIA football power Carroll College of Helena, Mont., advanced to the semifinals with a 27-16 win over Morningside (Iowa) College last Saturday.Former Coeur d'Alene High standout Gabe Le had a big contribution in Carroll's win.Click the tab below to read more.

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SUNDAY, NOV. 25, 2007

SATURDAY, NOV. 24, 2007

Cougars come through

Consdering the Cougars were coming off a dismal loss and the Huskies were coming off a big win.Considering the Cougars allowed the Huskies to return the opening kickoff 89 yards for a touchdown and went three-and-out on their first three possessions to fall behind 10-0.Considering...

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All-Northeast 1B final

Almira/Coulee Hartline and Odessa put a combined 138 points on the scoreboard to earn a rematch of their Northeast 1B League game earlier this year.Only this time it's for the state title, Friday in the Tacoma Dome at 4 p.m. Unbeatem Odessa won 56-6 the...

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Chiefs burn Americans

KENNEWICK – With finesse and irrefutable firepower, Drayson Bowman, Mitch Wahl and Chris Bruton continue to burn their opponents on the ice.Their timing couldn’t have been better on Saturday night, when the stakes were especially high.

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Zags bounce back with big win

Gonzaga rebounded from Friday's loss to Texas Tech with a decisive 82-64 victory over Virginia Tech to claim third place in the Great Alaska Shootout on Saturday.GU improved to 5-1. Virginia Tech is 2-2.Check back for the game story in about 90 minutes.

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We've got a game, here

For much of the first half, it looked like the Cougars would have some catching up to do in the second half. But a late drive by the Cougars brought them back into the game, and heading into the locker room with a one-point lead,...

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Eagles hold on for win

Eastern Washington won its second game of the year, hanging on for a 64-62 win Saturday over Alaska Anchorage in the 7th-8th place game at the Great Alaska Shootout. Game story in the next 60 minutes.

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