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Tied in with sports award banquet


I'm wearing a tie right now.

Yes a tie. And tying it was easy. Sort of like that old saying about riding a bike. Once you learn, no matter how many years you go without doing it, you still can.

And it's been years since I rode a bike, I mean tied a tie.

I did it this morning because of the 29th annual Spokane Regional Sports Commission Youth Awards Luncheon today at the convention center.

I figure I can go anonymously if I wear a tie. Sort of undercover.

I'm also taking my computer with the hope I can post from the event. We'll see.

Anyhow, before I get there, I want to post links to the games last night and the state advances in Idaho.

In Washington we had a roundup of most games along with and a 1B girls' roundup and a 1B boys' roundup.

In Idaho we had a roundup of Tuesday night's action along with Greg Lee's advance of the state 3A girls basketball tournament.

For more on prep action, check Greg Lee's blog and Mike Vlahovich's blog.

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