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TUESDAY, JAN. 27, 2009

One whale of a game at Shadle 19 

The near-capacity crowd in Shadle Park's new gymnasium were treated to a whale of a basketball game between teams now tied for first place among Greater Spokane League boys with 13-2 records. There was good defense - although Bullpups coach Mike Haugen didn't think it...

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Walla Walla standout commits to Eastern 

Walla Walla High School’s Spencer Hessler, a 6-foot-2, 215-pounder senior running back and linebacker, who led the Columbia Basin Big Nine Conference in rushing and scoring last fall, has made an oral commitment to play college football at Eastern Washington University next fall. According to...

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All things Olynyk 

Waiting for return calls from Saint Mary's coach Randy Bennett and Gaels center Omar Samhan, so we'll post more information on Kelly Olynyk, the 6-10 Canadian who committed to Gonzaga.Read on.

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Hurd a basketball goodwill ambassador

Remember Louis Hurd? He played two years for Terry Reed at Lewis and Clark and credits him for teaching life and basketball lessons. But Hurd wound up transferring to North Central where he was second-leading scorer for the Indians with a 14.4 scoring average before...

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Some football recruiting talk  

COUGARS • UPDATED: 7:50 P.M. We have some surprises for you this Tuesday. Instead of basketball links, we offer some football recruiting insights from the "experts." Not sure if they have any validity, but we're passing them on. And, oh ya, a basketball commentary as...

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