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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14, 2009

Saxons edge NC for cross country title

The Ferris Saxons turned back a challenge by two time defending champion North Central today at Audubon Park, 26-29 to finish unbeaten in league. What went on in the GSL today made things a tad interesting entering next week's district meet, Wednesday at Plante's Ferry...

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Early look at Iupati, game change 

Mike Iupati's path from an American Samoan native who didn't play football until he was 14 to a top NFL prospect is pretty remarkable. I had a chance to talk to him and others for a pretty hefty-sized feature that you can find below. It...

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Looking back at WSU first half-season 

COUGARS We talked with Paul Wulff this week concerning his feelings about the season's first half. We have his thoughts on the link, with the unedited version of an S-R story and more information, including a player Wulff felt is helping immensely on special teams....

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Spokane Shock assistant coach Steve Emtman, once the overall No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, didn't think he would return to the area or to the coaching field. 
 (Brian Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)

Shock hire assistants

The Spokane Shock announced Wednesday that Steve Emtman will return as defensive line coach and Travis Crusenberry, a member of the 2006 staff, will coach the offensive line on Rob Keefe's staff.Crusenberry replaces Tom Ackerman. More here. When Arena Football 1 announced its formation in...

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Early morning WSU notes 

COUGARS We have a couple stories to write, including a look at WSU's football season at the halfway point, but before we get going on those we wanted to share a few links and some notes from this morning's practice. Read on.

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