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THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 2009

CV Bears win slowpitch title

Thursday afternoon’s setting was all too familiar.The four-time regular-season champion University Titans again played host to their Greater Spokane League rivals – the Central Valley Bears – in the Greater Spokane League slowpitch softball title game.But this time there was a different ending to the...

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Mt. Spokane waits for decision 19 

A new Washington Interscholastic Activities Association rule regarding ineligible players and forfeits gets its first test this week and the Greater Spokane League football championship could hang in the balance.

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#32 Steven Gray of Gonzaga leaps over #30 Chris McKnight during second half action against Akron in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament in the Portland Oregon Rose Garden Thursday, March 19, 2009.   Gray was called for a foul on the play as Gonzaga pulled out a 77-64 win.  (Christopher Anderson / The Spokesman-Review)

Zags preseason WCC favorites 

Gonzaga is favored to win another WCC title, according to the preseason coaches poll. The Zags were followed by Portland and Saint Mary's. GU's Matt Bouldin and Steven Gray (pictured above) were picked to the All-WCC team. More details here.

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WSU will do its best to contain Best 

COUGARS The week's preparation is over for WSU. They'll get on their charter and head to Oakland tomorrow before going through one last workout in Berkeley. We have some notes from today's Paul Wulff press conference and the practice. Plus we have the unedited version...

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An amazing era ended

It had to happen sometime. The incredible Mead boys cross country state run has ended and will likely be something never duplicated. From 1988 until this year, 21 straight seasons, the Panthers dominated like no other placing in the top four every year, winning two-thirds...

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Prep Page Thursday

Herewith are my stories in the Thursday issue of The Spokesman-Review. The feature is on Ferris quarterback prospect Connor Halliday and column is about potential change (or not) in Greater Spokane League enrollment classifications and the advantages the 4A-3A league has seen.Speaking of 3A tonight's...

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UI's Hardy making impact after return

Obviously, last night was dominated by Shiloh Keo news. You can read more about that here, but I've also posted an early look at my WAC/Idaho notebook that will run in tomorrow's S-R. It focuses on Daniel Hardy, who thought his season may be over...

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