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Gonzaga rejoins AP Top 25

A smattering of women's basketball news today, starting with Gonzaga's return to the Top 25 and Bulldog star Courtney Vandersloot taking another step among the nation's elite, making the midseason Naismith cut (as did Tennessee senior Angie Bjorklund from U-Hi) and winning the local SWABS...

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CBBN district tourney update

PREPS I got on the Tri-City Herald website (sportstricities.com) to see how the Columbia Basin Big Nine 4A and 3A district tournaments are progressing. Click the tab below for more information.

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Awards keep coming for EWU's national champs

Eastern Washington's 2010 NCAA Division I football champions dominated this year's SWABs awards voting. You can find out which Eagles were honored in this story that will run in Tuesday morning's S-R, and you can read more details on the team's annual Awards Banquet that...

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Ferris’ Chris Wilson, left, Jordan Tonani, rear, and Riley Stockton, right, try to steal the ball from Mead’s Garrett Swanson at the end of OT. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

Final GSL scoring leaders 

Click the tab below to see the final Greater Spokane League boys and girls scoring leaders. Pictured above in a 2010 photo is Mead's Garrett Swanson, who finished atop the boys leaders. He came back in early January after suffering a displaced knee cap. In...

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Don't forget, it's Valentine's Day 

COUGARS • UPDATED: 1:20 P.M. As usual on a Monday morning, there are only a few items to discuss, including the fall from grace of Arizona State and the rise of its archrival. For more on that on other things, read on.

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