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SATURDAY, FEB. 19, 2011

GU recruit Bell scores 47 

Gonzaga recruit Gary Bell had a huge night, scoring 47 points in Kentridge High's win tonight. His coach Dave Jamison told me earlier this week that Bell was named Washington's Mr. Basketball by the Washington State coaches association. Here's a recap of Bell's game from...

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Zags continue climb up WCC standings

Gonzaga completed a 2-0 homestand by thumping San Francisco 70-53 on Saturday. GU is alone in second place heading into Thursday's showdown with Saint Mary's in Moraga. USF slipped to third. My unedited game story is below. Check back tomorrow for a day-after post.

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Idaho runs away from Bobcats early

It didn't take long for the Vandals to take the suspense out of its ESPN BracketBuster matchup with Montana State. They led by 25 early in the second half and weathered a few Bobcat runs to snatch a 65-50 win in Bozeman. We've got all...

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Northridge bumps off Eagles 68-59 

Cal State Northridge used a 14-2 run midway through the second half Satuday night to overcome a four-point halftime lead and hand Eastern Washington a 68-59 non-conference loss in front of a Reese Court crowd of 1,012. Lenny Daniel paced the Matadors (11-16) with 19...

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Eagles up 30-26 at intermission

Eastern Washington overcame some poor shooting early in the game and eight missed free throws to take a 30-26 lead at halftime of its ESPN BracketBusters matchup against Cal State Northridge at Reese Court on Saturday night. Sophmore point guard Glen Dean finished the half...

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Gonzaga's Steven Gray, right, harrasses USF's Avery Johnson (33) on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011, at the McCarthey Athletic Center at Gonzaga. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman Review)

Zags thump Dons 70-53

Steven Gray scored 19 points and Marquise Carter had 16 of his 18 points in the second half as Gonzaga pulled away from San Francisco for a 70-53 WCC win on Saturday. Gonzaga (19-9, 9-3) won its sixth straight conference game. The Zags moved ahead...

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Spokane Shock DB, Josh Ferguson, left, slips in front of receiver Raul Vijil on the first day of practice on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011, at the Shock practice facility in Spokane Valley. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

Shock open training camp

The Spokane Shock opened training camp Saturday and here's my article that will run in Sunday's S-R. Some other items from the first day: Ex-Shock DB Nygel Rogers, who played for Chicago last year, signed with the Shock, but he isn't in camp. Coach Rob...

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ASU leads 40-28 at half 15 

COUGARS It doesn't matter which defense Washington State plays. Even without Ty Abbott and Rihards Kuksiks, Arizona State is picking it apart. The Sun Devils have taken 18 3-pointers and made seven. They've taken nine shots inside the arc and made seven. They've taken five...

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Early start for WSU at ASU 

COUGARS A typical game day in that we have a golf bag full of stories for you to read. An untypical game day in that the weather is warm enough to actually use that golf bag. Read on.

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One more time, and with feeling

The Coeur d'Alene and Lewiston girls basketball teams will meet for a second straight year in the Idaho 5A state final. Read about Coeur d'Alene's semifinal win here. Timberlake of Spirit Lake will play in the 3A state final.

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Top seeds knocked off 

It started with the Lewis and Clark girls knocking off top-seeded Gonzaga Prep 56-51 in the District 8 4A championship game. It ended with the Gonzaga Prep boys snapped the Ferris Saxoxns' 19-game winning streak 58-50. Here's the girls story. Click the tab below to...

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