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TUESDAY, FEB. 26, 2013

Vandals begin final stretch

The Vandals' final stretch of the regular season begins Thursday night in San Antonio, where they'll try to complete a season sweep of Texas-San Antonio. Idaho (10-16) has three regular-season WAC games remaining -- and as disappointing as the season has been for the Vandals,…

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Ams beat Portland, solidify hold on fourth

The Tri-City Americans defeated the high-powered Portland Winterhawks on Tuesday night to give them an extra cushion on fourth place in the Western Hockey League's Western Conference. The Americans, with 77 points, lead the fifth-place Spokane Chiefs by three points. Both teams have 10 games…

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Patience pays off for Idaho's Graham

Idaho senior post Jessica Graham is as healthy as she's been during a difficult college career that included multiple injuries to her left knee. Her Vandals, too, are having a healthy season in the Western Athletic Conference. Read story

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Fans see Gonzaga’s unity on the court in Elias Harris, Kevin Pangos and Kyle Dranginis, but the team is close outside basketball as well. (Colin Mulvany)

No. 2 GU passing chemistry test

A bit of a rough start to senior week for two GU seniors who will play in their final home game Saturday against Portland. Elias Harris took a shot to the nose and Guy Landry Edi a blow to the chin about 10 minutes apart…

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Senior Riley Moreen has helped lead LC to Idaho 5A tournament. (Kathy Plonka)

Lake City boys poised for state

This is the first of a handful of state high school basketball previews we will publish each day leading up to the state tournaments. Today we feature the Lake City boys basketball team and its quest for a state championship. Pictured above is one of…

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Hey, it could happen 

A GRIP ON SPORTS SPOKANE – Downtown Spokane shut down today as amazed Gonzaga University fans took to the streets in celebration of the schools first NCAA mens' basketball national championship. A crowd estimated at more than a million, all of whom said they have…

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Slim pickings on Tuesday 

COUGARS FROM PULLMAN -- We'll have more for you on the blog later. Promise. Ken Bone meets with the media later this morning. But for now, you'll have to settle for the following links. There aren't many. Read on.

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