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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 2013

Hops stop Indians for second time

The Hillsboro Hops, a first-year franchise, are 8-25 against the rest of the Northwest League but 2-0 against the Spokane Indians. Spokane has outhit Hillsboro 17-14 during the first two games of the five-game series while being outscored 12-5, including Friday night's 7-2 setback. Four…

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Defense sparks Shock to easy win

Spokane's defense made Rohan Davey's Friday night miserable. The Shock forced seven turnovers, scored on a fumble recovery, interception return and safety as Spokane hammered the Talons 77-30 at the Arena. Davey tossed five interceptions and fumbled three times, losing two. I didn't keep an…

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Wiltjer talks about transferring to GU

Kyle Wiltjer took his time making a decision on whether to remain at Kentucky or transfer to Gonzaga. After a month of contemplating, the 6-foot-10 forward decided to join GU's program. He will sit out next season under NCAA transfer rules and then have two…

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Wiltjer will transfer to GU

Kyle Wiltjer, a former McDonald's All-American who played two years at Kentucky, has decided to transfer to Gonzaga, sources told The Spokesman-Review. Wiltjer will be an important addition at Gonzaga, adding to a thin frontcourt that will lose senior Sam Dower after the 2013-14 season.…

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A long-time connection 

A GRIP ON SPORTS I was a little disappointed to see Mark O'Meara shoot a 78 today in the British Open's second round. After all, his 67 on Thursday had me a bit nostalgic. Read on.

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