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Sports >  Gonzaga women

Stanford’s Lexie Hull, Lacie Hull prepare for chance to pay back Gonzaga

Not that she has anything to prove, but Lexie Hull just did. In Stanford’s season opener last weekend against San Francisco, the former high school All-American at Central Valley was so focused on playing defense that she didn’t give her offense much thought – until she saw the stat sheet. It was a new beginning for Hull, her twin sister Lacie, and a Cardinal team that could be among the best in school history.

Sports >  Outdoors

Ammi Midstokke: The universal loathing of hypocrisy

As some of you may or may not know, in real life I am a nutritionist. Among other realistic assumptions about how I live are my excessive consumption of vegetables and the fact that I probably never get sick. And if I did, I’d drink some echinacea tea and scare that microbe off with threats of Vitamin C enemas or something.
Sports >  Outdoors

Judge dismisses parts of 2018 wolf lawsuit

On Nov. 1, a Thurston County Superior Court judge dismissed three of four claims against the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in a case filed by the Center for Biological Diversity and Cascadia Wildlands in November 2018.
Sports >  WSU football

‘Holy Warrior’: From Jihad to Jahad, Washington State’s middle linebacker has always emulated speed, force on gridiron

Those who’ve kept up with Washington State’s efforts on the recruiting trail during the Mike Leach era may recall the team’s pursuit of a small, swift linebacker from Helix High School in San Diego five years ago, while Alex Grinch and Roy Manning were working diligently to build a defense that placed a premium on speed rather than size