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Thursday, May 28, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Mike Allman and Phil Neri, co-college scouting directors for the Seattle Seahawks, have been fired in the first changes under the new ownership of Paul Allen.

Teresa Gordon-Dick, 12, of Redwood Valley, Calif., won the Greco-Roman gold medal in the 100-pound class of the 11- and 12-year-old division of the USA Wrestling Kids National Tournament in Waterloo, Iowa. She pinned four of her five boy opponents and became USA Wrestling’s first female national champion in a co-ed bracket.

The Houston Oilers have severed ties to the city and state that had been their home for 37 years. All parties concerned agreed to a final consent decree that frees the NFL team to leave for Tennessee.

Bill Olsen said he was stepping down as athletic director at the University of Louisville, a program recently beset by NCAA violations. Olsen, 58, said the job he has held since 1980 wasn’t fun anymore.

The woman who has accused NBC sportscaster Marv Albert of sodomy and assault will not stand trial in an unrelated domestic dispute with an ex-boyfriend.

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