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Today in the North Voice

They’re electric: North Central seniors DJ Scott and David Butler are hoping to see lightning strike twice for the boys basketball team.

Today in the Prairie Voice

No. 3 not so bad: Though they wanted another shot at the Coeur d’Alene girls, Post Falls seniors were happy to bring back some hardware from the Idaho state girls basketball tourney.

Today in the Valley Voice

They’ll miss rivals: Freeman Scotties will miss an “old-school” rivalry when Colfax drops to 2B next fall.

Today in the South Voice

True teamwork: The Medical Lake girls basketball team, with no player averaging double figures in scoring, is finding success through unselfish play.

Saturday in Handle Extra

Special times: Deanna Dotts, out all of her senior season recovering from knee surgery, played in the final seconds as the CdA girls basketball team wrapped up the state title.

Saturday in the Valley Voice

Senior Murphy McIntyre is working to help take West Valley back to the State 2A basketball tournament.

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