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Gonzaga guard Nigel Williams-Goss’ childhood friends trek to Final Four

Gonzaga players, including from left, Jack Beach, Rem Bakamus, Nigel Williams-Goss, Bryan Alberts and Ryan Edwards, walk past The Road Ends Here sign on their way to the locker room after Friday’s practice. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
Gonzaga players, including from left, Jack Beach, Rem Bakamus, Nigel Williams-Goss, Bryan Alberts and Ryan Edwards, walk past The Road Ends Here sign on their way to the locker room after Friday’s practice. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Gonzaga junior guard Nigel Williams-Goss moved from Happy Valley, Oregon, when he opted to attend Findlay Prep near Las Vegas, but his friendships stayed intact.

Alex Roth and Alex Humble, Williams-Goss’ best buddies dating back to fourth grade at Happy Valley Elementary school, will be on hand to watch the Final Four.

“Even after I moved to Las Vegas our friendship has only grown,” Williams-Goss said.

Roth still lives in Happy Valley, located about 25 miles from Portland. Humble recently returned from his LDS mission and attends BYU.

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