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- A Grip on Sports: As spring rolls on, major events continue to be rolled into the fall – if they are to be played at all
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- A Grip on Sports: As we close in on four decades around here, it's fun to reflect on our links to the area
- A Grip on Sports: The posters on the walls may become torn and tattered, but the memories of the heroes of our youth never end
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- A Grip on Sports: The Masters is on hiatus this April, but that doesn't stop us from remembering a few from Aprils past
- A Grip on Sports: There is nothing new to cheer on these days, but we can still watch the stars of yesteryear play
- A Grip on Sports: Spring still has a couple months to go, so maybe there will still be time to get to our favorite local outdoor adventures
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- A Grip on Sports: Once again the Spokane School District's board is about to head the wrong direction on stadium issue
- A Grip on Sports: With little in the way of normal these days, traditions have to adapt – including Hoopfest
- A Grip on Sports: There are still people out there who deserve a pat on the back, so today we highlight some of them
- A Grip on Sports: Money issues are at the root of most college athletic department's worries these days
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- A Grip on Sports: One day in and we're already two episodes behind in the Michael Jordan documentary, so don't spoil it
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- A Grip on Sports: Live sports are back, even if it the NFL Draft isn't really live and it isn't really the same
- A Grip on Sports: Seahawks pull the biggest surprise on a surprisingly glitch-free first night of the NFL Draft
- A Grip on Sports: Any change related to football and its revenues will have repercussions for other collegiate sports
- A Grip on Sports: The NFL Draft is reliable in one way as every team is always happy with their selections
- A Grip on Sports: For the second consecutive year, Gonzaga's Petrusev explores his professional options
- A Grip on Sports: Over the years, Spokane has turned out some all-time great boys high school basketball players
- A Grip on Sports: Baseball is throwing around a lot of ideas to get the season up and running when the pandemic eases
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