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Ev, Wv To Rely On Their Veterans

Frontier soccer Expect nothing different from West Valley and East Valley when the two Frontier League soccer powers step on the field, according to Eagles coach Dirk Linton.

Washington State At Cal

The Cougars (9-8 Pacific-10, 15-11 overall) hope to bounce back from Thursday night's loss to Stanford and earn a split of their Bay Area trip when they take on the Golden Bears (5-12, 13-13) at 3 p.m. today at Harmon Arena. At a glance WSU coach Kevin Eastman is hanging on to a faint hope that a win over Cal might still get his team into the NCAA Tournament provided Washington upsets Stanford and the Cougars finish alone in fifth place in the Pac10. But in all likelihood, this game is for a berth in the National Invitation Tournament. WSU might already be in, but the Golden Bears, who had taken unpredictability to a whole new level this season, must win if they hope to play on. Cal dropped an 83-71 decision to the Cougars in Pullman and has lost 11 of 16 games since, including eight of its last 10. The Bears are a miserable 1-6 at home against Pac-10 opponents and are coming off a terrible loss to UW Thursday. Still, coach Todd Bozeman has an impressive arsenal that includes senior forward Monty Buckley and Tremaine Fowlkes, the Pac-10's freshman of the year. The Cougars keep getting splendid play out of junior forward Mark Hendrickson, but need much better consistency from the perimeter.

Chiefs At Prince George

Time: Tonight at 7:30 in the Prince George Coliseum, Saturday night at 7:30. Records: Spokane (27-36-3), Prince George (14-49-3). Radio: KGA-AM (1510) 6:30 p.m. Chiefs Talk with Craig West. Key players

Irish Rovers Roaming In With Raucous Show

The phrase, "Wasn't that a party?" takes on a new meaning for this tour. That's because the party may finally be over for the Irish Rovers, who are billing this tour as their "Last Hurrah" farewell tour.

State A-1, A-2, A-3 Wrestling Tournaments

When All three tournaments begin three-day runs today at the University of Idaho's Kibbie Dome in Moscow. Cost $20 general admission tournament pass; $16 discount tournament pass for students with activity cards and senior citizens; $5 general admission per session; $4 discount admission per session for students and seniors. Six sessions in tournaments, two per day.

WSU At Stanford

The Cougars (9-7 Pac-10, 15-10) open their crucial Bay Area road trip against the Cardinal (8-8, 17-8) at 7:30 p.m. at Maples Pavilion. The game will not be televised live in the Spokane area. At a glance

Tacoma Rockets At Spokane Chiefs

Time: Tonight at 7 in the Coliseum. Records: Spokane (27-35-3), Tacoma (38-25-2). Radio: KGA-AM (1510) 6 p.m. Chiefs Talk with Craig West, 6:20 Mike Babcock Show, 6:50 pre-game.

Dave Murray Playing At Hobart’s Jazz Lounge

David Murray, the groundbreaking, free-blowing tenor sax player from New York, will play a one-night guest spot Thursday at Hobart's Jazz Lounge. This is a major event in Spokane's abbreviated jazz calendar, for Murray is one of the contemporary giants. A founding member of the World Saxophone Quartet, he also has produced scores of albums under his own name since the mid-'70s, and a stunning number of them are already considered classics.

Spokane Chiefs At Portland

Time: Tonight in Memorial Coliseum at 6. Records: Spokane (26-35-3), Portland (20-38-5). Radio: KGA-AM (1510) 5 p.m. Chiefs Talk with Craig West, 5:20 Mike Babcock Show, 5:50 pre-game.

Tommy Lee Jones Directs ‘Good Old Boys’ For Tnt

Academy Award-winning actor Tommy Lee Jones adds directing and screen writing to his credits in a TNT Original movie, "The Good Old Boys," premiering Sunday night at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Western comes from a book by Elmer Kelton. Kelton fashioned the characters after men he knew as a boy growing up on a ranch in western Texas in the 1930s, when the American West was shrinking and the automobile was beginning to shape society.