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Pick 6: It’s down to three teams

I’ve gone in the tank. Maybe I should first give credit where credit is due. Sam Adams has done something I haven’t done this year – he’s had back-to-back perfect weeks. Six and oh is sweet.

EWU’s Aaron Neary refuses to be overlooked

Aaron Neary is getting noticed – again. Most of the pro scouts who drop by Eastern Washington football practices are there to check on Neary, an All-American left guard with a high motor and high ambitions to play in the NFL.

Sheriff fires deputy for tossing teen across classroom

A deputy who flipped a disruptive student out of her desk and tossed her across her math class floor was fired on Wednesday. The sheriff called his actions “unacceptable,” and said videos recorded by her classmates show the girl posed no danger to anyone.

Richland dominates Shadle 52-0

Richland traveled north Friday and the Bombers left destruction in their wake, beating Shadle Park 52-0. Richland (1-1) scored on its first possession, and most of those thereafter, as the Highlanders (1-1) generated only enough offense to eke out three first downs at Joe Albi Stadium.

Richland florist a ‘grain of sand’ in gay rights storm

The 70-year-old grandmother who owns a flower shop in Washington and became a national figure for refusing to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding says she was surprised her actions gained such notoriety and had often done business with the gay couple, whom she considered friends. Barronelle Stutzman of Arlene’s Flowers refused the couple in 2013, and her actions were among the first in what has become a nationwide quandary for bakers and others who believe same-sex marriage conflicts with their religious beliefs.

Central Valley claws back in second half to beat, eliminate rival University

The Central Valley Bears found themselves down by 15 points early in the second half of a loser-out 4A regional contest at a packed University High gymnasium. But something suddenly clicked, and shots that weren’t falling in the first half started going in, and the Bears turned the score around en route to a 55-53 win over their rival U-Hi Titans.

Gonzaga Prep defeats Richland

Gonzaga Prep's Jack Bamis runs for 197 yards and one touchdown leading G-Prep to a 24-21 non-league win over Richland.

WSU will lead jet biofuel research

Washington State University has been picked as a co-leader for the nation’s new center of excellence for jet biofuel research, Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., announced Friday morning at WSU Tri-Cities. Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the other co-leader and much of the WSU research could be done at the Bioproducts, Sciences and Engineering Laboratory at the university’s Richland campus.

Hauger’s late overtake wins Highlander

Perspiration glistened on the bodies of distance runners competing on a steamy 90-degree day Saturday at Shadle Park. But it was no sweat for Nick Hauger on his home course during the senior race that capped the Highlander Invitational cross country meet. Hauger contented himself to lay back in the pack until the second half of the 2.5-mile race, when he surged to approach then-leader Michael Williams of Richland, drafted behind him, then cut inside on the turn and buried him on the final hill.