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Reserves Kempton, Forsyth will be counted on again by GU women

It’s not about the minutes, it’s what you do with them. Gonzaga reserves Melody Kempton and Louise Forsyth learned that lesson the easy way on Saturday. Now they hope to continue the trend in a second-round NCAA Tournament game Monday night at Oregon State.

Gonzaga coming up a little short in numbers game

The Zags have received an abundance of preseason attention, from top-five rankings to All-America selections, but they are dealing with a shortage of available scholarship players. Gonzaga is down to 10 after center Jacob Larsen’s decision to leave the team. That figure would become 11 if North Dakota transfer Geno Crandall enrolls, as expected, as a graduate transfer in the near future. Teams are allowed 13 scholarship players.

Zags hoping to develop more depth

The Zags, who will take a short break for the Christmas holiday after Wednesday’s game, will have nearly a month before the start of spring semester.

Short but sweet

Spokane Valley’s spiffed-up swimming pools attracted more users and generated more revenue this summer than last despite a shorter season. Snow makeup days kept schools in session longer this summer and shaved about two weeks off the pool season. Even so, pool attendance increased by more than 9,000 visits, and revenue was up more than $10,000.