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Idaho’s Jarred Bossio wins WSGA Men’s Amateur

University of Idaho golfer Jarred Bossio of Olympia won the Washington State Golf Association Men’s Amateur Championship played at the McCormick Woods Golf Course in Port Orchard, Wash., on Thursday. Bossio finished with a final-round, 1-under-par 71 for a four-round total of 280 and a four-stroke victory over Andew Perez, also of Olympia.

Four Chiefs leave WHL with impressive statistics

When the Spokane Chiefs’ season ended 10 days ago, it was, as always, emotional for the 20-year-olds whose Western Hockey League careers were officially over. “It’s pretty tough,” Tyler Johnson said. “These were the best years of my life. For them to be over is a shame. I’m really proud to be a Chief.”

Chiefs’ Nachbaur, Johnson honored with WHL awards

Spokane Chiefs coach Don Nachbaur completed a triple play and Tyler Johnson was recognized as a class act when the Western Hockey League handed out its major awards in Calgary, Alberta, on Wednesday. Nachbaur received the Dunc McCallum Memorial Trophy as the Coach of the Year for the third time – each with a different team.

Chiefs have playoff luxury of two superb goaltenders

His last start was a shutout and his goals-against-average is second best in the Western Hockey League, but that might not be enough to get Mac Engel the start when the Western Hockey League playoffs start Friday. That’s not a bad thing for the Spokane Chiefs because the other choice is James Reid, who is fourth in the league in GAA and holds the franchise record for wins.

Chiefs hang on to beat Prince George 5-4

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – At times, it must have seemed to Spokane goalie James Reid and his Prince George counterpart, Ty Rimmer, that they were in a shooting gallery – as the targets. Four goals came in 5 minutes, 7 seconds in the second period; there were two-goal bursts of 24 and 16 seconds; and another pair of goals came 2:47 apart in the third.

Chiefs have to band together

When Spokane Chiefs captain Jared Cowen missed 10 games to play in the World Junior tournament, his teammates responded with some of their best hockey of the season. Coach Don Nachbaur expects the same thing to happen with record-breaking goalie James Reid out indefinitely with an ankle injury.

Spokane native gaining more ice time with Seattle Thunderbirds

It says a lot about Tyler Alos that his hockey role model is Mike Fisher. “I saw an interview once, he was modest, humble, that’s what I like,” the young hockey player from Spokane said about the Ottawa Senators’ center. “He’s got his morals set, his faith, he works his (tail) off. He’s not the highest scorer on the team. He’s a character guy, team guy. He’s on all situations on the ice. I try to model my game off him.”