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Bolinger, Maloney lift Indians

Royce Bolinger is swinging a hot stick, and has been for 21 consecutive games – and he doesn’t mind at all if you mention that streak. Just don’t ask him about it.

Gonzaga’s Bolinger swings hot bat

Gonzaga baseball coach Mark Machtolf praised the starting pitching of Pepperdine, the team his Bulldogs face in the first of a three-game series tonight at 6 at the Patterson Baseball Complex to begin West Coast Conference play. “Their Friday and Saturday guys are both really quality guys,” Machtolf said, referring to right-handed sophomores Scott Frazier and Corey Miller. “That’s always kind of a trademark is they pitch and they play really, really good defense. They’ll be a big-time challenge for us.”

Chiefs have work cut out for them

Hockey: The Spokane Chiefs have a little making up to do tonight and Wednesday in their best-of-7, first-round WHL playoff series with the Vancouver Giants at the Spokane Arena. The Chiefs dropped the first two games last Friday and Saturday in Vancouver, 7-5 and 7-3. Vancouver forward Jordan Martinook was named the WHL Player of the Week for his performance against the Chiefs. He picked up eight points, with three goals and five assists, to go with a plus-6 rating in the two games against the Chiefs.