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Pateros girls rebound for victory

SPOKANE – A day after giving six-time defending champion Colton a run for its money, the Pateros girls basketball team took care of Mary M. Knight 44-34 in a loser-out 1B Hardwood Classic game on Friday at Spokane Arena.

Entiat boys go home empty-handed

SPOKANE – The beginning of the game did not bode well for the Entiat boys  basketball team. The Tigers allowed Cusick three offensive rebounds off missed free throws for six quick points.

Okanogan boys fend off Auburn Adventist

SPOKANE – After a 30-point defeat at the hands of Morton-White Pass on Thursday, the Okanogan boys basketball team responded with a 72-67 win over Auburn Adventist on Friday to fight another day at the 2B Hardwood Classic at Spokane Arena.

Cashmere girls shake off slow start, advance to semifinals

YAKIMA -- Brent Darnell decided to channel his inner Gene Hackman. With his young team displaying an acute case of big-game jitters, the Cashmere girls basketball coach paraphrased a moment from the iconic film "Hoosiers" to ease the nerves of the anxious Bulldogs.

Okanogan boys thumped by Morton-White Pass

SPOKANE – Prior to its matchup against Okanogan in Thursday's 2B Hardwood Classic quarterfinal game at Spokane Arena, the Morton-White Pass boys basketball team had won 52 consecutive games.

Entiat boys win thanks to complete team effort

WENATCHEE — By the end of the game, some of the Tulalip-Heritage players had their hands on their hips, some had their palms up and some were keeled over at the waist. They had been totally dominated.

Cashmere’s Knishka fulfilling a prophecy

He calls it “the world’s most realistic looking fake slug.” It’s a small, slimy prop that Cashmere girls coach Brent Darnell keeps tucked away in his coaching bag. During the team’s first bus trip last season, he decided to jokingly bug his star player, whom he describes as “nasty, fiery and competitive” on the court.