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Seen…Heard…Said

We take a look back at the weekend in sports with Seen…Heard…Said

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High School Coaches

We hear from all 4 high school basketball coaches who are going to state beginning Thursday

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Bob Rondeau – UW Huskies

Bob Rondeau the Voice of the Huskies joins us to look ahead to tonight’s game against Washington State

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Bud Nameck – WSU Cougars

The Voice of the Cougars Bud Nameck comes on to give the Cougs perspective on tonight’s game

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Basketball Friday

It’s Basketball Friday as we look ahead to the regional round of the state tournament and hear from all 7 coaches still alive

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Tony Dominguez – Western Wednesday

It’s Western Wednesday as we’re joined by WWU men’s hoops coach Tony Dominguez

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Brad Ziemer – Vancouver Sun

Brad Ziemer fro the Vancouver Sun gives us a Canucks update as they begin the post-Olympic schedule tonight.

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Matt Overton – Indianapolis Colts

Former Western Viking Matt Overton, now a Pro Bowl long snapper with the Indianapolis Colts, joins us to talk about his recent visit back to campus

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Pat Fitterer – former Sehome coach

Former Sehome High School basketball coach Pat Fitterer is retiring from coaching and he comes on to talk about his decision

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Mark Collins – Bellingham Blazers

Bellingham Blazer coach Mark Collins previews tonight’s playoff opener against Tri-Cities

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