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Gary Hatch – outgoing SHS coach

Outgoing Sehome High School baseball coach Gary Hatch is being honored at a retirement ceremony at Joe Martin Field tonight and the coach comes on to let us know what he expects

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Seen…Heard…Said

We hit the high points of the sports weekend with Seen…Heard…Said.

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Kevin Pelton – ESPN NBA Insider

Kevin Pelton, ESPN NBA Insider, joins us to talk about last night’s NBA Draft. What did he think of Lakers taking D’Angelo Russell? Who won and lost the draft? Will Eastern’s Tyler Harvey stick around in the NBA?

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Nick Caples – Bellingham Bells GM

Bellingham Bells general manager Nick Caples comes on to look ahead to the first place Bells big weekend series against the Kitsap BlueJackets at Joe Martin Field and also discuss why the Bells have been so successful this season.

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Movie Preview Friday

A certain sequel is out… Doug & Mark aren’t very excited about it, hear it all in this week’s edition of Movie Preview Friday!

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Kurt Helin – NBC Sports basketball writer

Kurt Helin from NBC Sports joins us to preview Thursday’s NBA Draft: Karl-Anthony Towns or Jahlil Okafor? Best European player? Helin always brings great information.

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Zach Rymer – BleacherReport.com lead baseball writer

Zach Rymer from BleacherReport.com comes on for his weekly visit and of course we talk Mariners. Rymer shares how good Mike Montgomery really is, Edgar Martinez as a hitting coach and a little bit on the Royals.

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Tank Stone – U.S. Military All-Stars

Tank Stone, basically the best name ever, joins us to talk about the Military All-Star baseball team that’s in town tonight to play the American Legion Post 7 team at Joe Martin Field on KGMI.

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Greg Wyshynski – Yahoo! Sports hockey writer

Greg Wyshynski (aka Puck Daddy) from Yahoo! Sports gives us more of the Seattle perspective on the news of NHL expansion, which doesn’t leave us as hopeful as we would like.

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Cobi Jones – U.S. soccer Hall of Famer

Retired U.S. soccer Hall of Famer Cobi Jones joins us to talk about what he misses about playing soccer, break down the U.S. Women’s national team chances at World Cup glory, explains why the Sounders have a chance to capture the MLS crown and the greatness that is MLS rivalry week.

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Friday night’s Northwest Conference District scoreboard

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Check out Friday's scores from around the Northwest Conference plus find out when the teams are next in action and what games are on the radio on Saturday.

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Former Bothell star wins MVP as USA team win Rising Stars Challenge

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Zach LaVine, out of Bothell High School, had 30 points and seven rebounds and the United States team beat the World team in the Rising Stars Challenge on Friday night to kick off the NBA's All-Star weekend.

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Plum helps UW to win and No. 14 UCLA holds of WSU

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Kelsey Plum scored 22 points and Washington turned back USC and Monique Billings scored half of her 16 points in the fourth quarter and No. 14 UCLA pulled away from WSU on Friday night.

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Storm signs forward Ramu Tokashiki to multiyear deal

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Tokashiki, a member of the 2016 WNBA All-Rookie Team, averaged 8.2 points, and 3.3 rebounds in her WNBA debut season.