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Danzy praises 'Rock' Alfred, talks all-star game

Kenny Alfred and Shelton Danzy

SHELTON DANZY and the West came out on the losing end of the Class 3A/4A East-West all-star football game this weekend, but the scrappy defensive back took solace in the fact two of his incoming Cougar classmates had big nights.

Danzy had a quiet evening under the Friday night lights at Spokane's Central Valley High as the West fell 31-14 to the East. Although the East threw for 284 yards, he saw only a handful of passes thrown to his side while on the corner. The competitor in Danzy was disappointed at not getting tested more, especially since he saw this as an opportunity to play cornerback (his projected college...

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