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Hoops recruits: One secured, three to go

Hoops recruits: One secured, three to go

FOR NEW COUGAR coach Ken Bone, it's one down, three to go when it comes to securing renewed commitments from the four high school seniors who have signed national letters of intent with the Washington State Cougars.

All-State performer Anthony Brown, an athletic swingman out of Shadle Park in Spokane, told Highlander coach Tim Gaebe that he is definitely still headed to Pullman. "He's talked with Coach Bone, and he's excited about going to WSU," Gaebe said Wednesday. Xavier...

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