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    He played Quarterback for Coach Dwight Pool and led the Spartans to their only undefeated season (8-0) in 1968. ... He played football at SFCC for Coach Dwight Pool and competed in track for Coaches Mike Keller and Les Rurey.

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    He played his first year under Coach Halterman and his second year for Coach Sam Brasch. ... After graduation, he played professionally in Europe before becoming a successful high school coach in Oregon.

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    An outstanding basketball coach and teacher his entire career, he coached successfully at numerous Washington high schools. ... He transferred to the University of Idaho and took Big Sky All-Conference honors for two more consecutive seasons.

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    He played football for Coach Dwight Pool and ran track under Coach Mike Keller. ... He played football at SFCC for Coach Dwight Pool and competed in track for Coaches Mike Keller and Les Rurey.

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    His baseball teams won three Yakima Valley A League Championships, and during his two seasons as football coach, he won league championships including a 9-0 record his second year. ... Keith attended Shadle Park High School earning All-City Baseball

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    He transferred to the University of Idaho and took Big Sky All-Conference honors for two more consecutive seasons. ... His 1974-75, 1975-76, and 1978-79 teams were all NWAACC Conference Runners-up, and he was named Eastern Region Coach of the Year in 1975

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    An outstanding basketball coach and teacher his entire career, he coached successfully at numerous Washington high schools. ... His coaching career included 16 second place winners. He was named NWAACC Coach of the Year ten times.

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    Duane began his outstanding teaching and coaching career at Mead High School where he was head cross country (XC) and track and field (TF) coach and led his teams to many ... His coaching career included 16 second place winners. He was named NWAACC Coach

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    She played the 1981-82 and 1982-83 seasons at CCS for Head Coach Scott Foxley and earned All-Region honors both years. ... She played the 1984-85 season under Foxley and her sophomore season for Head Coach Paul Tikker.

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    https://scc.spokane.edu/Athletics/Fan-Zone/Hall-of-Fame/Mens-Cross-Country-HOF/Athletes

    In the 1988 track season he finished third in both the 5K and 10k and helped the CCS team to the men’s track and field NWAACC championship. ... Dak redshirted the 2008 track and cross country seasons. During the 2009 track season, he won both the 5k

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