Yesterday was National Signing Day for college football recruits…

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Scott Signs with WSU

Cashmere’s All-State, two-way lineman Cole Scott gathered with family and friends to sign to play at Washington State University…

Cashmere standout two-way lineman Cole Scott signed to play for Washington State University Wednesday. He was flanked by family, coaches and teammates as he publicly announced his choice of college. Scott says he was recruited by his Dad's alma matter Eastern, but chose to go his own way to WSU. Scott says he'll head for Pullman after he graduates and compete for a defensive tackle position.

Scott had considered going to Eastern where he has a long family history of being an Eagle before choosing Washington State. His Cashmere coach, Bryan Bremer, says this is a good story of a small-town kid getting a chance…

Cashmere standout, two-way lineman Cole Scott signed a letter of intent to play at Washington State University Wednesday. His football coach at Cashmere, Bryan Bremer, says this is a great story of a big guy from a little town doing good. Bremer coached Scott for his four years at Cashmere and says he's even happier about the man Cole's become besides a football player.

Cole says he’ll head for Pullman right after graduation where he’ll compete for a defensive tackle position. You can see the entire signing ceremony below…

Cashmere senior lineman Cole Scott signed a letter of intent to play at Washington State University Wednesday. He was surrounded by family, friends, teammates and coaches in Cashmere's weight room. He thanked the entire room, saying he wouldn't be where he is without their support. Scott says he'll be playing defensive tackle for the Cougars.

NFL COVID outbreak finally hits Seahawks

The Seahawks are preparing for the Rams this week amid a COVID outbreak in the NFL…

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Seattle travels to LA Sunday to face the Rams

Los Angeles has 16-players including Jalen Ramsey and Odell Beckham, Jr. on the COVID-reserve list. Just today, the Seahawks announced that Tyler Lockett and Alex Collins have been placed on the COVID-reserve list, the first Seattle players since Gerald Everett missed two games with it in October.

The Seahawks are the only team in the league that tests players twice a week and coach Carroll says its about protecting everyone involved…

The Seahawks are the only team in the NFL that currently tests players twice a week for COVID-19. Coach Pete Carroll says they do that because a Monday test might not show who was exposed over the previous weekend. Gerald Everett had been the only Seahawk this season to test positive prior to Thursday's announcement that Tyler Lockett and Alex Collins were placed on the COVID-19 reserve list.

Veterans like linebacker Bobby Wagner continue to carry the message to fellow players that it’s an important responsibility to protect each other…

The Seahawks have been one of few teams in the NFL to stay away from positive tests for COVID-19. Gerald Everett tested positive back in October and just today, Tyler Lockett and Alex Collins were added to the COVID-reserve list. Linebacker Bobby Wagner says he and other team leaders are always reminding teammates to be wary, cautious, mask-up and stay socially distanced.

Seattle and Los Angeles kick off at SoFi Stadium Sunday at 1:25 on FOX.

Cougars fall to New Mexico while Eagles sore over Multnomah

Washington State stumbled at home last night, falling to New Mexico State 64-61…

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Men's College Basketball Scoreboard

The Cougars squandered a 13-point halftime lead and coach Kyle Smith says poor shooting and turnovers were key in the loss…

The Washington State men's basketball team blew a 13-point halftime lead and fell to New Mexico State Wednesday 64-61. Coach Kyle Smith says poor shooting and turnovers led to their demise in the second half. The Cougars dropped to 7-and-4 with the loss.

Michael Flowers led the Cougars with 15-points.

Eastern Washington had no trouble knocking off Multnomah 95-56. Angelo Allegri led four players in double-figures with 23. Mason Landeck chipped in 15 for the Eagles.

Thursday prep sports schedule

Here’s what’s on tap tonight in prep sports…

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Prep Girls Basketball Schedule

Starting with girls basketball, Cascade hosts Omak at 5:45 while Cashmere visits Quincy. At six, it’s Liberty Bell at Lake Roosevelt while Cascade Christian hosts Moses Lake Christian.

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Prep Boys Basketball Schedule

The boys schedule looks the same, just with different start times. Omak’s at Cascade while Quincy hosts Cashmere at 7:15. At 7:30, it’s Liberty Bell at Lake Roosevelt and Moses Lake Christian visiting Cascade Christian.

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Prep Wrestling Schedule

And on the wrestling schedule tonight, the Caribou Trail League gathers at Omak where the Pioneers host Chelan and Cascade at 6 o’clock. Ephrata visits Ellensburg at 7.

Kraken oh-for-two against Ducks

It’s the second time Seattle has faced Anaheim, and for the second time the Ducks came out on top of the Kraken in NHL play…

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Kraken fall to Ducks 4-1

The home team raced out to a 2-0 lead in the first period and held on for the 4-1 victory. Ryan Donato was the only Kraken player to score as Seattle’s record dropped to 10-16-and-3 on the season.

Wild open for 3-game set with Merritt tonight at TTC

The Wenatchee Wild are back home in BCHL play tonight…

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Wenatchee Wild host Merritt tonight in BCHL play

Wenatchee’s hoping to extend its 2-game winning streak as it welcomes the Merritt Centennials to the Town Toyota Center. They’ll drop the puck tonight at 6 o’clock. Merritt will stay for two more games, at 7:05 on Friday and 6 o’clock on Saturday.