2007 Cross Country Championships swept by Spokane

Vancouver, Wa. – Spokane completed a sweep of the NWAACC Cross Country Championships held at Lewisville Park Saturday. This marks the second straight year both Spokane teams dominated the event. The individual champions were Dak Riek (Spokane) for the men and Brittnee Sanchez (Spokane). Everett was the surprise of the meet taking second in both the men’s and women’s team standings. Lane was third in the mens and womens races.

1- Brittnee Sanzchez, Spokane 19:09
2- Leah Twombley, Lane 19:27
3- Karen Owens, Spokane 19:38
4- Amber Glunt, Mt. Hood 19:41
5- Amy Durrance, Spokane 19:41
6- Katie Owens, Spokane 19:44
7- Kathryn Barnhart, Lane 19:48
8- Francesca Frazier, SW Oregon 20:03
9- Megan Hall, Everett 20:15
10-Allison Body, Clackamas 20:18

1- Dak Riek, Spokane 25:04
2- Mark Moeller, Spokane 25:10
3- Jeremey McAlister, Lane 25:47
4- Tlyer Rapp, Spokane 25:54
5- Charles Cummins, Spokane 26:20
6- Damien Hill, Whatcom 26:21
7- Max Reder, Spokane 26:27
8- Lucas Fenley, Lane 26:33
9- Brandon Snook, Clackamas, 26:44
10- Walter Huerez, Spokane 26:48

WOMEN View All
1- Spokane, 27
2- Everett, 73
3- Lane, 80

MEN View All
1- Spokane 19
2- Everett, 73
3- Lane, 88

1- Spokane
2- Everett
3- Lane

Coach of the Year
Women: Matt Koeings & Erik Anderson
Men: Erik Anderson

Toronto Raptors Add Former Spokane Coach Eric Hughes to Coaching Staff

September 12, 2007 – The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday they have hired Eric Hughes as their basketball development consultant. He will be responsible for assisting the players with the improvement of their on-court skills.

Hughes, 42, has worked since 2002 as the director of summer player development for Goodwin Sports Management in Seattle, creating workout programs and training NBA players Jamal Crawford, Kevin Durant, Al Horford, Dwight Howard, Gary Payton, Nate Robinson and Rodney Stuckey. He has also been the head coach at the Community Colleges of Spokane in Spokane, Washington during that time. He has compiled an 88-61 (.590) mark in his five seasons, leading the Sasquatch to the Eastern Region championship in 2005 and 2006. He was named Eastern Region Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2006.

Hughes also served as an assistant coach under current Atlanta Hawks assistant Bob Bender at the University of Washington from 1993-2002, as an assistant at the University of California from 1991-93, and as a graduate assistant at Illinois State from 1989-91.

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