January 31, 2013 | Vol. 116 -- No. 41

Former Cardinal contributing for CCS

Amelia Cook one of Sasquatch’s best shooters and defenders coaches say

Southern Oregon University’s loss appears to be the Community Colleges of Spokane’s gain.

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Photo contributed by Lisa Wagner/MLHS
Former Medical Lake Cardinal Amelia Cook (center with headband) listens to CCS head coach discuss strategy in practice.

Former Medical Lake multi-sport athlete Amelia Cook chose to be close to home, rather than attend school and play NAIA Division II basketball in faraway Ashland, Ore.

Cook, a sophomore at CCS is a regular starter for the Sasquatch who are 4-3 in Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges play following last Saturday’s 67-53 hammering at the hands of Columbia Basin College. CCS is 11-8 overall with a home game Saturday at 2 p.m. at SCC against Wenatchee Valley.

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