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Sasquatch Announce 2010-11 Recruiting Class

The Community Colleges of Spokane has announced its recruiting class for the upcoming season. Following a 24-6 campaign and their third consecutive NWAACC East Region Title and NWAACC tournament appearance, the Sasquatch lost six sophomores and will have three players returning from last year’s squad. In addition, Redshirt freshmen Nate Frisbie (Lake City), Rodney Delgardo (Rainier Beach) and Marlowe Brim (Kent-Meridian) will return for Spokane. Zack Humphrey (Lethbridge University), Griffon Jones (Dixie State College), Chris Pynch (Vanguard University) and Kevin Bond (Lethbridge College) have moved on to four-year programs to continue their basketball careers.

Head Coach Clint Hull returns for his third year at the helm of the Sasquatch and although they lost some key contributors, particularly in leadership roles, CCS has signed a solid group of newcomers to reload and attempt another run in the NWAACC East Region.
 
Talented wing DeAngelo Jones from Cheney High School in Cheney, WA will compete for a spot right away and will add depth to the Sasquatch on the perimeter. His older brother, Griffon, finished his career at Spokane last year as the East Region MVP. DeAngelo finished his stellar career at Cheney with a solid senior campaign averaging 19.8 points per game to go along with seven rebounds a game earning both All-League and All-State honors while playing for Coach Ryan Fitzgerald. DeAngelo was also a standout performer in football and track for the Blackhawks.

Guard Ross Buchert of Ephrata high school will be joining Spokane this season. While averaging over 20 points per game, he played a pivotal role in helping the Tigers to a 24-3 overall record last season. He was named to both the All-League and All-State teams his senior season while playing for Coach Brandon Evenson.
 
Big man Christian Parrott brings size and length to the Sasquatch front line. He finished his senior season at Caldwell High School (ID) averaging 15.2 points and 9.1 rebounds per game for the Cougars and Coach Rob Kielman.
 
Guard Taylor Pettersen of Shadle Park has also committed to Spokane. Taylor finished his career with the Highlanders as team captain and defensive player of the year. He averaged 10.2 points and 5.4 rebounds per game for Coach Tim Gaebe in helping lead Shadle Park to a 22-6 overall record and State Tournament appearance.

Athletic guard Preston Wynne, a 2005 graduate from Wellpinit High School will be joining the Sasquatch as well. Preston had an amazing high school career for the Redskins playing for Coach Billy Flett. He averaged 27 points per game and was named to the All-League and All-State teams. He has not attended college before so will be enrolled as a freshman this year.

Athletic Post Luke Evans of North Central High School will solidify the front court for the Sasquatch. He comes to Spokane after averaging 10.0 points, seven rebounds and 3.5 blocks per game for the Indians. Playing for Coach Jay Webber, he played an important role in helping NC make it to the State 3A Tournament.
 
Guard Cody Flett from Wellpinit High School has also decided to attend Spokane. He average 26 points per game and helped lead his team to a 20-3 record and a 3rd place finish at the State 1B tournament playing for his uncle, Coach Billy Flett. Cody was named the 1B player of the year for 2010.
 
Nate Pelton of North Central High School will also be joining the Sasquatch. The skilled 6’4” wing is a transfer from Columbia Basin Community College where he played last year. He averaged 10.6 points per game overall and 13.6 points per game in East Region play. He recorded a season high of 20 points against Southwest Oregon Community College and a season high of ten rebounds against Yakima Valley College.

Wing Donnell Calhoun (Emerald Ridge High School) and guard Ahbrae Harvey (Rogers, Spokane) round out the squad for the Sasquatch. Donnell averaged 17.4 points per game and garnered 2nd team All-League honors while playing for Coach Robert Horton. Ahbrae brings a great deal of enthusiasm to our team and his work ethic and passion for the game have really carried over to the rest of the team.