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Sasquatch Announce 2011-2012 Recruiting Class
The Community Colleges of Spokane has announced its recruiting class for the upcoming season. Following a 22-8 campaign and a third place finish at the NWAACC tournament, the Sasquatch lost five sophomores and will have seven players returning from last year’s squad. In addition, Redshirt freshmen Luke Evans (North Central) and Christian Parrott (Caldwell, ID) will return for Spokane. Danny Marshall (Lewis Clark State College) and Rodney Delgardo (College of Idaho) have moved on to four-year programs to continue their basketball careers.

Head Coach Clint Hull returns for his fourth 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 Brady Bagby from West Valley High School in Spokane will compete for a spot right away and will add depth to the Sasquatch on the perimeter. Brady finished his stellar career at West Valley with a solid senior campaign averaging 19.9 points per game to go along with seven rebounds a game in helping lead the Eagles to a 23-5 record and a State Tournament appearance under Coach Jay Humphrey.

Guard Eric Holbrook of Priest River High School will be joining Spokane this season. While averaging over 15 points, six rebound and six assists per game, he played a pivotal role in helping the Spartans to a 19-6 overall record last season. Eric led Priest River to a State Championship his junior season and he was named to both the All-League and All-State teams his senior season while playing for Coach Ryan Bodecker.

Wing Tyler Edwards brings size and length to the Sasquatch perimeter. He finished his senior season at Cusick High School averaging 22 points and 10 rebounds per game while leading the Panthers to a 19-8 record and State Tournament appearance under Coach JR Bluff.

Point guard Aaron Antoine of North Central in Spokane has also committed to Spokane. He averaged 10.4 points and 3.2 assists per game for Coach Jay Webber in helping lead North Central to a State Tournament appearance.

Guard Kennedy Seyler from Wellpinit High School will be joining the Sasquatch as well. Kennedy had a solid senior season for the Redskins playing for Coach Billy Flett. He averaged 17.7 points per game in helping his team to a 20-6 record and State Tournament appearance.