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Gonzaga Basketball Gets Krazy

SWXRIGHTNOW.COM - Basketball season is upon us, and it was apparent on Gonzaga University's campus on Saturday.

Fans packed the Kennel to get their first official look at this year's Bulldogs on the hardwood. There was plenty of competition as the Red and Blue squads battled it out. The Blue team edged out the Red, 33-31. Sam Dower and Kevin Pangos scored 11 points each during the scrimmage.

The team has depth and a drive to win. Great qualities for any team to make a deep run in the tournament.

Gonzaga has an exhibition against Northwest Nazarene on Saturday at 5pm

This story written and filed by Colin McQuilkin (colin.mcquilkin@khq.com)

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