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Cougars Collect Letters from Boese, Johnson, Longrus

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Brett Boese, from Shadle Park High School, signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Washington State (Photo: SWX) Brett Boese, from Shadle Park High School, signed a National Letter of Intent to play at Washington State (Photo: SWX)

Three high school standouts signed National Letters of Intent to play basketball for coach Ken Bone at Washington State, the school said Wednesday.

Brett Boese, from Spokane's Shadle Park High School missed the majority of last season with an injury but scored 102 points in six games. He averaged 17.0 points and 9.5 rebounds per contest. He was named to the Greater Spokane League's second team as a sophomore in 2009-10. The 6-7 small forward is a senior this year.

The Cougars also received a signed commitment from shooting guard DeMarquise ‘Que' Johnson on Wednesday. Johnson, 6-6, 190 pounds, attends Westwood Prep in Phoenix and averaged 20.8 points per game last season as a junior. He led his team to a 30-2 record last year and won a state 2A championship, scoring at least 20 points in his final four games of the season.

Richard Longrus, Jr., from Oakland, Calif. also signed with Washington State. As a junior he led his team to a 25-7 record and a second place finish at state.

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