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Fans Young And Old Travel To Support Their School At State B

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SPOKANE, Wash. - From Reardan to Neah Bay, the annual WIAA Hardwood Classic State Basketball Tournament is big draw for teams across Washington.

Fans as young as one month old showed up Friday night to give support to their family members as they fight for the glory of the state championship.

Getting to Spokane is not always easy. It takes nearly six hours to drive from Onalaska to Spokane.

While some of the Logger faithful were able to come support the team, not everyone from these far-away schools could make the trip.

Just about everyone who has traveled close or far has said that Spokane has welcomed them... and they've gotten much more support then they expected they would.

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