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STATE B Tournament Rolls On

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KHQ.COM - For the first time in the history of the State B Tournament 24 games will be broadcast LIVE in their entirety.

It all started at 9 a.m. on Thursday with LIVE, raw feeds from the east court at the Spokane Arena and will continue with primetime games to be broadcast in the evening. That same schedule repeats on Friday. And then on Saturday we'll broadcast all 4 State Championship games.

As always you can watch SWX over the air on Channel 6-2., Comcast and Time Warner 306. You can also get the very latest online at swxrightnow.com.

You can also download the "WATCH SWX" app, and watch the games LIVE on your mobile device.

Download WATCH SWX (iOS): http://bit.ly/1eorPvx
Download WATCH SWX (Android): http://bit.ly/1kAM2AN
OR search iTunes or Google Play for WATCH SWX

In addition to the LIVE coverage on SWX, fans can get in-depth stories, scores, brackets and highlights on NWPrepsNow.com, the collaboration between SWX and The Spokesman-Review for high school sports in the Northwest.
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