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Originally published July 8, 2014 at 9:39 PM | Page modified July 8, 2014 at 11:21 PM

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Mike Salk returns to air in revamped 710 ESPN lineup

He rejoins Brock Huard in morning show; Danny O’Neil moves to afternoons.


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Mike Salk will return to local radio airwaves Monday when 710 ESPN Seattle rolls out its revamped sports-radio lineup.

The changes include a new morning show and two additional hours of local programming. The lineup:

7-10 a.m.: Salk reunites with Brock Huard on “Brock and Salk” in a new time slot.

10 a.m.-noon: Former afternoon co-host Michael Grey does “The Michael Grey Show.”

Noon-3 p.m.: “Bob and Groz” with Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby remains intact.

3-7 p.m.: Former Huard co-host Danny O’Neil returns to host “Danny, Dave and Moore” along with Dave Wyman and Jim Moore.

7-9 p.m.: “Nightwatch” with Tom Wassell remains in its time slot.

Salk and Huard teamed up on “Brock and Salk” from 2009 to 2012.

8 land in UW Hall

Receiver Mario Bailey, an All-American on Washington’s 1991 co-national championship football team, headlines eight new inductees into the Husky Husky Hall of Fame:

• Ja’Warren Hooker, football (1997-98), men’s track and field (1998-2001);

• Joseph Kearney (administrator, 1969-76);

• Anna Mickelson Cummins, women’s rowing (1999-2002);

• Christal Morrison, volleyball (2004-07);

• Dave Williams, football (1964-67), men’s track and field (1964-67);

• women’s softball national-championship team (2009);

• women’s cross country national-title team (2008).

Induction is set for Oct. 23.

notes

Tye Gabriel of Portland upset top seed Dale Brandt-Richards 2 and 1 in the opening day of match play at the 113th Pacific Northwest Men’s Amateur Championship at Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman.

Aaren Ziegler of Canby, Ore., shot a 73 to claim medalist honors heading into match play in the 113th Pacific Northwest Women’s Amateur, while Brie Stone of Veneta, Ore., medaled in the 13th Women’s Mid-Amateur, both at Lewiston (Idaho) Golf & Country Club.

• Seattle Reign FC forward Nahomi “Naho” Kawasumi, who scored two goals in a 3-2 win over Boston, has been named National Women’s Soccer League Player of the Week.

• Washington assistant golf coach and ex-UW player Dan Potter has been named Boise State’s head coach.

From sports-information reports.



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