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Teams Inslee and Dori at Shorecrest High School Wednesday night for The Clash on the Court supporting Food Lifeline and Sports in Schools. (Photo: Corky Trewin)

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Sweat, grit, and talent converged on the gym floor at Shorecrest High School Wednesday night for The Clash on the Court.

Dori and Governor Inslee and their all-star basketball teams went head to head for two 15 minute halves.

710 ESPN Seattle's Groz and KIRO Radio's Dave Ross called the game and fans eager to see a mix of talk show hosts, local athletes, coaches, politicians, and a reporter cheered them on!

Dori's team lost by one lousy point: 58-57.

Then it was time for Dori to avenge the loss in a one-on-one game against the governor. Dori had an age advantage, but the governor is easily six inches taller. Dori took the win: 20-12.

What a night! And all to benefit Food Lifeline and Sports in Schools.

Watch the game recap:

Watch the full game with play-by-play by Dave Grosby and Dave Ross:

Stephanie Klein, MyNorthwest.com Editor
Stephanie joined the MyNorthwest.com team in February 2008. She has built the site into a two-time National Edward R. Murrow Award winner (Best Radio Website 2010, 2012).
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