Clovis West High’s Steve Mosher, left, and Clovis’ Terry Giffen talk before squaring off one final time in the regular season when the Golden Eagles hosted the Cougars in a Tri-River Athletic Conference match Wednesday. Both are retiring at the end of the season after 33 years as friendly coaching adversaries, including the past 20 for rival high schools.
Clovis West High’s Steve Mosher, left, and Clovis’ Terry Giffen talk before squaring off one final time in the regular season when the Golden Eagles hosted the Cougars in a Tri-River Athletic Conference match Wednesday. Both are retiring at the end of the season after 33 years as friendly coaching adversaries, including the past 20 for rival high schools. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Clovis West High’s Steve Mosher, left, and Clovis’ Terry Giffen talk before squaring off one final time in the regular season when the Golden Eagles hosted the Cougars in a Tri-River Athletic Conference match Wednesday. Both are retiring at the end of the season after 33 years as friendly coaching adversaries, including the past 20 for rival high schools. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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