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M’s continue hot streak with 4-2 win over Blue Jays

SEATTLE — It might not have felt like home for much of…

  • Jun 10th, 2017

U.S. players with Mexican roots understand rivalry

MEXICO CITY — Herculez Gomez grew up surrounded by the U.S.-Mexico soccer…

  • Jun 10th, 2017

Warriors rally to take 3-0 series lead

Durant fuels Golden State comeback as Warriors near series sweep

  • Jun 8th, 2017

Mariners win on Zunino’s walk-off homer

Zunino’s dramatic two-run walk-off homer in ninth gives Mariners win over Twins

  • Jun 8th, 2017

Mariners announce a five-year contract extension with shortstop Jean Segura

The Mariners have found a starting shortstop and a productive leadoff hitter…

  • Jun 8th, 2017

Mariners’ ace Felix Hernandez throws two innings in his first rehab start

The competitor in Felix Hernandez was irritated by the results, frustrated with…

  • Jun 8th, 2017
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops steps down; Lincoln Riley takes over

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops steps down; Lincoln Riley takes over

Some three months before what was expected to be another promising season,…

  • Jun 8th, 2017
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops steps down; Lincoln Riley takes over
Seahawks’ Bobby Wagner wants to be in the same ‘realm’ as Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher

Seahawks’ Bobby Wagner wants to be in the same ‘realm’ as Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher

RENTON — Bobby Wagner is coming off the best season of his…

  • Jun 8th, 2017
Seahawks’ Bobby Wagner wants to be in the same ‘realm’ as Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher
(Brendan Carl | The Daily World) Hoquiam’s Artimus Johnson signs a letter of intent to play football at Linfield College as Grizzly coaches Rick Moore, left, and Jeremy McMillan watch on.

Hoquiams’ Artimus Johnson to attend Linfield College to play football

Work on the field and the weight room, as well as putting…

(Brendan Carl | The Daily World) Hoquiam’s Artimus Johnson signs a letter of intent to play football at Linfield College as Grizzly coaches Rick Moore, left, and Jeremy McMillan watch on.

Mariners keep rolling with rout of Twins

Mariner bats remain hot in 12-3 win over Minnesota

  • Jun 7th, 2017
Seahawks add veteran backup quarterback Austin Davis

Seahawks add veteran backup quarterback Austin Davis

The Seahawks on Monday added a veteran quarterback to compete with Trevone…

  • Jun 6th, 2017
Seahawks add veteran backup quarterback Austin Davis

Crockett, Tole, Sweatman, Martinez win at Grays Harbor Raceway

ELMA — A large field of cars, especially for the Summer Thunder…

  • Jun 5th, 2017

Going The Rounds: Management deserves share of credit for Mariners resiliency

SEATTLE — Perhaps the time has come not to bury the Seattle…

Mariners complete sweep of Rays

Miranda pitches complete game as Seattle completes sweep of Tampa

  • Jun 4th, 2017

Zunino slams Mariners past Rays

Mike Zunino hits grand slam and drives in seven runs as Mariners rout Tampa

  • Jun 4th, 2017
(Brendan Carl | The Daily World) Grays Harbor Bearcats’ Pedro Gonzalez runs into the end zone after catching a pass against the Cowlitz Cobras on Saturday.

Shorthanded Bearcats fall to Cowlitz Cobras, 38-13

A shorthanded Grays Harbor Bearcats took to the Stewart Field turf on…

(Brendan Carl | The Daily World) Grays Harbor Bearcats’ Pedro Gonzalez runs into the end zone after catching a pass against the Cowlitz Cobras on Saturday.

All-League Briefs: EvCo 2A girls golf, Evergreen 1A girls tennis

Three Bobcats named to all-EvCo 2A golf teams Aberdeen had three players…

  • Jun 3rd, 2017
(BRENDAN CARL | THE DAILY WORLD) Aberdeen’s Braden Castleberry-Taylor will continue his athletic career this fall at the University of Puget Sound. The AHS Valedictorian signed a National Letter of Intent to play football for the Loggers in September as a tight end. Castleberry-Taylor set two school records for receptions and receiving yards as a senior last season.

Braden Castleberry-Taylor to play football at University of Puget Sound

Work on the football field and in the weight room, along with…

(BRENDAN CARL | THE DAILY WORLD) Aberdeen’s Braden Castleberry-Taylor will continue his athletic career this fall at the University of Puget Sound. The AHS Valedictorian signed a National Letter of Intent to play football for the Loggers in September as a tight end. Castleberry-Taylor set two school records for receptions and receiving yards as a senior last season.

Going The Rounds: New high school pitch count rule received better than expected

Ken Waber has tackled a lot of assignments during his career as…

Grays Harbor players sweep Evergreen 1A All-League soccer

Grays Harbor players made up the entire first team and swept the…

  • Jun 3rd, 2017