Locked in a scoreless defensive battle, Friday night’s Montesano-Hoquiam rivalry match at Stewart Field was kicked into high gear in the final 16 minutes.
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The start of the Pacific Football League will kick off tonight for the Grays Harbor Bearcats against a familiar opponent with a new name.
After a tough extra-inning loss on Wednesday, Hoquiam got even in the Myrtle Street rivalry with a 15-6 win over Aberdeen Thursday.
Patience was a virtue for Hoquiam’s girls on Thursday. So was Ellie Quercia’s bat.
MONTESANO — Aberdeen adjusted to the Rottle Field grass, then fought off a hustling Montesano squad on Thursday night.
Time change on all-county track
Bristol , Tenn. — Matt Kenseth will start on the pole for Sunday’s Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway after beating Brad Keselowski for the top position in qualifying.
SEATTLE — Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon playfully smiled when he looked around the room before Friday’s game and said, “What do you want to talk about, the world coming to an end or what?”
Overpowered by Hoquiam’s Kyle Standstipher for nine innings, Aberdeen’s baseballers still found a way to flip the switch on their trans-Myrtle Street rivals in the 10th.
Megan Choate’s t-shirt said it all — Holy Toledo!
Leonard Barnes, who directed the Aberdeen High School boys basketball program through one of its most successful regular season campaigns this past season, has stepped down as head coach recently.