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TENINO — Hoquiam opened Evergreen 2A/1A League play on Friday night by welcoming back its leading running back on the road at Tenino.
SOUTH BEND — Doing all its scoring in the second half, South Bend broke a 19-game losing streak with a 14-7 win over Tacoma Baptist in Pacific League play on Friday at South Bend.
MONTESANO — It wasn’t exactly the start Elma had hoped for in Evergreen 2A/1A League play.
FORKS — Tanner Birdsall rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns as Montesano notched its first victory of the season by topping Forks, 26-6, in an Evergreen 2A/1A League football game Friday night at Forks.
Some progress on the Aberdeen football front was negated by an epidemic of turnovers.
MENLO — Napavine showcased a plethora of offensive weapons and took advantage of Pe Ell/Willapa Valley turnovers in the first half to build an early lead on Friday night. The top-ranked Tigers cruised to a 34-7 win over the Titans in a Central League matchup at Crogstad Field in Menlo.
These are the 2014 Grays Harbor girls soccer team capsules, as submitted by the coaches. Aberdeen and Ocosta are in new leagues this season — the Bobcats in the Evergreen 2A/1A League and the Wildcats in the Central 2B League.
Had the Stephens Media email system crashed on the afternoon of Sept. 11, Vidette writer David Haerle would have pulled off one of the boldest predictions of the National Football League season.
Clubbers second in Oregon tourney
HOUSTON — Mike Zunino had a job to do, and he was going to do it properly.
Ravens executives were aware of the severity of Ray Rice’s altercation with his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City casino elevator but still conducted a months-long campaign for leniency, a report said Friday.
In an apologetic news conference during which he faced often skeptical questioning, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell admitted Friday that the league’s current personal conduct policies had failed and promised to make changes, the specifics of which remain unclear.
RENTON — Seahawks defenders say they are eager to get reacquainted with a certain NFL team Sunday. But it’s not the Denver Broncos, who come to CenturyLink Field for a 1:25 p.m. rematch of Super Bowl XLVIII.