ELMA — The injuries that seemed almost to be a curse for Elma last season, have turned into a blessing as the Eagles return to the gridiron in 2015.
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TAHOLAH — Life is going to be tough to start for the Taholah Chitwhins in 2015, starting with the graduation loss of their two best players from 2014 and continuing with a three-game gauntlet to start the season.
CHICAGO — With the Mariners headed for yet another losing season — the fifth during his tenure — general manager Jack Zduriencik was relieved of his duties Friday morning.
MONTESANO — Host Montesano and Hoquiam did most of the frolicking on Rottle Field’s newly installed artificial turf in the ninth annual Montesano Football Jamboree.
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OYEHUT — North Beach has something to prove. After winning the Pacific 2B League championship last season, the Hyaks are out to show they are going to stay at the top.
SOUTH BEND — After a wild fluctuating five-year stretch that has included both a state championship and two winless seasons, South Bend’s football fortunes appear to be on the upswing.
WESTPORT — Brian Snell has consistently noted that Ocosta is building a program, one that the school and the community can be proud to call its own.
AMANDA PARK — After coming up one win shy of finishing first in District IV eight-man play last season, it wasn’t hard for the Twin Valley players to set a goal for the 2015 campaign.
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ARLINGTON, Texas — Jack Zduriencik can’t hide from the rumors about his future employment. Whether it was speculation about the Mariners’ interest in former Detroit Tigers president Dave Dombrowski, who this week signed a contract with the Boston Red Sox, or the failures during the much-hyped 2015 season, which is trending toward the fifth losing campaign in his seven-year tenure as general manager.
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