RENTON — Marshawn Lynch will not be reporting to Seattle Seahawks training camp when it opens on Friday because he wants his contract reworked.
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SEATTLE — In the search for offensive help, the Seattle Mariners decided to bring back someone who has actually had some hitting success at Safeco Field.
SEATTLE — On a day when they traded for a designated hitter presumably to bolster their tepid offense, the Mariners served up another frustrating reminder of why they made the deal to acquire Kendrys Morales and why they may need to make one or two more deals for additional help.
CHEHALIS — Aberdeen’s run at the Washington State 10-11 Little League tournament came to an end on Thursday at the hands of a hot pitcher and a hot offense.
CHEHALIS — Aberden regained its batting eye just in time to ensure its survival in the State 10-11 Little League Baseball Tournament.
YAKIMA — Beau Baldwin, who had seen some truly remarkable things on a football field, could hardly believe his eyes.
Klein medalist in State Women’s amateur
YAKIMA — Mason Baseball of Aberdeen-Hoquiam earned a state berth by winning two of three contests in the Senior Legion Super Regional baseball tournament last weekend in Yakima.
ELMA — One of the longest-standing auto racing weekends at Grays Harbor Raceway kicks off Friday night with the 15th annual Shipwreck Beads Northwest Modified Nationals in Elma.
SEATTLE — Erasmo Ramirez finished folding his clothes into his bags. A trip to Tacoma awaited him, but not for the reasons that have previously earned him a demotion to the minor leagues.
CHEHALIS — Riverview Little League, of Spokane, patiently waited for Aberdeen’s bats to cool off before running away at the Washington State 10-11 Little League tournament on Tuesday.
Sherrie Green, Aberdeen High School’s track and cross country coach for several years, has resigned both positions.
ROSEBURG, Ore. — Following dominating regional performances, two Hoquiam Babe Ruth softball teams are World Series-bound.
ELMA — Devan West, Colby Thornhill and Lindsay Barney each won two divisions in the I-5 Quarter Midget Club’s annual Mudslinger Race last weekend at the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds.
CHEHALIS — Stellar pitching enabled Aberdeen to pass its opening test in the State 10-11 Little League baseball tournament.