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Mariners win another low-scoring marathon

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Not many runs were expected. Not many runs were scored. With All-Star starting pitcher Felix Hernandez and snubbed All-Star Garrett Richards matching up Saturday night, hitters for both the Mariners and Angels were in for a long and frustrating night.

Sounders, Tottenham play to friendly draw

SEATTLE — It took less than one minute of playing time for Seattle’s Tristan Bowen to score what the Sounders thought was a game-winning goal in the 79th minute of Saturday’s friendly against Tottenham Hotspur.

McIlroy in control of British Open

HOYLAKE, England — It was short, and for Rory McIlroy, oh so sweet. In a matter of minutes he threw two eagles at the field and dispelled any thought the 143rd British Open would belong to anyone else.

Mariners fall in 16th inning

ANAHEIM, Calif — Efren Navarro grounded the first pitch he saw into center field, plating Mike Trout in the bottom of the 16th inning and lifting the Los Angeles Angels to a 3-2 win over the Seattle Mariners in a five-plus hour marathon from Angel Stadium.

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Monte 9-10 year olds are champs

Montesano’s all-stars captured the District III 9-10 Little League tournament last week in Aberdeen. Montesano opens state competition at 4 p.m. Saturday against Federal Way at Richland. Team members, from left, included (front row) Nick Westling, Jackson Busz, Isaac Pierce, Josh Wills, Christian Prall, Isaiah Pierce, Malachi Backholm, Jayden McElravy, Carter Lutz, (back row) Dylan Schoch, Trace Ridgeway and Jack Anderson. Coaches are Bob Lutz, Manager Mike Prall and Pat Anderson.

14-year-old All-Stars win Longview tournament

The Grays Harbor 14-year-old all-stars won an invitational tournament last month at Longview and will compete in the Southern Washington State 14-year-old tournament beginning July 16 at Kennewick. Team members, from left, include (front and center) batboy Ryan Pullar (bottom row) Hunter Hinchen, Chewy Muro, Tyler Izatt, Kobe Gallinger, Kylan Touch (back row) manager Dave Hinchen, Victor James, Sean McAllister, Hunter Oldham, Garrett Bradley, Walker Dunn and coach Jeramy Pullar. Not pictured were Jace Varner and Austin Timmons.