CHEHALIS — Willapa Harbor’s all-stars misplaced their tickets to Eastern Oregon somewhere on the basepaths of Bearcat Stadium.
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SEATTLE — The optimist Mariners fan — and there still might be a couple of you out there — can point to the fact that this club has been competitive in virtually every game lately; that the Mariners’ last seven losses have been by a combined 11 runs; that, despite a 2-5 homestand, they are just 1 1/2 games out of a wild-card berth as August approaches.
INDIANAPOLIS — There was a period a few years ago when many wondered whether Jeff Gordon’s best days were behind him.
SEATTLE — For some teams, four runs is an average night of production. For the Mariners in the past 30 games, that’s an offensive explosion.
ELMA — The best way to erase a bad memory is to make a new, even better one the next time around.
Klein eliminated in state semifinals
NEW YORK — Cooperstown will have a Southern accent this weekend as 40,000 people — about 16 times last year’s total — visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame for its annual induction ceremony in central New York state.
MENLO — Longtime assistant Jay Pearson has been promoted to head boys basketball coach at Willapa Valley High School, Valley athletic director John Peterson reported Thursday.
ELMA — Elma High School’s varsity football team will now play its four 2014 home games at Stewart Field in Aberdeen.
CHEHALIS — Splitting their first four games, Willapa Harbor’s all-stars kept their regional hopes alive in the Southern Washington 15-year-old Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament.
RENTON — Marshawn Lynch will not be reporting to Seattle Seahawks training camp when it opens on Friday because he wants his contract reworked.
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.