CHENEY — School records fell and state champions were crowned — often in dramatic fashion — on a productive day for Twin Harbors track athletes at state.
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YAKIMA — The moment may have been big for Hoquiam’s 6-foot-7 senior pitching ace on Friday afternoon, but not too big.
RICHLAND — Hoquiam and Montesano both earned a place in the state 1A semifinals after the first day of state 1A softball on Friday at Columbia Playfields in Richland.
PASCO — For the final act of her state high school golf career, Lauryn Keating saved the best until last.
Two Grays Harbor distance runners cracked the top ten in their specialties on the opening day of state track and field competition on Thursday.
The 2015 season has been the year of the pitcher in Evergreen 2A/1A League softball.
After the first day of play Elma’s Lauryn Keating is in position to repeat as state 1A girls golf champion.
Life as a reigning state track &field team champion is pretty good, especially when you are setting goals for Dairy Queen Blizzards from the coaches.
The final two games of Hoquiam’s baseball season will be intense, emotional and played in the late May heat of the Yakima Valley.
Hoquiam’s Bailee Bradley and Montesano’s Megan Choate took top honors on the all-Evergreen 2A/1A League softball team announced on Tuesday.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Kyle Seager wasn’t going to let his team lose to the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night.
PULLMAN — Donnie Marbut’s decade as skipper of the Washington State baseball program ended on Tuesday, when athletic director Bill Moos fired him.
ELMA — Fireworks night at Grays Harbor Raceway was found on the track before the night’s sky was lit up after on Saturday night.