Two-day football games, such as last weekend’s North Beach-Raymond double-overtime football thriller, are exceedingly rare.
Subscribe to Local RSS feed
The Seattle Seahawks benefited a week ago from a controversial, relatively recent, format change. Had the circumstances been different, the Seattle Mariners might have followed suit this week.
Displaying their customary depth, Aberdeen’s golfers remained unbeaten with a 178-230 victory over Rochester in a Southwest Washington 2A/1A League match Monday at Grays Harbor Country Club.
Ocosta’s Davis earns WIAA honor
Bulldogs 50, Bobcats 0
SEATTLE — The grumbling started in the middle of fourth inning at Safeco Field. On the electronic scoreboard above the Mariners bullpen, the score changed from a 2-0 A’s lead in Texas 4-0. Boos and groans could be heard among the 40,823 fans in attendance.
SEATTLE — The game ended with Cyler Miles going down again. It was fourth-and-18, 14 seconds left, and the Huskies’ sophomore quarterback was flushed from the pocket, scrambling ahead, hoping, lunging for, well, something.
AMANDA PARK — An inspired defensive effort against a potent offense and a gutty performance by Kobe Kalama helped lift Twin Valley back into the victory column on Saturday.
SEATTLE — You could say they were due.
SALT LAKE CITY —What began as a merciless Utah blowout instead morphed into one of Washington State’s all-time stunners here Saturday night as the Cougars pecked back from a 21-point deficit to shock the Utes, 28-27.
SEATTLE — Obafemi Martins’ pass took a timely bounce off Jhon Hurtado’s thigh and landed in front of Lamar Neagle, who only had to beat Chivas USA goalkeeper Dan Kennedy.
OYEHUT — Just when it appeared that a classic Pacific League football showdown might never end, Alex McAra and Elijah Towery applied the finishing touches to a landmark North Beach victory.