ANAHEIM, Calif. — Just a few hours after he admitted that his team wasn’t an “offensive juggernaut” — a premise few would argue with him about — Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon watched his team look like one on Tuesday night.
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CHESTER, Pa. — Sounders strikers Clint Dempsey and Obafemi Martins find each other, from passing drills on the training field to counterattacks storming into an opposing team’s penalty box.
MONTESANO — What started as a tight match-up quickly turned into a blowout in the second half on Tuesday night at Jack Rottle Field.
League rivals for the first time since 2009, Aberdeen and Hoquiam met at Olympic Stadium to kick off the Evergreen 2A/1A League girls soccer schedule on Tuesday night.
SANTA CLARA — All it took was a new stadium for the Chicago Bears to end their near 30-year hex in San Francisco.
Tigers 56, Bobcats 14
Keselowski wins Chase-opener at Chicagoland
All season long, I’ve waited for the other shoe to drop regarding the Seattle Mariners.
One admittedly minor difference between American football and international futbol (aka soccer) can be found in Aberdeen’s qualification standards for postseason competition.
WISHKAH — In more ways than one, Twin Valley’s home debut as a football combine turned into a meltdown.
SEATTLE — Before bouncing back up the Husky Stadium tunnel, John Ross III stopped and stripped.
PULLMAN — Connor Halliday, the nation’s leading passer, threw for 544 yards and six touchdowns on Saturday as Washington State beat Portland State 59-21.