OAKLAND — It has been a long 368 days for Oakland, but there was finally joy at the Black Hole on Thursday night.
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The Grays Harbor College men are hoping additional speed will provide a quicker route to the NWAC basketball playoffs.
The opening weekend of the state football playoffs certainly was a feast for those who enjoy offense, as well as those who like blowouts, too.
North Beach, Raymond and Twin Valley guaranteed themselves another week of football practice and a state playoff game with wins in the their respective openers last weekend.
SEATTLE — When it comes to late-game clock management, Oregon State coach Mike Riley isn’t much different from Chris Petersen and most others in college football.
TUKWILA — The Seattle Sounders would be notably short of their best without forward Clint Dempsey and defender DeAndre Yedlin, just as the Los Angeles Galaxy wouldn’t look the same without goals-leader Robbie Keane.
ST. LOUIS — Shaun Hill returned as the starter and helped lead the St. Louis Rams to a shocking win over Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
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Pacific League rivals North Beach and Raymond will square off against Central League opponents on the same state football quarterfinal doubleheader Saturday at Centralia.
FEDERAL WAY — Aberdeen’s girls swimming team finished its season on Saturday night with two relay teams in the championship finals and a pack of Bobcats in the consolation finals at the state 2A girls swimming championship meet at the King County Aquatic Center.
HOMESTEAD, Fla. — The winner of the race is the winner of the Chase.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The avalanche of ache finally caught up to the Seahawks.
Kobe Kalama was one of several Twin Valley players whose uniform numbers were incorrectly listed in Saturday’s game program. By the end of the night, however, Quilcene’s Rangers were all too familiar with his identity.