Reality slipped its hand into the world of high school football in Washington state this past weekend.
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Toward the rainy end of Friday night’s North Beach-Raymond game, the opportunity to grab the lead for the Pacific 2B League title was taken by the Hyaks.
SEATTLE — Were Seattle Seahawks fans really concerned after starting the season 0-2? Well, after Sunday’s comfortable 26-0 victory over Chicago, it appeared any concern on this day was unfounded.
Styles make the best fights, whether it is in boxing or mixed martial arts. You can say the same thing about football, too.
A blue, cloudless sky was the perfect ceiling for football on this late Saturday morning. The setting was new. The teams have never met before. The only thing the University of Washington and Sacramento State had in common was football.
When Kam Chancellor inked a four-year, $28 million deal with the Seattle Seahawks two years ago, he did so knowing he may be cut or he could renegotiate. No matter how much blood, sweat and tears were shed, he may not be a Seahawk forever.
ELMA — The sign is clear as day, black and white, right there. It took away my first — and what I thought would be my best — question to ask the carnival game operators at the Grays Harbor County Fair.
When you think about it, a surprising number of burning sports questions can be answered in one word.
The weather impact upon our salmon fishery is becoming the story these days. The lack of rain and snow pack is definitely being realized in low river conditions. These conditions are reaching record proportions and drawing the concerns of anglers, not only, for this season; but also for the fishery three years from now.
Traversing Interstate-5 on Monday afternoon got a little more interesting in Eugene, Ore., when a dark plumb of smoke rose above the Western skyline.
UNIVERSITY PLACE — The ninth hole at Chambers Bay Golf Course is called “Olympus,” a high-teed hole that offers the best sight lines of the links-style course.
It was a moment every Dad can relate to, seeing your son or daughter accomplish something big that they’ve been working toward for most of their lives.
To paraphrase the 16-time world heavyweight wrestling champion Ric Flair, “To be the best, you have to beat the best.”
A cold, brisk Grays Harbor Memorial Day was the backdrop to the home debut of the Grays Harbor Gulls at Olympic Stadium.
The notebook has been overstuffed from the past several weeks of action on the Twin Harbors. So, it is time to empty it to clear some space for the main thrust of postseason play.