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.
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UNIVERSITY PLACE — Standing atop one of the countless hills inside the Chambers Bay Golf Course, you immediately notice the natural amphitheater the course was cut and created into just under eight years ago.
Seeing a glass half-full also means that it’s half-empty. The Seattle Mariners are a case in point.
The Sports Network wire service account of the Seattle Mariners’ 10-inning victory over the Oakland Athletics on Sunday contained a sentence guaranteed to infuriate Mariner fans.
Early in my sports writing career, I learned the folly of authoring critiques on Twin Harbors high school and community college coaches.
Surrounded by his wrestlers and coaches, Chuck Veloni enjoyed every moment during last week’s Aberdeen High School wrestling award banquet.
A former co-worker once told me that, when considering career options, she’d divide a legal-sized pad of paper in half and list the pros and cons of making a change on opposite sides.
A Chehalis High School staff member posed a question to me last week. It wasn’t the first time I’d heard it.
At different times during the National Football League season, I’ve made two sweeping pronouncements about the Seattle Seahawks.
SEATTLE — Long after the Seattle Seahawks were presented the George Halas Trophy for winning the second straight NFC Championship, a large group of print, radio and television media gathered in a holding area underneath CenturyLink Field.
The patrons of an Aberdeen restaurant last week were seemingly oblivious to a luncheon conversation that covered Felix Hernandez, the Seattle Mariners and even the long-gone Grays Harbor Loggers.
If he wanted to revitalize his career as a stand-up comedian, “Price is Right” host and Seattle Sounders minority owner Drew Carey could develop a routine about the goofy Major League Soccer playoff format.
Elsewhere in this edition is a collection of the highlights and lowlights from my 42-year career at The Daily World.
Since the NFL schedule makers released the 2014 regular-season schedule in March, this Thanksgiving Night showdown between Seattle and San Francisco at Levi Stadium has been the most eagerly awaited game on the West Coast.
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.