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A skeptical friend who is not a Northwest native posed a reasonable question several months ago: Did Ken Griffey Jr. really save baseball in Seattle?
The quietest time during a storm can be found just before and just after it hits land. The same can be said for being inside the eye of the storm as it moves on.
The late baseball broadcaster Harry Caray’s signature home-run call was “It might be, it could be, it is!”
Keeping your head when everyone else around you is losing theirs is a trait you can’t teach or instill into someone. You have to have it already in your constitution.
Vancouver sports writer Tim Martinez recently came up with a proposal that would drastically change the landscape of Southwest Washington prep sports.
Hoquiam’s boys basketball team will begin its state 1A tournament run today at the Yakima SunDome, its first since 2006 when it finished fifth overall. It is a long overdue return to one of the program’s favorite sites where it has had many iconic moments.
As soon as next November, it is theoretically possible that Aberdeen’s Stewart Field could host a state prep football semifinal playoff game.
Dear Santa Claus,
espite what some pundits had proclaimed, Sunday’s 39-30 conquest of the Pittsburgh Steelers was
That was fun. It was good, dirty, muddy, rain-soaked, overtime, last-stand, last play, dramatic state football fun.
Win, you get to stay on the gridiron. Lose, you get to start basketball, swimming and wrestling seasons.
Welcome to rivalry week on Grays Harbor.
Postseason football is on the horizon and district administrators have released the crossover brackets this week.
Reality slipped its hand into the world of high school football in Washington state this past weekend.