Two weeks in, the non-league football schedules are all but done on the Twin Harbors. It is time for league play.
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All season long, I’ve waited for the other shoe to drop regarding the Seattle Mariners.
SEATTLE — Outside CenturyLink Field, Soundgarden and Pharrell Williams played loud to kick off the start of the 2014 NFL season.
If there was an offseason between the end of 2013 and the start of this one on Friday, I didn’t notice it. There was too much going on.
An acclaimed new documentary could well attract an audience among Grays Harbor baseball fans with long memories.
Contrary to popular belief, the Seattle Mariners have made a couple of decent deals at baseball’s trading deadline.
Crowded parking lots at area motels are one indication that hosting state youth baseball and softball tournaments, in addition to providing entertainment for fans, are beneficial to the Grays Harbor economy.
It’s not too early to offer a trio of predictions for the 2015 U.S. Open golf tournament at Chambers Bay Golf Course near Tacoma.
One post-retirement position I’d be interested in taking would be a currently non-existent job as the all-powerful czar of Southwest Washington prep athletics.
A loser-out season football opener. Seeding meetings. And lots of pigtails.
Had Seattle relief pitcher Fernando Rodney coughed up a three-run lead to Texas on Friday night, Mariner manager Lloyd McLendon might have opened his post-game press conference with the following statement.
The heavy rainfall and flooding that occurred at the end of last month have taken their toll on river fishing into the month of March. Of course, the greatest impact has been that anglers have not been able to find fishable water.
During the past two seasons, Twin Harbors basketball teams have registered a combined 3-11 record in regional competition— 0-11 if Taholah’s boys and girls are excluded.
SEATTLE — Supporter groups in Seattle and Portland — the Emerald City Supporters and the Timber Army — both preach to their members and to the outside fans of the Sounders and the Timbers to stay until the final whistle.
Road-weary and anxious to get moving, Hoquiam’s boys basketball team got about 40 minutes of pre-game shoot-around time at Mountlake Terrace High School last Friday.