SEATTLE — Erasmo Ramirez finished folding his clothes into his bags. A trip to Tacoma awaited him, but not for the reasons that have previously earned him a demotion to the minor leagues.
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CHEHALIS — Riverview Little League, of Spokane, patiently waited for Aberdeen’s bats to cool off before running away at the Washington State 10-11 Little League tournament on Tuesday.
Sherrie Green, Aberdeen High School’s track and cross country coach for several years, has resigned both positions.
ROSEBURG, Ore. — Following dominating regional performances, two Hoquiam Babe Ruth softball teams are World Series-bound.
ELMA — Devan West, Colby Thornhill and Lindsay Barney each won two divisions in the I-5 Quarter Midget Club’s annual Mudslinger Race last weekend at the Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds.
CHEHALIS — Stellar pitching enabled Aberdeen to pass its opening test in the State 10-11 Little League baseball tournament.
OLYMPIA — Winning three of four contests, Precision Pipe of Montesano earned a state berth by placing third in the Region II American Legion AA Divisional Baseball Tournament that concluded Sunday at Olympia High School.
SEATTLE — At the very least, Roenis Elias’ previous three starts had to cause a hint of concern among Seattle Mariners’ brass.
Grays Harbor bows out of state BR-14
Rory McIlroy has already separated himself from the heat-wave players of his own generation, and it’s not because of his hot sleeves and pink spikes. The brilliance and audience magnetism that others strive for with their candy-colored club shafts and fluorescent shirts, McIlroy comes by easily. The golf audience long has sensed something apart about McIlroy, some elevated potential, and with his victory in the British Open, he affirmed it. The next great is crowned. He is the Boy King.
HOYLAKE, England — The sad saga of Tiger Woods at this British Open ended Sunday with a 5-foot putt for par on the 18th hole.
Could American football soon take a page from Australian rugby?
RENTON — The many Seahawks fans without tickets who want to attend regular-season games in 2014 will have to try their luck on the secondary market.