Aaron Lavinsky | The Daily World
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PHILADELPHIA — It was a game the Mariners probably should have won and a series they needed to win.
Clubbers fifth in Western Nationals
Guest forecasters are being sought for The Daily World Pro Football Forecasting Contest, which begins the first week of September.
The San Francisco Giants won their protest of Tuesday night’s 2-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
No sport is drenched in tradition like college football, and in 2014, it’s going to do away with one of those. We’re about to have a definitive, recognizable, undisputed national champion. (With only a little controversy.)
Tony Stewart will not race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on Saturday night, the third consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race that Stewart will have missed since his involvement in a fatal accident.
South Williamsport , Pa. — Not even Mo’ne Davis could stop the hard-hitting bunch from Nevada, although the team from Pennsylvania held their own for most of the night.
SEATTLE — No school had a merrier team riding the coaching carousel than the Washington Huskies.
RENTON — In his first full practice after offseason ankle surgery, linebacker Malcolm Smith made the play of the day.
SEATTLE — There were plenty of numbers in Seattle’s favor Wednesday night against San Jose.
PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Phillies found out for the first time what most of baseball already knows — Hisashi Iwakuma is pretty darn good.
Joel Dublanko, regarded as one of the nation’s top high school football linebackers, will return to Aberdeen High School for his junior year.
OCEAN SHORES — Tucked away in her Ocean Shores home, Merrianna McCully had nearly all of the material and information needed to write a book about her second career in baseball.