Hoquiam is eyeing an aerial route as a potential pathway to a deeper football playoff run.
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Welcome back to high school football season, ladies and gentlemen.
The World of Outlaws has been more like the World of Schatz as the sprint car racing series heads into this weekend’s events at Skagit Speedway and Grays Harbor Raceway.
Week 1 Capsules
The good news for Aberdeen High School athletics is that there is just one more year left in the two-year District IV 2A independent experiment.
HOUSTON — For Shawn O’Malley, the privilege to put on a Mariners uniform is a little different from his teammates.
RENTON — Tuesday’s practice was over for the Seattle Seahawks, as most of the players filed toward the locker room from the indoor field at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center.
PULLMAN — For fans of many college football programs, conjecture is the quickest way to pass dreary months spent waiting for the season to start.
NEW YORK — Her match over, Serena Williams threw on a white T-shirt and moved almost directly to an outside practice court with her coach. A news conference and other niceties could wait. A crowd formed in the little grandstand by the far practice court, bigger than those at some of the actual U.S. Open playing courts as Williams worked on serves, especially second serves.
Second-year Aberdeen head coach Kevin Ridout has gone back to basics with the Bobcats this year.
RENTON — Marshawn Lynch may have his challenges relating to the media, but there’s a chance he’s about to add a teammate he has no issues conversing with.
HOUSTON — In the last month and a half, the playing time of Logan Morrison has grown sporadic. Once the every-day first baseman, he’s surrendered innings and at-bats with the addition of Jesus Montero.
HOUSTON — The first wave arrived Tuesday when, as expected, the Seattle Mariners summoned four players from Triple-A Tacoma in accordance with rules permitting rosters to expand to as many as 40 players in September.
Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred denied a request from the “Shoeless” Joe Jackson Museum to reopen the case of the Chicago White Sox player banned in 1920 for allegedly conspiring with teammates and gamblers to throw the 1919 World Series, museum president Arlene Marcley said Tuesday.
For a long time, it was impossible to tell what Serena Williams wanted. Did she want to be a café society girl? Did she want to be a clothing empress? Did she want a long career playing tennis, or was the game simply a means to a more glamorous and less work intensive gig? In her peripatetic middle years she dressed with more purpose than she played, seemed more interested in cunning little pleats than in competition. That’s over now. Williams knows what wants, and what she wants is all of it, a clean sweep of Melbourne, Paris, London and New York.