Even tackling larger opponents, Aberdeen’s swimmers are getting the job done as often as not.
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If nothing else, a jumbled Evergreen 2A/1A League football race should untangle a bit by Friday night.
Walking on the sidelines at Lt. Davis Field at North Beach High School on Saturday afternoon was a walk well spent.
PITTSBURGH — The streets here Wednesday afternoon were crawling with black T-shirts and Pirate caps. The Roberto Clemente Bridge, over the Allegheny River connecting downtown to PNC Park, filled with equal parts beer and hope, which have an interesting relationship to begin with. The novelty of playoff baseball came a year ago, when a two-decade postseason drought was broken. These fans who packed the yard to back their Pittsburgh Pirates weren’t blindly delirious, delivering a civic exhale. They expected more.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Los Angeles Angels and their loyalists should band tightly, because no one else in the country is rooting for them.
Hyaks, Gulls both ranked
At the midpoint of each set, Hoquiam’s volleyballers took their game to another level.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — They knew. They all knew, even before it was official. They had waited long enough. They would start their celebration early.
Displaying their customary depth, Aberdeen’s golfers remained unbeaten with a 178-230 victory over Rochester in a Southwest Washington 2A/1A League match Monday at Grays Harbor Country Club.
Two-day football games, such as last weekend’s North Beach-Raymond double-overtime football thriller, are exceedingly rare.
The Seattle Seahawks benefited a week ago from a controversial, relatively recent, format change. Had the circumstances been different, the Seattle Mariners might have followed suit this week.