SEATTLE—It’s been a while — 13 years to be exact. But Saturday night, the Seattle Mariners and their fans got to relive the excitement of playoff baseball again.
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WISHKAH — In more ways than one, Twin Valley’s home debut as a football combine turned into a meltdown.
SEATTLE — Before bouncing back up the Husky Stadium tunnel, John Ross III stopped and stripped.
PULLMAN — Connor Halliday, the nation’s leading passer, threw for 544 yards and six touchdowns on Saturday as Washington State beat Portland State 59-21.
OYEHUT — North Beach’s versatile and powerful offense was on full display on Friday night at Lt. Jim Davis Field. The host Hyaks dominated both sides of the ball en route to a 54-0 win over South Bend in a Pacific League football game.
STEVENSON — Once its offense caught up with its defensive performance, Hoquiam was in business on Friday.
BELFAIR — They may have been able to survive a power outage and the unexpected triggering of a sprinkler system. But Elma’s Eagles were unable to overcome their own mistakes.
NOOKSACK — For a shootout near the Canadian border, Nooksack Valley quarterback Tanner Myhre had too many bullets for Montesano.
CENTRALIA — Centralia used a big-play offense to thump Aberdeen, 56-14, in a non-league football game Friday night at Tiger Stadium.
Auburn Mountainview 31, Steilacoom 18
The traditionally unpredictable opening week of the National Football League season predictably took its toll on The Daily World Pro Football Forecasting panel.
SEATTLE — For moments on Friday night, it seemed like James Paxton’s start would free-fall into a messy disaster, while taking the Seattle Mariners’ victory hopes with him.
RENTON — Russell Wilson knows all about Dan Fouts. Charlie Joiner. Kellen Winslow. “Air Coryell.”