A cold, brisk Grays Harbor Memorial Day was the backdrop to the home debut of the Grays Harbor Gulls at Olympic Stadium.
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ELMA — Fireworks night at Grays Harbor Raceway was found on the track before the night’s sky was lit up after on Saturday night.
INDIANAPOLIS — Juan Pablo Montoya became a two-time Indianapolis 500 champion Sunday the “Juan way,” outslugging Will Power and Scott Dixon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
TORONTO — It’s baseball math. Two bad pitches added up to four runs and equaled another loss for Taijuan Walker.
CONCORD, N.C. — Carl Edwards cruised to victory in the Coca-Cola 600 Sunday night.
CASTLE ROCK — Two suicide squeeze bunts. Two game-altering runs. One ticket to Yakima.
CENTRALIA — For the second time in seven days, it was Hoquiam hoisting a district trophy. After the Grizzly baseball team won the district championship on May 16, it was the softball team’s turn on Saturday. The Grizzlies defeated Montesano 4-3 in the District IV 1A tournament championship game at Fort Borst Park in Centralia.
CASTLE ROCK — Montesano survived an early pitcher’s duel, then made the play it needed in extra innings on Saturday.
CENTRALIA — The reigning state champions will be defending their crown at the state 1A tournament in Richland next weekend. Elma came from behind to beat Castle Rock 11-9 in a winner-to-state/loser-out game at Fort Borst Park in Centralia on Saturday to earn a spot in the state tournament field.
TORONTO — The game appeared to be spiraling out of control in the first inning. James Paxton had given up a leadoff double to Josh Donaldson and then issued a walk to Jose Bautista, which included a wild pitch on ball four that moved Donaldson to third base.
SEATTLE — Sporting Kansas City limped into Seattle on Saturday with a lineup dotted with injuries or just general fatigue from a midweek game played just three days earlier.
MOSSYROCK — PeEll-Willapa Valley’s successful first season as a baseball combine ended one game short of the state’s Final Four.
Through the trials of a four-day tryout/scrimmage series and first-year miscues, the Grays Harbor Gulls are scheduled to begin their home season on Monday.
TORONTO — What Felix Hernandez did Friday night won’t completely remove the disappointment of what happened here last September.