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A late arrival to soccer, Franklin Pierce’s Caitrin McKenna making up for lost time

The Franklin Pierce High School senior has scored 35 career goals, and is on pace for a banner year

Franklin Pierce High School girls soccer is off to a hot 8-1 start thanks in part to the play of forward Caitrin McKenna, who is tied for the lead in scoring with teammate Molly Mortensen with 11 goals. Photo taken in Fife on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014.

Mariners’ Young selected as AL’s Comeback Player of the Year

Young is a pending free agent but says he’d like to stay with Mariners after ‘the most fulfilling and gratifying season of my career&#...

Seattle Mariners pitcher Chris Young throws against the Oakland Athletics on Sept. 14. Young was named the American League Comeback Player of the Year for the 2014 season.

Dave Boling: Despite loss by Seahawks to Rams, Russell Wilson’s effort worth singing about

Leading three late scoring drives and setting a league record for passing and rushing yards, Russell Wilson is adding to his unrivaled legacy

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, left, made NFL history on Sunday becoming the first player to throw for more than 300 yards and rush for more than 100 yards in a single game.

Wins are scarce for WSU Cougars, but so are blowout losses

The Washington State Cougars may not be on pace to win as many games as last season, but they’ve had chances to win in many more.

Washington State Cougars coach Mike Leach looks on in the first quarter of the Sept. 27 game at Utah.  “We’ve just got to get older and learn from playing,” he says.

Higher risk: higher reward? Expect more blitzing as Seahawks try to revive pass rush

Seattle (3-3) has seven sacks in six games, and just four in their past five games. They’ve lost three of those last five. "The inability to affect the quarterback has really been a factor,” coach Pete Carroll says, “so there...