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2014 All-Area Football: McClatcher defies gravity, eludes tacklers

Exciting tailback Chico McClatcher finishes career with more than 8,000 all-purpose yards, 91 touchdowns at Federal Way High School

Federal Way High School running back Chico McClatcher, The News Tribune’s All-Area football Player of the Year, credits much of his success to the desire and work ethic instilled by his mother, Kam Warner, who was a running back for several area women’s professional teams during McClatcher’s youth.

As Kam Chancellor revives, so do Seahawks for holiday showdown vs. archrival 49ers

Last week Chancellor gave an impassioned pregame speech, the first such talk of his career. His teammates say it may have been the best one they&#...

A healthy Kam Chancellor at strong safety has coincided with a return to health for the entire Seahawks defense.

The News Tribune’s 2014 All-Area football team

The News Tribune's 2014 All-Area football team

At 34, Scott earning regular spot on Sounders back line

For better or worse, Seattle’s veteran defender says aggressive is the only way he knows how to play.

Seattle Sounders defender Zach Scott, right, says of his aggressive style of play, “I don’t know how else to play, to be honest with you.”

Cougars’ Allison gets a rude reception in Seattle

Adorned in his “crimson gear,” WSU linebacker Jeremiah Allison later snubbed by Huskies friends after a Cougars Apple Cup victory

Linebacker Jeremiah Allison still has emotional scars from his rude treatment he suffered from Huskies players after the Cougars’ Apple Cup win in 2012, and he can’t wait for a little payback in Pullman on Saturday.