Top two finishers will cap second league season at noon in Tukwila.
Heavy-favorite Stryker Phd used a huge late kick down the lane, charging from last place, to capture the 79th running of the $200,000 Longacres Mile (Gr. 3) Sunday at Emerald Downs.
Seattle and Washington both aim to continue big turnaround seasons in their league semifinal clash.
Last year’s Mile runner-up Stryker Phd, already a winner of two stakes races at Emerald Downs this season, is the favorite to step into this year’s winner’s circle
Saudia James-Heard, 13, set the Junior Olympic record for her age group in the triple jump in July
Schools such as Eatonville, River Ridge, Life Christian are not only members of new leagues, they will be playing most of their games in different counties
Stryker Phd, the morning-line favorite at 5-2 and Mile runner-up in 2013, is looking for back-to-back stakes victories after capturing the Mount Rainier Handicap in July.
Puyallup’s Ryan Moore and University Place’s Michael Putnam tee off Thursday in The Barclays
Judge for yourself.
Birdie at the 18th hole gives 13-year-old victory over University of California-commit Marianne Li of Bellevue
The Evergreen State College removed the interim head coach tag Jennifer Schooler has held since February following the resignation of 13-year coach Monica Heuer
Kenedee Peters, an incoming freshman at Ephrata High School, is one of eight quarterfinalists for Wednesday’s match play at the Pacific Northwest Junior Girls Amateur Championships at the Olympia Country and Golf Club.
Alisha Lau and Naomi Ko shot an even-par 72 to share medalist honors in stroke play on opening day of the 59th Pacific Northwest Junior Girls Amateur Championship at the Olympia Country and Golf Club on Monday.
Puyallup golfer moves up to 23rd with 4-under-par 67
Enumclaw product shots final-round 71 to hold off two golfers by one shot
Puyallup golfer shoots 73 — his third over-par round to begin a major this season
Puyallup golfer looks for strong tournament to earn spot on U.S. Ryder Cup team
Bonney Lake native J. Michael Kelly drove the 1 Graham Trucking to a win in the championship heat of the Albert Lee Appliance Cup at Seafair on Sunday, edging Jon Zimmerman and Jimmy Shane after waiting out a final-lap review.
John Force, 65, wins 141st career NHRA national event over 67-year-old ex-teammate Gary Densham; Kalitta (Top Fuel), Line (Pro Stock) also event winners
The 16-time Funny Car champion from Yorba Linda, California earns his 150th qualifying spot; Schumacher (Top Fuel), Johnson (Pro Stock) also nab top spots
Ryan Moore moves into top 10 at WGC-Bridgestone Invitational; Michael Putnam and Kyle Stanley surge at Barracuda Championship
Legendary driver comes out of retirement, but is suspended after wreck at Seafair
Ryan Moore drops to 18th at WGC-Bridgestone Invitational; Kyle Stanley and Michael Putnam both make cut at Barracuda Championship
Hydroplane is in just its 2nd race, and Ellstrom Racing is still working on fine-tuning it
Ryan Moore tied for 2nd at WGC-Bridgestone Invitational; Kyle Stanley and Michael Putnam back in the pack at Barracuda Championship
28-year-old driver takes over Oberto boat after Steve David retired last year
Ryan Moore at WGC-Bridgestone Invitational; Kyle Stanley and Michael Putnam at Barracuda Championship
Achieving major milestones on his road to recovery is how Seth Harvey dealt with the stress of two words pitchers fear: Tommy John.
Ex-Bellarmine Prep and University of Washington standout, who just signed to go to Italian League, will hold a pair of two-day youth camps at Gonyea Boys & Girls Club
Collin Bordeaux, a sophomore at Bellarmine Prep, edges Chris Mogg in a playoff at Allenmore Golf Course
Veteran hydroplane driver and owner Nate Brown is calling it quits after the Albert Lee Cup at Seafair on Sunday, and he has taken a creative measure to fund his final race: crowdsourcing.
With Michael Putnam’s high finish at last week’s RBC Canadian Open, he and brother, Andrew, will be first set of brothers on PGA Tour in two decades
University of Washington graduate grabs men’s singles crown at the 123rd annual Pacific Northwest Open
Nebraska star wins in three sets to advance to PNW Open singles championship match
Kyle Stanley third, Michael Putnam ninth after three rounds at Canadian Open
Former University of Washington tennis star knocks off Federal Way’s Stewart in straight sets.
Stewart topped Boise’s Patton 6-2, 6-4, will face former UW star Kyle McMorrow at 11 a.m. Friday
Men finish first round, but only two women’s matches are completed.
Former five-time LPGA Tour winner Cindy Rarick gets first victory since 2005 in washed-out final round in Federal Way
No. 1-seeded qualifier Thomas Cundy advances to men’s open singles main draw at Pacific Northwest Open Championship
With rain clouds threatening to open up, the No. 1 seed in men’s open singles qualifying was taken to the brink of elimination Tuesday at the Pacific Northwest Open Championships at the Tacoma Lawn Tennis Club.
Several South Sound players advanced Monday in the first round of qualifying for the men’s main draw at the Pacific Northwest Open at Tacoma Lawn Tennis Club.
The 18-year-old Federal Way grad and UW commit will play against over 50 competitors at this week’s Pacific Northwest Open Tennis Championships
Puyallup golfer shoots 1-over-par 73, still tied for 12th
Puyallup golfer shoots 2-under-par 70, is tied for 19th
Baseball has a problem: Clayton Kershaw, Aroldis Chapman, Felix Hernandez and all the other kings of the hill are just too good.
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