Three times during his pre-spring practice press conference Monday, new Washington football coach Chris Petersen used the phrase “work in progress” to describe certain aspects of the program.
As the player from Edmonds-Woodway cut down the lane on a beeline to the basket, Mount Rainier High senior Brittany McPhee was a half-step behind — just waiting for her moment to pounce.
What looms as the biggest positional battle in Seattle Mariners camp is fully engaged just four games into Cactus League play as Brad Miller and Nick Franklin each have made two starts at shortstop.
Seasons can end on one play.
Just keep working the jab.
Eighth-ranked Wilson finally held off Ferndale, 59-54, in the Class 3A regional round Saturday afternoon at Mount Tahoma High School.
Arlington girls oust the Titans for the second straight year, winning in OT; Beamer boys rout Bothell, 77-41, to advance.
Tacoma Boxing Club coach Tom Mustin was direct with his statement to Nick Jefferson.
The 66th annual Tacoma Golden Gloves amateur boxing tournament begins Friday with preliminary bouts at the Al Davies Boys and Girls Club.
WALLA WALLA — The sounds bled through the walls of the visitor’s locker room deep under the Sherwood Athletic Center.
As an NFL prospect, Russell Wilson attracted scouts’ attention with his disproportionately large hands.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Utilityman Willie Bloomquist is the owner of a new Russell Wilson jersey after winning a Super Bowl bet with Cleveland reliever David Aardsma.
Work that started on the playgrounds of Federal Way is paying off in Charleston, S.C., this month as homegrown player Sean Okoli has begun making his mark with Seattle Sounders FC.
Any serious evaluations won’t start, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon keeps saying, until the Cactus League games start. And even that pales in comparison with what happens in the regular season.
Whatever you want to call it — the round of 16, regionals or just the new high school basketball playoff system the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association has adopted — it has arrived.
It’s impossible to imagine Jesus Montero enduring a season worse than 2013, when the erstwhile Seattle Mariners prospect was sidelined by a knee injury and a suspension for performance-enhancing drugs.
In a state gymnastics meet featuring five defending champions, it was the new girls who stole the show.
Defensive line football mates in the fall, wrestling-room training partners in the winter — and now this.
Between club and high school swimming practices and meets this year, Federal Way High sophomore Thomas Anderson was spending about five hours a day, five days a week in the pool.
Bogdon Bliznyuk and the rest of the Todd Beamer boys basketball team cut down the net Saturday at Pacific Lutheran University after exposing No. 4 Kentridge with a 51-36 win.
The final race of the evening for the Steilacoom High School boys swim team should have been the equivalent of a victory lap to celebrate the school’s first Class 2A state team title.
Round Four of the Lincoln vs. Wilson head-to-head battles went to the Lincoln Abes, and with it came the Class 3A West Central/Southwest bidistrict trophy.
Amanda Forshay scored a career-high 30 points to lead the University of Puget Sound women’s basketball team to an 84-61 victory over Pacific (Ore.) on Saturday night at Memorial Fieldhouse.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll explained the value of all the stop-watch squinting and player interrogations at the annual NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
Brad Evans converted a penalty kick in the 89th minute to give Seattle Sounders FC a 2-1 win over the Charleston Battery on Saturday in the opening round of the Carolina Challenge Cup.
Free-agent outfielder Nelson Cruz won’t be a Mariner.
Travel outside the Pacific Northwest, mention the Seattle Mariners and it’s likely the talk veers toward Robinson Cano, and his offseason decision to walk away from the Yankees for a decade of riches.
The Seattle Seahawks have a historically daunting issue in front of them: repeating.
North Central High rides the dynamic, state title-holding Quintanilla brothers to its first Class 3A team championship Saturday at Mat Classic XXVI.
Wilson freshman Josie Matz might have ice in her veins.
It’s going to be Wilson vs. Lincoln, Part Four, for the Class 3A West Central/Southwest bidistrict boys basketball title.
When Kamiakin High School’s gymnasts arrived at the Class 3A/2A/1A state competition at the Tacoma Dome Exhibition Hall, they all wore rainbow-hued princess crowns.
Still recovering from a cold, Curtis High School senior Brian Woodbury was more than ready for a few more solid hours of sleep Friday morning.
The Enumclaw Hornets had the height advantage up and down the roster, starting no player shorter than 6-foot-3.
At the Class 3A West Central-Southwest bi-district quarterfinals in Rogers High School, Cerberus came to town.
Two wins in the hotly contested 3A SPSL regular-season series netted Sumner High School its first boys basketball league championship in more than three decades.
EUGENE, Ore. — They’ve done it before.
After an All-Star “game” that found two teams combining to launch 100 shots beyond the 3-point line, new NBA commissioner Adam Silver acknowledged self-evident concerns about the event’s format Tuesday.
Robinson Cano fessed up. He admitted it felt strange Tuesday to don a Mariners uniform and take part in workouts with a new group of teammates after previously spending his entire career in New York Yankees pinstripes.
Not much can bring Jamila Jones to tears, but it happened Monday night at the 3A West Central/Southwest girls basketball tournament.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Manager Lloyd McClendon is already chafing at any characterization that paints the Mariners as Robinson Cano and a cast of nobodies.
Go ahead, breathe a little easier, Mariners fans. Taijuan Walker’s first bullpen workout is in the rear-view mirror.
The Tacoma Dome, home to the Mat Classic since 1989, is where Jimmy Belleville achieved greatness from 2006-09.
PEORIA, Ariz. — The tweaking of Mike Zunino’s swing is one of the developing storylines in the early days of Seattle Mariners spring training.
PEORIA, Ariz. — First baseman Justin Smoak, armed with a new contract, shrugged off the looming competition from two of the Seattle Mariners’ key offseason acquisitions.
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