Gig Harbor and Bellarmine Prep battle for 4A Narrows supremacy, Bethel needs a win against Graham-Kapowsin and Lakes heads to Auburn for a 3A SPSL showdown.
1 Unblemished Abes
Pacific Lutheran’s football team needed a four-touchdown performance from quarterback Dalton Ritchey to put away Willamette last season.
(all games 7 p.m. unless noted)
1 Bounce back
Road loss all but ends PLU’s bid for third consecutive NCAA Division II at-large playoff berth; Puget Sound wins at George Fox
The University of Puget Sound’s special-teams mishap at the end of the first half opens the floodgates as Pacific University score 44 consecutive to wipe out 17-0 UPS lead
Bellarmine Prep graduate Andrew Yun defeats PGA player Michael Putnam with 15-under-par final score
Putnam ties for second-lowest round of day (67); Yun shoots 68 to tie at 9-under 133. Thornton lurking one stroke back
Braves prove to doubters that they have a solid team
With hundreds of rounds at Meadow Park Golf Course, Tacoma’s Andrew Yun knows every inch of the layout.
Spread offenses, led by better-prepared quarterbacks, are producing staggering passing numbers in high school football — like Amandre Williams of Tahoma and Griffen Stacy of Rogers becoming the first in Washington high school football history to throw for at least 500 yards in the same game.
Despite a Pac-12 Conference opener against the No. 2 team in the country on deck, this week is just like every other week for the Washington State football team, which is focused internally and cares only about the things it can control.
Niko Madison paces team’s 253-yard rushing effort with 149 of his own; defense forces three turnovers
Jordan Kitna throws for 377 yards and four touchdown passes, runs for two more and the Lincoln High School football team outscores Puyallup by 30 points in the second half to win 52-23.
Lucas Sontra, an Everett product, has 12 career touchdowns as part-timer player — and more is expected in 2014
Ricky Daley earned the first head coaching job of his career at Mount Tahoma High School this past spring and Thomas Ford earned his first only weeks later at Stadium after both spent the past two years on Jeff Thomas’ staff at the University of Puget Sound.
But emotional 13-10 Loggers victory comes with bad news — record-holding QB Braden Foley (shoulder) could be out a while
Seattle Mariners catcher Mike Zunino set a franchise record for most home runs in a season by a catcher with his 20th in the Mariners’ 7-5 victory Friday over the Texas Rangers.
Senior linebacker Max Mirande has been as reliable as they come in a UPS defense ravaged by injuries last season
Cascade Christian graduate stumbles to 10-over-par 80 in first round at the BMW Championship.
1. Oregon: A football player named Royce pretty much has to have “Rolls” as a nickname, right?
Cascade Christian graduate will be in action at the BMW Championship, where he has a history of success.
1 David Shaw and Steve Sarkisian meet again: Remember after the Huskies lost at Stanford last season, and then-UW coach Steve Sarkisian implied that Stanford was faking injuries in an effort to slow the Huskies’ offense? Cardinal coach David Shaw didn’t take too kindly to that. The two meet again Saturday for the first time since that spat. Both say it’s behind them, but it will be interesting to monitor that dynamic.
Pair of goals by Amy Rodriguez forces Seattle to content itself with record regular season.
September can be a showcase for the best baseball has to offer, but it’s not for everybody. Teams must earn the roller-coaster ride that can be traumatizing one day and exhilarating the next.
Lakes Benning Potoae, Federal Ways Chico McClatcher highlight strong class of senior college prospects
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
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