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.
There was a hint of panic as Dwyane Wade wondered whether elder actually was eldest.
They’re not exactly the faces you would expect to see at a high school gymnastics competition.
If the Class 4A South Puget Sound League boys wrestling tournament at Emerald Ridge High School is any indicator, teams heading to Mat Classic on Friday and Saturday will have to watch out for the Tahoma Bears at the Tacoma Dome.
BONNEY LAKE — For 40 consecutive minutes, longtime Decatur High School wrestling coach Mike Bressler and his assistants sat in the same corner during finals matches at Saturday’s 3A Region II wrestling tournament.
Usually if you can survive the 2A South Puget Sound League in wrestling, you can survive any contest.
PEORIA, Ariz. — How a pitcher looks in a bullpen throwing session in the early days of spring camp generally means little.
On the University of Missouri campus, where students once were more prone to participate in panty raids and streaker romps than a march to promote social awareness, Michael Sam's homosexuality was widely known, scarcely discussed and never publicized.
BOULDER, Colo.—Greeted by thorough domination in all its forms, the Washington Huskies were all but run out of the Coors Events Center by the Colorado Buffaloes on Sunday night.
The 2015 U.S. Open golf tournament at Chambers Bay Golf Links will need 4,500 helpers; the online application process is underway.
It's nearly time for the Seattle Mariners to get a look at how their offseason roster makeover looks on the field. Yep, it's that time of year when spring begins to beckon us away from winter's ever-gray chill. Pitchers and catchers report Wednesday to the club's renovated year-round complex in Peoria, Ariz
The youngest and last of three brothers to come through the Stadium High boys swimming program, Noah Willers is trying to leave a legacy in his wake.
Giving up almost 60 pounds to most of his opponents, Puyallup High School senior Trent Nivala can’t rely solely on his brute strength to help him win every match.
The night could not have gone better for Decatur’s 120-pounder Trysten Dawson at the Class 3A South Puget Sound League subregionals in Auburn Mountainview.
There was a little bit of confusion among several of the finalists at the Narrows League 4A/3A wrestling championships.
BOULDER, Colo. — There was a time earlier this season, not too long after the Washington Huskies defeated then-No. 15-ranked Colorado, when coach Lorenzo Romar strayed from typical philosophy and encouraged his players to look at the Pac-12 Conference standings.
Spring training baseball games, by tradition, are leisurely tuneup exercises for everybody but the poor, unfortunate souls attempting to keep score. By the eighth inning of a Cactus League exhibition, when the minor leaguers replace the subs who went in for the starters, a scorebook page is cluttered with enough scribbled names of obscure prospects to make a brain explode.
If you have gotten out and watched the Bremerton High School girls bowl in Olympic League action, the West Central District tournament or even this weekend’s state championships, you will notice a familiar pitter-patter of feet.
For those who missed the story, a limited smelt-dipping season opens on Cowlitz on Saturday. This will be the first time in four years that smelt dippers will be able to try their luck, but only on the Cowlitz and just the next four Saturdays.
Keep up-to-date with the happenings in Sochi.
Malachi Flynn wasn’t looking to shoot a game-winning 3-pointer. He was simply seeking any opening to get a shot off. “I was looking for whatever was open,” said the Bellarmine Prep sophomore guard, “and the 3 was open.”
SOCHI, Russia — The sun shines brightly as a gentle breeze rustles palm trees along the shore. The forecast calls for a mostly clear sky with mild temperatures through the week.
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Curtis High School senior Brian Woodbury was straightforward in stating his intention of breaking the Class 4A South Puget Sound League boys swim meet record of 52.67 seconds in the 100-yard backstroke.
PULLMAN — When he was told it would be four to six weeks before he’d play in another basketball game, Washington State guard DaVonté Lacy consulted a calendar.
Trophy-deprived Seattle may be on the fringe of the national sports media's radar, but it might also be on the brink of changing that Sunday afternoon when the Seahawks play Denver in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Luke Salme was in his third season as the coach when the Olympia High School Bears clinched the 4A Narrows League boys basketball title in 2010-11.
A memorial service will be held this weekend for Ronald Zollo, the longest-tenured employee in the history of Tacoma minor-league baseball, who died Dec. 31.
The Sumner Spartans needed a win Tuesday against Fife, so they knew they had to do things differently against their league rival.
Sometimes Doug Cocke’ still cannot believe what exactly has transpired at Stadium High School.
PULLMAN — Coach Ken Bone and the Washington State men’s basketball team spent 15 minutes talking in the locker room after Sunday’s 71-44 loss to Oregon.
Police and their cars lined the streets awaiting the arrival of the NFC champions. Packed into buses, the Seahawks pulled up to the Westin hotel in Jersey City just as they did for the Dec. 15 game against the New York Giants.
Corey Hart knows the bigger tests for his surgically repaired knees still lie ahead, but at this point, all signs are positive.
Jermaine Kearse went from overshadowed by a heralded teammate at Lakes High School to the University of Washington, where he was criticized for dropping passes. He then went undrafted in the NFL and was a longshot to make the Seattle Seahawks roster.
I’ll admit it, I’ve always wanted to do a maritime dateline.
Ronnie Lott tried to act normal when walking into the Silverdome in Pontiac, Mich., in 1982 for Super Bowl XVI.
Robinson Cano wore a stocking cap on the Seattle Mariners’ bench Saturday morning with his hands shoved in the pockets of his jacket to ward off the chill as FanFest kicked off at Safeco Field.
Be warned, Mariners fans, if you don’t already know: Quipsters don’t come much quicker than Logan Morrison, a multiposition player acquired last month in a trade from the Miami Marlins.
Jake Grantham was a terror the past two high school wrestling seasons in the 195-pound weight division — claiming league and regional titles to go with a pair of placings at the state tournament.
When Seattle Sounders FC began training for a new season Saturday, the fan enthusiasm was familiar, but many of the players were not.
Ralph Morton calls it six degrees of separation, and the Seattle Sports Commission’s executive director doesn’t think it’s a good enough reason for excluding CenturyLink Field as a future Super Bowl site.
Perry Panagiotu figured he could keep his Christmas lights up a little longer if he made them Seattle Seahawks-themed.
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