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Angels win against Mariners in home opener
The Mariners were off their game after a streak of strike outs at the plate. Abraham Almonte managed to hit one.
What to nom on at Mariners home games
New menu includes fish and chips collaborated with chef Ethan Stowell, fried oysters, and honey Beecher's Cheese curds.
It seems the Seahawks want to keep Pete Carroll
The club has given the Super Bowl winning coach a contract extension.
Sports Illustrated convenes panel on racism and sexism in sports media
How might the lives of Richard Sherman and Erin Andrews be different, if it weren't for the excessive racism and sexism in sports media?
How training, exercises prevent knee injuries for young athletes
New programs have been shown to dramatically decrease ACL injuries among both girls and boys.
Local baseball star Grady Sizemore hopes for Major League comeback
Hoping to play for the first time since 2011, The three-time All Star from Cascade High School is doing well in spring training with the Boston Red Sox.
WSU fires men's basketball coach Ken Bone
After five seasons of his seven-year contract, WSU's head coach Ken Bone leaves his post with an 80-86 record and 28-61 in the Pac-12.
Garfield Bulldogs win championship for first time in 16 years
Garfield defeated Richland 68-59 to claim their first state basketball championship in more than a decade and a half.
Seahawks Legion of Boom inspires young players at the NFL Combine
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