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Thursday, May 26, 2016

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Shorewood's Gary overcomes adversity to compete for state track and field title

SHORELINE — A jump of 6 feet, 10 inches won't be enough for Ronnie Gary, even if it means a gold medal is hung around his neck atop the podium at the Class 3A state track and field championships this weekend at Mount Tahoma High School. Gary, ...[Read more]


Beavers hopes for repeat run to Snohomish County Amateur title

A lot of golfers spend a lot of years trying to win one Snohomish County Amateur golf championship. Kevin Beavers of Seattle pulled it off in his very first try. That alone ...[Read more]

Mariners' Lind has 4 hits, including 2 HRs, and 6 RBI in 13-3 win over A's

SEATTLE — There continue to be times this season — yes, still too few — when Adam Lind flashes the impact bat the Mariners envisioned when...[Read more]

Pick of the Week: Statewide trout derby

Fewer than half the tagged rainbow trout in the new statewide trout derby have been caught and fewer than half the prizes have been claimed. That leaves a lot of fish still...[Read more]

State record sea bass

Steven Orr of Rochester broke a long-standing state record May 15 when he boated a black rockfish of 10.72 pounds and more than 26 inches in length, out of Ilwaco, fishing...[Read more]

Cavaliers rout Raptors 116-78 in Game 5, take 3-2 series lead

CLEVELAND — Back home, the Cavaliers were not hospitable. They rudely roughed up the Raptors again. LeBron James scored 23 points then sat the fourth quarter, Kevin...[Read more]

Red Sox's Bradley extends hit streak to 29 games

BOSTON — Boston Red Sox outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. has extended his hitting streak to a career-best 29 games with a single Wednesday night against the Colorado...[Read more]

Huskies win first NCAA women's golf championship

EUGENE, Ore. — Washington freshman Julianne Alvarez atoned for a three-putt bogey on the 18th hole with two tough par saves to win the decisive match in 20 holes...[Read more]

State golf roundup: King's Roh wins 1A title, Knights bring home boys, girls team titles

LIBERTY LAKE — After placing in the top four in each of her first three appearances at the 1A state golf tournament, Hannah Roh of King's ended her prep career on top. ...[Read more]

Sardinas recalled from Tacoma, starts at shortstop for Mariners

SEATTLE — Utility infielder Luis Sardinas, as expected, rejoined the Mariners prior to Wednesday's series finale against Oakland when recalled to the big leagues...[Read more]

New UW AD Cohen, football coach Petersen have strong bond

SEATTLE — The reporters staking out the Boise airport that night in December 2013 recognized Scott Woodward, then the University of Washington’s athletic director.But who was ...[Read more]

Bills GM Whaley acknowledges he used "a poor choice of words"

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley acknowledges he used "a poor choice of words" when referring to football being a violent game that he...[Read more]

French Open: Murray again pushed to five sets

PARIS — Priority No. 1 for Andy Murray at the French Open: Putting his feet up. After 10 sets of tennis in his first two rounds, he sorely needs the rest. The Scot,...[Read more]

Rangers’ Mazara hits longest HR in majors this season

ARLINGTON, Texas — Rangers rookie Nomar Mazara hit the longest home run in the major leagues this season, Rougned Odor drove in three runs in likely his last game before a...[Read more]

Parsons, Martin, Hendrick selected to NASCAR Hall of Fame

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Drivers Benny Parsons and Mark Martin and car owners Rick Hendrick, Richard Childress and Raymond Parks were inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame on...[Read more]

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