Rich Myhre

After recovering from torn ACL, UW’s Ross turns dream into reality

John Ross had a dream last year. It happened a few months after he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee, an… Continue reading

Huskies notebook: True freshman Harris makes impact on O-line

On Saturday the University of Washington football team played four true freshmen in its 48-13 season-opening win against Rutgers at Husky Stadium. One… Continue reading

Opening statement: Huskies roll to 48-13 win over Rutgers

With a dazzling array of big plays and a thoroughly dominating first quarter, the University of Washington football team showed on Saturday that… Continue reading

Stich leads Snohomish to 63-13 rout of Marysville Pilchuck

The first time Snohomish running back Keegan Stich touched the ball he scampered 70 yards for a touchdown. The second time he got… Continue reading

Langer wins playoff to earn his second Boeing Classic title

To his rivals Bernhard Langer is relentlessly methodical and maddeningly precise. Steady and unemotional, the German-born Langer makes one good golf shot after… Continue reading

After torn ACL, Ex-MP star Joyner is out to prove he belongs at UW

In his first game at Husky Stadium last September, freshman Austin Joyner was on the field for the opening kickoff against Sacramento State.… Continue reading

Triplett, Sauers share lead after first round of Boeing Classic

On a day of soaring temperatures and plummeting scores, Washington native Kirk Triplett and 2016 U.S. Senior Open champion Gene Sauers were the… Continue reading

Boeing Classic notebook: Sauers’ first win a big one

This week’s Boeing Classic is the first PGA Tour Champions event since the Aug. 11-14 U.S. Open, an event won by Gene Sauers.… Continue reading

Daly still searching for form as Champions Tour rookie

In a Boeing Classic lacking some star power without hometown hero Fred Couples, sidelined by a chronic back ailment, thank heavens for John… Continue reading

Former Darrington basketball coach Cousins dies at 79

In retirement, Tim Cousins always enjoyed watching basketball games. Because even though family came first, his love for the sport remained a close second. “His… Continue reading

Teen motocross rider living out his dream

Like a lot of athletes, Preston Dickinson has dreams. And the very first dream in his young motocross career was to qualify for… Continue reading

Altercation leads former Jackson High athlete to switch colleges

It happened in the locker room, minutes before the University of Portland men’s basketball team took the court for a Dec. 12… Continue reading

Katie Holloway gearing up for her third Paralympic Games

In the four years since she won a silver medal with the United States sitting volleyball team at the 2012 Paralympics in London, much has… Continue reading

Horse racing community ‘devastated’ by death of Snohomish trainer

In the good moments, Monique Snowden was known as a warm and caring woman. Acquaintances recall her being gracious and kind, often smiling, and above… Continue reading

Mill Creek LL softball team sets sights on West Regional

A year ago, the girls on the Mill Creek Little League All-Stars softball team took their lumps at the 10-11 District 1 softball tournament. It… Continue reading

Ex-Murphy star Morrison signs first pro baseball contract

For Trever Morrison, the dream began as a boy growing up in Bothell. Because he loved baseball, he went to games at Safeco Field and… Continue reading

Desiree Miller preparing for second trip to Paralympic Games

Being a member of the United States women’s wheelchair basketball team at the 2012 Paralympics in London was a great thrill for Desiree Miller. Alas,… Continue reading

Felix rusty but happy to be back on mound — in Everett

Cheered on by a sellout crowd of 5,189, many of them clad in yellow “King’s Court” t-shirts and hoisting yellow “K” cards, pitcher… Continue reading

Lakewood Paralympic shooter has her sights set on Rio

With a disability that makes walking difficult and running almost impossible, McKenna Dahl is hardly an obvious candidate for athletic excellence. But come September, the… Continue reading

Small package, big talent in Glacier Peak lacrosse athlete

It started off as a joke. After all, Hannah Graves was a high school freshman at the time, playing mostly with older girls, so of… Continue reading