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The first-place AquaSox won a tightly contested series. Plus, 2 more Everett players were promoted.
The former Lake Stevens star is taking reps with the first team with Carson Wentz out indefinitely.
Connor Hoover and Justin Lavey both homer and the AquaSox beat Eugene 7-6 in the series finale.
Bellevue golfer C.T. Pan, who represented Chinese Taipei, won the seven-way playoff.
Everett snaps a brief two-game losing streak with a 5-4 win over Eugene.
Seattle’s roster may be as talented as the initial Vegas roster, but lacks additional future assets.
Also, 2 local high school wrestlers place at the USA Wrestling nationals in Fargo, North Dakota.
The Glacier Peak High School graduate placed ninth in her heat and did not advance to Monday’s final.
Some of the top schools in the region came out for the event, which included the popular lineman challenge.
Everett falls behind by seven runs early and closes to within a run before losing to Eugene 10-9.
The 2002-born center was not with the team last season due to virus-related travel restrictions.
In the last year of his rookie deal, the oft-injured RB showed up at camp slimmed down to 225 pounds.
Jake Anchia homers twice, but Everett’s bullpen falters late in an 11-9 defeat.
Former Gonzaga star Corey Kispert was selected by the Washington Wizards in Thursday’s NBA draft.
Edmonds native Corey Kispert is set to be a 1st-round NBA draft pick. Here’s the story of his ascent.
Seattle ships reliever JT Chargois and minor-leaguer Austin Shenton to Tampa for the 27-year-old.
Everett’s offense bounces back after a quiet first game and slugs three home runs in the nightcap.
Plus, Mariner hoops standout BJ Kolly signs with WWU, EvCC hires a new women’s soccer coach, and more.
Seattle also adds forwards Jaden Schwartz and Alexander Wennberg on a busy opening day.
Jamal Adams, seeking a new contract, was a spectator on the first day of practice.