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Nearly two-thirds of voters thought the Zags were going at least to the Final Four.
The Bulldogs would have headed into the since-canceled tournament as one of the favorites.
Comments from readers suggest most are disappointed sports have been shut down, but understand why.
Two-thirds of fans weren’t deterred by coronavirus — before sports started being suspended Wednesday.
Are you changing your attendance at sporting events as a health precaution?
The Grizzlies received 42% of the vote among the 10 local prep basketball teams headed to state.
Ten local teams are taking part in the high school state basketball tournaments this week.
The Dragons’ winning home opener wasn’t the best football, but Seattle fans loved it anyway.
Nearly half of the responders gave their interest level in the Dragons a ‘thumbs up.’
The players to watch this spring training are those not on Seattle’s 40-man roster.
The XFL, the latest attempt at a second professional football league, arrives in Seattle on Saturday.
Voters are pumped for the international women’s tennis event this weekend at Angel of the Winds Arena.
Women’s tennis’ biggest international competition pits the U.S. vs. Latvia at Angel of the Winds Arena.
Check out what readers had to say about the former Seahawks icon going to the Super Bowl with the 49ers.
Seahawks fans, mostly, seem to be rooting for the ex-Seattle star, but against the 49ers.
Nearly two-thirds of the voters predict Kansas City will beat San Francisco in Sunday’s big game.
The AFC-champion Kansas City Chiefs and NFC-champion San Francisco 49ers square off Sunday in Miami.
Mariners pitcher Marco Gonzales reveals what it was like as a victim of Houston’s illicit sign stealing.
A whopping 80 percent of voters said Houston should lose its title over its sign-stealing scandal.