Arlington teams felt the love in Tacoma

It didn’t end the way everyone in Arlington wanted it to. Then again, the whole season didn’t go the way anyone expected. To… Continue reading

Tough finish for Arlington seniors

As four of the six seniors on the Arlington girls basketball team exited their locker room of the Tacoma Dome Saturday night after… Continue reading

Sounders fall 1-0 to Impact in MLS opener

SEATTLE — The Seattle Sounders’ season opener was a slap in the face. At least that’s how head coach Sigi Schmid described it, and goalkeeper… Continue reading

France’s Theaux wins men’s downhill in Norway

KVITFJELL, Norway — Adrien Theaux of France earned his second career World Cup victory Saturday by edging home favorite Aksel Lund Svindal in a downhill.… Continue reading

Jacob, Gulini win snowboardcross titles

PARK CITY, Utah — Two years after jumping his snowboard over a moving train, Trevor Jacob took another giant leap — to national snowboardcross champion.… Continue reading

Lewis shoots 69 to share LPGA lead in Singapore

SINGAPORE — Stacy Lewis shared the lead with Na Yeon Choi at the HSBC Women’s Champions after the South Korean birdied the 18th hole in… Continue reading

Maze sets World Cup points record with downhill win

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany — Tina Maze of Slovenia broke the record for points in a World Cup season by winning a downhill Saturday and became only… Continue reading

Kyle Busch ends 24-race Nationwide winless streak

AVONDALE, Ariz. — Kyle Busch spun his wheels at the start/finish line for a few extra rotations, filling the track and grandstand with a fog… Continue reading

Guthrie, Thompson tied for Honda Classic lead

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Michael Thompson felt like he was playing in a U.S. Open whenever he saw his golf ball in the rough… Continue reading

Spurs’ Parker out a month with ankle sprain

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker will be out for about a month with a left ankle sprain. Parker, the team’s leading… Continue reading

Angels’ Pujols says he’ll be ready for opener

TEMPE, Ariz. — Albert Pujols has no idea when he’s going to be able to play in spring training games. Then again, he also doesn’t… Continue reading

NASCAR sending Clements to sports psychologist

AVONDALE, Ariz. — NASCAR is sending suspended Nationwide Series driver Jeremy Clements to a sports diversity expert after he made insensitive remarks during an interview.… Continue reading

No. 6 California women beat Washington 78-50

SEATTLE — Lindsay Gottlieb opened the door to the California locker room and was greeted with a stream of water bottles drenching the Golden Bears… Continue reading

Trout’s contract renewed by Angels for $510,000

TEMPE, Ariz. — The Los Angeles Angels renewed the contract of AL Rookie of the Year Mike Trout for $510,000, prompting an angry response from… Continue reading

Zunino, Gutierrez homer, Mariners beat Dodgers

PEORIA, Ariz. — Chris Capuano had problems with home runs for the second straight start. Trying to earn a job in the Los Angeles Dodgers’… Continue reading

No. 2 Gonzaga beats Portland 81-52

SPOKANE — The raucous student section at No. 2 Gonzaga’s arena had no doubt where the Zags should be ranked when The Associated Press’ Top… Continue reading

Flacco signs as NFL sets franchise, transition tags

The franchise tag for quarterbacks in 2013 will be $14.896 million. But the Baltimore Ravens no longer need worry about it because… Continue reading

Silvertips dominated by Oil Kings

The defending Western Hockey League champions came to Comcast Arena on Friday night, and they took the Everett Silvertips to the woodshed. The… Continue reading

Sounders’ midfield crowded with talent

The Seattle Sounders open their season today with a few questions, like what to do at forward and how to fill a hole… Continue reading

Mariners hit four HRs in win over Texas

Jason Bay, Michael Morse, Michael Saunders and Carlos Peguero homered Friday as the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 8-6 in Cactus… Continue reading