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Washington Xtreme 94 select, a fastpitch team with Eastside players, finished fifth out of 52 teams in the Triple Crown National Championships in Park City, Utah on July 14-19.
A group of Seattle businessmen plan to construct a full size running replica of Bill Boeing Jr’s hydroplane, Miss Wahoo.
We’re a mere six days away from the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China and I’ve got one question for you: are you excited?
David Wink of Sammamish High School has accepted a full-ride scholarship to play men’s basketball at Northern Illinois University, according to Totem’s head basketball coach Wes Newton.
Tryouts for Sandy Koufax 13U and 14U teams and 15U Mickey Mantle teams will be held soon for the 2009 season.
Interlake High School will play host to the Jason Gesser Elite Quarterback and Skills Position summer camp on August 2 and 3.
Fans who attend this weekend’s Puget Sound Titans semi-pro football game at Newport High School will have the opportunity to mingle with a Super Bowl champion.
Tired, worn down, out of gas.
It’s no secret golf is a thriving pastime in the Pacific Northwest. With that in mind this reporter has set out to give a glimpse into the courses that dot the landscape of our community, reviewed through the eyes of a true amateur. Up first: The Golf Club at Newcastle.
Fast. Tough. Reliable. These are the traits Bobby Engram possesses on the football field, the traits that helped the wide receiver lead the Seahawks last season in receptions and receiving yards. The same traits that allow a 35-year-old man to continue to excel in a young man’s game, to become the team’s most valuable receiving threat.
First of all, can you really “beat the course” from tee to green? Most golfers spend the bulk of their practice time on long shots . . . full swings.
The Bellevue Dragons recently won the Pony League North Sectional Tournament held in Maltby, Wash., for their third-straight tournament title.
In our first glance at the Seahawks upcoming year, I focused on the offense. Now, I’ll take a look at some of the issues facing the defensive side of the ball.
Kingsgate Ice Arena in Kirkland for adults or youth to learn to ice skate or enhance the skills of experienced skaters for ice hockey or figure skating, 14326 124 Avenue, N.E. Visit www.kingsgateskatingclub.org or 425-821-7133, ext. 5.
With a 3-1 victory over Snoqualmie Valley North Little League in the District 9 championship game on July 12, Bellevue West Little League advanced to the Junior baseball state tournament in Mt. Vernon.
The following is a listing of players with Bellevue ties playing professional baseball. If you know a player who should be added to the list, please call Joel Willits at 425-453-5045 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Boys and Girls club of Bellevue gave out its annual awards at the July 16 board meeting, recognizing several young Bellevue athletes.
The 10U Bellevue Dragons Pony League team swept opponents from Spokane, Portland and Seattle on the way to winning the West Seattle Pony tournament championship the weekend of July 12-14.
A month into his professional baseball career, Brad Reid has learned one thing: you need to have a short memory to succeed as a pitcher in pro ball. After appearing in only one game with the Peoria Mariners of the Arizona League, the Seattle Mariners’ rookie team, Reid was called up to the High Desert Mavericks, the M’s Class A advanced team in the California League.