Thanks to a three-run fourth inning, the Totems staved off a late Interlake surge, and Sammamish defeated the Saints 4-3 to even up the season series at a game apiece.
Junior Jeff Melby hit a two-run homerun in the fifth inning to help break a 1-1 tie and pace Bellevue to a 6-1 victory against Interlake at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue on Wednesday, April 16.
With chants of “Save our Sonics” with a little “Clay Bennett sucks!” thrown in every once in awhile, the Sonics did their part in what could be the final game ever for the franchise in Seattle: win.
In today’s lesson we are re-running a popular article on the Interactive Metronome and how important this can be for golfers. Dr. Peter Jo is offering a free introductory session and $50 off your enrollment for mentioning this piece if you would like to get some help in this area.
In his 30 years coaching track and field at Bellevue Christian School, Larry Royce has seen a lot of things. One thing he hadn’t seen, until last Thursday, was the Vikings hosting a home meet.
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The Newport water polo team rebounded from a 8-5 semi-finals loss to Nordic of California to defeat the Storm from Canada 9-3 to take third place in the Siesta Tournament, held April 5-6 at the King County Aquatic Center.
Seattle Prep had hoped things would turn out better with the opening of Steve Cox Memorial Park, but the Crusaders’ offense forced Prep to make five throwing errors, as Eastside Catholic cruised past the Panthers 9-6 on April 5.
College basketball is over. Baseball has begun. Football is already being talked about. The NHL and NBA are nearing their respective playoffs. With so much going on, I’ve been given no choice but to present you with a quick hitting, bullet style From the Sidelines special edition.