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.
You hear so much talk about the wrists in the golf swing on how to hinge them early or to retain the wrist cock in the downswing as long as possible. Well the people who I see working on these things always over do it and end up losing power and accuracy.
Quadrant Homes, Washington State’s largest homebuilder, has sold the Tournament Players Course (TPC) at Snoqualmie Ridge to BrightStar Golf Group. Based in Carlsbad, Calif., BrightStar is a golf management firm which owns and operates golf properties in selective markets throughout the United States.
Plans for several new soccer fields at Sixty Acres Park in Redmond can move forward now that King County Superior Court Judge Dean Lum Friday dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Seattle Area Soaring Society that sought to prevent organized soccer in the park.
The question came in many different ways to both Huskies head football coach Tyrone Willingham and his sophomore star quarterback Jake Locker. It’s a wonder their heads didn’t spin.
Sometimes I watch the self-proclaimed “sports experts” on TV and laugh when their so-called advice regarding the NCAA Tournament fails to come to fruition.
Ryan Stromberg, Eastside Catholic
March sure can be maddening.
Do random drug and alcohol tests really infringe an athletes rights?
Four years after taking over the reins of the Bellevue High School soccer program, Dave Carter believes this might just be the year his Wolverines take the next step.