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  • Seahawks open up regular season against Packers on Sep. 10.

    Seahawks beat Vikings 20-13 in 2nd preseason game

    The team announced Fant had a knee injury and may have significantly changed Seattle's plans for the offensive line. Fant took over at left tackle midway through last season and spent the offseason reshaping his body to be stronger going into this season.

  • Indians win in walk-off fashion after Matt Whatley hits a solo HR in the 11th inning.

    Whatley hits walk-off homer in 11th, Spokane beats Vancouver 3-2

    Matt Whatley hit a walk-off solo homer in the 11th inning, as the Spokane Indians defeated the Vancouver Canadians 3-2 on Friday.

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    Sounders look to extend winning streak against Minnesota United

    The Sounders will try to extend their Major League Soccer unbeaten streak to nine games on Sunday, which would tie a club record set back in 2011.

  • The Mariners have won three straight games and are now 62-61

    Mariners back over .500 with win over Rays

    Nelson Cruz hit two doubles and his 30th home run Friday night and Erasmo Ramirez won his first game for the Seattle Mariners since April 1, 2014, a 7-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.

  • Vandals open their season on Aug. 31 against Sacramento State.

    Vandals to host open scrimmage on Saturday

    Idaho football will wrap up fall camp Saturday (Aug. 19), with a scrimmage at 10 a.m. in the Kibbie Dome. The scrimmage is open to the public and will be the final chance for fans to see the Vandals in action before the season opener Aug. 31, against Sacramento State.
     
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    Chiefs' 2017 training camp team names announced

    The Spokane Chiefs announced on Friday the team names for their 2017 training camp, which begins on Thursday, August 24 at Spokane Arena. This year’s teams will be Team Johnson, Team Sawyer and Team Ryan.

  • Indians cap off the win in walk-off fashion

    Aparicio hits walk-off single, Spokane beats Vancouver 4-3

    Miguel Aparicio hit a walk-off single with two outs in the ninth inning, as the Spokane Indians beat the Vancouver Canadians 4-3 on Thursday. Austin O'Banion scored the game-winning run after he reached base on a walk and advanced to second on a walk by Kole Enright.

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    Seahawks center Justin Britt signs three-year contract extension

    Britt was Seattle’s starting right tackle as a rookie, playing every game for the NFC champions. He moved to left guard in 2015, then moved one more time last year to center where he had his best season, being named a Pro Bowl alternate.

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    Danielle Mauldin joins Eagles women's basketball coaching staff

    Mauldin is Saint Mary's and the West Coast Conference's all-time leading rebounder with 1,282 over four years and also set a SMC program record for double-doubles.

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    Zags women’s soccer home match versus BYU on ESPNU

    Gonzaga will host preseason No. 8 BYU from Luger Field in a meeting that will have first-year GU head coach Chris Watkins facing his former school.

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    Gonzaga women's soccer begins regular season Friday

    The Zags are unbeaten in their last five season-openers, dating back to the 3-1 win over South Dakota in 2012. GU beat Nevada in Hawaii in last season’s opener, 1-0.

  • Spokane is now 1-8 on the season against Vancouver

    Indians drop series opener against Canadians 6-2

    Reggie Pruitt homered and singled three times, scoring two runs as the Vancouver Canadians beat the Spokane Indians 6-2 on Wednesday.

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    Seahawks add depth to secondary, signing former 49ers CB Tramaine Brock

    Brock, 28, went undrafted in 2010 out of Belhaven College, and spent his entire career in San Francisco before being released this offseason. Over his seven year career, Brock has 181 total tackles, 11 interceptions and 43 passes defensed.

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    Jake Browning named to Manning Award watch list

    Browning was named the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year and finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting after passing for 3,430 yards and a Pac-12, record-tying 43 touchdowns in 2016.

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    Vandals QB Linehan named to Manning Award watch list

    Linehan threw for 3,184 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior, earning second-team All-Sun Belt honors. He also went on to capture the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Most Valuable Player award, after leading the Vandals to a win over Colorado State.

  • Mariners are only 1.5 GB in the American League Wild Card

    Mariners get back to .500 after 7-6 win over Orioles

    Alonso, acquired in a trade with Oakland on Aug. 6, hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning, his 23rd of the season. He added an RBI single during a three-run fifth and also singled in the seventh.

  • Courtesy: Washington State Athletics

    Luke Falk named to Manning Award watch list

    Falk, a redshirt-senior, was also finalist for the Johnny Unitas Award and a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien Award and Maxwell Award last season after throwing for the third-most yards in the country (4,468) and tying his own school-record with 38 touchdown passes.

  • Indians return home for a four-game series against Canadians.

    Indians end road trip with 5-4 win over Emeralds

    Tyree Thompson threw six scoreless innings, leading the Spokane Indians over the Eugene Emeralds in a 5-4 win on Tuesday. Thompson (4-1) picked up the win after he struck out four and walked one while allowing two hits.

  • Mariners are now 60-61 on the season.

    Mariners end losing streak, beat Orioles 3-1

    The Mariners' bullpen finished with four scoreless innings. Edwin Diaz pitched a perfect ninth for his 26th save in 30 opportunities.

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    CenturyLink Field listed as potential host venue in united bid for 2026 FIFA World Cup

    The 2026 FIFA World Cup™ will be the first tournament with the expanded 48-team format and will require world-class facilities and infrastructure. The United States, Mexico and Canada are uniquely suited to accommodate FIFA's high-level standards for hosting a FIFA World Cup™

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    Raptors sign Kyle Wiltjer to a 1-year deal

    Wiltjer, 6-foot-10, 240 pounds, appeared in 14 games for the Houston Rockets last season, totaling 13 points and 10 rebounds in 44 minutes of action. He also averaged 20.5 points, 6.4 rebounds and 35.9 minutes in 22 contests for the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA G League.

  • Courtesy: Spokane Chiefs

    Chris Baird hired as assistant director for hockey operations

    Baird spent the last 10 seasons as the team’s video coordinator, analyzing coaches’ video and advanced statistics. A Spokane native and Lakeside High School graduate, he was originally hired on by the Chiefs midway through the 2006-07 campaign.

  • Baldwin's cereal will be at particpating Safeway and Albertsons stores.

    Seahawks' WR Doug Baldwin comes out with own cereal

    Seattle fans can grab their boxes of “BALDWIN SMACKS” starting today exclusively at participating Washington Safeway and Albertsons stores and online at www.plbsports.com.

  • Mariners are now 59-61 on the season.

    Mariners drop 5th straight after 11-3 loss to Orioles

    Baltimore pounded Seattle's pitching, scoring double-digit runs for the second time in three games and the sixth time since the All-Star break. Beckham got the Orioles started with his 16th homer, but it was Machado's slam that broke the game open as part of Baltimore's six-run second inning.

  • Indians snap 6-game losing streak

    Indians rally in 9th to snap losing streak vs. Emeralds

    Miguel Aparicio scored on an error in the ninth inning to help the Spokane Indians secure a 2-1 victory over the Eugene Emeralds on Monday.

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    Kenny Love joins Whitworth's coaching staff

    Love was named First Team All-NWC for three years in a row.  As a sophomore in 2015, Love was the Northwest Conference Player of the Year and was also a Third Team All-American.

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    Eagles prepare for most important scrimmage at the Inferno

    The Eagles will wrap-up practices on the grass fields on Wednesday, then move to Roos Field for practices on Thursday and Friday. On Saturday (Aug. 19) at approximately 10:30 a.m., the Eagles will have its most important scrimmage at the "Inferno."

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    Jacob Wiley signs two-way contract with Nets

    Wiley (6’8”, 213) appeared in 34 games for Eastern Washington University last season (2016-17), recording averages of 20.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.8 blocks in 34.3 minutes per contest while shooting 64.3 percent (265-of-412) from the field. He was named the Big Sky Conference Most Valuable Player and earned first team honors.

  • Seahawks Sign Devin Hester For Playoffs

    Seahawks show it all in 48-17 preseason opening win over Chargers

    After a shaky opening drive from the defense, the Seattle Seahawks settled down and showed a bit of everything in their 48-17 win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

  • Angels complete four-game sweep of Mariners

    SEATTLE -- Parker Bridwell started the season in the minors. Now he's one of the strongest pitchers for a Los Angeles Angels team that's in the middle of a playoff hunt.

  • Mariners bullpen falters again in 6-3 loss to Angels

     Another late rally and another stellar performance by their bullpen have the Los Angeles Angels in position for a playoff spot in the American League.

  • The Indians have lost 6 of their last 8 games.

    Indians drop 4th straight falling to Emeralds

    Ramsey Romano hit a walk-off single with two outs in the 10th inning, as the Eugene Emeralds topped the Spokane Indians 3-2 on Friday..

  • Santangelo tries to stop the four-peat of the f5 hoops tournament

    Former Zag builds Spokane's version of the Dream Team

    Santangelo hand-picked a fellow sharpshooter in Parker Kelly, who was a standout basketball player at Gonzaga Prep in high school and at Eastern Washington in college.  More recently, his team won the coveted Elite Men's Championship at Hoopfest this summer.

  • Mariners now sit 0.5 games back in the Wild Card

    Mariners squander lead against Angels, losing 6-5

    For the second straight night, Trout was the source of some ninth-inning misery for the Mariners. He had a three-run double in Thursday's series opener to give the Angels a 6-3 victory.

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    Eagles volleyball picked to finish 9th in Big Sky

    Eastern Washington opens the 2017 campaign at the UNLV Tournament on Aug. 25 where they face UC Davis and Binghamton on the opening day of competition before playing hosts UNLV on Aug. 26.

  • Mariners give up a three-run double in the 9th to fall to Angels

    Mariners drop series opener vs Angels 6-3

    The surging Mariners were coming off a 6-3 road trip to move into the second wild-card spot in the American League. Along with the ninth-inning problems, the Mariners saw ace James Paxton leave in the seventh inning with a strained left pectoral muscle.

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    Kailer Yamamoto signs 3-year deal with Edmonton Oilers

    Yamamoto, picked 22nd overall, appeared in 65 games with the Western Hockey League's (WHL) Spokane Chiefs last season, posting 99 points (42G, 57A), 46 penalty minutes and a plus 14 rating. He was also named to the 2016-17 WHL Western Conference Second All-Star Team.

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    WSU has two named to Polynesian Player of Year watch list

    The winner of the 2017 Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award will be announced on December 14, 2017. Five finalists will be unveiled on November 30.

  • The Indians have lost 5 of their last 7 games

    Indians get swept by AquaSox, losing 3-2

    Spokane saw its comeback attempt come up short after Matt Whatley hit an RBI single, scoring Aparicio in the eighth inning to cut the Everett lead to 3-2.

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    Vita Vea named to Polynesian Player of the Year watch list

    Vea, a junior defensive lineman from Milpitas, Calif., had previously been named to the watch lists for the Outland Trophy, the Nagurski Trophy and the Bednarik Award earlier this summer.

  • WSU opens the season up with five straight home games.

    WSU ranked No. 22 in Sports Illustrated's preseason Top 25

    "To sniff the playoff, the Cougars will have to at least split matchups with USC (Sept. 29) at home and at Washington (Nov. 25), then win the Pac-12 title game. Before that they’ll face trips to Oregon (Oct. 7) and Utah (Nov. 11) and host Stanford (Nov. 4)."

  • Mariners now own the second Wild Card spot in the AL

    Mariners complete sweep of Athletics, winning 6-3

    The Mariners, who entered the day tied with Kansas City and Tampa Bay for the second AL wild card, finished 6-3 on their road trip.

  • Golden Knights will be in Coeur d’Alene on August 15.

    NHL's Vegas Golden Knights to make appearance in Coeur d’Alene

    Vegas Golden Knights Road Trip will visit various cities in Idaho, Montana and Utah, which are all within the Golden Knights’ authorized television distribution territory through their local rightsholder partnership with AT&T SportsNet.

  • Courtesy: Whitworth Athletics

    Whitworth football announces preseason practice schedule

    Whitworth opens training for the 2017 season on Saturday.  The Pirates will have three weeks of practice before traveling to Pella, Iowa to take on Central College in the season opener on Saturday, September 2.

  • Mariners are now tied for the final Wild Card spot in the AL

    Mariners comeback to beat Athletics 7-6 in extras

    Leonys Martin homered in the top of the 10th inning as the Seattle Mariners rallied from a four-run deficit to defeat the Oakland Athletics 7-6 on Tuesday night.

  • Indians get shut out for 4th time this season.

    Indians get shut out against AquaSox 8-0

    The Indians were blanked for the fourth time this season, while the AquaSox's staff recorded their first shutout of the year.

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    Eagles ranked No. 4 in preseason FCS Coaches Poll

    The Eagles return quarterback Gage Gubrud who will try and bring Eastern Washington its fifth Big Sky title in the last six years. Gubrud threw for an FCS single-season record 5,160 yards in 2016 and is one of 14 returning starters for the Eagles this season.

  • Vandals open up season on SWX against Sacramento State on August 31.

    Vandals keep intensity high at fall camp

    The Vandals went back to shells for Tuesday’s practice, but the intensity stayed high as the team continues to work in preparation for opening day on August 31.

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    Gonzaga men's basketball WCC schedule announced

    Gonzaga has shared or outright won the WCC regular season the past five seasons. The Bulldogs will look for the program's 21st conference title in 2017-18.

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    Mariners pitchers Hernandez & Phelps head to DL

    The Mariners have 7 1/2 weeks remaining in the regular season, and they open a two-game series in Oakland on Tuesday night sitting one game back of the Royals and Rays for the American League's No. 2 Wild Card spot with a 57-56 record.

  • Courtesy: Gonzaga Athletics

    Gonzaga women's basketball WCC schedule announced

    The Bulldogs swept the regular-season and conference tournament championships last season and have won 12 of the last 13 regular-season WCC Titles and six of the last nine tournament championships.

  • Indians pick up 9th win of 2nd half

    Indians win in walk-off fashion over Emeralds, 6-5

    Pinch hitter Tyler Ratliff hit a walk-off single with two outs in the ninth inning, as the Spokane Indians defeated the Eugene Emeralds 6-5 on Monday.

  • Vandals open up season against Sacramento State on SWX

    Vandals wrap up day 6 of fall camp

    The Vandal football team began the second week of fall camp on Monday with 24 days left to prepare for the home-opener on Aug. 31, a white out against Sacramento State on SWX.

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    Sounders acquire Lamar Neagle in trade with D.C. United

    Neagle was signed by Sounders FC in June 2009 after training with the club during preseason, but was waived in November. Following stints with the USL’s Charleston Battery and Finland’s IFK Mariehamn, Neagle returned to the Sounders in 2011. He recorded five goals in 23 appearances during the 2011 campaign before being traded to Montreal the following offseason.

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    Seahawks sign Washington native Darrell Brown

    Simone, who played at Skyline High School and went undrafted out of Arizona State, signed with the Seahawks after taking part in rookie minicamp as a tryout player.

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    Eagles No. 5 in STATS Preseason Top 25 poll

    Eastern Washington will seek its fifth Big Sky title in six seasons as another of the national title contenders. The Eagles (12-2) no longer have coach Beau Baldwin leading the way, but veteran offensive line coach Aaron Best has taken over in a likely seamless transition.

  • Indians edge Emeralds 3-2 to snap two-game skid

    Another solid outing by Cole Ragans and some timely hitting from Chad Smith was the right combination for the Spokane Indians on Sunday afternoon.

  • Mariners split crucial Sunday doubleheader with Kansas City

    Seattle takes game one, 8-7, before dropping the series finale, 9-1.

  • Photo: Tacoma Rainiers

    Mariners Recall Former Zag Gonzales, Place Hernandez on 10-Day DL

    by Seattle Mariners KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today the following roster moves:   ·         Marco Gonzales, LHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. ·         Felix Hernandez, RHP, placed on the 10-day disabled list with right biceps tendinitis, retroactive to Aug. 2.    Gonzales (#32) will be in uniform and is scheduled to...
  • Eugene snaps Spokane's win streak and picks up 8-5 win

    5,935 Spokane Indians fans saw Curtis Terry hit a pair of two-run home runs but it wasn't enough in an 8-5 defeat by the Eugene Emeralds.

  • Paxton wins 7th straight start, leads Mariners to 5-2 win over Kansas City

    James Paxton tied a Mariners' record by winning his seventh straight start, and Seattle beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 Friday night to move back over .500.

  • Vandals open up their season on SWX against Sacramento State

    Vandals wrap up day 3 of fall camp

    "We should be one of the top groups in the Sun Belt, if not the top group. That is our expectation. The depth, really good. We should be at least two-deep, and then a couple guys that we can sprinkle into a three-deep."

  • Aparicio's homer leads Spokane to 2-1 win over Eugene

    Indians move to 7-1 after win over Emeralds

    Miguel Aparicio hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning, leading the Spokane Indians to a 2-1 win over the Eugene Emeralds on Thursday.

  • Mariners are now 55-55 on the season

    Mariners fall back to .500 after loss to Royals

    The Mariners are back to .500 (55-55) after they fell to the Royals, 6-4. The Mariners have now lost their second consecutive game and will play the Royals again tomorrow at 5:15 p.m.

  • WSU opens up their season on Sept. 2 against Montana State

    WSU cracks ESPN's preseason Top 25

    "The Cougars are another team to watch in the loaded Pac-12 North. Mike Leach finally has some experience, and not just with Luke Falk, who has seemingly quarterbacked on the Palouse for decades."

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    Seahawks DT Malik McDowell reports to training camp

    Seahawks rookie defensive tackle Malik McDowell has reported to training camp and been added to the 90-man roster. McDowell, Seattle’s top pick in the 2017 draft, did not initially report due to a vehicular accident last month, and is now on the non-football injury list.

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    Sounders add winger Victor Rodriguez from La Liga 2

    Rodríguez is a product of Barcelona’s famous youth academy La Masia, which has produced the likes of Lionel Messi, Xavi, Andres Iniesta and countless other world-class players. He then joined Badalona, where he signed his first professional contract and went on to make 127 appearances in La Liga.

  • Courtesy: Idaho Athletics

    Vandals wrap up second day of football practice

    Idaho will practice at night for the remainder of the week before changing things up heading into week two of fall camp. Matt Linehan, a Second Team All-Sun Belt selection in 2016, returns for his senior season looking to close out his collegiate career in style. 

  • Mariners are now 55-54 on the season

    Mariners snap winning streak in loss to Rangers

    Mariners lefty Ariel Miranda (7-5) struck out five without a walk in 5 2/3 innings. But he allowed all three homers as Seattle's four-game winning streak ended.

  • The Indians are on a five-game winning streak

    Spokane Indians hottest team in NWL

    During the Indians' second-half surge, they have scored 56 runs and are currently on a five-game winning streak. Spokane has held opponents to just 31 runs, highlighted by their second shutout of the season on July 28 against the Everett AquaSox.

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    2017 1st rounder Chris Seise joins Indians

    Seise hit .336 in 27 games in the Arizona League and smacked 11 extra base hits, including three home runs. He also drove in 27 runs while scoring 23 runs in the AZL.

  • Courtesy: EWU Athletics

    Gubrud is among 22 players on Walter Payton Award Watch List

    Gubrud broke the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision record for passing yards with 5,160 last season. In all, he broke three FCS records, seven Big Sky Conference marks and 18 EWU records.

  • Courtesy: Seattle Mariners

    Paxton and Diaz pick up AL pitcher of the month honors

    Paxton became the first Seattle pitcher to win six games in any month, going 6-0 with a 1.37 ERA in six starts. Paxton racked up 46 strikeouts with six walks in 39 1/3 innings while holding opposing hitters to a .182 average and a 0.79 WHIP.

  • Courtesy: Buffalo Bills

    Former EWU RB Taiwan Jones signs with Bills

    Jones is a former Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Year following his 2010 season at Eastern Washington where he compiled more than 2,000 total yards from scrimmage in his senior season (2,084) rushing for 1,742 yards and 14 touchdowns

  • Vandals open up season on Aug. 31 vs. Sacramento State

    Vandals open Fall camp

    The Idaho football team held its first practice of fall camp Tuesday evening, officially getting the 2017 season underway.

  • Mariners are now two games above .500 (55-53)

    Mariners squeeze past Rangers 8-7 to win fourth straight

    Jarrod Dyson had his 200th career steal in the win and threw out a runner from centerfield at third to end the eighth inning in a one-run game. Nelson Cruz homered and Leonys Martin had two hits and two RBIs for Seattle.

  • Lynn Hicks has had season tickets since 1987

    Indians fan Lynn Hicks, adds a little flavor to the ballpark

    "My mom started coming out here in 1998 after my dad passed away. We used to buy packs of gum for the kids that lived with us and some other kids. Then they passed a ban that they couldn't chew tobacco in the minor leagues, and they were really strict about it. My mom said instead of buying it for these kids, let's buy it for everybody. We started going to Costco and buying their three-lb. bags of bubble gum."

  • Courtesy: Spokane Chiefs

    Chiefs' Ty Smith to represent Canada at Ivan Hlinka Cup

    Smith is a regular for Canada in international play, having served as team captain at the 2016 Youth Winter Olympic Games and 2016 World U17 Hockey Challenge (Canada Black). He earned silver medals in both while picking up tournament all-star honors at the U17 challenge.

  • Courtesy: Washington State Athletics

    Washington State to take on Saint Joseph’s at Wooden Legacy

    The matchup between the Cougars and the Hawks will be televised on ESPN3 and will be the second game of the tournament. The Wooden Legacy opens with Saint Mary's taking on Harvard at 1 p.m. on ESPNEWS.

  • Makenzie Funk is one of 25 finalists for this award

    Spokane's Makenzie Funk finalist Award for Excellence

    Mount Spokane High School’s Makenzie Funk is one of 25 sophomore, junior and senior-level high school athletes in the United States to be selected as a finalist based on athletic, academic and civic achievements.

  • Courtesy: Idaho Athletics

    Idaho Vandals football camp gets underway

    Idaho returns a ton of talent from last year's squad that finished 9-4, including a huge win over Colorado State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.  The Vandals, despite being one of four Sun Belt schools to win a bowl game in 2016, were picked to finish sixth in this year's coaches' poll.

  • Courtesy: Seattle Seahawks

    Kam Chancellor signs extension with Seahawks

    Chancellor has earned Pro Bowl honors four times in his seven-year career and been a second-team All-Pro twice while earning a reputation as being one of the league’s hardest hitters.

  • Mariners are now 54-53 on the season

    Mariners above .500 after 6-4 win over Rangers

    The Mariners trailed 4-0 after two innings before getting even against Cole Hamels and David Phelps (1-1) struck out five in 1 2/3 innings before Edwin Diaz pitched a perfect ninth for his 20th save.

  • Courtesy: EWU Athletics

    Gubrud, Tiuli named to STATS preseason All-America team

    Gubrud broke the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision record for passing yards with 5,160. In all, he broke three FCS records, seven Big Sky Conference marks and 18 EWU records. He finished with 48 touchdown passes and a Big Sky record of 5,766 yards of total offense.

  • Courtesy: Seattle Seahawks

    Seahawks sign linebacker Mike Morgan

    Morgan first established himself with the Seahawks as a core special teams player, then began to see more playing time in recent years, starting two games in 2015, and three last year while serving as the team’s primary strongside linebacker.

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    Mariners' Paxton named co-AL player of the week

    Paxton threw 13 scoreless innings in a pair of wins over the Red Sox and Mets at Safeco Field, allowing just 10 hits with 18 strikeouts and no walks as he hiked his record to 11-3 with a 2.68 ERA in 18 starts on the season.

  • Courtesy: Washington State University

    Steve Gleason to receive WSU’s highest alumni honor

    Former Cougar and NFL standout Steve Gleason will receive Washington State University’s 2017 Regents’ Distinguished Alumnus Award, the university’s highest alumni honor, Aug. 10 on the Pullman campus.

  • James Paxton continued his dominance and picked up another win on Sunday.

    Paxton, Cruz pace Mariners past Mets, 9-1

    SEATTLE (AP) -- James Paxton wrapped up a perfect July. Paxton tossed six scoreless innings, becoming the first Mariners pitcher to win six games in a single month, and Nelson Cruz had a three-run homer to pace Seattle to a 9-1 victory over the New York Mets on Sunday. "I didn't even think he was his best stuff-wise today," said Mariners manager Scott Servais. "I thought he was just a tick off with his breaking pitches. But, the fastball was really good, got ahead in ...
  • Wayne Gretzky was on hand for the 4th Annual Showcase event.

    Stars Come to Coeur d'Alene for Community Cancer Fund's Showcase Event

    Celebrities were out in force in Coeur d'Alene for the 4th annual Showcase event at the CDA Resort Golf Course. Wayne Gretzky, Darius Rucker, and Alfonso Ribeiro were just some of the celebrity golfers helping to raise money for the Community Cancer Fund. Former NBA stars Bruce Bowen and Detlef Schrempf were on hand, along with Spokane natives like NHL star Tyler Johnson and former Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien.

  • Gallardo, Mariners beat Mets 3-2 to end deGrom's win streak

    SEATTLE -- Yovani Gallardo took a shutout into the sixth inning and the Seattle Mariners beat the New York Mets 3-2 on Saturday, ending Jacob deGrom's eight-start winning streak. Gallardo (5-7), banished to the bullpen in mid-June, allowed one run and five hits in 5 2/3 innings in his second outing since returning to the rotation. He struck out two and walked two, flashing back to the form when he won 72 games over five seasons with Milwaukee. Edwin Diaz pitched the ninth for his 19...
  • The Mariners are now 4.5 GB in the Wild Card race

    Mariners drop series opener to Mets, losing 7-5

    Michael Conforto returned to his hometown and hit a pair of solo home runs, Neil Walker and Curtis Granderson had two-out RBI singles in the eighth inning and the New York Mets rallied for a 7-5 win over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night.

  • Indians now sit at the top of the Northwest League North

    Indians win 3rd straight, beating AquaSox 5-0

    The AquaSox were blanked for the third time this season, while the Indians' staff recorded their second shutout of the year.

  • Courtesy: Gonzaga Athletics

    Former Zag Karnowski signs pro contract in Spain

    Karnowski ended his career as Gonzaga's second all-time leader in blocks with 152 and sixth in total rebounds with 819. He also became one of eight players in school history to score 1,000 points and grab 600 rebounds during his time with Gonzaga.

  • Courtesy: Washington State Athletics

    WSU football fall practice schedule announced

    Washington State will open fall camp Wednesday, Aug. 2, with a 2 p.m. practice at Rogers Practice Field and Martin Stadium. The Cougars will hold the first two days of practice in Pullman before heading to Sacajawea Junior High School in Lewiston, Idaho, Friday, Aug. 4. WSU will spend a week in Lewiston, similar to past seasons under Coach Leach.

  • Courtesy: Seattle Seahawks

    Seahawks acquire LB D.J. Alexander from Chiefs for LB Kevin Pierre-Louis

    Alexander, a fifth-round pick out of Oregon State in 2015, has appeared in all 32 games over the past two seasons. He has one career start on defense, but is best known for his play on special teams, where he earned Pro Bowl honors last season.

  • Courtesy: Seattle Mariners

    Mariners acquire Ramirez from Rays in swap for Cishek

    The 27-year-old from Nicaragua spent the first three seasons of his Major League career with Seattle -- going 7-12 with a 4.62 ERA in 47 games, including 35 starts from 2012-14 -- before being traded by previous GM Jack Zduriencik to Tampa Bay for lefty Mike Montgomery in 2015.

  • Indians have now won 5 of their last 6 games

    Indians get 11 hits in their 6-4 win over AquaSox

    Tyler Ratliff hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning, leading the Spokane Indians to a 6-4 win over the Everett AquaSox on Thursday.

  • The Mariners are 8-5 since the All-Star break

    Mariners prepare for three-game homestand against Mets

    Seattle currently has a 51-52 overall record this season, but has won eight games compared to five loses since the All-Star break. The Mariners are chasing the Kansas City Royals for the final wild card spot, as they are only 3.5 games back.

  • Courtesy: LA Galaxy

    Former Sounders HC Sigi Schmid named Galaxy head coach

    Schmid is the winningest-coach in MLS history with 254 wins across MLS Regular and Post Season play. Schmid coached the Sounders from 2009-2016.

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    Seahawks' single-game tickets go on sale Monday

    Single-game tickets for Seattle Seahawks home games in 2017 will go on sale at CenturyLink Field on Monday, July 31, at 9 a.m. Fans will be limited to purchasing a total of four tickets.

  • Indians are now 2-1 in the 2nd half of the season

    Indians get first home win of 2nd half, beating AquaSox 5-3

    Spokane right-hander Tyree Thompson (2-1) picked up a quality start and the win after allowing two runs on eight hits over six innings, leading the Spokane Indians to a 5-3 win over the Everett AquaSox on Wednesday.

  • The Cougars finished 2nd in the Pac-12 North last season.

    WSU picked to finish 3rd in Pac-12 North

    The Cougars finished second in the Pac-12 North last season, posting a 7-2 conference record and 8-5 overall record. WSU's season was highlighted by an eight-game winning streak, their longest since 1930.

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    Indians' Ragans & Ratliff named to NWL All-Star team

    The Northwest League announced its roster for the 2017 Northwest League/Pioneer League All-Star Game and two Spokane Indians - Cole Ragans and Tyler Ratliff - made the team.

  • The Mariners are now 51-52 on the season.

    Mariners drop series finale to Red Sox, 4-0

    The Seattle Mariners drop their series finale against the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday, losing 4-0. The Mariners will begin a three-game series against the New York Mets on Friday.

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    Pulver hired as EWU tight ends coach & special teams coordinator

    Pulver was at Cal with former Eagle head coach Beau Baldwin since April as an offensive quality control coach. Previously, he spent five seasons at Colorado State working with special teams, including the 2012-14 seasons under former Eagle assistant coach Jim McElwain, who is now head coach at Florida.

  • Kudron ranks 10th all-time in rebounds for Gonzaga

    Former Zag Kudron signs pro contract to play in Spain

    Kiara started in 56 of her career 126 games, and was on the court for 97 Gonzaga wins. She became the 17th member of the 600-rebound club finishing with 651, 10th all-time.

  • Spokane will play Everett Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

    Indians fail to complete comeback, fall to AquaSox 10-9

    Spokane got contributions throughout its order, as five players had at least two hits. Whatley homered and singled, driving in three runs and scoring a pair. The Indians also recorded a season-high 16 base hits.

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    United States prepares for Jamaica in Gold Cup final

    The United States has posted a 14-2-8 record against Jamaica, with their most recent victory coming in February of 2017 in an international friendly.

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    Vandals take over Sun Belt media day

    The Vandals were outstanding in 2016, finishing the regular season 8-4 before taking down Colorado State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl. This year's team knows that it will need to keep working to improve.

  • EWU football announces '17 kickoff times; SWX to air four home games

    Game times for all 11 Eastern Washington University football games have been set, as well as television coverage for EWU's five home contests.

  • Spokane Starts 2nd Half With 13-1 Win At Hillsboro

    Clayton Middleton hit a two-run triple in the third inning, leading the Spokane Indians to a 13-1 win over the Hillsboro Hops on Monday.

  • Mariners begin a three-game series tomorrow against the Angels

    Paxton Dominant in Seattle's 4-0 Win Over Boston

    James Paxton allowed four singles over seven innings to win his fifth consecutive start in July and Kyle Seager homered to pace the Seattle Mariners to a 4-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Monday night. Paxton (10-3) retired the first 13 hitters before Jackie Bradley Jr.'s single to center with one out in the fifth.

  • Yankees claim crucial series over Mariners with 6-4 win

    The Yankees bullpen put together a needed shutdown effort, and New York looked more like the team that showed so much early-season promise.

  • Team Sky rider Chris Froome wins 4th Tour de France title

    Riding a bright yellow bike to match his shiny leader's jersey, defending champion Chris Froome won his fourth and most challenging Tour de France title on Sunday.

  • Severe weather brings rain delay early in Brickyard 400

    NASCAR officials sent drivers to the pits and instructed fans to clear the stands at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as severe weather entered the area during Sunday's Brickyard 400. The race was stopped just 12 laps in.

  • Cruz, Mariners beat Yankees in extra innings 6-5

    SEATTLE (AP) - Nelson Cruz hit a winning single off Adam Warren in the 10th inning, and the Seattle Mariners beat the New York Yankees 6-5 Saturday night after Edwin Diaz allowed a tying hit to Ronald Torreyes in the ninth.      Masahiro Tanaka had another shaky outing and New York trailed 4-2 before Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 32nd home run, a sixth inning drive against Steve Cishek. Matt Holliday's sacrifice fly tied the score in the eighth, but former Ya...
  • Indians blanked for 3rd time this season

    Indians suffer worst loss of season, falling to Hops 15-0

    The Indians were blanked for the third time this season, as they fall to the Hops 15-0.

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    Sounders prepare for clash with Earthquakes in Heritage Cup

    The Sounders have posted a 7-10-5 all-time record against the Earthquakes, including a 6-5-1 home record. Sunday's matchup has a lot more than conference positioning on the line, as the Heritage Cup - a yearly battle between the Earthquakes and the Sounders - is up for grabs.

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    Vandals land three players on preseason All-Sun Belt team

    Idaho football placed three on preseason All-Sun Belt Conference teams - reigning Newcomer of the Year Aikeem Coleman and offensive lineman Jordan Rose took home first team honors, while linebacker Tony Lashley earned second team accolades.

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    Luke Falk named to Walter Camp Player of the Year watch list

    Falk is one of 40 players, including five from the Pac-12 Conference, named to the watch list for the nation's fourth-oldest individual college football accolade. Falk was a semifinalist for the award last season.

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    Mariners acquire former Zag Marco Gonzales from Cardinals

    Gonzales is a former Gonzaga University standout who was on the fast track to the Majors after getting drafted in the first round in 2013 until being sidelined by Tommy John surgery last year.

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    Jake Browning named to Walter Camp Player of the Year watch list

    Browning was a finalist for the Walter Camp and Manning Awards in 2016 and also earned Academic All-America District VIII honors as a sophomore. Browning enters the 2017 season with 6,385 yards and 59 touchdown passes in his two seasons at Washington.
     

  • Indians are offically eliminated from first half division title

    Indians fall to Hops in walk-off fashion, 6-5

    The Spokane Indians are officially eliminated from the first half division title after falling to the Hillsboro Hops, 6-5.

  • Mariners will play the Yankees again tomorrow in the second of their four-game series

    Mariners lose series opener to Yankees, 4-1

    Hernandez was as good as he's been in 2017, striking out a season-high nine and pitching at least seven innings for the second time.

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    Vandals picked to finish 6th in Sun Belt

    Idaho football was picked to finish sixth in the Sun Belt Conference Preseason Poll, the league office announced on Thursday. The poll is compiled by the conference's 12 head coaches.

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    First EWU football practice set for Aug. 3

    Players will report on July 31 and Aug. 1, then the team will practice together for the first time on Aug. 3 at 3:30 p.m. Eastern will practice in pads for the first time on Saturday, Aug. 5 at 3:30 p.m

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    Myles Gaskin named to Doak Walker Award watch list

    Gaskin has surpassed 1,300 yards rushing in each of his first two seasons and was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection in 2016 after having earned freshman All-America in 2015.

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    Jamal Morrow named to Doak Walker Award watch list

    Morrow was among the 61 players and one of ten Pac-12 Conference players named to the watch list for the award given annually to the best running back in college football.

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    Mariners acquire veteran reliever from Marlins

    Phelps is a six-year Major League veteran who debuted with the Yankees in 2012 and was traded to Miami before the '15 season. He's 28-32 with a 3.90 ERA in 218 games, including 64 starts.

  • Indians begin a five-game series against Hops on Thursday

    Indians fail to complete comeback, fall to Volcanoes, 3-2

    Spokane saw its comeback attempt come up short after Melvin Novoa scored on a wild pitch in the ninth inning to cut the Salem-Keizer lead to 3-2.

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    Sounders complete historic comeback, beating D.C. United 4-3

    The Seattle Sounders fell into a three-goal deficit, but staged a remarkable second-half comeback that saw them bag four goals in 27 minutes en-route to a 4-3 victory over D.C. United at CenturyLink Field on Wednesday night.

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    Seven Zags make Summer baseball All-Star rosters

    Seven Gonzaga baseball players were named to All-Star teams in their respective summer baseball leagues recently, headed by a trio of Bulldogs in the Alaska Baseball League's Midsummer Classic and two more in the West Coast League's showcase game.

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    Bodie Reeder takes over as EWU's Offensive Coordinator

    Reeder has been interim offensive coordinator since June 7 when Fred Salanoa resigned and returned to be with his family in Hawaii.

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    WSU women's basketball announces non-conference schedule

    The Cougars bring back 12 players from their 2016-17 active roster while adding a pair of freshmen and a redshirt-freshmen to bring their totals to 15 for the new season.

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    Vandals' Linehan named to Unitas Award watch list

    Linehan took home Famous Idaho Potato Bowl MVP honors after going 21-of-31 for 381 yards and four touchdowns to help Idaho take down Colorado State. On the season, Linehan finished first in the conference with 3,184 passing yards and second with 19 touchdowns.
     

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    O'Brien Award preseason watch list includes Jake Browning

    Browning was named the Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year and finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting last year after passing for 3,430 yards and a Pac-12, record-tying 43 touchdowns.

  • Courtesy: Washington State Athletics

    Falk named to Davey O’Brien, Johnny Unitas watch lists

    Falk was a finalist for the Johnny Unitas award and a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien last season after throwing for the third-most yards in the country (4,468) and tying a school-record with 38 touchdown passes, earning All-Pac-12 second team honors.

  • Mariners begin a four-game series vs. the Yankees Thursday

    Mariners beat Astros, 4-1 and win series

    Paxton (9-3) allowed six hits and one run in seven innings, after not allowing a run in his previous two starts against Houston this season. It's the fourth straight win for Paxton, who struck out seven.

  • Indians will wrap up series with Volcanoes Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

    Indians beat Volcanoes in walk-off fashion, 2-1

    Isaias Quiroz hit a walk-off single with one out in the ninth inning, as the Spokane Indians topped the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 2-1.

  • The Mariners move to 47-48 on the season.

    Mariners snap winning streak after falling to Astros, 6-2

    Evan Gattis homered twice to help the Astros beat the Mariners, 6-2.

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    Sounders prepare for matchup against D.C. United

    The Sounders are 7-2-2 all-time against D.C. United, including a 2-0 victory in their last meeting in June of 2016. Since 2011, the Sounders have shut out D.C. United six consecutive times, posting a 5-0-1 record during that span

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    Eastern Washington picked to finish 2nd in Big Sky

    The Fighting Hawks and Eagles have been pegged to finish 1-2, respectively.

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    WSU's Peyton Pelluer named to Wuerffel Trophy Award watch list

    Pelluer was among the 109 players named to the watch list for The Wuerffel Trophy, known as "College Football's Premier Award for Community Service."

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    WSU's Tavares Martin Jr. named to Biletnikoff Award watch list

    Martin Jr. is one of 46 players named to the watch list, including five from the Pac-12 Conference.

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    UW men's basketball announces non-conference schedule

    The University of Washington men's basketball 2017-18 non-conference schedule features 11 home contests.

  • Michael Vick: Kaepernick needs a haircut for job search

    LOS ANGELES - Michael Vick has some advice for Colin Kaepernick if he wants another shot in the NFL: Get a haircut. During an appearance Monday on Fox Sports 1's "Speak for Yourself," Vick said the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback needs to lose his Afro or cornrows for a "clean-cut" style in order to get a job.

  • Mariners win their 5th straight game

    Back-to-back homers in the 10th lifts Mariners past Astros

    HOUSTON (AP) - Kyle Seager and Danny Valencia hit back-to-back homers in the 10th inning to lift the Seattle Mariners to a 9-7 win over the Houston Astros on Monday night. The wild back and forth game was tied at 7-7 entering the 10th when Seager, who finished with three hits, connected off Tony Sipp (0-1) on a shot to the seats in right field.

  • Gubrud looks to win the award for the second consecutive season

    EWU's Gubrud named preseason Big Sky Offensive Player of Year

    The Big Sky Conference announced on Monday that Eastern Washington Eagles quarterback Gage Gubrud has been selected as the preseason Offensive Player of the Year. Gubrud will look to win his second consecutive Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year Award after his record-breaking performance for the Eagles last season.

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    UW's Pettis, Bierria & Victor earn watch list mentions

    Three more Washington football players earned spots on a pair of preseason watch lists today. Dante Pettis has been named to the preseason watch list for the Paul Hornung Award, given annually to the most versatile player in college football. Meanwhile, both Azeem Victor and Kieshawn Bierria were listed by the Butkus Award.

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    WSU's Jamal Morrow named to Paul Hornung Award watch list

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Washington State running back Jamal Morrow was named to the 2017 Paul Hornung Award Watch List, the Louisville Sports Commission announced Monday.   Morrow was among the 46 players and one of six Pac-12 Conference players named to the watch list for the award.

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    Trio of EWU Eagles selected to preseason All-Big Sky Team

    After a record-setting debut for the Eastern Washington University football team, junior quarterback Gage Gubrud has been picked to defend his title as the league's Offensive MVP, joining two other Eagles on the 2017 Big Sky Conference Preseason All-Conference Team announced Monday.

  • Nelson Cruz hit a homer in the 10th to seal the win

    Cruz leads Mariners to extra-innings comeback win in Chicago

    CHICAGO (AP) -- Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager homered, and the sloppy Seattle Mariners beat the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on Saturday night for their third straight victory. Seattle committed three errors, and Felix Hernandez (5-3) plunked Jose Abreu twice and threw a wild pitch. But Cruz's two-run shot off Anthony Swarzak (4-3) - just the second homer allowed by the reliever this season - made it 4-3 Mariners in the sixth, and their bullpen shut down the lowly White Sox the rest of the wa...
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    Indians drop high-scoring heartbreaker to Volcanoes

    by Spokane Indians Spokane, WASH. - 3,931 fans saw a heartbreaker at Avista Stadium, as the Spokane Indians fell to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes 10-9 on Sunday for the Daddy Daughter Day Game presented by MultiCare Health System, K-102 Country, and The Splash. The Spokane offense completely dominated early on, scoring in each of the first four innings of the game. Trailing 3-1 heading into the bottom half of the second inning, the Indians tied the game behind an Austin O'Banion RBI si...
  • Cruz homers as Mariners edge White Sox 4-3

    CHICAGO (AP) -- Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager homered, and the sloppy Seattle Mariners beat the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on Saturday night for their third straight victory. Seattle committed three errors, and Felix Hernandez (5-3) plunked Jose Abreu twice and threw a wild pitch. But Cruz's two-run shot off Anthony Swarzak (4-3) - just the second homer allowed by the reliever this season - made it 4-3 Mariners in the sixth, and their bullpen shut down the lowly White Sox the rest of the wa...
  • Felix Hernandez gets the start for the Mariners on Saturday vs White Sox

    Mariners beat White Sox 4-2 to kick off second half of season

    CHICAGO (AP) -- Robinson Cano hit a three-run drive on his first swing since connecting for the winning homer in the All-Star Game, helping James Paxton and the Seattle Mariners beat the Chicago White Sox 4-2 on Friday night. Jean Segura added two hits and scored twice as Seattle started a six-game trip with its third win in four games.

  • The Indians begin a five-game series against the Volcanoes

    Canadians score 2 runs in the 12th, beat Indians 4-3

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- Riley Adams had a walk-off double with one out in the 12th inning, as the Vancouver Canadians beat the Spokane Indians 4-3 on Friday. Logan Warmoth scored the game-winning run after he hit an RBI single. The Indians took a 3-2 lead in the top of the 12th when Matt Whatley hit an RBI single.

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    Spokane Chiefs' 1st round pick, Milos Fafrak signs agreement

    SPOKANE, Wash. – Spokane Chiefs’ General Manager Scott Carter announced on July 14 that forward Milos Fafrak has signed a Standard Player Agreement and committed to playing in the Western Hockey League for the 2017-18 season. Fafrak was the Chiefs’ first round (18th overall) pick in June’s 2017 CHL Import Draft.

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    UW's Taylor Rapp named to Jim Thorpe Award watch list

    Sophomore safety Taylor Rapp has been named to the preseason watch list for the Jim Thorpe Award, which is given annually to the nation's top college defensive back. Rapp was named to the Bronko Nagurski Award watch list yesterday. The Nagurski is given to the top overall defensive player.

  • Kennedy and the Empire hosting the Intense Conference Championship

    Spokane Empire RB Trevor Kennedy thanks Spokane for their support

    On Wednesday, the Spokane Empire announced that they will cease operations and not play football in 2018. This news came as a surprise to many players, including running back Trevor Kennedy, who said he was appreciative for all the support Spokane has given the Empire.

  • Indians give up 5 runs in the first two innings

    Indians fail to complete comeback, fall to Canadians 5-3

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- Riley Adams hit a three-run home run in the first inning, and Brandon Polizzi tripled and singled as the Vancouver Canadians beat the Spokane Indians 5-3 on Thursday.

  • Courtesy: Washington State Athletics

    WSU's O’Connell and Mata'afa named to award watch lists

    DALLAS – Washington State defensive lineman Hercules Mata'afa and offensive lineman Cody O'Connell were each named to preseason watch lists for the Bronco Nagurski and Outland Trophy, respectively, the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) announced Thursday.

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    Nagurski Trophy watch list includes four Huskies

    Four Husky football players have been named to the preseason watch list for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, given annually to the nation's best college defensive player. Defensive linemen Greg Gaines and Vita Vea, safety Taylor Rapp and linebacker Azeem Victor were all given a spot on the preseason list.

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    Four Huskies named to Outland Trophy preseason watch list

    Four Washington football players have been named to the preseason watch list for the Outland Trophy, awarded annually to the nation's top interior lineman. Defensive linemen Greg Gaines and Vita Vea, and offensive linemen Coleman Shelton and Trey Adams were all among the 81 players on the watch list.

  • Spokane has now won 3 of their last 4 games

    Indians get 10 hits in 6-4 victory over Canadians

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- Tyler Ratliff doubled and singled as the Spokane Indians defeated the Vancouver Canadians 6-4 on Wednesday. Spokane started the scoring with a big fourth inning, when it scored five runs, including a three-run single by Miguel Aparicio. Following the big inning, the Canadians cut into the deficit in the bottom of the frame when David Jacob hit a grand slam. The Indians tacked on another run in the seventh when Melvin Novoa hit a sacrifice fly, sc...
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    Sounders' Jordan Morris scores twice in USA's victory over Martinique

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Jordan Morris' second goal of the game broke a tie in the 76th minute, and the United States edged tiny Martinique 3-2 Wednesday night in the CONCACAF Gold Cup after wasting a two-goal lead against a team that is not even a member of FIFA.

  • The Spokane Empire will not play football in the 2018

    Spokane Empire to cease operations and will not play football in 2018

    The Spokane Empire have announced that they will cease operations and will not be be playing football in the 2018 season. The Empire's franchise began as the Spokane Shock in the summer of 2005 as a part of the af2 league. During their time in the af2, the Shock won the league championship in 2006 and 2009, while also making the playoffs every year in the league (2006-2009).

  • The Gonzaga men's basketball team helped make memories for kids touched by cancer.

    Gonzaga basketball players visit Camp Goodtimes to help kids touched by cancer

    Every year, Camp Goodtimes gives kids who have had cancer or been touched by cancer, the chance to just be kids. This year the Gonzaga men's basketball team paid a visit to the kids and gave the campers a chance to make some new friends.

  • Courtesy: CWU Athletics

    CWU football lands Division II Football Showcase game on ESPN3

    PORTLAND, Ore. – When Azusa Pacific and Central Washington meet on the football field for the second time in 2017, they will square off in front of a national audience. The Oct. 28 between the two games, which will take place in Ellensburg, Wash., will be one of 18 games selected this season for the 2017 NCAA Division II Football Showcase.

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    F5 Spokane 3-on-3 Tournament Raises Money For Rypien Foundation

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