The next time you hear someone say that you throw or kick like a girl, they might be giving you a compliment.
The Seattle Seahawks are continuing efforts to keep core players from reaching free agency, signing defensive end Cliff Avril to a four-year extension on Friday worth up to $28.5 million.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps pleaded guilty to drunken driving on Friday, almost three months after he was arrested after leaving a Baltimore casino.
The Seattle Seahawks have signed linebacker K.J. Wright to a four-year contract extension, keeping one of their key defensive players from reaching free agency.
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is declining to respond to reports that he is weighing an offer from Michigan to become the new football coach at his alma mater.
The NFL has announced the 32 players eligible for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.
The Mariners have found a right-handed bat for their outfield, acquiring Justin Ruggiano from the Chicago Cubs.
The Kansas City Royals and veteran slugger Kendrys Morales agreed to a $17 million, two-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press on Thursday.
The Seattle Mariners have signed slugger Nelson Cruz to a four-year deal, adding a needed right-handed power hitter to their lineup.
The Vandals have been out and about to make sure they turn their football program around.
The Idaho men’s basketball team lost both games on their most recent road trip and are now sporting a 4-5 overall record.
The Cougar football team had one constant all season long, and he is now being recognized for it.
We always love to see when local athletes go on to do big things.
When Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner was first told he'd completely torn the tendon connecting his big toe and the bottom of his foot, the recovery was estimated to be eight weeks.
The National Football League called Pete Carroll on Monday to discuss the late fumble in the game between the Seahawks and Rams, and why the play wasn't reviewed by officials.
Bantam fans, students, and athletes alike all had plenty of reasons to be merry Thursday night.
Though there's only one college basketball team in the L-C Valley, a local high school team is sure acting like one.
Trevor Sperry is this week's P1FCU "Prep Athlete of the Week."
But we're not done with the L-C awards, for the second time this season, the Frontier Conference has awarded Lewis-Clark State senior, Tanis Fuller the 'Player of the Week' award.
Boise State football fans either can't get off work or are slacking on getting their Bowl game tickets.
Both LC basketball teams are having exceptional seasons, and a few of their players are once again getting recognized for it.
The Cougar women are 7-2 right now because of great team chemistry and a little help from a special individual.
The Warrior women faced some fierce competition in their latest home tournament over the weekend.
After the drama and turmoil early in the season, the Seattle Seahawks are where they expected to be with two weeks left, on the cusp of being back in the playoffs and with a chance at still landing the No. 1 seed in the NFC.
Jim Harbaugh welcomes a sit-down with 49ers CEO Jed York and general manager Trent Baalke to discuss the future - his future - after a season that will end in two weeks without a playoff berth for the first time during his four-year tenure.
Five weeks removed from the San Diego practice squad, Ryan Lindley will start at quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals against Seattle on Sunday night.
After a statement season last year, the Genesee Lady Bulldogs have picked up where they left off and are riding out a perfect season so far.
The Seahawks first had to knock their most-heated rival out of contention. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown, Russell Wilson threw a touchdown pass to rookie Paul Richardson, and Seattle kept up its chase for a division title and No. 1 seed with a 17-7 win over San Francisco on Sunday.
It creeps into everyone's conversation and thoughts as the NFL season winds down. It's a word most coaches and players try to avoid uttering, yet always are aware of.
Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson sat at a table placed on the San Francisco 49ers logo at the 50-yard-line, chomping down on turkey in a made-for-TV moment.