Many of us are sitting behind this desk for a reason...partially because it doesn't involve any running around.
In case you heard some real loud bats around Church Field on Wednesday afternoon, the reigning champs are in town and hungry to once again win it all.
With only three days until the 2014 Avista NAIA World Series, the teams are doing what they can to give back to our community.
Thursday night we found out who would be showing up, and we learn who the teams' competing in the 2014 Avista NAIA World Series will play against.
Making the immediate jump from player to coach in any sport is a tough transition, but one thing that doesn't change is the goal.
Who's ready for the 2014 Avista NAIA World Series.
A local college tennis team has made it to the national championships, and played in the first round Tuesday.
Even though it may look like the Avista NAIA World Series has hundreds of employees, a majority of those people are actually helping out for fun.
With the regular season done, we don't yet know who will be in the 2014 Avista NAIA World Series, but we do know the final rankings.
With the 2014 NFL draft just hours away, we analyze a local player who is expected to be taken relatively high.
With the Warriors finishing out their season at the number two spot nationally, a major part of the team wins a huge honor.
We all know that to be in the army, you need to be physically fit...sometimes; they want to show off that fact.
How about a little Cougar baseball up in Pullman as the Trojans of USC came to the Palouse to take on Washington State.
Though the Cougar's seem to already have a prominent offense, a little extra help never hurts.
Just when you think they were done, the Cougars throw in one more practice for good measure.