One of our two remaining local eleven-man football teams tried to make their playoff stand last Saturday against a very good team.
The women of Cougar basketball have started off their season looking absolutely fantastic.
Less than six feet was all the Seattle Seahawks needed to change the tenor of where they stood compared to the rest of the NFC.
The basketball season has just started, and already we find one of our local teams in a tournament.
Federal drug enforcement agents showed up unannounced Sunday to check at least three visiting NFL teams' medical staffs as part of an investigation into former players' claims that teams mishandled prescription drugs.
The Kansas City Chiefs stopped the Seattle Seahawks on fourth down three times late in the fourth quarter Sunday, holding on for a tense 24-20 victory in a matchup of playoff contenders.
No fewer than five games pit teams with solid Super Bowl aspirations, including matchups of division leaders New England and Indianapolis, Detroit and Arizona.
And so it begins. A seven-game gauntlet that will decide whether or not the defending Super Bowl champs make it back to playoffs. It is the toughest remaining schedule in the NFL that includes the 49ers and Cardinals twice.
The Seahawks have a dominant ground game led by Marshawn Lynch, the Chiefs a potent ground attack led by Jamaal Charles. Both teams have stingy defenses, mobile quarterbacks and rosters not made up of high-priced acquisitions but of unheralded and late-round draft picks.
It's truly amazing how one year can make so much difference, and that is something the Clarkston Bantams football team found out after having one of the best seasons in program history.
As you may have heard from the weather reports, we're going to be expecting a good amount of snow over the next few days, so let's talk about baseball.
Russell Wilson is doing plenty to help Seattle during its three-game win streak. Even when the Seahawks' offensive priority has been focused on running the football.
The L-C Valley has a new, electrifying show that performs a couple times a week at one of our local colleges.
Blake Rimmelspacher is this week's P1FCU "Prep Athlete of the Week."
If he needed any extra incentive going forward, Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez found some on Wednesday when he finished second in the AL Cy Young voting.