Award after award after award...a local runner just can't stop winning.
A couple extraordinary athletes will be heading to the Olympics in June, and got a little help from the community.
After recently ranking up to the two spot nationally, the Warriors were back on the diamond again this past weekend.
As an athlete, you're sometimes asked to make sacrifices in order to benefit the team.
Seems like the Vandals are just flying through their spring camp.
Felix Hernandez walked in from the bullpen and threw his first pitch to a standing ovation after warming up with Aloe Blacc's song "The Man" playing over the stadium speakers.
We saw some big time track action from some small schools yesterday Thursday afternoon.
Though they're known as a pass-first team, the Cougars will be getting some help in their ground and pound game.
It may not have been called a scrimmage, but it sure looked like one.
The Navajo Nation Council voted to oppose the use of the Washington Redskins name, while a United Nations human rights expert said separately that the term is "inextricably linked to a history of suffering and dispossession."
Christine Sayler is this week's P1FCU "Prep Athlete of the Week."
Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus hit the ceremonial tee shots with fans already lining both sides of the first fairway on a brisk, sunny morning.
Right next door to the baseball field was a different field where some soccer was being played.
Let's head back to baseball now but head out to the Tri-Cities.
Well it sure took long enough, but the NAIA is finally starting to see that our local college baseball team is pretty good.