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.
We saw a plethora of prep action on Tuesday, let's begin on the outdoor courts of Lewiston.
While the men's program has seen some major changes in the past few weeks, the Cougar women will see some consistency for even longer!
UMass guard Derrick Gordon has become the first openly gay player in Division I men's basketball.
Mariners starting pitcher James Paxton has left Seattle's home opener against the Los Angeles Angels after straining a muscle in his left side.
The Vandals played their first game situation of the 2014 season on Saturday.
As students re-adjust back-to-school after spring break, we get right back into prep sports like we never left at all!
The biggest offseason investment ever made by the Seattle Mariners is finally going to make his debut at home.
Attention local basketball players, it's time to get your team together and show us what you got!
Well it sure did take them long enough, but Warrior baseball is finally back home.
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon walked toward shortstop and his right foot sunk some two inches, causing him to turn his right ankle. That was minor, yet everybody involved in the postponed game between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics on Friday night feared the worst if they had tried to play on a rain-soaked field.
The NCAA president called an effort to unionize players a "grossly inappropriate" way to solve problems in college sports while insisting the association has plans to change the school-athlete relationship.
The Seattle Seahawks locked up coach Pete Carroll with a three-year contract extension Friday after he led the franchise to its first Super Bowl title.
Coco Crisp altered his batting approach and tried to muscle up in his last at-bat. It couldn't have worked out any better for the Athletics' leadoff hitter.