The News Tribune
Kentwood's McGuire plays like pro
But then a guy like Kentwood High School's Reese McGuire comes along - a teenager with sustainable catching skills who quickly is cementing himself as a top-20 selection in next month's Major League Baseball amateur draft.
Pasco's Young sprints to 4A regional titles
SPOKANE – Pasco High's Christian Young used to spend his Saturdays flying over jumps and around courses on a BMX bike.
Sun May 19, 2013
Dunford ready to raise the bar at Trinity Western
He already has a Class 2A state championship in pole vaulting in his back pocket and owns the top vault in the state of Washington so far this spring at 16 feet, 1 inch.
Knibbe's goal, physical defense sends Lyncs boys' soccer to Class 1A state semis
Bodies were falling over and over again onto the unforgiving Orca Field turf. Legs were tangled, jerseys were pulled, heads and shoulders collided and play was chippy as ever.
Freshman steps up to make contribution for Lynden
It was only four years ago that he started using a freshman catcher behind the plate.
Sat May 18, 2013
Hot Cougar Action: Most important player
The ESPN Pac-12 blog is running a most important player series and Kevin Gemmell got to Washington State on Friday.
Mon May 13, 2013
Port Orchard Orchard
Romo's versatility helping Everett to new heights
Tanner Romo, a 2011 South Kitsap graduate, enters the second game of Sunday's doubleheader for Everett Community College against Douglas in left field.
Sun May 12, 2013
Meyer eclipses Sehome, sends Lynden back to 2A state playoffs
The Seattle Mariners used to have "The Big Unit," when Randy Johnson was in his prime - the Lynden baseball team has "The Eclipse." Though Lions senior Matt Meyer gives up 5 inches in height and more than 20 mph on his fastball to the former Major Leaguer and throws with his thick right arm, the 6-foot-5, 280-pound Washington State bound offensive ... (more)
Tue May 07, 2013
The celebration would have to wait. The Marauder fans crowded the fence on the sideline of Frank Goddard Memorial Stadium like a whale pushing against the walls of its tank.
The News Tribune
In land of daffodils, baseball has flowered
Perhaps drawing from Mount Rainier's aura, Puyallup Vikings right-hander Jacob Howard fires a strike against Emerald Ridge on April 25.
Florida Prep Football All-Star QB Headed to Skyline
Skyline High School 's football program in Sammamish - apparently known nationwide as a "quarterback factory" - has reportedly attracted one of the country's hottest prep football prospects from Naples, Florida.
Mon May 06, 2013
Noll sparks Bremerton resurgence on baseball, football fields
Matt Noll stole 18 bases this season and hit close to .400 for the Knights, who are back in the playoffs after a long absence.
Cowan, Kawawaki top scholarship awards | May 6
Union's Trent Cowan and Columbia River's Remick Kawawaki were the top scholarship winners honored during a Sunday reception recognizing high school seniors who played football in Southwest Washington.
Sun May 05, 2013
Review of Pac-12 spring-football camps: Part 8 -- Stanford
Another in a series reviewing Pac-12 spring-football camps. Today, Stanford, which is coming off consecutive BCS-bowl appearances .
Sat May 04, 2013
Murphy overcomes nerves to dispatch Sedro 4-1
Even a No. 1 seed is allowed to be nervous. Despite the fact Saturday night's first-round 2A district game wasn't an elimination match, nerves found a way into the minds and stomachs of the Archbishop Murphy boys soccer team.
Frye fast, but not fast enough for meet mark
While Stewart is best known for his football prowess, the current Carolina Panthers running back wasn't too shabby on the track, either.
Fri May 03, 2013
Snoqualmie Valley Record
All in the family: College football play stays at Corvallis for Mount ...
It's pretty darn solid: 17-year-old Nick Mitchell will join his older brother Josh on the gridiron at Corvallis, Ore.
The News Tribune
New roles for a pair of baseball lifers
Five hours before the first pitch Thursday night at Cheney Stadium, the rooms adjacent to the Rainiers' clubhouse reflected the vagabond nature of pro-baseball lifers.
Thu May 02, 2013
North Kitsap soccer thriving under new coach
North Kitsap boys soccer coach Greg St. Peter graduated from NK in 1995 and played under current Kingston coach Craig Smith.
Offensive outburst lifts Meridian over Nooksack Valley in first round
It gets a whole lot easier when you have some offense to back you up, though, and Brockmann made sure give himself plenty of that on Wednesday, May 1, in the first round of the Class 1A Northwest District Baseball Tournament.