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Vikings’ top boat has best outing of season, finishes behind two PAC-12 entries.
Ferndale and Squalicum also join the Trojans and Pioneers advancing to state.
Peters was kicked off the Washington Huskies after run-ins with coaches last year.
The Seattle Seahawks have signed rookie defensive tackle T.Y. McGill to take the roster spot of injured defensive lineman Tory Slater.
The Browns have signed their two first-round draft picks, nose tackle Danny Shelton and offensive lineman Cameron Erving, to contracts.
John Keim of ESPN.com is reporting via Twitter that Halliday appears to be stepping away from football. The Washington Post is reporting Halliday has retired.
Five county baseball teams have district games Saturday
Brock Holt doubled and scored the go ahead run on Rickie Weeks' error with one out in the ninth inning.
The former WWU assistant coach inherits a Red Raider team that went 7-and-5 in Northwest Conference play and 10-and- 7 overall last season.
Backup Seattle Seahawks running back Robert Turbin underwent offseason hip surgery, but is expected back in time for the start of the 2015 regular season.
According to Jayda Evans of the Seattle Times, the Seattle Storm have suspended center Angel Robinson's contract due to her vying for a roster spot on Montenegro's national team.
Irvin tells BlackSportsOnline.com, “Atlanta is where I want to be. Believe that.”
Sehome softball falls to Anacortes
James Shields became the first San Diego pitcher since 2007 to start the season 5-0.
The Golden Eagles are one win away from a state berth.
Percy Allen of The Seattle Times is reporting that former Washington basketball players Jernard Jarreau and Darin Johnson have announced they are transferring to Tulane and Cal State Northridge.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver coach Kippy Brown is set to retire from the National Football League.
Throwback Thursday and Championship Friday to debut this year
Dawgs to face Texas Longhorns Nov. 13
Ferndale and Squalicum baseball teams win to live on at districts