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In a hearing before the Washington state Senate's Commerce and Labor Committee Wednesday, officials from the state's four WHL teams and the league office said the league might have to pull out of Washington if state law isn't changed to consider amateur athletes non-employees.
Righthanded pitcher Victor Sanchez was hospitalized in Venezuela
This is the final poll of the season from the Associated Press. All teams are on to district play in the postseason.
The coach and members of the of the King's High School boys basketball team say it was a "miracle" no one was seriously hurt when their bus overturned after game with L.C.
The Packers blew a 16-0 lead in the 28-22 overtime loss to the Seahawks, who benefited from a pair of special teams mistakes
Milbrandt for men's track and Fine for softball
"Angry Doug" says it was directed at New England Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Henrik Sedin lead the way with a goal and an assist, and Bo Horvat also scored for Vancouver.
The Sehome boys fall to Anacortes on a buzzer beater in Mt. Vernon.
Returning to the Bells is pitcher Andrew Summerville for summer 2015.
The International Basketball League, the league which the Slam has competed in for the last seven seasons, has opted to pursue a different model in 2015 which does not align with the Slam’s mission.
No. 7 Arizona routed Washington State 86-59 on Sunday night.
The Bellingham Blazers split a weekend series with the West Sound Warriors, winning 6-4 on Friday night and losing 5-1 on Saturday night.
Arizona State won on the road for just the second time this season, beating Washington 78-68 on Sunday afternoon.
Haywood played five season for Seattle between 1970-and 1975. He averaged 24.9 points and 12.1 rebounds per game for the Sonics.
Gonzaga has the nation's longest home winning streak at 40 games and is the first team in the nation to reach 26 wins this season.
The former BHS Cougar was selected 13th overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves during the 2014 NBA draft.
Bouma came into the season with six goals in 121 career games.
Guard Taylor Peacocke had a game-high 18 points to lead a balanced attack as Western Washington University rolled to an 81-48 victory over Western Oregon University on Saturday.