The Seahawks will be without quarterback Russell Wilson for the next six-to-eight weeks after undergoing surgery on his finger Friday…
The 10-year veteran suffered the injury to the middle finger on his throwing hand in Thursday night’s loss to the Rams. Doctors had to repair the torn tendon Friday.
Wilson has set a comeback date of Week-10 versus the Packers or Week-11 versus Arizona. Geno Smith will take over the starting spot in his place, beginning this Sunday night at Pittsburgh.
Cougars come from behind to beat Beavers 31-24 Saturday
On the Les Schwab College Football Scoreboard from Saturday…
Jayden de Laura led Washington State to come from behind to beat Oregon State 31-24 in Pullman. De Laura threw for 399-yards and three touchdowns to help the Cougars even their conference record at 2-and-2.
Eric Barriere threw for three touchdowns and Dennis Merritt ran for three more as Eastern Washington demolished Northern Colorado 63-to-17.
Central Washington scored 42-unanswered points over the second and third quarters to beat Western Oregon 45-14.
Wild drop season-opener in overtime
The 582-day layoff finally came to an end Saturday as the Wenatchee Wild dropped the puck in BCHL play at Penticton…
Jayden Price score the first goal for Wenatchee since March of 2020 in the second period. The Vees countered 12-second later.
Cade Littler scored his first goal as a Wild to start the 3rd but Penticton found the net late in the period to force overtime. That’s where Finlay Williams scored 3-minutes into the extra frame to give the Vees a 3-2 victory.
Wenatchee’s off until this Saturday when they travel to Trail to take on the Smoke Eaters.
Pederson leads Braves over Brewers with 3-run shot
Major League Baseball’s post-season continues today with three games on tap…
The first game had Atlanta downing Milwaukee 3-nothing thanks a 5th inning crush by Joc Pederson…
Atlanta now leads the series 2-1.
The second game in Boston where the Red Sox were trying to wrap up against Tampa Bay has been rained out and will be made up tomorrow.
The final game tonight is in Dodger Stadium where Los Angeles hosts San Francisco at 6:47 on TBS.
Eastmont downs Davis while West Valley stops Moses Lake
Taking a look at the Les Schwab Prep Girls Soccer Scoreboard from Saturday…
Eastmont shut out Davis 2-nil while West Valley upended Moses Lake 7-nil. That creates a 3-way tie for first in the Big-9 between the Wildcats, Rams and Chiefs.
In other action Saturday, Selah beat Ephrata 3-1. Liberty Bell edged Brewster 4-3. Manson blanked Lake Roosevelt 1-nil while Okanogan shut out Highland.
Prep volleyball scoreboard
There were just a couple games on the Les Schwab Volleyball Scoreboard…
Wilbur-Creston topped Waterville-Mansfield in 4-sets while Manson had its hands full with Entiat, but came out on top 3-2.
Chiefs and Grizzlies remain only unbeaten Big-9 teams
Eisenhower closed the gap to 17-14 early in the second half, but Sunnyside responded with four, unanswered rushing touchdowns to beat the Cadets 44-14 Friday night. Sunnyside and Moses Lake are the only two undefeated teams remaining in Big-9 play.
Cascade traveled to Quincy Friday night in Caribou Trail League play and shut out the Jackrabbits 42-nothing. Omak used a huge second half to beat Chelan during the Goat’s homecoming night 40-to-19.
Brewster beat Tonasket in Central Washington B-League play 44-22. Entiat popped Pateros 64-16. Manson won by forfeit over Oroville. Liberty Bell beat Soap Lake 36-6.