Seahawks Jordan Chooses Special Olympics

My Cause My Cleats

Dion Jordan’s My Cause My Cleats for S.O.W.

SEATTLE, WA – The NFL is allowing players to wear special cleats for a cause this weekend. Seattle’s Dion Jordan is wearing his cleats to help Special Olympics, which he fell in love with last summer…

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Seahawks Prepare for 49ers by Fixing Carolina Issues

The Seahawks host San Francisco Sunday at CenturyLink Field following a 30-27 victory at Carolina last weekend. Coach Pete Carroll, after watching film of Sunday’s win, says he’s happy about getting the road victory against a tough team, but he wishes they would have converted more of the turnover chances…

Some have termed Seattle’s efforts this year with a bunch of new players as a rebuilding season. Coach Carroll disagrees, saying it’s a reloading year, which has been a lot of fun…

The Seahawks are 6-and-5 and control their own destiny with four of their remaining five games at home. And, following this week, they’ll host Minnesota on Monday Night Football, a team they’re chasing for a Wild Card playoff spot.

Wenatchee Host Sunnyside in Bowling, Grapplers Travel

We have a couple items on the prep schedule today as the rest of the winter sports begin to come on-line…
First, the Wenatchee girls bowling team will try to continue its hot hand as they’ll host Sunnyside today at 2 o’clock at Eastmont Lanes…
Then, the Wenatchee wrestling team gets its first chance to face someone other than each other tonight with the Moses Lake Jamboree at 5 o’clock. Also participating in today’s jamboree will be Warden and Othello. The Panthers will head to Kennewick this weekend for a tournament while Eastmont’s first action will be Saturday at the Davis Invite.

Zags Celebrate #1 Ranking with Blowout of NDS

It’s only week four of the college basketball season, but the Gonzaga Bulldogs are ranked #1 in the country…
Both the Associated Press Poll and the USA Today Coaches Poll have the Bulldogs ranked first following its victory over previous #1 Duke at the Maui Invitational last week.
Gonzaga had no trouble with North Dakota State last night, winning 102-to-60 with Brandon Clarke leading the way with 18-points. The Zags will take its 7-and-oh record to Creighton Saturday followed by games against Washington, Tennessee and North Carolina.

Coming up tonight, Eastern Washington plays at Washington at 6 followed by Washington State hosting Cal-State Northridge at 8 o’clock.