The Seahawks squandered a 14-point, fourth quarter lead and fell to Tennessee in overtime Sunday 33-30…
Seattle shot itself in the foot with 10-penalties for 100-yards while giving up 182-yards rushing and three touchdowns to Derrick Henry. Coach Pete Carroll says the bad outweighed the good in this one…
Bobby Wagner, who had 20-combined tackles and one quarterback sack, says they need to do a better job on all facets…
Russell Wilson threw for 343-yards and two scores while Tyler Lockett hauled in 8-passes for 178-yards and a touchdown. Seattle will play at Minnesota Sunday at 1:25 on FOX.
Cougs stumble while Huskies win big Saturday
The Cougars floundered at home Saturday while the Huskies won big…
Washington State squandered a 14-nothing lead and fell to USC 45-14 Saturday in Pullman. Freshman quarterback Jaxson Dart came off the bench and threw 4-touchdown passes and for nearly 400-yards.
Dylan Morris passed for 367 yards and three touchdowns, Jalen McMillan had 10 catches for 175 yards and a score, and Washington rebounded from two disappointing losses with a 52-3 win over Arkansas State on Saturday.
Eastern Washington nearly squandered a 34-point lead but held on to beat Western Illinois 62-56. Eric Barriere threw for an incredible 542-yards and 6-touchdowns.
Rashaad Boddie rushed for 279-yards and three touchdowns to lead Central Washington over Simon Fraser Saturday night 36-to-14.
Mariners take two of three from Kansas City
The Mariners kept their slim hopes alive for the post-season by taking two of three games in Kansas City over the weekend including yesterday’s 7-1 win…
Jarred Kelenic had a big day at the plate, going 3-for-4 and driving in runs to give Seattle an early lead…
Ty France also collected 3-hits while Jake Bauers and Mitch Haniger also went deep. Manager Scott Servais says Sunday was a good recipe for success…
As skipper noted, Seattle heads for Oakland for the first of four games tonight at 6:40. Tyler Anderson gets the start for the Mariners against the A’s Sean Manaea.
Jose Siri and Chas McCormick hit back-to-back home runs in the 8th inning to give Houston a 7-6 win over Arizona.
Leury García drove in two runs to help the White Sox beat the Rangers 7-to-2.
Matt Olson scored on Jed Lowrie’s sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th to give Oakland a 3-2 win over the Angels.
Here’s the updated look at the Wild Card chase as Boston swept Baltimore, the Red Sox are a game up on Toronto. The Yankees continue to struggle, falling to Cleveland 11-to-1 and are now a game-and-a-half back. Oakland is 2-games out while the Mariners are 4-out with ten to play. This 4-game series in Oakland will determine a lot for Seattle’s playoff future.
Wenatchee wins Big-9 opener over Eisenhower
We had prep girls soccer on the air Saturday here on the NCWLIFE Channel with Wenatchee coming out on top of Eisenhower 3-nil.
Olivia Harle led the way for the Panthers, scoring two, first-half goals to help Wenatchee win its Big-9 opener. Eric Granstrom and Matt Wisen had the call here on the NCWLIFE Channel…
In other soccer action Saturday, Eastmont edged Moses Lake 4-3. West Valley of Spokane blanked Ephrata 5-nil. Selah shut out Cascade 2-nil. It was Omak over Bridgeport 4-1. Okanogan beat St. George’s 6-1. And Reardan edged Brewster 3-2.
We’ll have more soccer on television tomorrow night when Eastmont hosts Sunnyside at Wildcat Stadium. Sebastian Moraga and Matt Wisen have the call with the pregame at 6:45.
We’ll switch gears to volleyball Thursday as Wenatchee hosts Eastmont at 7 o’clock. Eric Granstrom will be courtside with the action beginning at 6:45.
Then on Friday, it’s the 18th Bridge of Sportsmanship between Wenatchee and Eastmont from Wildcat Stadium. Grant will join Eric for the call with our pregame beginning at 6:30.
This is the 54th overall meeting between the two schools on the gridiron with Wenatchee leading the overall series 37-to-16 but Eastmont has won the last five in a row.
Eastmont bounces back, Panthers struggle on road
Speaking of prep football, let’s get the rundown on what happened over the weekend…
Mountain View scored on a safety to start the game and it was all down hill from there for Wenatchee as the Panthers fell 51-14 Friday. Moses Lake topped Lake City 28-21. Lewiston had no trouble with Eisenhower 61-21. Kennewick downed West Valley 34-20.
On Saturday, Eastmont beat up Lewis & Clark 55-6. Garfield shut out Davis 58-nothing. And Skyview came back twice in the 4th quarter to beat Sunnyside 38-35.
What a first quarter for Cashmere’s Jack Croci. The junior Bulldog had a 5-yard touchdown reception, a 3-yard touchdown run, a 29-yard punt return touchdown and 90-yard kick-off return for a touchdown, all in the first quarter. Cashmere went on to beat Granite Falls 48-21 to improve to 3-and-0 on the season.
In other Caribou Trail League action, Cascade topped Brewster 42-22. Chelan fell to Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 34-28. Okanogan topped Omak 27-18.
In Central Washington B-League play, Tonasket shut out Manson 29-0. Waterville-Mansfield earned its second win of the season, downing Bridgeport 50-16. Pomeroy pummeled Liberty Bell 58-12. And it was Soap Lake over Pateros 56-6.
On Saturday, Entiat fought valiantly but fell to Tekoa-Rosalia 38-34.