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Suspensions, Stanford do in Huskies women

Posted on by Nathan Shoup Posted in University of Washington, Weekly Roundup | Comments Off

Thiel: KJ unveils investors, plan; light on details

Posted on by Art Thiel Posted in Basketball, Spokesman-Review, Weekly Roundup | 21 Comments
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Thiel: Sounders down a few, but see a savior

Posted on by Art Thiel

Sounders begin season shorthanded, without Montero, Park, Alonso and probably Tiffert. But it’s the potential signing of flashy Euro star Martins that is creating buzz for 2013.

Posted in Crosscut.com, Seattle Sounders, Weekly Roundup | 2 Comments

Mariners Win Sixth Straight, Beat Giants 4-3

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Seattle Mariners | Comments Off

KJ to disclose investors; Hansen paid deposit

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Basketball, Weekly Roundup | 2 Comments

Peguero 2 HRs, Mariners Continue Cactus Roll

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No dance for Huskies, Cougs; Zags near No. 1

Posted on by Art Thiel

Gonzaga may be the nation’s No. 1 team by Monday, and has a good shot at the national championship. Meanwhile, the Huskies play the Cougars Sunday for . . . a couple of hours.

Posted in Spokesman-Review, University of Washington, Washington State University, Weekly Roundup | 7 Comments

Kings’ part-owner pitching offer with no tax $

Posted on by King5.com Posted in Basketball, Media, Video, Weekly Roundup | 2 Comments

Mariners Rally Late, Upend Brewers 6-5

Posted on by SPNW Staff Posted in Seattle Mariners | 1 Comment

Wayback Machine: Rainiers Legend Alan Strange

Posted on by David Eskenazi

Of the 10 Seattle Rainiers Roll of Honor members, only two, Fred Hutchinson and Jim Rivera, played fewer seasons with the club than Alan Strange.

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