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Sounders break scoring drought, rally in second half to top D.C. United

Depending on how recent you want to take recent history, a second half go-ahead goal by their Saturday night opponent could have left the Sounders either downcast or slightly optimistic.

Grip on Sports: The Warriors win again and this time it isn’t even close

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Now this is the type of June (weather) we remember. Except, in our memories, there was nothing like the Warriors. Read on.

Grip on Sports: Just shrug, say ‘that’s baseball’ and get ready for Tampa

A GRIP ON SPORTS • If there was ever a term invented for what happened to the Mariners last night in Houston, “that’s baseball” is it. Nothing more is needed. …

Grip on Sports: Mariners, Paxton get the drop on Houston and now know they will leave town still on top in the West

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There was an old-time showdown in Houston last night, but the script lacked a bit of drama. If you are a Mariners’ fan, it’s pretty …

Grip on Sports: Is there nothing Mr. Unlimited can’t do? Well, his name says it all

A GRIP ON SPORTS • You want a professional sports franchise in your city? You should call Mr. Incredible. Wait, that’s not it. He’s out fighting crimes and getting ready …

Grip on Sports: Another year of building memories is over for high school athletes

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Let’s take a break, shall we? A break from all the Mariner news. Instead let’s say goodbye to something that’s ridden along with us for …

Grip on Sports: As summer looms, the promise of a strong pitching staff gives Mariner fans hope

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Holiday weekends are the best. And the one that kicks off summer? The best of the best. Especially when the Mariners have an ace. Read …

Grip on Sports: If anger isn’t one of the emotions you are feeling about Robinson Cano’s suspension, it should be

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Don’t pretend you aren’t at least a little ticked off at Robinson Cano. You should be. Read on.

Grip on Sports: No one knows if Washington or Idaho will take the gamble on sports betting

A GRIP ON SPORTS • When the Supreme Court ruled yesterday that gambling on sports was a state’s rights issue, it was easy to imagine a world in which everyone …

Grip on Sports: The sun may have been shining in Seattle on Sunday but it was a dark, dark day

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Yesterday was beautiful around here. Sunny, warm, a perfect day to celebrate motherhood. But 285 miles to the west, it was a dark, deplorable day, …

Grip on Sports: It’s Mom’s day, though every day should be

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s Mother’s Day. In lieu of flowers, we offer a tribute to mom’s everywhere. Read on.

Grip on Sports: Take some time before smelling the blooming flowers today to find out what’s happening in the world of sports

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Maybe the best spring weekend of the year, weather-wise, beckons. So we’ll get out of the way quickly. Though we have a little to say. …

Grip on Sports: There are local connections throughout the playoffs that highlight this month

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Let’s check the schedule to see what’s going on in the world of sports this second week of May. There are the NHL and NBA …

UPDATED: Wed., May 9, 2018, 9:33 p.m.

Handwalla Bwana lifts Sounders past Toronto FC, 2-1

Handwalla Bwana scored early in the second half and the Seattle Sounders beat Toronto FC 2-1 in a rematch of the previous two MLS Cup finals.

Grip on Sports: No-hitter is just another sign the Mariners’ Paxton is ready to assume the role of ace

A GRIP ON SPORTS • No hitters are rare. So are 16 strikeout games. One right after another by the same pitcher, are even more so. That’s what the Mariners’ …

Grip on Sports: When it comes to picking winners, you win some and you lose a lot more

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There were a couple of horse races yesterday, one actual, the other rhetorical. Picking winners was hard. Read on.

Grip on Sports: Pujols joins select company with his 3,000th hit, but just how select?

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Numbers being what they are, and hits being what they are, yesterday was a pretty big day in baseball. And one of the big events …

Grip on Sports: This really isn’t the way to begin May

A GRIP ON SPORTS • As always, Frank had it right. “That’s life, that’s what people say,” Mr. Sinatra sang back in the days of wine and roses. “You’re riding …

Grip on Sports: When out of options, the best one is to watch the Sounders find a new way to lose

A GRIP ON SPORTS • What’s a sports fan supposed to do on a late April Sunday with limited television viewing options? Improvise. Read on.

Grip on Sports: Our thoughts wander as we contemplate the NFL draft, local players and what the future holds

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Some mornings are made for deep, in-depth thoughts on one subject. This isn’t one of those mornings. Read on.

Grip on Sports: The M’s are making changes, college basketball recruiting may change and the Seahawks need to change

A GRIP ON SPORTS • For a Wednesday in late April, yesterday was jam-packed with news. From the Mariners to college hoops, there was a little something for just about …

Grip on Sports: Many are outraged, but maybe the M’s are doing the right thing by keeping Ichiro right now

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Getting away for a while is always fun. But returning home is something special. Though it has its own set of challenges. Read on.

Grip on Sports: Washington State’s spring game prepares the Cougars for whatever fall may bring

A GRIP ON SPORTS • You never know if Washington State’s annual spring game in Spokane will be played in weather more akin to September, October or November. Which is …

Grip on Sports: The M’s were holding their own with the Astros last night, until they weren’t

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Bad news. My neck is hurting. Probably similar to what Mike Leake’s neck feels like after that awful seventh inning last night. Read on.

Grip on Sports: Klay Thompson is Washington State’s biggest booster in the NBA these days

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Has it been seven years already? It seems like only yesterday Klay Thompson was pulling up from 24 feet in Pullman. Read on.

Grip on Sports: It seems to be about the right time to add more Major League teams

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There is very little better than sitting down on a nice April weekend day and listening to a baseball game on the radio. Too bad …

Grip on Sports: Reports of the Seahawks’ flirtation with Colin Kaepernick revs up the outrage machine

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There are just two words anyone needs to utter these days to get a rise out of a sports fan: Colin Kaepernick. Read on.

Grip on Sports: The weather in Minneapolis saved us from getting hurt trying to watch two events

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It was cold in Augusta yesterday. But not nearly as cold as it was in Minneapolis. Appropriate and expected, I guess, for early April. One …

Grip on Sports: There was a moment yesterday most Masters watchers felt they were actually on the course

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s not often a person watching the Masters at home thinks, with some actual justification, “I could do that.” And then along came Sergio Garcia …

Grip on Sports: The past and the future collided a bit yesterday at Idaho and around the area

A GRIP ON SPORTS • If you like news instead of games, then yesterday was your day in the Inland Northwest sports world. But don’t despair if that is not …