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Grip on Sports: The M’s were missing in action, and on TV, last night, losing 7-1 to Twins

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There’s a lot going on today. Let’s get right to it.


Grip on Sports: The M’s step-back officially kicks in as they fall below .500 for the first time this season

A GRIP ON SPORTS • The day we knew was coming finally arrived. The Mariners, 11 games over the break-even mark after the season’s first 15 games, are now on …


Grip on Sports: Gonzaga puts the puzzle of its nonconference schedule together with an eye on another shot at a national title

A GRIP ON SPORTS • College basketball scheduling isn’t easy. There is so many competing interests to balance it’s at times like a game of Catan with a piece missing. …


Grip on Sports: ‘The Lake’ life makes us jealous but also makes it easier to get around these parts on weekends

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s the weekend. And not just any weekend. A weekend in the middle of July. Which means the only sporting venue with a chance to …


Grip on Sports: Mariners rally and save the day in more ways than one

A GRIP ON SPORTS • If you gave up on the Mariners last night, you are forgiven. At least in this column. Something about not casting the first stone and …


Grip on Sports: Spieth turned adversity into a third major title

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Jordan Spieth was standing near the driving range at Royal Birkdale yesterday, looking down at his golf ball. He, and it, were nearly lost. It …


Grip on Sports: Sunday mornings are still a time to connect with the world

A GRIP ON SPORTS • The British Open is on the television. The computer is filled with sports stories to read, from the Mariners’ walk-off win to Clint Dempsey’s record-tying …


Grip on Sports: Mariners flash some leather in win over Angels

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There’s an underrated aspect of baseball these days. It’s defense. When guys can hit the ball out of Yosemite at will, it doesn’t seem all …


Grip on Sports: Let’s take a quick spin around the dial, shall we?

A GRIP ON SPORTS • It’s Sunday morning, right? So let’s slow down just a bit and take a whirl around the world of sports, locally and internationally. Read on.


Grip on Sports: The M’s could use a little heavenly help

A GRIP ON SPORTS • There is a scene in “Major League” in which there is a sacrifice to Jobu, one of the player’s baseball god. They offer the little …


Grip on Sports: When it comes to motivation, ugly is in the eye of the beholder

A GRIP ON SPORTS • How important is motivation to a college athlete? We ask because tonight in the Kennel, Gonzaga tries to cap an historic 30-0 regular season. On …


Grip on Sports: This Saturday isn’t all that packed, sports-wise, but with Zags, Cougars, Eagles and others, there is still plenty

A GRIP ON SPORTS • If your Saturday isn’t jam-packed, then you are probably doing it wrong. Or right. Maybe the best way to enjoy a weekend is to not …


Ferris, Shadow standout Maegan O’Neill headed to Washington State

She’s strong in the air, but Maegan O’Neill’s soccer success has come largely because she’s well-grounded. “Every day, Megan wants to be better,” said Kevin Moon, a coach with SSC …


Spokane-area youth soccer clubs won’t merge

When Washington State Youth Soccer Association approached Spokane soccer clubs last fall and asked them to figure out a way to merge into one big local association, the intention was …