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Johnson retires from UW football due to wrist injury

Four other Dawgs granted their release.

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UW Softball opens with a walk-off win at the CWS in OKC

Huskies move on to play either Florida or Tennessee next.

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Huskies football opener will be night game

Dawgs to open season at new look Husky Stadium.

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Sounders Bow Out Of U.S. Open Cup

Seattle has won three of the past four Open Cups

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Pee Wee Halsell named GNAC Men’s Coach of the Year

Halsell has received Coach of the Year honors 28 times.

Canucks fans

Canucks sign Tom Sestito

Veteran gets a two-year deal to stay in Vancouver

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Seahawks waive inured TE McCoy, sign tackle

The Seattle Seahawks waived tight end Anthony McCoy and bring in Bscherer to fill roster spot

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Bluhm and Callegari are CRCA Division II Pocock All-Americans

Two Western Washington University rowers are named to All-American team

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Mariners send down Ackley

The Mariners make moves sending Ackley and Luetge to Triple-A Tacoma

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Barron Heating wins Ski to Sea

Barron was last year’s overall winner as well

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The award was announced on Wednesday and surprised no one.

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‘Twilight’ saga returning with short films

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The blockbuster vampire franchise is set to return, this time in a short film format.

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Employment in America's manufacturing sector grew at its best pace since March 2012, a new report says.

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Wednesday’s Sports Minute

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Here's a look at the big sports headlines you'll be talking about today, Wednesday, Oct. 1.