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Ricardo Maxwell had 20 points for the Vikings, who improved to 14-10 overall and hold the final conference tournament spot in the GNAC at 7-7.
Kyle Wiltjer scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as No. 3 Gonzaga routed Loyola Marymount 80-51 on Thursday night.
Hill will become the first Seattle Seahawks player to participate in the Globetrotters famous "football skit".
Montana State coach Rob Ash is disappointed to see Adams transfer from the Big Sky to the Pac-12, and he wants fellow Football Championship Subdivision coaches to push to change the rule that allows the dynamic quarterback to play for Oregon next season.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray sent some Seattle favorites including Northwest alder-smoked salmon from Pure Food Fish Market, whole bean coffees from the original Starbucks at Pike Place Market and a giant bag of Skittles.
The 32-year-old second baseman hit .274 in 121 games for the Brewers last season.
Karl coached the Seattle Super Sonics from 1991 to 1998, leading them to the NBA Finals in 1996 where they lost to the Chicago Bulls in six games.
All the scores from the District 1 1A Girls tournament.
Aldridge scores eight points, 12 rebounds
Vikings score 10th win in last 12 games
Vancouver comes back in OT
After a radio host suggested the Sedin twins were roommates on road trips, Benn said, "Who knows what else they do together."
Three others accept offers of admission from WWU
Seven Whatcom County teams ranked in latest AP Prep Basketball poll
Golf team ties for best round of the day Tuesday
Tuesday 2/10/2015 High School Scores.
The Seattle Sounders have added depth to their defense by signing Colombian defender Andres Correa.
Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider revealed on Tuesday that he doesn't know if running back Marshawn Lynch will return to Seattle for the 2015 season.
Sherman confirmed the decision in a text message to The Associated Press on Tuesday. Fox Sports first reported Sherman's decision.
The Seattle Seahawks also added seven players to the roster. They include Kevin Smith, C.J. Davis, R.J. Archer, Brendan Kelly, Will Pericak, Jared Wheeler, and Luke Ingram.