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Special teams help Rams beat Ravens, advance to WWFA championship game Aug. 6

RENTON — Wenatchee Valley Rams special teamer Demetrius Palmer came up with a season-rescuing moment with 3:14 remaining in a nightmarish second half, recovering a blocked punt in the endzone to give the Rams a 21-17 road victory over the Renton Ravens in the Western Washington Football Alliance semifinal on July 30.

AppleSox take two from Alaska Goldpanners

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee AppleSox on Saturday beat the Alaska Goldpanners for the second consecutive night at Paul Thomas Sr. Baseball Stadium.

Local hoops stars go undefeated at national tourney

Led by a trio of players from Washington, the Northwest Blazers’ Orange team won the Arizona Elite NCAA-certified high school girls basketball tournament held from July 23-25 in Phoenix.

Sapp bitten by shark

MARATHON, Fla. — Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp is OK after being bitten on the arm by a shark while catching lobster off the Florida Keys.
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Photo Gallery: Junior golfers start new league

There is a new junior golf program this year called PGA Junior League Golf. It's a national program picked up locally pitting junior golfers from local courses who compete against each other on teams. Thursday's match at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club was the fifth of the season with one remaining on August 4 at Three Lakes Golf Club in Malaga. This year, three teams from the country club and one from Three Lakes competed as teams of eight youth from ages 8 to 13. They are split up into ...

Rams look to advance over revenge-minded Renton

RENTON — As the Wenatchee Valley Rams prepare for this weekend’s road playoff test against the Renton Ravens, the team’s unique philosophy of ‘Ram Family’ continues to produce exemplary results.

Former Wenatchee football player Adams an important piece of UW’s O-line

The anticipation for this Washington football season is as robust as its been since Marques Tuiasosopo’s senior season in 2000. As the Huskies get closer to kicking off fall camp on Aug. 8 — less than four weeks before the Sept. 3 opener vs. Rutgers — we continue our annual primer on each position. Today: Offensive line.

Rams grant Foles release

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Rams released quarterback Nick Foles on Wednesday. Foles had requested his release.

Puig warned about spikes

LOS ANGELES — It was bad news all around Tuesday for Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, who continues to be kept out of the lineup with hamstring discomfort and was informed his eye-catching custom spikes are no longer allowed by Major League Baseball.

Fitzpatrick signs 1-year, $12 million deal with Jets

NEW YORK — The New York Jets and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick ended their five-month contract dispute on Wednesday. The two sides finalized a one-year, $12 million contract on the eve of the team’s first training camp practice.

USA crushes China

OAKLAND, Calif. — After dominating China in a 49-point romp Sunday, Team USA did one better in disposing of the same adversary again Tuesday night at Oracle Arena in a 107-57 victory.

Bullpen struggles in M’s interleague loss to Pirates

PITTSBURGH — It was a night to forget for the Mariners’ bullpen. Called on to try and keep the Mariners in a 3-1 game against the Pirates with a chance to rally, the combination of Drew Storen, Nathan Karns and David Rollins proceeded to turn the game into a 10-1 rout that allowed many of the fans to head for the exits of PNC Park early to try and beat stadium traffic.