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Cautious handling a must during catch-and-release steelhead fishing

If there’s a consensus about anything in Northwest fishing circles, it’s that steelhead and salmon deserve the highest respect. Their migrations up and down natal streams and survival in the predator-infested nightmare of the ocean set them apart in the angler’s heart.
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Hawks set for ‘dress rehearsal’

RENTON — Week 3 of the exhibition season is traditionally the “dress rehearsal” in the NFL, the closest thing to a real game.

WWU volleyball team to hold scrimmage in Chelan

CHELAN — The Western Washington University volleyball team will play a preseason intrasquad scrimmage at 7 p.m. Saturday at Chelan High School. All proceeds will go to local charities.

Paddleboard jousting to make debut; proceeds to fire victims

LEAVENWORTH— Take one of the area’s growing activities, add some renaissance flair and you get paddleboard jousting, one of the planned activities Osprey Rafting of Leavenworth is putting on to raise money for victims affected by the Carlton Complex Fire.
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Zunino leads AL in getting hit by pitch

PHILADELPHIA — Mike Zunino lifted his elbow and showed off the red mark like a brand-new tattoo. The area was pink from an ice pack. In the middle of the uneven circle of cold skin was the distinct red marking from the seams of a baseball that had struck him.
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Iwakuma finding a rhythm

PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Phillies found out for the first time what most of baseball already knows — Hisashi Iwakuma is pretty darn good.

Experienced group leads Washington State’s defensive line

PULLMAN — A season ago, Washington State only had four defensive linemen finish with double-digit tackles. The starters were counted on to play complete games and the fresh legs of talented freshmen that could have provided relief were not ready until late in the season, and by then they were unavailable.