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How to go for a run without getting hurt

Running may be the most natural form of human exercise. It’s fast and easy and, around here, you can visit trails where it’s more fun and inspirational.
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CTL/CWB football: Cascade edges Chelan

PESHASTIN — The Caribou Trail League-leading Cascade football team narrowly escaped an upset-minded Chelan team Friday, and now controls its own destiny going into this week's Pear Bowl against Cashmere.
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Wenatchee football drubs Eisenhower

WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee football team hosted an overmatched Eisenhower squad on Friday, and playing in wet conditions, WHS absolutely dominated in all phases of the game.

Hawks still learning how best to use Harvin

RENTON — Everyone has seen Percy Harvin take the quick screen or a handoff on a fly sweep and turn a play that starts at the line of scrimmage into a gain of 20 or 30 or more yards.

Giants walk off with NLCS win

SAN FRANCISCO — After three years away with four different teams, Travis Ishikawa landed himself a second chance with San Francisco right where he so wanted to be.

Baldwin says postgame comments needed to be made

RENTON — Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin said Wednesday that his heated postgame comments following the Seahawks’ loss to Dallas were understood by his teammates and he “felt like it needed to be said.”
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Royals headed to World Series after ALCS sweep

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When the final out was made on another improbable night, and the Kansas City Royals were headed back to the World Series, Ned Yost stood in the dugout and watched.