It was a pregame celebration befitting a team over itself. Given one last chance to use Super Bowl XLVIII as reason to party, the Seahawks declined. They may have set an NFL record for the most nondescript unveiling of a championship banner.
While the Caribou Trail League nearly disappeared due to Washington Interscholastic Activities Association realignment, the Columbia Basin Big Nine´s structure makes more sense going into the 2014 season.
The old eight-team Caribou Trail League has disbanded, leaving a four-team mini-league behind. Cascade, Cashmere, Chelan and Omak are the teams that will call the CTL home for the 2014 football season.
The Central Washington 2B League will have new and familiar faces entering the 2014 football season. Okanogan joins the 2B ranks, and is the odds-on favorite to win the league after an 11-2 season and state tournament berth in the Caribou Trail League a season ago.
Quincy bicyclists Katie Beaumont, Pam Young, Sheri Rigdon and Elena Ybarra recently completed the two-day Seattle to Portland bike ride, which is considered one of the 10 largest recreational bike rides in the country.