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Parents of ex-Bellevue player insist they followed rules

BELLEVUE — The parents of a former Bellevue High School football player have disputed their son’s account of his time on the team, calling a Sunday Seattle Times article on the subject “false and misleading.”

River Dogs win World Series championship

The 2015 Columbia Basin River Dogs baseball team can be considered somewhat of a “Cinderella story,” according to their coach, Randy Boruff.

NCW travel softball program to be launched

Cliff Johnson has a plan for improving the softball scene in North Central Washington. He’s tired of watching talented players being forced to join travel teams based in the Seattle area or the Tri-Cities, so Johnson is starting a local traveling program.

River Dogs return to World Series

It almost wouldn’t seem like a proper Senior Babe Ruth World series without the presence of the Columbia Basin River Dogs.

Softball state tournaments: Chelan falls short on second day

RICHLAND — The route to the 1A softball state tournament was an interesting one for Chelan. The Goats ended Caribou Trail League regular-season play at the bottom of the standings, but beat first-place Cashmere twice in the last week of the season and then again in the first round of the 1A District 6 tournament. The Goats then thumped Omak in the district championship game, and the team was state bound.

Prep tennis state tournaments: Eastmont girls duo places third

YAKIMA — It seemed so tantalizing, so possible. Two Cascade tennis teammates, placing friendship and shared loyalty aside for an hour or so to duke it out on the biggest court small-school tennis has to offer. But in the end, it wasn’t meant to be.