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ACC takes championship games out of North Carolina due to bill

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The ACC announced Wednesday that it is moving all neutral-site conference championship games out of the state of North Carolina as a result of the state’s controversial House Bill 2 law that limits the legal protection of the LGBT community.

WSU’s Tago arrested

PULLMAN — Washington State linebacker Logan Tago was arrested on Monday for felony robbery and second degree felony assault that occurred on June 4, the Seattle Times confirmed Tuesday morning.

Late WSU rally falls short

BOISE, Idaho — Washington State wasn’t supposed to start the season 0-2. Not this year, not after the way the Cougars took the Pac-12 by storm last season, posting their first winning record in more than a decade and making everyone believe WSU’s time had come.

Huskies start slow, recover to roll over Vandals

SEATTLE — For a quarter, the Washington Huskies appeared on Saturday afternoon as if they might fail to assert the expected measure of dominance against the visiting, here-for-a-paycheck Idaho Vandals.

Kleyn back at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval to take on star-studded field

WENATCHEE — The town of Quincy is known for its famous potatoes and corn it grows. Mitch Kleyn has been growing as a top Northwest Super Late Models Series driver and bringing spotlight on the small town around the racing community. On Saturday, Kleyn will look to make a victory trip back to Quincy from the Neal Newberry 125 at Wenatchee Valley Super Oval.

Wild set to return to local airwaves for the 2016-17 campaign

The Wenatchee Wild, proud members of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) are proud to announce they have renewed their broadcast agreement locally with Cherry Creek Radio to air all 58 regular season games in addition to playoffs.

WSU stunned by visiting Eastern

PULLMAN — Sophomore quarterback Gage Gubrud threw five touchdowns in his first career start and wide receiver Cooper Kupp caught three TD passes to become the all-time FCS leader as Eastern Washington upset Washington State 45-42 on Saturday.

Huskies use big plays to rout Rutgers in season opener

SEATTLE — Whether the Washington Huskies truly justify the hype lavished upon them this offseason — the No. 14 national ranking, the speculation that they could compete for a Pac-12 title — will ultimately be determined against opponents far better than Rutgers.