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UW’s Browning has become highly efficient

Before Jake Browning’s recent spate of stellar performances, Chris Petersen had a feeling last year Washington might have a budding star at quarterback when he often stumbled at the beginning of his college football career.

Wild quickly growing up on and off ice

WENATCHEE – “There wasn’t a lot not to like,” said Wenatchee Wild coach/general manager Bliss Littler about his team’s three-game rout of Prince George last week.

ACC will turn to contractor for tie procedure

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Atlantic Coast Conference will turn to a ranking from a privately contracted company to determine which team will play for the league title if No. 3 Louisville, No. 5 Clemson and No. 13 Florida State finish in a three-way tie atop the Atlantic Division.

DB Rapp earns first start for Huskies

Taylor Rapp graduated from Bellingham’s Sehome High early and enrolled at the University of Washington in January, eager for a chance to play as a freshman for the team he grew up rooting for.

Wild prove they can score in bunches with 7-3 win over Spruce Kings

PRINCE GEORGE, British Columbia – The Wenatchee Wild provided the 793 fans at Rolling Mix Concrete Arena on Friday an offensive outburst, scoring three goals apiece in the first and second periods before tacking on an extra goal in the last frame to cap a convincing 7-3 win.

Everybody Out: Hiking near and around Lake Valhalla

For starters, the lake has quite a name going for it. En route to this lake named for Norse heroes slain in battle, you’ll see both the snowy slopes of Mt. Hinman in the distance and the rock walls of Lichtenberg Mountain nearby. Besides scenery, the lake’s beach and shallow water make it a nice swimming destination on a blistering day. Finally, there’s the sub-alpine foliage that lights up in fall.

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.

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.