Last week, Seattle shouldered its burden of being a long-suffering sports town. Sounders get embarrassed by Man U, M’s set record for consecutive losses. The good news? Clouds lose to sun. Let’s go kayaking.
Author: Deidre Silva
Never really intended to be right last week about the Mariners scoring less than six runs in the Texas series. But, no worries, there’s always a little footie to get everyone excited. Even if Rooney has to be reminded that a friendly means no head butting.
Girls! Girls! Girls! Running, catching, kicking, cussing, winning, losing. Don’t forget about the Mariners. But they are losing,mostly. And the NFL and its players. They are arguing — all the time.
Mariners find a task for Figgins, Sounders find the Galaxy vulnerable and U.S. women’s soccer team finds German paparazzi waiting for a naked pillow fight.
Mariners sweep the lightweights of the NL East, Sounders aren’t in a NY state of mind, and Storm gets revenge
Mariners, Sounders and Storm carry the week, but Canucks flop in Beantown, then in V-town, and the Stanley Cup stays east.
No one would attend a minor league baseball game or watch college hoops if all anyone wanted to see was a sport’s best product. So why is that excuse OK for not watching the WNBA?
Hate to see the Bruins lose and hate to see the Heat win, but that’s what will happen. My sanity is at stake. The Sounders? Anyone’s guess. Just not mine.
Traditional cheerleading is alive and well replete with hair ribbons, high kicks and pom poms but a new version of the activity threatens the conventional definition of sport.
Mariners aglow with series win over Yanks and seven more games at home; Sounders aglow after a stunner in Salt Lake; Storm, aglow from last season, start anew. Bono, aglow from being Bono, shines in Seattle.