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Bartlow begins new chapter

Jeff Bartlow found himself in an unfamiliar situation last week.

Johnson’s 18th-hole boldness a duffer’s dilemma

Any weekend duffer who ever played a $2 Nassau could identify with Dustin Johnson’s internal debate as he hovered over a makeable 12-foot eagle putt on the 18th green Sunday during the final round of the U.S. Open at much-maligned Chambers Bay.

You've got to be in shape to win at Chambers Bay

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — After attending the first four days of the U.S. Open, I can tell you one thing — if you can’t walk, you can’t win.

Warriors’ ’86 grid team first to enter NWAC hall

When Walla Walla Community College’s undefeated 1986 football team is inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference Hall of Fame Thursday night in Pasco, it will become the first WWCC team to be so honored.

State softball, baseball playoffs heat up

The school calendar may be coming to a close, but for a handful of Washington prep softball and baseball teams, this weekend is the start of things to come.

Meliah leads WWCC to NWAC tourney

Dave Meliah is no stranger to success on the baseball diamond.

Boxing buckle makes it back to winner

As soon as he opened the envelope, Art Guglielmelli recognized the championship buckle.

Guard play determines Duke’s win over Zags in regional

Leading up to Sunday’s NCAA South Regional championship game in Houston, college basketball expert Dick Vitale of ESPN sized up the Gonzaga-Duke game thusly:

Zags try to make good on 2006 collapse

Even with the long list of big wins the Gonzaga basketball program has amassed, there’s still one loss that sends a chill down the spine of Bulldog fans.

Warriors’ Hazeltine resolved to upgrade roster

Having a freshman as your go-to players might not be all bad, especially when you begin the discussion about next year.