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Past articles by Scott:

Get to know Mariners second-round pick, Tyler Locklear

Tyler Locklear hit a school record 20 home runs for VCU this past season and had a record-tying 37 for his career. → Read More

Mariners outfielder Kyle Lewis beginning rehab assignment with Class AAA Tacoma

The 2020 AL Rookie of the Year has not played since suffering a concussion May 28. → Read More

Washington football gets commitment from three-star cornerback Leroy Bryant

Cornerback Leroy Bryant, who was offered scholarships by several Pac-12 schools, is the 16th player to commit to UW's 2023 class. → Read More

Emerald Downs will be off and running Sunday with a new announcer

Bill Downes, who recently finished nine years of announcing in Indiana, will become the fourth announcer in Emerald Downs history. → Read More

Mariners can’t sustain momentum, get blasted by Phillies, 9-0

The Mariners, looking for consecutive victories for the first time since April 26, fell behind early and it only got worse as Philadelphia won 9-0 in the first of a three-game series at T-Mobile Park. → Read More

UW softball’s Baylee Klingler has mashed this season. Here’s a look at just how good she’s been.

How good has Baylee Klingler been offensively for the Washington softball team this season? She is in the midst of what could be the best offensive season in program history. → Read More

Washington volleyball sweeps Brown, reaches second round of NCAA tournament for 20th straight season

The Huskies play Hawaii on Saturday for a berth in the Sweet 16. → Read More

UW’s Heather Tarr named coach of U.S. women’s national softball team

Heather Tarr will continue to coach the Washington softball team while serving as the U.S. national-team coach. → Read More

Mariners drop series to Astros after losing 11-4 Wednesday

Seattle continued a rough and turbulent couple of days, losing 11-4 Wednesday afternoon to the Houston Astros in the deciding game of the three-game set at T-Mobile Park. → Read More

Washington men’s crew wins national title, overall points crown

The Huskies win the title for the first time since 2015, and they do it by beating rival California for the third time this month. → Read More

UW adds former Cal men’s basketball coach Wyking Jones to Mike Hopkins’ staff

Wyking Jones coached two seasons at California after serving as an assistant coach for many successful teams. → Read More

Macklemore’s obsession with golf is leading him to try to shake up the sport

Macklemore, who just launched a golf clothing line, is close to his goal of having a single-digit handicap after playing for less than 2 1/2 years. → Read More

Mariners having three coaches work remotely this season

Hitting coach Tim Laker, first base/infield coach Perry Hill and bullpen coach Brian De Lunas will be working remotely during summer camp and the duration of the season. → Read More

XFL Seattle Dragons player tests positive for the novel coronavirus

The league said the unidentified player competed in Saturday's game against the Houston Roughnecks and that he was "asymptomatic at that time." → Read More

Dragons pull off second-half rally to beat Vipers for first XFL win in home opener

A defensive touchdown and a goal-line stand help the Dragons win 17-9. → Read More

Tennis icon Serena Williams to play for U.S. in Fed Cup event in Everett

Here's how to see Serena Williams, the biggest name in women's tennis by far, in a two-day, best-of-five match competition without traveling too far — all for $30. → Read More

Here’s a look back at the top 10 moments in Seattle sports this decade

The decade was full of big stories in Seattle sports, and we have come up with our top 10. As with any list, you can quibble with the selections, but that's half the fun because there are no right or... → Read More

After promising start, it’s the same old Apple Cup story for the Cougars in crushing loss to Washington

It looked like this year might be different for the WSU Cougars, until it wasn't. → Read More

Who has the edge in the 111th Apple Cup: UW Huskies or WSU Cougars?

On paper, this Apple Cup looks to be a pretty even matchup, with WSU getting the edge on offense and UW on defense. → Read More

WSU Cougars host Oregon State, with the winner becoming bowl eligible

Both teams are coming off big victories to get to 5-5 on the season. The Cougars pounded Stanford 49-22 and Oregon State defeated Arizona State 35-34, continuing a season of... → Read More