Browning Has 5 Total TDS As Washington Routs Arizona 49-3

SEATTLE (AP) - Jake Browning passed for four touchdowns and added a fifth by running as he led the Huskies to a 49-3 rout of Arizona.

Browning was nearly flawless in leading the Huskies Saturday night to their most lopsided conference victory since a 59-7 win over Colorado in 2013.

Browning threw three first-half touchdowns as the Huskies (4-4, 2-3 Pac-12) built a 21-3 lead and added a 31-yard TD strike to Dante Pettis on the opening possession of the second half. Browning capped his night with his first career touchdown rushing to give the Huskies a 35-3 lead.

Browning finished 16 of 24 passing for 263 yards. He joined Jake Locker, Keith Price, Brock Huard and Cody Pickett as the only Washington QBs with at least four touchdown passes in a game since 1996.

November 1, 2015

Cougars Come Up Just Short Versus No. 8 Stanford

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Washington State kicker Erik Powell finally missed on his sixth kick of the game, going wide right on a 43-yarder as time expired to allow No. 8 Stanford to escape with a 30-28 win on Saturday night.

Powell tied Drew Dunning's 2003 school record with five field goals despite rainy, windy conditions, but pulled the last one wide.

Conrad Ukropina kicked a 19-yard field goal with 1:54 left to put Stanford ahead.

Quarterback Kevin Hogan ran for 112 yards and two touchdowns for Stanford (7-1, 6-0 Pac-12), which is the only undefeated team in Pac-12 play.

Washington State (5-3, 3-2) had a three-game winning streak snapped.

Washington State came back with an 81-yard drive that ended with Falk hitting River Cracraft for a 1-yard touchdown pass. Falk's conversion pass failed and the Cougars led 28-27.

After Ukropina's kick, Washington State marched to the Stanford 29 and Powell hooked his attempt wide.

The Cardinal have won seven straight over the Cougars.

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November 1, 2015

High School Football Scores

Gig Harbor 58, Bellarmine Prep 28
Olympia 35, Yelm 9
Timberline 38, South Kitsap 14
Capital 31, Shelton 0
Lincoln 58, Foss 13
North Thurston 28, Mt. Tahoma 0
Wilson 16, Central Kitsap 9
Black Hills 41, Centralia 28
Tumwater 49, W.F. West 21
Hoquiam 35, Aberdeen 0
Montesano 42, Elma 7
Tenino 47, Rochester 13

Information from the - October 31, 2015

Tom Allison, Jeff Kingston, Lee Macphail Promoted; Joe Bohringer Added As Special Assistant To The Gm

mariners 8Seattle, Wash. – seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager Of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today the addition of a special assistant and new titles and responsibilities in the mariners baseball operations department. 

Jeff Kingston has been promoted to Vice President & Assistant General Manager, Baseball Operations. He will assist Dipoto in all aspects of the Mariners baseball operations and takes on additional responsibilities overseeing the Player Development department. Kingston was hired by Seattle on Sept. 17, 2009 as the Assistant General Manager, a position he has held the past six years. Prior to joining Seattle, Jeff served variously as Assistant to the Director of Player Development and Director of Baseball Operations with the San Diego Padres from 2001 until being hired by the Mariners.


Tom Allison has been promoted to Vice President, Player Personnel. In his expanded role, Tom will oversee all aspects of the Mariners scouting operation. Seattle’s Amateur, Professional and International Scouting will all report to Tom. Allison, who joined the team September 26, 2012, has over 20 years of professional scouting experience. He was previously the Mariners Director of Professional Scouting. Prior to joining Seattle, Tom worked in various scouting capacities with the New York Mets (1995-99), Milwaukee Brewers (2000-06) and Arizona Diamondbacks (2007-2010) and the Boston Red Sox (2011-2012).  

Lee MacPhail IV has been promoted to Director of Professional Scouting, filling the spot previously held by Tom Allison. Lee joined Seattle as a Major League scout in November 2012. He previously worked with the Baltimore Orioles (2007-12), Minnesota Twins (2006-07), Washington Nationals (2002-06), Twins (1998-2002), Cleveland Indians (1996-98), Texas Rangers (1995-96) and Baltimore Orioles (1991-95).

MacPhail (Director of Professional Scouting), Tom McNamara (who will continue in his role as Director of Amateur Scouting) and Tim Kissner (who will continue in his role as Director of International Scouting) will all report directly to Tom Allison.

In addition, Joe Bohringer has been named Special Assistant to the General Manager after spending the previous four seasons as the Chicago Cubs Director of Professional Scouting. He served as a pro scout for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2006-11) where he evaluated professional players at all levels and assisted with crosschecking amateur players for the Arizona drafts in 2009 & 2010. He previously spent five seasons as an area scouting supervisor for the Seattle Mariners from 2002-06, first in California and then in the upper Midwest. Before beginning his scouting career, he spent three seasons as senior manager of player development for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1998-2001). He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1993 with a business degree from MIT’s Sloan School of Management and soon began his baseball career with internships with the New York Yankees and Pittsburgh Pirates while a student at MIT.


For more information, please contact the Seattle Mariners baseball information department at (206) 346-4000. 

More information on Seattle’s roster is also available online at All Mariners news releases, game notes, statistics and multimedia files are also available by visiting the Mariners Virtual Press Box at  


KMAS Newsradio - October 30, 2015

Capital @ Shelton Friday

sheltoncapitalShelton Highclimbers welcome the Capital Cougars to Highclimber Stadium Friday night.  This is a big game for Shelton with playoff implications.  Listen to the game on KMAS this Friday, 1030am/103.3fm and streamed around the world on  Pregame at 6:45, kickoff at 7pm with Brandon Sparks and John McGlamery