Sounders Rally For 2-2 Tie With LA Galaxy

Clint Dempsey and Lamar Neagle scored in the second half, rallying the Seattle Sounders to a 2-2 tie with the LA Galaxy on Sunday night. Baggio Husidic and Marcelo Sarvas scored for the Galaxy, but the Sounders' comeback means the Supporters' Shield will be awarded after Saturday's season finale between the clubs in Seattle. The clubs are even atop the MLS standings with 61 points. The Sounders hold the tiebreaker, and can claim their first MLS regular-season title with a win or tie. Husidic scored in first-half injury time and Sarvas added a goal early in the second half, but Dempsey and Neagle connected three minutes apart. The Galaxy spent the evening honoring Landon Donovan, the MLS career scoring leader and five-time champion who will retire after the season. CARSON, Calif. (AP) – October 20, 2014

No. 9 Oregon Defeats Washington 45-20

While Oregon's coaches believe something has clicked for Royce Freeman in the past two games, the Ducks' true freshman running back considers his recent success more a natural progression. Freeman ran for 169 yards and four touchdowns on Saturday night as No. 9 Oregon extended its winning streak over Washington to 11 games with a 45-20 victory. The win also bumped Oregon's ranking up to No. 6. EUGENE, Ore. (AP) – October 20, 2014

High School Football Scores Week 7

North Thurston, 28, Shelton 14
Gig Harbor 45, Olympia 14
Black Hills 35, Kelso 10
River Ridge 59, Clover Park 0
Tumwater 55, West Valley (Yakima) 3
Bellarmine 20, Yelm 14
Timberline 31, Stadium 14
Capital 57, Mount Tahoma 0
Tenino 0, Eatonville 35

Which QB Will No. 20 Utah Choose For Oregon State?

footballcollegeThe big mystery for Thursday night's game between No. 20 Utah and Oregon State is who the Utes will start at quarterback. The depth chart lists Travis Wilson "or" Kendal Thompson, and earlier this week coach Kyle Whittingham wasn't giving away his choice. The 6-foot-7 Wilson has thrown for 788 yards and seven touchdowns this season, starting all five games for the Utes.

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Baldwin Says Postgame Comments Needed To Be Made

Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin says his heated postgame comments following the Seahawks' loss to Dallas were understood by his teammates and he "felt like it needed to be said." Baldwin spoke before Seattle's practice Wednesday, his first comments since the postgame rant following the 30-23 loss to the Cowboys. Baldwin said he had no regrets regarding his comments, but remained blunt in his assessment of how Seattle has played offensively. Baldwin said the Seahawks "played like crap," in their win over Washington and were bailed out by Russell Wilson's performance. Baldwin said he was frustrated there was no improvement from the win over Washington to the loss against Dallas. Seattle's offense finished with nine first downs and just 206 total yards last Sunday. RENTON, Wash. (AP) – October 16, 2014