Mariners' Cano Breaks Toe In Japan, Out 3-4 Weeks

cano marinersMariners second baseman Robinson Cano is expected to miss 3-4 weeks after breaking a toe during the Major League Baseball All-Stars tour of Japan. Seattle said Saturday that Cano will not need a cast and the injury will heal with rest. Cano was hit in the right foot by the second pitch of his seventh-inning at bat vs. Samurai Japan pitcher Yuki Nishi. Cano left the game, and x-rays revealed a non-displaced fracture of his right small toe. Mariners Senior Director of Athletic Training Rick Griffin spoke with Cano, who reported no pain. Cano should be able to resume baseball activities in mid-December. Cano will not participate in the remainder of the Japan All-Star Series. Cano signed a $240 million, 10-year contract with the Mariners before last season. SEATTLE (AP) – November 17, 2014

Black Hills Speedster To BYU

tarrowA.G. West Black Hills’ softball player Lexi Tarrow signed her Letter of Intent to play at Brigham Young University (BYU) during a ceremony November 14 at noon at the local high school. The two year All-Area and All-League 2A Evergreen Conference player is slotted to play outfield for the BYU Cougars, who have won six straight conference championships and made nine straight NCAA Softball Championship tournament appearances.

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Seattle Hires Hendrickson As Coach Of USL Team

SoundersS2Former MLS player and current Seattle Sounders assistant coach Ezra Hendrickson has been named the first head coach of Sounders 2, the club's USL PRO franchise that will begin in 2015. Hendrickson has been an assistant to coach Sigi Schmid since the club's inception in 2009. Hendrickson spent 14 seasons playing professionally, including 12 in MLS.

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H.S. Coaches of the Week

football highschoolThe Seattle Seahawks announced today Bothell High School's Tom Bainter and Tumwater High School's Sid Otton as the week 10 "NFL High School Coaches of the Week" presented by Washington Army National Guard.  Last Friday, Bainter's Bothell Cougars defeated the Bethel Braves, 56-7, to improve to 10-0. The no. 2 ranked Cougars takes on the Eastlake Wolves this Friday in the 4A state playoffs.

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Washington Signs 6 In 2015 Recruiting Class

HuskiesWashington signed six recruits for 2015, led by in-state star Dejounte Murray and power forward Marquese Chriss. The recruiting class announced by coach Lorenzo Romar on Wednesday is ranked among the top 10 in the country by various outlets making it the highest-ranked group of recruits in Romar's tenure. Murray, a 6-foot-5 guard from Seattle's Rainier Beach High, is the star of the class as the top-ranked player in the state. Not far behind is Chriss, a 6-8 forward out of Pleasant Grove High in California.

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