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THE SEATTLE TIMES Sports Digest

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Oak Harbor will take second in WesCo 3A North to honor Marysville-Pilchuck

Oak Harbor announced early Friday evening that it would take second place in the Wesco 3A North division, giving up the league title to Marysville-Pilchuck following the fatal events that took place at Pilchuck earlier in the day.

Bryan Walters to miss Seahawks-Panthers game due to concussion

After one of the toughest games in a long time for the usually reliable Seahawks special-teams unit comes another challenge — the loss of returner Bryan Walters due to a concussion.

Rewind: Friday's Sounders FC chat

Joe Maddon opts out of his contract as manager of Tampa Bay Rays

After discussions on a new deal with the Tampa Bay Rays bogged down, manager Joe Maddon exercised an opt-out clause in his contract. He guided the low-payroll Rays to the playoffs four times in his nine seasons. (Fri. 10/24)

Offenses likely to light it up as Arizona visits Cougars

Two of the game’s most up-tempo offenses will try and pack as many plays as possible into four quarters of football Saturday at Martin Stadium. The Wildcats average 87.8 offensive plays per game. The Cougars nearly keep pace with the Wildcats, averaging 81.6 offensive plays per game. (Fri. 10/24)

Federal Way 35, Beamer 7

Chico McClatcher scores three touchdowns as Federal Way wins the SPSL 4A Northwest title. (Fri. 10/24)

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