When I moved up to the land of the long gray cloud in the early '80s, I had no idea what was really happening in the local sports scene. I had heard of the Sonics and Seahawks but not much else.
The Seahawks went 12-4 in my first year and I was promptly hooked into my new hometown teams. The trials and tribulations of the Seattle fan are well documented but I will never quit on these teams.
I plan on covering everything under the sun (well the gray skies and rain more often) in the Pacific Northwest. From the Seahawks to the Sounders, the Storm to the Mariners without forgetting the lesser known local things like Ironman Cour d'Alene and the Seattle Marathon, I'll be sure to give every sporting event its fair shake.
The Sounders' 1-1 tie was marred by inconsistent calls and unnecessary scuffles.
Seahawks and Storm get deals done with Leroy Hill and Lauren Jackson.
Seattle gets a point from the tie but they deserved to lose to Chicago.
The Mariners, Sounders and Seahawks are all in business this weekend.
The Seattle Storm go big in the draft while still hoping Lauren Jackson comes back.
The Sounders FC return home with a perfect record to face another team coming off a victory.
The Mariners show the good, the bad,- and the ugly in Minnesota.
They just keep winning.
The Sounders break out the road jerseys for the first time. Hope they fit.
The Mariners break camp and head north. Should they bother?
Unbeaten and keeping opponents goalless, Sounders FC are bringing winning back to Seattle.
Mississippi State bows down to Washington.
On Opening Night, the Sounders and their fans showed the world that Seattle is a soccer town.
Grab your scarf, the Sounders are back!
UW is going to the Big Dance. First up, Mississippi State