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We are one week away from the Metro Basketball Tournament. All top three teams clinched their division (Seattle Prep- Metro Mountain, Rainier Beach- Metro Sound, and Franklin- Metro Valley Division). This week is by far the most intense and exciting part of the season. Teams like Ingraham, West Seattle and Bainbridge are all playing for a shot to participate in the Metro playoffs.
SEE MORE ABOUT THE METRO CONFERENCE AFTER THE JUMP!
Player of the Week: D.J. Fenner, Seattle Prep- Fenner scored 25 against Lakeside and scored a combined 41 points against Nathan Hale and Eastside last week. The Junior has not quite had the year many people expected, but is now finding his game and continuing where he left off from his freshmen year. Fenner is one of the most athletic players in state and is now an al-around threat because of his ability to shoot the basketball.
1. Rainier Beach (17-1) The Vikings had another strong week and remain undefeated in Metro play. ...
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Former Seattle Seahawks linebacker Lofa Tatupu sat out the entire season due to a knee injury, according to Jeff Fendotin of the National Football Post.
“It was just injury-related,” said Fendotin’s source. “He wasn’t 100 percent and didn’t feel he was ready to go.”
Tatupu plans on making a comeback in 2012 after rehabbing his knee and spending some quality time with...
In a division that is now under San Francisco’s reign, this offseason may make or break the Seahawks for the next handful of years. Only a little over a year ago, Marshawn Lynch made one of the most memorable NFL playoffs runs in history as the Seahawks knocked off the reigning Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. This year was ironically the same end of regular season result...
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If you didn’t watch the Pro Bowl like many people I know, I don’t blame you one bit. The game has turned into a softer version of the NBA All-Star game which is really an atrocity of an All-Star game.
The lineman didn’t rush, but instead played patty cake. The defense played 2 hand touch, at best, and let offensive players walk into the endzone.
For former Minnesota Vikings receiver, Sidney Rice, his first year with the Seattle Seahawks didn't go as anticipated. Playing only nine games in 2011, with less than 500 yards and only two touchdowns, many wondered if he was truly deserving of the five year, $41 Million contract he received from Seattle. Maybe more so, many found themselves relieved that the Vikings didn'...
Despite making his first trip to Hawaii, it's been a bittersweet and exhausting week for Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson.
Carolina Panthers altering their logoBy Scott Fowler, The Charlotte ObserverWhy do we care about the Panthers changing their logo for the first time in the team's 18-year history? Well, have been rumors the Panthers and Seahawks were the two teams that notified the league of looming changes, presumably to logo and uniform.In fact, the Seahawks uniforms will be changing.That has...
Cortez Kennedy's home resembles a museum devoted to his football career. His last Seattle Seahawks helmet is perched on a shelf, and his Miami degree -- the one he went back to finish at his own expense after leaving school early for the NFL -- is on the wall, not far from photos of him posing with two U.S.