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Brooke Wolfe, Staff Writer The Health Center, under new leadership, aims to continue protecting and providing for athletes throughout the spring. Coinciding with the American College of Sports Medicine requirements, the Health Center assures that students are ready for the rigorous competition of collegiate...

Sam Angel finished second in the state doubles competition while attending Hellgate HS. He also was an all-state tennis and soccer player. David Mair,...

Gonzaga plays in the West Coast Conference. The bulldogs have made the NCAA Tournament the last 15 straight years Steve McGrain, Sports Writer The idea...

The Seattle Mariners went 87-75 during the 2014 regular season. Austin Hilliker, Sports Editor It’s almost that time again. Sunflower seeds, hot dogs...

Emily Beemsterboer spent one year as tennis team captain and one as MVP at Yokota HS in Japan. Stephanie Compton, Guest Writer As sophomore Lute tennis...

First-year Jessica Alcomendas has a batting average of .286, going 4-14 so far this year. Christian Bond, Guest Writer A successful first attempt in sports...

Stephanie Compton, Guest Writer What would make someone leave the beautiful sandy beaches of Hawaii to come to rainy and cold Washington? The love of the...

David Mair, Staff Writer It was the third game of the 2015 season for the Pacific Lutheran University’s Softball Team, but for one first-year, it was...

Austin Hilliker, Sports Editor This year’s basketball season has been a wild one. Lebron James came home to Cleveland, James Harden has yet to shave...

Steven McGrain, Sports Writer When the Lutes’ ace scans her defense and climbs back to the top of the mound, she has the mentality of “I’m the Best.”...