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    Seattle T-Birds goalie Landon Bow on “Q It Up Sports”

    Fresh off their win in the Western Conference Finals, Seattle T-Birds goalie Landon Bow joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on Sunday night to recap the series and look ahead to the WHL Championship Series against the Brandon Wheat Kings. The T-Birds play Games 1 and 2 on the road next Friday and Saturday before hosting Games 3 and 4 at the Showare Center in Kent on May 10-11. Video interview above.

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    Commentary: Street vacation vote can make great local sports week even better

    From a local sports perspective at least – it was a “beautiful week in the neighborhood.” In fact, outside of football season, this was one of the best local sports weeks I can remember: The Mariners won their fifth straight series, the Sounders won, the Seahawks had one of their best drafts on paper under Pete Carroll and John Schneider, the Seattle T-Birds punched their ticket to the WHL Championship series for the first time in 19 years, the Seattle […]

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    Without U.S. Open to host, Chambers Bay Golf Academy provides opportunity for golfing public

    It was a scene at Chambers Bay we’ll never forget: The likes of Tiger….and Rory….and Jordan….all gearing up. But a year later, the grandstands are gone – leaving behind more than just U.S. Open memories. “Now, we have this huge practice center to ourselves with a lot more space,” said Ryan Young, Chambers Bay’s Director of Instruction. It’s a space now home to the Chambers Bay Golf Academy – whose setting isn’t lost on most of the junior golfers who […]

  • INDIANAPOLIS, IN - APRIL 05:  Breanna Stewart #30 and Moriah Jefferson #4 of the Connecticut Huskies celebrate during the trophy presentation after they defeated Syracuse Orange to win the championship game of the 2016 NCAA Women's Final Four Basketball Championship at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on April 5, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Connecticut won 82-51.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

    Storm top draft pick Breanna Stewart talks to Q It Up Sports

    SEATTLE – Earlier this month, the Seattle Storm made Breanna Stewart the first overall pick in the WNBA draft out of UConn. This weekend, she stopped by Q It Up Sports to talk to Aaron Levine.

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    Commentary: Another local champ deserves more love

    I’m putting my foot down tonight – because I’m sick of all the attention we’re giving the drama between Conor McGregor and the UFC, when there’s a local champion and future Hall of Famer continuing to win titles and getting no love. Demetrious Johnson defended his Flyweight Title last night for the eighth straight time. He’s won ten fights in a row. He’s from Parkland, Washington… He trains in Kirkland…and if he defends his belt two more times, he’ll tie […]

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    Former Sounder Pappa to miss match against Seattle

    Former Sounder Marco Pappa won’t get the chance to play against his former club this weekend. The Rapids announced that Pappa is out two to four weeks with an MCL sprain in his left knee, which means he’ll miss the Rapids’ game against the Sounders on Saturday on Q13 Fox. It’s a game that starts at 6pm locally, with the pregame show starting at 5:30pm. Pappa suffered the injury in a knee-on-knee collision in the 71st minute of Colorado’s 2-1 […]

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    Auburn baseball player sets a new trend for teammates: bowing to the field

    When Shiina Adachi first arrived for baseball tryouts, he caught his new teammates off-guard. “We’re like, why is he bowing” said Auburn’s Brandon Hazel. For the Japanese exchange student at Auburn High School, it was a gesture of gratitude for a game he’s played for the last nine years in his native country. “It’s for respect for everything – the field, the judgement, umpire,” Adachi said. “The kids saw it, and thought it was a great idea for them to […]

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    Commentary: Even if it doesn’t work, Browner’s return to Seahawks makes sense

    We start with the big news of the day: The Original Legion of Boom, reunited in Seattle, with the Seahawks signing Brandon Browner to a one-year deal. Fans have every right to be skeptical: They’re bringing back a cornerback who’s shown declining results the last couple years – and one who was flagged last year for the most penalties in a single-season since 2001. But we don’t know whether Browner’s struggles in New Orleans were a product of getting old […]

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    Sounders FC’s Jordan Morris uses soccer as platform to increase diabetes awareness

    He came crashing onto the national stage thanks to his success playing for the United States. Add winning the national championship and being named the best college player in the country and soon Jordan Morris is a household name. Signed with the Sounders in January, Morris knows people know his story – but it’s the untold one that he says is the most important. “I was diagnosed when I was nine,” Morris said. The 21-year-old striker is rather open about […]

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    Storm analyst Elise Woodward breaks down WNBA Draft on “Q It Up Sports”

    Seattle Storm color analyst Elise Woodward joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine on “Q It Up Sports” Sunday night to break down the Storm’s draft and prospects for the upcoming season. A majority of time was spent talking about UCONN forward, Breanna Stewart, the projected top pick in this year’s draft, which takes place in Connecticut on Thursday night.