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Tri City Thunder Track and Field Club gaining stature, exposure

Club qualifies 14 athletes for national meet in Sacramento

Thunder’s membership hits 180 this season

Head coach is hoping to increase fundraising efforts

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Local briefs: Greater Richland 10U moves on to state final

Big defensive plays, clutch relief pitching and hitting in key spots led the Greater Richland Little League 10U All-Stars to a 9-4, eight-inning, comeback win over Mercer Island Saturday in state semifinal action. Shayla Currin of Dayton contended with the nation’s best Saturday morning at the National High School Finals Rodeo finishing the 12th and final performance in a tie for fifth in the All-Around Cowgirl standings. In the PNGA Amateur Championship finals, University of Washington freshman Carl Yuan beat Ephrata native Andrew Whalen, and Princess Superal of Sun City, Calif., topped Victoria’s Naomi Ko.

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Baseball Capsules

With ace Chris Sale scratched following a clubhouse incident, the White Sox used six pitchers Saturday night before their game against the Detroit Tigers was suspended by rain after eight innings tied at 3.

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MLS Capsules

Victor Ulloa scored the tying goal on a long-distance shot and FC Dallas held on for a 1-1 draw with the Colorado Rapids on Saturday night in a matchup of the top two teams in the overall MLS standings.

Videos

Tri City Thunder track and field athletes Q&A

Alaina Morgan, 12, and Lorelai Sorenson, 11, talk about qualifying for nationals and what events they would like to try.
Katie Dorsey Tri-City Herald
Tri City Thunder track and field athletes Q&A 2:21

Tri City Thunder track and field athletes Q&A

From Washington state to Cornelius: Race car driver Jessica Dana 1:22

From Washington state to Cornelius: Race car driver Jessica Dana

Kennewick family is a force in strongman competitions. 1:39

Kennewick family is a force in strongman competitions.

Kennewick Strongman couple preparing for worlds 1:03

Kennewick Strongman couple preparing for worlds