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Dunlap wins Boeing Classic in playoff

SNOQUALMIE, Wash. — Just when it seemed Scott Dunlap was going to cruise to victory in the final round of the Boeing Classic on Sunday, Mark Brooks’ late birdie binge forced Dunlap to work overtime.

Couples hopes for hometown win at Boeing Classic

SEATTLE — He might have been only half-serious, but before the 1998 PGA Championship at Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Seattle native Fred Couples said that if he won the event, he would retire.

Graham Trucking wins Seafair Cup for second straight year

SEATTLE — Hands on hips, lips pursed and his knuckles white around a water bottle, J. Michael Kelly didn’t look like a guy who had just finished first in the 2014 Albert Lee Seafair Cup.

Oberto gets quick repair, roars back to win Columbia Cup

KENNEWICK — There was a 4-foot hole in the front of the boat, on the left sponson. And there were less than two hours before the HAPO Columbia Cup hydroplane final.

Huskies trio out of US Women’s Amateur

DUPONT, Wash. — The three teammates like to do things together, from taking classes to just hanging out.

Three tied atop Sahalee Players after first two rounds

SAMMAMISH, Wash. — Three players took decidedly different routes to sharing the lead after 36 holes and the first day Monday of the Sahalee Players Championship at Sahalee Country Club.

Kiprono wins men’s Bloomsday race

SPOKANE — Former Bloomsday champion Allan Kiprono hung with the lead pack early in Sunday’s race and he followed a fellow Kenyan all the way to the base of Doomsday Hill.

Wacera outkicks ex-champ Chepkurui in women’s Bloomsday

SPOKANE — As the two Kenyans approached the finish line Sunday, both had the same thought.

48th Apple Cup to launch new Tri Track Series

YAKIMA — For Super Late Model racing in Central Washington, the new Tri Track Series seems like a win-win-win.

Volunteers for US Open at Chambers Bay pour in

SEATTLE — The national hype has begun for the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, and it took just 18 seconds.