Here in the Bay Area, like most major metropolitan areas, our baseball teams are off away for Spring Training preparing for their summer seasons. You don’t need to be an athlete, however, to prepare for your summer whether you’re planning to be out on the beach in Santa Cruz, cruising the Delta, hitting up pool parties or dropping by a few of the neighboring lakes and rivers. March 20th is the official first day of spring, so let’s get going!
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Among the other important modifications, the guys at G-Power first dressed (up) the boot lid and the hood of the car in carbon fiber, sealing it with a front bumper spoiler, then provided this beauty with 20 in wheels offered by Silverstone Diamonds and an adjustable suspension provided by APR STAGE 2.
Sounders FC is unbeaten (4-0-1) in its five midweek matches to date. Seattle opened its inaugural season by beating New York, 3-0, on Thursday, March 19. Seattle has since won a pair of Tuesday night games in U.S. Open Cup Play-Ins, defeating both Real Salt Lake, 4-1, and Colorado, 1-0. Both were played at Starfire. The sole blemish was a 3-3 draw with D.C. United at home on June 17. Last Wednesday in Portland, Seattle won its third-round U.S. Open Cup game, 2-1, over the USL-1 Timbers.
The winner of Tuesday’s Seattle-Kansas City game advances to the semifinal round of the Open Cup on July 21. If Sounders FC prevails, it will host either Houston or the Charleston Battery of USL-1 at Starfire. The Wizards are the only team to defeat Sounders FC at home. They edged a shorthanded Seattle squad, 1-0, on April 11.
Gymnastics: The number 2 team in the nation will host BYU Friday night. The gymnastics team has looked very impressive scoring over 196 in both meets. The Red Rocks 197.400 against Utah State is the highest score for any team in the nation this season.
Mike Chabala also played his collegiate career at Washington, and Chabala assisted on the goal at Kansas City last week. Backup goalkeeper Tally Hall is a native of Gig Harbor. Danny Cruz of the Dynamo was a college teammate of Seattle’s Lamar Neagle at UNLV and Kei Kamara was a teammate of James Riley in San Jose in 2008.
Sam Houston State University student Liz Combs piloted her great horse Skeeter through the cloverleaf four times in 57.60 seconds to claim the National title in barrel racing. A native of Eltopia, Washington, Combs is a junior Animal Science major. Her horse, registerd with the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) as Bogies Lil Skeeter, is an eight year old grey gelding whose sire competed at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (WNFR) with Katie Garthwaite. Combs followed up her CNFR win with a fourth place finish at the pro rodeo in Prineville, Oregon; she is a rookie in the Women’s Pro Rodeo Association (WPRA).