Hear It Now
We re-cap the weekend in sports with Seen…Heard…Said
Bellingham Bells bench coach Dane Siegfried joins us to talk about the Bells success this season and an upcoming skills camp.
The Seahawks (well, just one) were in town for a kids clinic and our own Tysen Allumbaugh caught up with running back Demitrius Bronson. We also share great news, the Hawks will be back in town on Saturday!
The Cal Ripken 12U state tournament is underway in Ferndale and tournament director John Sandstrom joins us to talk about the great event that got underway today.
Kevin Beason from Bring Back WWU Football comes on for a Viking football story (or two) and to look ahead to their annual golf tournament at Avalon tomorrow.
¾ of the KPUG gathers for another edition of Good Question!
As we sign on we learn that A.J. LaBree has resigned as Sehome boys basketball coach. He joins us to tell us why he resigned, what is next and his feelings about resigning.
Ryan Divish from the Seattle Times joins to look back at Mariner pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma returning to the mound, the state of team and if the Mariners have any hope left for this season.
Jeff Flynt from WTAQ radio in Green Bay comes on to talk about the Seattle connection to the Milwaukee Bucks and their possible new arena (hint: it’s not good news).
Sehome athletic director Colin Cushman comes on to give us his reaction to boys basketball coach A.J. LaBree’s departure. When did he find out? What are they looking for in their next coach?