Here is the latest Washington, Oregon and Alaska sports news from The Associated Press
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Daniel Nava’s embarrassing moment turned into a double play during the Los Angeles Angels’ 4-4 tie with the Seattle Mariners yesterday. Nava had two hits and drove in a pair of runs. But he lost track of the outs in the top of the fifth inning, catching Kyle Seager’s fly ball for the second out and then throwing the ball into the stands. Stefen Romero was near second base on the play and was awarded third. He neglected to return to first, though, and was called out on an appeal play. Romero had three hits for the Mariners.
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — The Seattle Seahawks continued to address their offensive line by agreeing to a $6.25 million, two-year contract with J’Marcus Webb. The team announced the signing after Webb posted pictures from the Seahawks facility on social media and his representatives confirmed the deal. The Seahawks’ release listed Webb as a tackle.
SEATTLE (AP) — The Russian men’s national rowing team will replace the Cuban national team at the 2016 Windermere Cup rowing regatta. The Cambridge University women’s rowing club is filling the spot of the Cuban women. The University of Washington announced the change yesterday. The May 7 event marks the start of the boating season in the Puget Sound area.
LANE COUNTY, Ore. (AP) — Two former University of Oregon basketball players dismissed in 2014 as a result of rape allegations involving a freshman student are suing the university for $10 million each. The Oregonian reports the lawsuit was filed by Dominic Artis and Damyean Dotson in Lane County Circuit Court.
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