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Chicago (0-3) was shut out for the first time since 2002 and the fourth time since 1990.
Kole Calhoun drove in the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning, and the surging Los Angeles Angels completed a sweep of the Seattle Mariners with their fifth consecutive victory overall, 3-2 Sunday.
Eagle quarterback Jordan West passed for an Eastern Washington school-record 491 yards and wide receiver Cooper Kupp set a Big Sky record with his 47th career touchdown catch.
Isaiah Harrington finished with 262 yards and four touchdowns in Bellingham's first win of the season.
Freese hit his third career walk-off homer in a regular-season game, connecting off Danny Farquhar. The former World Series MVP set off a wild celebration on an eventful night for the Angels, who stayed a half-game behind Houston for the second wild-card spot.
The Seattle Seahawks activated star safety Kam Chancellor and waived safety Dion Bailey on Saturday, a day before their home game against the Chicago Bears.
The Viking men's soccer team earns a GNAC win and both the men's and women's cross country squads won at the Saint Martin's University Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
Sonny Dykes and California improved to 4-0 for the first time since 2007. The Bears may find themselves back in the Top 25 next week for the first time since 2010 after winning on the road for the second straight week.
Angeles Angels surged within a half-game of playoff position with an 8-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night.
Check out all the scores from week four of the High School Football season.
Murdzia, who began his officiating career in 1969, will be honored at halftime of the Charles Wright/Bellingham game at Civic Stadium.
You can hear the Seahawks bears game Sunday on KPUG 1170AM. Coverage begins at 11AM with a 1:25pm kick-off.
Pete Carroll: "We're going to have to see how his timing is, making his tackles, all that kind of stuff."
Volleyball beats arch-rival Central in five-set thriller on the road
Lynden soccer shuts out city rival Lynden Christian
Blaine battles Sehome in the other radio game on KGMI & KGMI.com.
It's the Royals first division title since 1985, when they won the AL West en route to their only World Series championship.
Stewart said before the lottery that she looks forward to bringing a spark to whatever team she plays for next summer.
It's just the third time the brothers have had to play against each other in the regular season since the two entered the league — Martellus in 2008 and Michael in 2009.
The Bears are not expected to officially announce Clausen as the starting quarterback until Friday. But he is doing all the first-team work while Jay Cutler nurses a strained hamstring.