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TIn their first year as a member of the American West Football Conference, the Rush aren't just playing in the championship, they’re hosting it.
Coming toward the final stretch of the season, the Tri-City Americans (29-36-0-3, 61 pts) came up short of earning a valuable two points, falling to the Spokane Chiefs (34-29-3-1, 72 pts) 5-2 in front of 8,721 at Spokane Arena on Saturday night.
After handing the Kelowna Rockets (22-2-3-0, 47 pts) its first regulation loss at the Toyota Center more than a month ago, the Rockets returned and handed the Tri-City Americans (14-11-0-0, 28 pts) a 4-1 loss in front of 3,321 fans on Wednesday night.
There is only one team on top of the U.S. Division after Friday night, and that team is the Tri-City Americans (7-4-0-0, 14 pts). Vladislav Lukin scored the winner in a shootout as the Americans defeated the Everett Silvertips (5-0-2-1, 13 pts) 5-4 in front of 3,403 at the Toyota Center.
The Tri-City Dust Devils and Salem-Keizer Volcanoes battled it out for 13 innings in front of a big crowd of 2,303 fans who saw the Dust Devils win 4-3 Thursday night at Gesa Stadium.
The Tri-City Dust Devils struggled to plate runs Tuesday night at Gesa Stadium, dropping the series opener against the Spokane Indians 7-2.
One big inning doomed the Tri-City Dust Devils Tuesday night, as they dropped the series opener with the Everett AquaSox 5-2.
The Tri-City Dust Devils came away with their second straight one-run victory, defeating the Vancouver Canadians 4-3 on Sunday night. Alec Mehrten came through at the plate for Tri-City, driving home three of the team's four runs. The win clinched the victory for the Dust Devils in the opening series of the season.
Kennewick, WA- With both teams in a tight playoff race, it was only fitting for the game to come down to the wire.
Colin Jacobs scored the game winning goal in a shootout, lifting the Prince George Cougars (21-38-2-6, 50 pts) to a 3-2 shootout win over the Tri-City Americans (40-24-1-3, 84 pts) in front of 5,739 at the Toyota Center.