3A Soccer: Interlake defeats Lakeside in penalty kicks

Interlake junior goalie Sam Dawson saved the day, making two clutch blocks in a game that ultimately came down to a keeper’s nightmare — penalty kicks.

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Boys basketball: Garfield retires Brandon Roy’s number, beats Ballard 78-43

Junior Jaylen Nowell stole the spotlight on senior night Friday, scoring 23 points to help Garfield beat Ballard, 78-43, in a Metro League game. The Bulldogs (18-2) used sharp-shooting from beyond the arc to keep Ballard (6-14) at bay, knocking down 13 3-pointers.

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DubHacks: Remote cat feeders, disease detectors and other inventions at this 24-hour caffeine-fueled university hackathon

Hundreds of students and hackers from across the globe gathered at the University of Washington last weekend for the second annual DubHacks, one of the largest 24-hour collegiate hackathons in the Pacific Northwest.

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Who, exactly, hangs out at the Five Point Cafe at 2 a.m.?

The green neon sign facing Cedar Street at the northern reaches of Belltown sets the scene. “WE CHEAT TOURISTS-N-DRUNKS SINCE 1929,” it reads, and on this night—or early morning, rather—in late July, tourists and drunks are out in force, along with a healthy allotment of regulars. But the cheating, if there really is any, is out of sight at the Five Point Cafe, voted Best 24-Hour Eats by Seattle Weekly readers. While the vestige of Old Seattle serves drinks nd grub any time of day, it is in the witching hour that the true beneficiaries of its 24-hour status fill its booths. So that is when I arrive.

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