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They had momentum. And a nice touch of confidence heading into last Friday night’s showdown at French Field against South Puget Sound League North Division power Federal Way.
Shutouts are beginning to pile up for Kentwood’s girls soccer team.
The Kentwood High football team entered last Thursday’s showdown against Auburn Riverside with a monkey on its back and a chip on its shoulders.
They have some big cross country shoes to fill at Tahoma High this fall. The shoes that left behind by now-graduated state-caliber runner Jono Lafler, who has gone on to Washington State University. Talented as they are, Kelton Sears and Casey Campbell both know that neither one can fill those shoes by himself.
Eastside lacrosse coaches Susan Haviland of Carnation and Vernon A. Smith of Maple Valley have recently been selected for 2008 induction into the Washington State Lacrosse Hall of Fame. The Eastside lacrosse icons, who have been instrumental in growing the sport in the state, join a class of five to enter the state’s lacrosse hall.
Former University of Washington golfer and current LPGA player Paige Mackenzie will host 13 of her tour friends in the inaugural Paige Mackenzie Charity Shootout Presented By Prudential Meridian Valley Real Estate.
CROSS COUNTRY: AT A GLANCE
Chelsea Bailey is a lot like J.J. Putz — only different. The Kentlake High sophomore swim star and the Seattle Mariners relief pitcher both missed some action in their respective sports this summer with a similar kind of injured muscle. But that’s where the similarities end.
Just three games into the football season, the Kentlake High football team is doing something it fell short of in previous years.
All the little things added up for the Tahoma High football team last Thursday night at French Field.
The South Puget Sound League North Division just got a whole lot tougher on the volleyball court.