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Jeff Bernard will be happy to take any spot in the finals – as long as it’s not fifth place.
They dreamed big. But Chuck and Elena Stowell never imagined things would snowball quite like they have. Or in such magical fashion. The couple’s only daughter, Carly, a Kentlake High School student-athlete, died on April 12, 2007 of an acute cardiac arrhythmia.
Boeing, Microsoft, Starbucks, grunge rock, and the Space Needle got some fast company this past weekend. National Hot Rod Association headliner Tony Schumacher painted himself into the Puget Sound mural along with those local icons.
Malia Arrant was in Colorado with her Dosveedanya girls soccer team when the phone call came: Would her squad like to fill a suddenly-open spot in the U.S. Club Soccer regional tournament?
Rui Li, who stars for the Kentwood High golf team, won the girls 16-17 age division with a 1-under-par 71 in the final Washington Junior Golf Association District Six sub-district tournament last Monday at Lipoma Firs Golf Course in Puyallup.
To those standing in his corner, Grant Higa is larger than life. The Maple Valley native and professional strongman is only 5-foot-8 in a field of towering competitors. But Higa isn’t fazed by the opposition — as long as his family joins him on the sidelines. “The best feeling in the world is hearing my wife and daughter cheering me on. It’s the greatest,” said Higa, who competes in the heavyweight division.
• EVENT: 21st Annual Schuck’s Auto Supply NHRA Nationals, the 14th of 23 events on the NHRA Powerade Drag Racing Series.
Gary Densham says one of the three biggest days of the year in the Northwest – along with Seafair weekend – is when the NHRA comes to Pacific Raceways.
Kent Hagen, a golf standout at Kentwood High School, and Lauren Sewell, who stars for Kentridge, won their respective 16-17 age divisions of last week’s Washington Junior Golf Association District 6 sub-district tournament at Auburn Golf Course.
A look at sports action on Northwest airwaves, starting July 9.
Sarah Stockwell fell short of one goal, but easily achieved another one during the United States Olympic swim trials last week in Omaha, Neb.
It was one of those moments everyone has. That moment when an idea clicks, the mental light globe goes on, and you hear yourself saying, “Now why didn’t I think of that before?” For Kent’s Jerry Schmidt, it might not have been precisely that way back in 1983. But it sure was close. The then-46-year-old Schmidt was getting up and going for a run in the early-morning darkness. That was his daily exercise before heading off to work at Boeing’s Plant 2 in South Seattle.
Lauren Campbell delivered the look.
Campy Campolo doesn’t always have the best view of the football action. By design, someone’s often right in her way.
The second annual Kentlake Baseball Summer Camp is being offered for kids between the ages of 7 and 12 and will be held from July 25-27. Kids between age 7 and 9 will work out from 9 a.m. until noon. Kids between 10 and 12 will work out from 1 to 4 p.m.
Work ethic and desire have never been a problem for Danny Meier. The issue with him was size – the thing that college and professional baseball scouts long for when assessing a kid’s future potential. And when Meier graduated from Tahoma High in 2004 – all 6 feet and roughly 170 pounds of him — it was something he lacked. So much, in fact, that few schools, other than a couple local community colleges, even gave him a second look.
When you’re hot you’re hot.
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