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Tahoma baseball coach Russ Hayden heard the story.
When the boys soccer season started, the Kentwood Conquerors were considered just one of the teams in the chase.
PREPS OF THE WEEK
Coming off an unforgettable record-breaking season, Doris Harwood refuses to bask in the splendid spotlight.
Schedule – 91-day meeting begins Friday and concludes Sunday, Sept. 28.
Tahoma’s Thomas Hammett thought his coach was joking.
When the girls tennis season started a month ago, the Tahoma Bears barely registered even a blip on the radar screen of most coaches.
The Kentwood fastpitch team needed a bounce-back win Tuesday afternoon.
For the boys on the Tahoma High soccer team, it’s not so much a matter of wanting to turn back the clock.
Felecia Harris showed that she’s just as deadly with her powerful bat as she is with her golden right arm.
The early calculations didn’t add up.
‘On the side’ is a mid-week glance at the week’s top ticket, streaks, numbers and miscellaneous sports rumblings involving Covington and Maple Valley.
The wait is nearly over for Shane Simmons.
Chris Marangon heard the talk.
They’d been waiting for this match-up all season. Matter of fact, the Kentwood Conquerors even waited almost an extra month for it.
Four athletes in four different sports at Kentwood High have signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers in college.
Sometimes, things have a way of falling into place no matter how muddled they seem.
The race for the South Puget Sound League North Division fastpitch playoffs turned into a battle of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for Kentlake, Kentwood and Kentridge on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.