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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.
At the start of the school’s second decade, the Kentlake Falcons are making their first trip to the boys soccer playoffs.
Regardless of sport or gender, there hasn’t been a more successful team in the state the last several years than the Kent Crusaders girls rugby team.
Youth was served last Friday night at Kent Memorial Park.
‘On the side’ is a glance at the week’s top ticket, streaks, numbers and miscellaneous sports rumblings involving Covington and Maple Valley.
• WHO — The top 16 competitors in each event, including the top six from the North and South Divisions, and the next four best… Continue reading
Aaron Radford experienced an unusual sort of soccer triple crown last Friday night: a win, a loss, and a tie.
The hottest area team heading into the South Puget Sound League boys soccer playoffs is the same team that spent most of the season just trying to get into the playoffs.
A week ago, the race for the South Puget Sound League North Division playoffs remained muddled.
Kendall Bielinski and Kelsey Hurter were convinced they could be a solid doubles team.
The Tahoma Bears didn’t start out exactly how they would’ve liked Saturday in the West Central District tournament at Tacoma’s Heidelberg Park.
All hail the South.
Catch him if you can