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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
The game swung back and forth all night. But just when the Kentwood Conquerors needed it to swing back their way, it didn’t.
What a difference a week makes.
The Kentlake High baseball team made a promise before the season began to return to Safeco Field.
They were picked to finished fifth in the South Puget Sound League North Division, yet managed to advance to state for a third straight year.
Kentwood sophomore Rui Li went from the top to the bottom in less than an hour Wednesday afternoon at the Class 4A state high school golf tournament.
October shoulder surgery slowed Kentlake fastpitch ace Felecia Harris.
Falcons to play Snohomish at 7 p.m. Saturday night at Safeco Field for Class 4A title
The magic socks ran out of juice Saturday night for the Kentlake High baseball team.
Kentlake junior Zach Smith knows what it’s like to run, jump and be free again.
No matter the circumstances, Kentlake knew it faced adversity in the Class 4A state softball tournament last weekend at South End Recreation Area in Tacoma.
In terms of mileage, the Seattle Thunderbirds aren’t moving all that far from their current hockey homes in Seattle and Kirkland to their new one in Kent.