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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.
Kentlake High School’s kids’ basketball camp is scheduled for June 24-27.
Kentwood sophomore Rui Li went from the top to the bottom in less than an hour Wednesday afternoon at the Class 4A state golf tournament in Bellingham.
They attend rival schools, but Kentridge’s Lauren Sewell and Kentwood’s Rui Li are anything but bitter foes.
Devin St. Clair jumped ship from the long jump because of a strained hip flexor almost two months ago. Now, his times are jumping off the page in his new events.
Zach Smith needed a second opinion.
State berth on line when longtime rivals meet for today’s showdown KW, Tahoma brace for rubber match
Tahoma vs. Kentwood. Kentwood vs. Tahoma. Here they go again.
The shoulder might not be healthy, but Kyle Conwell’s swing is working just fine.
The diehard fan knows the name because it defines dependability.
On an afternoon when she didn’t get the outcome that she wanted, Ingrid Bakke did get the attitude from her players that she needed.