• Monday, June 2, 2008 12:22pm
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• Grade: Sophomore.

• Sport: Baseball.

• Accomplishments: Christie pitched a complete-game two-hitter, and helped his own cause with a double and an RBI as the Falcons beat Decatur on March 26 in an SPSL North game, 5-2.

• Favorite class: Accounting.

•If you could invite anyone in the world to dinner, whom would you invite, and what would you serve?: I would invite Dontrelle Willis, and would serve steak, mashed potatoes and cake.

• Also: Christie is a member of the Honor Society, and has been to Japan to play baseball.



• Grade: Junior.

• Sport: Softball.

• Accomplishments: Reese-White struck out 12 batters in a complete-game performance in the pitcher’s circle on March 25 as the Bears beat Kent-Meridian in a five-inning SPSL North game, 13-1.

• Favorite class: Weight training, and chemistry.

• If you could invite anyone in the world to dinner, whom would you invite, and what would you serve?: I would invite Will Ferrell because he is really funny, and would serve Italian food.

• Also: Reese-White has a 3.875 grade-point average, has been on the honor roll throughout high school, is a member of the National Honor Society. She has survived a disease known as Wegener’s Granulomatosis and plans to attend Seattle Pacific University and become a P.E. teacher.



• Grade: Sophomore.

• Sport: Soccer.

• Accomplishments: Wright scored Kentlake’s last four goals, all of them during a 20-minute span that bridged the first and second halves as the Falcons rolled past Federal Way on March 28 in an SPSL North Division game, 5-1.

• Favorite class: English with Mrs. Cressey.

• If you could invite anyone in the world to dinner, whom would you invite, and what would you serve?: I would invite my soccer coach, Kyle Jones, and would serve ribeye steak and dunginess crab.

• Also: Wright has a 3.0 grade-point average, and plays FIFA with his teammates before games.

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