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Indian Relay Racing set to return in early June

Emerald Downs offers some type of promotion for each of its 67 live racing days in 2018. It begins with a TV giveaway on opening… Continue reading

  • Apr 23, 2018

 

File photo of Jordan Fong. Photo by Rachel Ciampi

Outstanding teen moves onto Stanford

The Kentlake student has placed first in all three of the track events that she competes in, is a straight-A student and does community service in her spare time.

 

Gold Rush Dancer won last year’s Longacre Mile by four and three-quarter lengths, beating out Mach One Rules. Photo Courtesy of Phil Ziegier

Familiar names among expected stars at Emerald Downs

Each year at every track there’s new faces among the horse population with the potential to make an impact in different divisions. This season at… Continue reading

  • Apr 21, 2018

 

Falcons look to extend 10 game win streak

There’s a three-way tie for first place and all three teams are undefeated in league play. The Falcons, Bears and Chargers are currently tied for… Continue reading

Conks tie Royals 1-1 Tuesday

The Kentwood boys soccer team is 2-2-2 overall this season after tying Kent-Meridian Tuesday at home. The Royals came to Covington for the Conquerors fourth… Continue reading

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Bears off to early NPSL lead

The league undefeated Tahoma Bears softball team hosted Kentlake Tuesday. The Bears improved to 2-0 in league play after winning Tuesday’s game 10-4. Overall Tahoma… Continue reading

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Hazen beat Kentlake, fell to Tahoma | Girls Tennis

The Hazen Highlanders girls tennis team (1-2, 1-2) started the season with league games March 15 and 16. The girls lost the first 3-2 to… Continue reading

Falcons lose four in a row | Kentlake Softball

The Kentridge Chargers come to town today for a 4 p.m. game

Falcons start the season 2-0

The weather cooperated for a few days while the 2017-2018 baseball season got underway. The Kentlake Falcons started its season winning two in a row.… Continue reading

Previous World Cup playing field. Photo from Wikimedia Commons

Seattle’s World Cup bid gains county support

The council gave its unanimous support to the City of Seattle’s bid to be a host city of the 2026 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup.

  • Mar 10, 2018
Previous World Cup playing field. Photo from Wikimedia Commons

Going forward and finishing fourth

Kentridge girls take home state trophy

Falcons fall in second round of state

The Kentlake girls were outscored 26-0 in the second half Thursday

Falcons return to state tournament, Conks season ends

And then there was one. The Kentlake Falcons girls basketball team secured its spot back to the state tournament by beating Rogers 42-25 on Feb.… Continue reading

Steele Starren, a freshman from Tahoma wrestles Terrell Sanders from University High School, and wins the championship fro his 126 weight class. Photo by Rachel Ciampi

Local athletes compete, rank among best in state

For high school wrestlers, gymnasts and swimmers, the moment they had been waiting all season for arrived last Saturday. Local athletes from Tahoma, Kentlake and… Continue reading

Steele Starren, a freshman from Tahoma wrestles Terrell Sanders from University High School, and wins the championship fro his 126 weight class. Photo by Rachel Ciampi

Nine athletes sign letters of intent

A number of high school athletes nation wide signed their letters of intent Feb. 7 to play at the collegiate level. Among those athletes were… Continue reading

The following athletes are the Tahoma students that qualified for state.
                                Left to right: Elsie Rochleau, Hayley Rayburn, Emma Rochleau, Mira Kaufman and coaches left to right: Randi Schorzman, Erica Bonthuis. Submitted Photo

Bears, Conks and Falcons are going to state tournament

Each gymnastics team has a few athletes that will be competing in the state tournament this weekend.

The following athletes are the Tahoma students that qualified for state.
                                Left to right: Elsie Rochleau, Hayley Rayburn, Emma Rochleau, Mira Kaufman and coaches left to right: Randi Schorzman, Erica Bonthuis. Submitted Photo

Kentwood swimmer breaks school records

Swimming was never his plan from the beginning, but by the end of his senior year this Kentwood student has broken two school swim records.

NPSL football increases from two to three divisions

Come fall, change is coming to the gridiron. The North Puget Sound League 4A is splitting into three divisions rather than the two current divisions… Continue reading

Tahoma, Kentlake and Kentwood individuals will go to districts

The three teams competed against each other in a gymnastics meet during the sub-districts tournament.

Kentwood boys swim look ahead to state

This past weekend at the Curtis Aquatic Center the Kentwood High School Boys Swim Team competed at the West Central District III swim meet.

  • Feb 7, 2018