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It was the third time this season the Falcons and Chargers met on hardwood.
Kentridge runs away from Kentlake, snags co-lead in NPSL Cascade Division
30 races worth $1,685,000 in purses
The WIAA released its first Ratings Percentage Index standings for boys and girls basketball.
Emerald Downs’ riding champions Gallyn Mitchell and Rocco Bowen flexed their muscles minutes apart Monday in California, registering upsets at Santa Anita Park and Golden… Continue reading
The Reporter is taking a look at the beginning of the 2016-2017 winter sports.
The Better Business Bureau warns fans to be careful of fake tickets and counterfeit merchandise
The Tahoma Bears gymnastics team went to a meet against the Ravens, Kentwood and Thomas Jefferson.
The Kentlake girls are undefeated and leading the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade division.
Auburn graduate, Covington resident named new coach of the Bears
Kent School District Athletic Director Dave Lutes will receive a National Federation of State High School Associations Citation.
The first season of high school sports is nearly over and a number of Kentwood, Kentlake and Tahoma student athletes were named to the North Puget Sound League Cascade division all-league teams.
710 ESPN and Kent School District present townhall
Opening night is Saturday, April 8 and closing day comes Sunday, Sept. 17
On Nov. 10 Kentwood senior cheerleader Alexia Thomas was named the CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week.
The swimmers from Tahoma, Kentlake and Kentwood competed in the 4A girls state swim meet Saturday at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Kentwood and Tahoma traveled to Kennewick to participate in the tournament
The Tahoma boys and girls cross country teams made the trip to the Sun Willows Golf Course Saturday to run in the 4A state cross country championship.
After heading to state as the No. 7 seed, the Conks lost 1-0 in the first round
Kentwood survives 5-game battle with Puyallup at home on Saturday to secure the West Central District’s No. 3 spot to the 4A state volleyball tournament.