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An unusual dry spell continues for the King County Jaguars.
The Weakend Warriors are just as strong as ever on the tennis court.
He’s a track junkie. One minute, he’s talking excitedly about his time in the spotlight as one of the nation’s premier jockeys. The next, with the speed of an auctioneer on a double-shot caffeine kick, he’s colorfully divulging how being a trainer gives him a rush like no other.
Enumerator fended off all challengers down the stretch for a 2 ¼-length victory Sunday in the $50,000 Strong Ruler Stakes for 2-year-old colts and geldings at Emerald Downs.
The first time Cindy Ross got the inkling to try scuba diving, she was told by someone of the male persuasion that she couldn’t do it.
In the workaday world, Ruta Biteman has done some heavy lifting as a caterer. Amy Weimar is all about precision with her various instruments as a dental hygienist. And Jaclynn Moergeli does double-duty, dealing the cards at an area casino while working toward her masters degree in counseling.
The Weakend Warriors are back on the tennis court.
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For Auburn’s Dave Villwock, it was the right place, the right time – and the right speed. For Kent’s Jeff Bernard, it was another trip to the finals, though not the results he enjoyed last month in Indiana. And for Brian Perkins of Kent, it just wasn’t the best of days on Lake Washington.
Malia Arrant and Jimmy Dunn agreed that the results weren’t exactly what they wanted.
There were no scorecard glitches this time.
Jeff Bernard will be happy to take any spot in the finals – as long as it’s not fifth place. Brian Perkins will be happy to take any spot in the finals – as long as his boat is running. Different perspectives, but the same goal for the two local drivers who gradually are making more waves on the unlimited hydroplane circuit.
Rui Li, who’ll be a junior at Kentwood High in the fall, shot a 5-over-par 76 on Wednesday, giving her a share of the lead in the girls 16-17 age division at the Washington Junior Golf Association tournament in Spokane.
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Name a city in the U.S. or abroad and, chances are, Toby Mollett probably has been there at some point.
The East County Blackshirts put the first 26 points of the game on the board on the way to a 26-7 victory against the King County Jaguars in a North American Football League game last Saturday at French Field.
The Dosveedanya 93 Red girls team from the Kent Youth Soccer Association gained a split of its first two games this past weekend at the U.S. Club Soccer National Cup tournament in Virginia Beach, Va.
Tom Zavada of Kent won the boys 14-15 age division, Kentridge High star Lauren Sewell took the 16-17 girls title, Kentwood’s Kent Hagen won the 16-17 boys, and Kent’s Catherina Li dominated the 12-13 girls in last week’s Washington Junior Golf Association district championship at The Classic Golf Club in Spanaway.
When the King County Jaguars return to French Field tonight to host the East County Blackshirts in a minor league football game, they’ll playing for more than just their third victory of the season.