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Even before she smacked her first college tennis ball, Ariel Ohno had to deal with a curveball.
The Kent Ravens 6th grade boys team won the recent Moses Lake Shootout tournament, defeating Stanwood in the championship game, 45-36.
What to do on a rainy Sunday afternoon... For some active folks, the weather meant a trip to the Kent Valley Ice Centre, where they could spend an afternoon skating - or sliding - on the ice. The center is located at 6015 S. 240th St., Kent. To learn more about its activities, call 253-850-2400, or visit www.familynightout.com.
Jason Evans felt an unfamiliar rumbling in his stomach last Tuesday morning.
Anna McIntosh knows all about contending for a team tennis championship.
Didn’t take the Kent-Meridian Royals long to bounce right back.
Coming off an unforgettable record-breaking season, Doris Harwood refuses to bask in the splendid spotlight.
The diehard fan knows the name because it defines dependability.
Schedule – 91-day meeting begins Friday and concludes Sunday, Sept. 28.
Felecia Harris showed that she’s just as deadly with her powerful bat as she is with her golden right arm.
The race for the South Puget Sound League North Division baseball title became a bit clearer last week.
The accident crushed a limb, but not her spirit. Claimed a leg, but not her heart. Changed her life, but not her outlook.
The way Shane Simmons figures it, getting the call late is better than not getting it at all.
After a slow start to their boys soccer season, seems just about everyone had given up on the Tahoma Bears.
No more second. No more third.