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A 2-0 win gives the Conks the eighth seed in the district tournament
Stamper finished sixth in the All-City and has improved his time by over a minute.
The deal is five years, $136 million with Minnesota after a great 2022-23 season.
Mila has ran state qualifying time earlier this season.
In the first ever All-city match, Angad was a medalist for the Chargers.
Snyder’s swim expirence helps bolster the team’s depth.
As we inch closer to the end of the fall season, every game, meet and match grow in intensity. The Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center hosted the All-City meet between all four Federal Way schools. We talked to one swimmer from each school in Federal Way and got their own unique perspective on the meet. We then traveled to the brand-new Federal Way Memorial Field where Todd Beamer hosted Thomas Jefferson in girls’ soccer. Todd Beamer then hosted Auburn High School on the gridiron in a crucial 3A NPSL matchup that went the way of the Trojans, who remain undefeated in league play. And finally, we cap off this episode with Hazen ending a 10-game, 20-year losing streak to Liberty on the road.
Emery is a hard worker and a great teammate.
The junior leads Kent-Meridian in three statistical categories this year.
In this episode we look at the Kentwood vs. Kentridge soccer rivalry, which resulted in a draw. We look inside at Renton High School volleyball program and see how their coach looks at the season after a 3-1 loss to Tyee. Federal Way High School football gets back on track with a big win over Mount Rainier, and Auburn Mountainview survives against Todd Beamer on the gridiron.
Eight of the games will be against WHL rival Portland Winterhawks
It is the fourth time since 2017 the two sides have tied in 10 games.
Kentlake volleyball’s hot start has cooled off after a straight set defeat to Auburn Riverside on Oct. 5 on the road. “All we have been… Continue reading
Auburn Riverside has great week, TJ tennis guarantees league split | Around the Sound Sports podcast
In this episode, lots of tightly contested teams went at it from the Week of Oct. 2-6. Lindbergh High School girls soccer took down Renton 2-0. Thomas Jefferson boys tennis took down Auburn Riverside to potentially split the 2023 league championship. But Raven freshman Jeremy Yang won his match to remain undefeated this season. Auburn Riverside volleyball remains unbeaten in league with a straight set victory over Kentlake. The final leg of this Auburn Riverside heavy episode looks at Raven football, who won big over Todd Beamer 54-14.
Sports reporter Ben Ray chats with coaches and players on recent high school matchups in South King County.
Cross has gotten Renton to a 3-1 record and second in KingCo 2A.
For the first time in over eight years, KM scores over 60 points in a game.
Girls soccer team off to its best start since 2019
Sam Popowich scores winning goal with 33 seconds left in 3-2 victory
Many top players are gone but others ready to step up; 7 players taken in NHL Draft