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For nine straight years, the Taylor Trophy has been out of the Auburn High display case only long enough to be carted to the annual football game between the Trojans and Kent-Meridian.
The South Puget Sound League North Division just got a whole lot tougher on the volleyball court.
VOLLEYBALL: AT A GLANCE
From the Kentwood Conquerors’ point of view, there were no surprises about what Auburn did on the football field last Friday night.
BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF: AT A GLANCE
Kentridge boys golf coach Mark Champoux saw it coming. Inch by inch. Pound by pound. Yard by yard.
Changes are afoot. And for the girls soccer teams that now comprise the re-shuffled South Puget Sound League North Division, the numbers can be both daunting and inspiring at the same time.
GIRLS SOCCER: AT A GLANCE
For a football program that prides itself on success, the Kentwood Conquerors entered the new season Saturday at Qwest Field with more than their usual share of question marks.
The Seattle Thunderbirds are now selling single-game tickets to the eight games the team will play at KeyArena this season.
Preseason talk on the Tahoma football field centered around returning to tradition.
They put a perfect record into the books last season, and seem confident they can do it again. That part about the Kentridge High boys tennis team remains to be seen. But this part seems clear: The road to the South Puget Sound League North Division title definitely runs through KR’s courts.
• Favorite – Kentridge.
Alex Ferguson knew right away it was bad. He also knew that his football season likely was over even before last September was.
• Coach: Marty Osborn, 18th season.
They came a long way last year. No more the soft spot on everyone’s football schedule, the Kent-Meridian Royals instead became a formidable roadblock. Still, they were far from satisfied.
The 32nd Gay Softball World Series will play its championship games today at Russell Road Park in Kent.