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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.
Sometimes, things have a way of falling into place no matter how muddled they seem.
The race for the South Puget Sound League North Division fastpitch playoffs turned into a battle of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for Kentlake, Kentwood and Kentridge on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.
It’s the sort of thing most parents would frown on: kids talking on the phone way too late.
Wrestling and pole vault?
Tahoma vs. Kentwood. Kentwood vs. Tahoma.
WEST CENTRAL DISTRICT BASEBALL
Regular season or postseason.
They’re no longer just two talented tennis-types playing as a doubles team.
All hail the South.
They attend rival schools, but Kentridge’s Lauren Sewell and Kentwood’s Rui Li are anything but bitter foes.
The game swung back and forth all night. But just when the Kentwood Conquerors needed it to swing back their way, it didn’t.