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Going the distance with Max Manthou was tough enough already.
TACOMA – Kent-Meridian’s Sean Harris put himself in a great position to end his string of second-place finishes Garfield’s Stephone Jordan on the track.
The Kentlake High baseball team made a promise before the season began to return to Safeco Field.
What a difference a week makes.
It’s that time again for Max Manthou.
Most coaches in any sport would be delighted to go out with any kind of a championship.
October shoulder surgery slowed Kentlake fastpitch ace Felecia Harris.
Kentwood sophomore Rui Li went from the top to the bottom in less than an hour Wednesday afternoon at the Class 4A state golf tournament in Bellingham.
One is fire. The other is ice. One is talkative. The other is introspective.
Make no mistake: That initial state title will always be a special one to Max Manthou.
The magic socks ran out of juice Saturday night for the Kentlake baseball team.
Kentlake junior Zach Smith knows what it’s like to run, jump and be free again.
No matter the circumstances, Kentlake knew it faced adversity in the Class 4A state softball tournament last weekend at South End Recreation Area in Tacoma.
Devin St. Clair jumped ship from the long jump because of a strained hip flexor almost two months ago. Now, his times are jumping off the page in his new events.
Aaron Radford experienced an unusual sort of soccer triple crown last Friday night: a win, a loss, and a tie.