The Federal Way Boys and Girls Club is currently enrolling all youth for the 2014 Coed Fall Season Soccer League. The deadline for early registration is Sept. 26.
Federal Way native Jackson Dovey recently finished 151 out of 2,235 competitors from around the world in the invite-only Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Mount Tremblant, Canada.
The Mirror’s 2012 Male Athlete of the Year K.W. Williams continues to succeed at Idaho State University, where the star athlete is now playing wide receiver for the Bengals.
Portland State’s Kelly Miller was named Big Sky Conference co-Golfer of the Week after the finest performance of her career.
From staff The Thomas Jefferson High School volleyball team took out Evergreen 3-2 on Sept. 11.
The Todd Beamer Titans were the only successful Federal Way football team last week, blanking Vancouver’s Evergreen 33-0 on Saturday night at Federal Way Memorial Stadium.
Metropolitan King County Councilman Pete von Reichbauer hosted the Thomas Jefferson High School varsity baseball team at Safeco Field Sept. 13 for a Seattle Mariners batting practice and game versus the Oakland Athletics.
Thomas Jefferson High School’s boys tennis team scratched out a hard-fought win over Todd Beamer on Sept. 11, toppling the Titans 3-2 in an SPSL 4A league match.
The Todd Beamer volleyball team topped Christian Faith 3-0, taking the match 25-20, 25-18, 26-24.
Thomas Jefferson tennis pulled out a tough league victory against Curtis, falling 2-1 before rallying in the final three matches to take the win 3-2.
As good as the Seattle Seahawks were a year ago, they could be even better in 2014.
Decatur volleyball topped Thomas Jefferson in five sets on Monday, downing the Raiders 25-11, 23-25, 25-17, 26-28 and 15-12.
Local race car driver Michelle Miller recently won her second Sports Car Club of America National Championship at the club’s National Solo Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The four Federal Way high schools had a rough opening week of football, as all four teams lost.
As the fire chief of South King Fire and Rescue, I want to take a few moments to address all of the citizens we serve about an unfortunate series of events surrounding your fire department.
More than 500 cyclists will pedal 162 miles over three of Washington’s mountain passes, Snoqualmie, Blewett and Stevens, to benefit victims of child abuse and neglect.