Four Federal Way-based golfers are set to play in the Washington Junior Golf Association State championship tournament next week.
The 13U Federal Way Knights are the 2014 state champions of the Washington State National Sandy Koufax division, bringing home the title with a 12-3 win over the (Mercer Island) Islanders on July 21. The Knights didn't lose a game in the tournament and outscored their opponents 44-19.
The Federal Way National Little League 10/11 Softball All-Stars, along with the Majors All-Stars, fought their way to the state championship game in their respective tournaments, according to a press release from the Federal Way National Little League organizers.
The Marine Hills Swim Team “is working on another dominant season in the Seattle Summer Swim League,” according to team officials.
Kayla Johnson and Brett Ellingson will be representing Federal Way at the Hershey’s national track meet, which is set for July 31-Aug. 3 in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Since she was a child, Heather Drew knew she wanted to compete in the Ladies Professional Golf Association.
Local club team takes home title on penalty kick shootout
Todd Beamer's Scott Sunitsch and Decatur's Jake Kolterman and Taylor Havlicek earned places on the prestigious Washington State Baseball Coaches Association All-State teams
The Federal Way National Little League Cardinals repeated as winners of the Washington State Little League District 10 Tournament of Champions competition on June 10. The win at the tournament put the Cards' season record at 26-3.
Federal Way National Little League will be sending three teams to the state championships on July 12, which are held in various venues. The teams set to compete in the state championships are the 9/10 Baseball All-Stars, the 10/11 Softball All-Stars and the 11/12 Baseball All-Stars.
Todd Beamer High School dominates the Mirror's 2014 All-City Softball Team after rolling into postseason, with the Titans making its second trip to state in two years. The Titans lost to Woodinville in the second round.
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.