The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association 2A, 3A and 4A Swimming and Diving Championships were held at the Weyerhaeuser Aquatic Center on Nov. 12-13.
A Federal Way second-grader has been channeling his inner Steven Hauschka, Russell Wilson and Jon Ryan as he recently dominated the competition in the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition.
Kingdom Hope announced that Pacific Northwest Soccer Club player Madison Still is the recipient of Kingdom Hope's first Soccer on Us scholarship. Madison, a member of the club's Girls 98 Blue team, will receive a $500 award to help support her ability to play club soccer.
Christian Faith School took third place in the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association 1B volleyball championships last Friday and Saturday.
Cross country state championship results
The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association 2A, 3A and 4A Girls Swim and Dive Championships will take place today and tomorrow at the Weyerhaeuser Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Federal Way's girls soccer team nearly made it to state, but fell short against Puyallup in a winner-to-state, loser out game as the Vikings won 4-2 on Nov. 5.
Todd Beamer's stay in the girls 4A state soccer tournament was a brief one as they fell to Gonzaga Prep 1-0 in Spokane on Tuesday.
Thomas Jefferson's most successful season in school history came to an end as they fell 17-14 to Mount Si in the crossover round of the state playoffs on Friday.
Christian Faith School won their seventh consecutive league championship after finishing undefeated in Sea-Tac 1B conference play.
It wasn't as pretty as they would have liked, but the Todd Beamer Titans girls volleyball team advanced to the West Central District Tournament after finishing with the 10th seed from the South Puget Sound League Tournament, which took place on Oct. 29 and 31.
The second meeting between Tahoma and Federal Way this season had higher stakes as a playoff berth was on the line. Unfortunately for the Eagles, the end result was the same as they lost 26-22 to the Bears on Friday at Bill Maxwell Stadium.
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.