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Boys and Girls Club signing up

Federal Way Boys and Girls Club is registering children for its sports programs through April 13.

Elementary baseball, high school basketball, gymnastics, freestyle wrestling, judo and fly fishing are open. Except for the basketball and judo programs, participants can register online at www.fw-bgc.org. Additional information is available at 941-2722.

Program sponsors from the business community also are welcome, club officials said.

Little League Jamboree today

Federal Way National Little League’s Jamboree is today at the FWNLL baseball complex, just south of the aquatic center.

Opening ceremonies are scheduled for 9 a.m. Donuts will be sold in the morning, and Outback Restaurant will cook hamburgers in the afternoon.

Jefferson boots Spanaway Lake

Chris Henry’s two goals paced Jefferson to a 6-0 shutout of Spanaway Lake in a South Puget Sound League high school soccer match March 22.

Also in the goal parade were Steve Mohn, Chris Sanders and Travis Morrow. An own goal completed the Raiders’ scoring.

TJ chasing FW in SPSL tennis

Jefferson High School moved up in the South Puget Sound League’s South Division girls’ tennis standings with a 4-1 victory over Bethel Wednesday.

The outcome gave the Raiders (2-1) a share of second place, behind co-leaders Federal Way and Rogers (both 3-0) in matches through Wednesday. Federal Way and Jefferson will meet next Thursday.

Except for Natalie Goding’s 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 loss to Sarah McGuire in the No. 1 singles duel, Jefferson scored a clean sweep of the Braves.

Killian Lange outlasted Julie Chen 4-6, 6-2, 7-6 for the No. 2 singles decision.

The duos of Katie Schultz-Michelle Morse, Jessiye Clark-Twila Moss and Faye Lai-Amanda Foster prevailed in doubles. Schultz and Morse, after winning their first set 6-3, were trailing Rachel Vicker and Shanna Givhan 5-4 in the second set with the Bethel tandem serving before rallying to win the set 7-5 and the match.

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