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The Desna Soccer Club will host the Desna Cup beginning at 6 p.m. on Aug. 19 and continuing at noon Aug. 20-21.
Christian Jones, a class of 2016 graduate of Federal Way High School, added another honor this month to his already storied athletic career.
The Federal Way Nationals are moving on after shutting out Walla Walla 4-0 Tuesday at Hidden Valley Sports Park in the third round of the Washington State Little League baseball state tournament.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Volleyball Officials Board is looking for individuals interested in officiating middle school, junior high, senior high, college and recreation department volleyball matches throughout Pierce County. Line judges are also needed for local high school matches.
Federal Way National's 12-year-olds are headed to the state tournament after an impressive run through a talented, daunting District 10 bracket.
Federal Way National's 10- and 11 year-old all-stars did it again, defending their championship from last year with another District 10 title.
Federal Way will have its first-ever all-natural, 100 percent tested, drug-free bodybuilding show from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 16, at the Knutzen Family Theater.
A combined group of 9- and 10-year-old all-star softball players from Steel Lake and Kent handily defeated Bonney Lake-Sumner, 12-2, to clinch the District 10 championship.
Emerald Downs celebrated its 20th birthday on Monday, June 20, with a special evening of racing that included numerous awards and surprises, and concluded with a freak thunderstorm that forced cancellation of the seventh race finale.
Federal Way resident Spencer Clapp, a freshman on the men's golf team at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, California, was recently announced as the 2015-2016 Male Freshman of the Year by the Sonoma State University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Decatur boys basketball coach David Choi, his staff and players will host a youth basketball camp June 28-30 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the EX-3 Ron Sandwith Teen Center (31453 28th Ave S, Federal Way).
Girls doubles team Ally Peterson and Crystal Lee of Thomas Jefferson went looking for another championship after winning the West Central District Tournament.
Christian Jones of Federal Way High School has been named the 2015-16 Gatorade Washington Baseball Player of the Year.
Decatur's Jeff Allen has committed to attending St. Norbert College to play football next year.
The bar has been raised, both literally and metaphorically.
A dreary day in Tacoma was made worse for Federal Way's baseball team as they were knocked out of the state tournament in the first game of the regional round in a 3-2 loss to Woodinville on Sunday.
The Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association's state golf tournaments will be held May 24-25.
Thomas Jefferson's girls tennis team has won five consecutive South Puget Sound League division titles.
Thomas Jefferson's was the last Federal Way soccer team standing, but their season came to an end Thursday with a 2-0 loss to Tahoma that knocked them out of the district tournament.
With the state baseball tournament berth already clinched on Tuesday, Federal Way was hoping to add a district championship to their accolades.
An up-and-down season that saw Thomas Jefferson finish second in the South Puget Sound League Northwest came to an end on Saturday as the Raiders fell 3-0 to Timberline in a winner-to-state, loser-out game at Heritage Park.
Tennis: Lee and Peterson win SPSL doubles tourney, Todd Beamer and Thomas Jefferson well represented at districts
The South Puget Sound League tennis championships concluded on Monday, sending the top 11 singles players and doubles teams to the West Central District tournament.
Thomas Jefferson's route to the state playoffs isn't the one they were hoping to take.
Solid pitching and a few timely hits were all Federal Way needed as they willed their way to a berth in the state baseball tournament with a 3-2 win over Emerald Ridge on Tuesday.
Top city honors were on the line as Decatur, Federal Way, Thomas Jefferson and Todd Beamer all faced off at the all-city track and field meet on Wednesday.
On April 30, Garrett Westberg pitched a seven-inning perfect game for Tacoma Community College against Green River Community College and was named a Northwest Athletic Conference player of the week.
Federal Way's baseball team hadn't suffered a loss since March 24, when Kentwood sent them away with a 4-3 defeat.
On the official roster, Quinn Landrud is listed as a defender for the Thomas Jefferson boys soccer team. On Tuesday, he was minding the net for the Raiders as they clinched another division title with a 3-2 win over a Todd Beamer team looking to fight their way into the postseason.
What a difference a year has made for the Decatur tennis team.
Tennis season is winding down, but that doesn't mean Thomas Jefferson is doing the same: the Raiders picked up a 4-1 victory over Todd Beamer on Monday to win the league title.
Decatur wrestler Zachary Berry signed his letter of intent on April 13 to wrestle for Minot State University next year.
In February, the end of one of the most successful periods of boys basketball at Thomas Jefferson came to an end when head coach Kyle Templeton announced his resignation after seven years.
With track season nearly entering the home stretch, some of the state's best athletes were on display as Todd Beamer's girls and boys teams downed the Decatur girls and boys in a league meet on April 14.
Registration for the the 2016-17 Federal Way Football Club Premier Teams is now open.
For the second time this season, Federal Way and Decatur's fastpitch teams faced off.
Former Federal Way High School basketball player Talia Walton set a women's Final Four record in the University of Washington's 80-59 loss to Syracuse in the semifinals on April 3.
Though some of the state championship contenders graduated at the end of last season, Federal Way's boys and girls track teams are looking to maintain their place at the top of the South Puget Sound League Northwest.
The Federal Way Boys & Girls Club is currently enrolling all youth for the 2016 coed spring season soccer league. The deadline for early registration is April 13, but late registration will be accepted on a space-available basis and carry an additional $5 charge.
Federal Way Memorial Stadium was the site of a trio of soccer games featuring Federal Way and Kent schools on Wednesday. Federal Way, Thomas Jefferson and Todd Beamer pulled off the sweep as they defeated Kentlake, Kentridge and Kent-Meridian.
The Federal Way Boys & Girls Club is currently enrolling youth for the 2016 elementary and middle school fall basketball leagues. The fee is $25, plus the $50 current 2015-16 membership fee. The deadline for early registration is Sunday, April 10, but late registration will be accepted on a space-available basis and with a $5 extra charge.