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The tradition of tennis at Thomas Jefferson High School just keeps rolling along. The Raider girls finished last season with a perfect 10-0 record to claim the program's second-straight South Puget Sound League Central Division championship.
It’s pretty obvious to anyone in the know, that the best high school soccer in the state is currently played in Federal Way. That was evident last year when the Thomas Jefferson Raiders won a state record, eighth 4A championship with a win over Union in the final.
Baseball at the four high schools around Federal Way is the best it’s been in a long time this season. The rosters at Decatur, Federal Way, Beamer and Jefferson feature some of the best individual talent in the area and playoff berths for all four aren’t out of the question.
The 6-foot-5 senior guard had an ultra-impressive season for the Titans. Bliznyuk was named the South Puget Sound League South Division Player of the Year and was also The News Tribune’s All-Area most valuable player after averaging 19.6 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.5 steals a game.
Federal Way High School graduate Travis Ishikawa is making a push to be on the Pittsburgh Pirates' opening-day roster, which is a little bit of a surprise for the 30-year-old.
The 6-foot-2 Huff was a force in the middle of the Titans’ offense and defense. Huff was a first-team, All-SPSL South selection after leading Beamer in scoring and rebounding. Huff averaged 13.5 points a game and had a high game of 25 points during a win over Bellarmine Prep at the West Central/Southwest District Tournament. Huff also had 24 during a loss to Mount Rainier in the SPSL Championship game.
Federal Way's J.R. Celski ended up with an overall silver medal at the ISU World Short Track Speed Skating Championships last weekend in Montreal.
The Todd Beamer boys basketball team picked up the school's first-ever state tournament trophy Saturday. It just wasn't the trophy they had hoped to be holding after advancing into the semifinals after a win over Gonzaga Prep in the quarterfinals Thursday of the Class 4A Hardwood Classic State Boys Basketball Tournament inside the Tacoma Dome.
For the first time in school history, a Todd Beamer basketball team won a game at the state tournament.
The 2014 4A Hardwood Classic Boys State Basketball State Championships open Thursday inside the Tacoma Dome. The Todd Beamer Titans will take on Gonzaga Prep at 7:15 p.m.
Basketball is a team game and the Todd Beamer Titans exemplify what a team is.
For the second year in a row, the Arlington Eagles proved to be the roadblock the Todd Beamer Titans couldn't get over.
When the lights were the brightest, so to speak, Decatur junior Isaiah Diggs, Beamer junior Arian Carpio and Thomas Jefferson freshman shined. The Federal Way school district trio, in front of thousands of fans inside the Tacoma Dome, wrestled to state championships at Mat Classic XXVI Saturday night.
The Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center will be a very busy place over the next couple of weeks.
Puyallup High School will be Todd Beamer South Saturday afternoon. Both the Titan boys and girls will be playing at Puyallup with coveted berths into the Class 4A Hardwood Classic inside the Tacoma Dome on the line.
There were dozens Kleenex boxes lining every row of the bleachers inside the Decatur High School gymnasium Thursday night.
There are nine gold banners strewn across the gymnasium at Decatur High School, each one representing a state team championship.
There were plenty of expectations for Thomas Anderson when he entered Federal Way High School as a freshman this fall.
The Todd Beamer boys and girls basketball teams are both headed to the Class 4A Regional Basketball Tournament.
Federal Way National Little League is still taking registration and conducting tryouts for Majors (12-under) level baseball and ability assessments for AAA level (9-11) play.