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t Kentwood beats Eagles, Beamer downed by Curtis Tuesday; TJ, Decatur win
The memory of John Lentz will live on. The Todd Beamer High School boys soccer team is making sure of that.
Officials warn people to stay away from King County Aquatic Center this weekend
Walker leads all scorers with 20
By CASEY OLSON, The MirrorCentral Washington University senior Jamie Nilsen broke a school record with his 22nd career home run in the first game of… Continue reading
Auburn University has won five straight team titles; meet will conclude Saturday
By Casey Olson, The Mirror
By CASEY OLSONThe Mirror• The Federal Way Boys and Girls Club is currently enrolling youth for its 2008 spring baseball and softball leagues. The deadline… Continue reading
Prep sports wrap
All-league point guard will give Eagles another weapon
Wildcats snare men’s title a week after winning women’s championship
Prep sports wrap
t Decatur all-league point guard will give Eagles another weapon
t Wildcats snare men’s title a week after winning women’s championship
Jefferson’s Sofia Malamura had a solid week for the Raider track and field team. The senior led TJ to an 84-56 victory on Thursday over Kentwood in a South Puget Sound League North Division dual meet and Malamura also won the shot put at Saturday’s prestigious Kent-Meridian Invitational.
Former Seattle Seahawk and University of Washington quarterback, Brock Huard, along with NASA astronaut and current President and CEO of the Museum of Flight, Dr. Bonnie Dunbar, will be featured as special guest speakers at the Federal Way and Auburn Boys and Girls Club’s and EX3 Teen Center Annual “Breakfast for Kids” fundraiser. The fundraiser begins at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday at Emerald Downs in Auburn.
The Thomas Jefferson baseball team remained in second place in the South Puget Sound League North Division with a pair of victories over Kentwood and Kent-Meridian.