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Decatur senior Ezra John Griffey won the 100 meters in impressive fashion Saturday at the prestigious Shoreline Invitational at Shoreline Stadium. Griffey won the 100 in a state-best time of 10.67 over Zach Keene of Cedar Park Christian (10.94).
SPSL North standings (through Monday) — Kentwood 8-2-1, Jefferson 7-2-2, Tahoma 6-2-4, Kentlake 6-4-2, Kentridge 5-4-3, Decatur 3-7-1, Federal Way 3-7-2, Kent-Merdian 0-10-2.
Nilsen’s record-setting career at Central Washington almost over tracking the grads — baseball. Jamie Nilsen is having another huge season on the Central Washington University team.
For the second year in a row, the Todd Beamer Titans rolled through the South Puget Sound League South Division track and field seasons without a loss.
Remember everybody, “Honesty is the best policy.”
t Raiders hold down first place in North for a day before losing to KW
SPSL North standings (through Thursday) — Kentlake (12-1, 16-1), Jefferson (10-3, 11-5), Kentwood (9-4, 11-5), Kentridge (9-4, 10-5), Tahoma (6-7, 9-10), Decatur (3-9, 5-10), Kent-Meridian (1-10, 1-11), Federal Way (0-12, 0-15).
saves set a Cougar single-season record.
Jefferson also dominated Tahoma on Tuesday, 13-0, in five innings. Dickson limited the Bears (6-7) to just two hits. Bruin finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs, Byrne was 3-for-4 with two stolen bases, Jayme Carbon finished 2-for-3 with two RBIs and Fujita ended up 2-for-3 with two RBIs and two stolen bases.
The Federal Way Reign ’93 White soccer team took first place in their age bracket at the recent Starfire Spring Classic 2008 tournament, held in Tukwila.
The Thomas Jefferson girls fastpitch team really couldn’t be any hotter entering the postseason.
The three Federal Way school district baseball teams didn’t fare too well at last weekend’s South Puget Sound League Tournament. Beamer, Jefferson and Federal Way were all beaten Friday.
SPSL North standings (Final) — Kentwood 9-3-2, Jefferson 8-3-3, Tahoma 7-3-4, Kentlake 7-4-3, Kentridge 5-4-5, Federal Way 5-7-2, Decatur 3-9-2, Kent-Merdian 0-11-3.
Federal Way High School freshman Jaleecia Roland made quite an impact in her first-ever appearance in the postseason.
When Federal Way High School junior Tommy Osborn was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was 11 years old, he really didn’t know what the future held for him. Osborn just knew he wanted to keep playing soccer.
Raiders snare league’s third seed after beating Vikings in penalty kicks
Tying for the best round of the day, the Western Washington University boys golf team earned an at-large berth in the NCAA Division II National Championships by placing second in the West Regional and third overall in the West/Northwest Super Regional, which ended Wednesday at the Adobe Creek Golf Club in Petaluma, Calif.
4A WCD Tournament