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t Decatur’s Bailey baffles K-M; FW’s Elliot clubs three
Officials from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) are estimating up to 300,000 anglers to cast their fishing lines this weekend. Today marks opening day of lowland lake fishing in Washington.
In a showdown for first place in the South Puget Sound League North Division soccer standings, the Kentwood Conquerors got the best of Jefferson Tuesday night.
SPSL North standings (through Thursday) — Kentwood 8-1-1, Jefferson 6-2-2, Tahoma 5-2-4, Kentlake 5-4-2, Kentridge 4-4-3, Decatur 3-6-1, Federal Way 3-6-2, Kent-Merdian 0-9-2.
When Bocchi arrived, doctors took one look at his left shoulder and immediately put him on an ambulance and rushed him to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center, which is the Puget Sound’s only trauma center. Bocchi spent two days in Seattle, hooked to an IV, receiving blood thinners for the clot that developed near his left clavicle.
RBI by sophomore shortstop Hannah Kiyohara in the bottom of the seventh inning. The Kiyohara RBI moved the Raiders into a tie for second place in the SPSL North with Kentwood and Kentridge. All three teams sit at 7-3 in the North. Kentlake leads the division with a perfect 10-0 record.
The win over Tahoma, coupled with a 5-0 shutout of Kentridge on Wednesday, improved the Eagles to 8-4 in the SPSL North. Federal Way has won seven games in a row after starting the season just 1-8. Jarred Lee threw a complete-game shutout against Kentridge. Lee allowed just six hits and was helped offensively by freshman Nick Tanielu, who was 2-for-3 with two RBIs.
The Thriftway Washington State Women’s Open will once again be played at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club in Federal Way, June 2-4.
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.