Sports

Decatur grad set to revive Green River cross country

Decatur High School graduate Chris Williams will get a chance to restart the cross country program at Auburn’s Green River Community College.

Sports briefs

• Decatur High School boys basketball will again be hosting its Gator Basketball Camp this summer. The camp is for boys and girls entering fourth through ninth grades. The camp runs daily from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 23-26, at Decatur High School.

  • Jun 13, 2008

Seattle Storm players coming to Lake Grove June 19 for Fit Clinic

Close to 50 students at Lake Grove Elementary School will get the chance to see members of the Seattle Storm professional basketball team up close and personal.

Jefferson grad is back on the right foot

Steve Mohn will never forget July 13, 2007. It’s a day that is entrenched in the Thomas Jefferson grad’s mind. And not in a real good way.

Almost-summer fun

our kids recently enjoyed the pool at the Marine Hills Swim and Tennis Club. The public is invited to check out the pool today from… Continue reading

  • Jun 13, 2008

Highline CC has a new personal training program

Highline Community College’s new personal fitness training program is already helping dozens of students find new careers in a rapidly growing industry.

It’s all muscle in Des Moines

The Des Moines Marina was crowded last Saturday, but the event didn’t call for water sports.

  • Jun 11, 2008

A flippin’ good time

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  • Jun 4, 2008

Decatur’s Cassens finishes second at first state tennis tourney

Decatur freshman Meghan Cassens will have to wait until next year for another attempt at winning a state tennis championship.

The Thriftway Washington State Women’s Open will be

The Thriftway Washington State Women’s Open will be played at the Twin Lakes Golf and Country Club in Federal Way, June 2-4.

TJ’s Mayne has a new book about sports, etc.

Kenny Mayne has come a long ways since rolling through the halls at Thomas Jefferson High School.

Winner’s Circle: Jurca takes first Jetta race

Federal Way resident David Jurca, 22, won the second round of the Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup at a cold and wet Mosport International Raceway in Ontario, Canada, last weekend.

Decatur’s Cassens cruises to district crown

Meghan Cassens has won plenty of tournaments during her tennis career.

Beamer’s game plan for the quarterfinals: ‘Win’

It’s been quite a year for the Todd Beamer High School boys soccer team and it got a little bit better Tuesday night. The Titans rolled over the Bothell Cougars in the opening round of the Class 4A State Tournament, 3-0, at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner.

Nilsen’s record-setting career

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.

It’s ball in the family for Hansons

Thomas Jefferson soccer program has always taken pride in being a family on the field.

New state-wide transfer rule will ‘level the playing field’

The constant transferring of athletes from high school to high school within the Federal Way school district might be coming to an end.

When Bocchi arrived, doctors put him on an ambulance and rushed to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center

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.

  • Apr 26, 2008

Hanging ‘em up: Bocchi’s shoulder finally ends baseball career

Life can throw a knee-buckling curve ball. Just ask Carsten Bocchi.

Decatur’s Tibbs will play at Eastern

Decatur High School senior guard Marcus Tibbs has always had the goal of playing Division I basketball. He will get that chance.