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Seven Gators move on to this weekend’s state championships at the Tacoma Dome
Decatur’s three sub-regional champions, five tournament finalists to compete at regionals Tahoma High School Feb. 15.
Decatur senior becomes 170-pound champion at sub-regional wrestling tournament, awarded NPSL Olympic Division Wrestler of the Year.
Decatur senior leads gynmastics team to undefeated season, places top two in All-City meet events.
Todd Beamer senior put up 43 points at Top of the Peak basketball tournament.
Todd Beamer junior second in league for rebounds with game high of 16.
Girls and boys NPSL sub-regional wrestling tournament to be held at Kent Meridian High School Feb. 7-8.
Decatur, Federal Way and Thomas Jefferson teams to compete at districts; individual qualifiers from Todd Beamer move forward in postseason.
Thomas Jefferson sophomore ‘practices like a champion and competes like a champion’ on gymnastics team.
Senior captain holds 4.0 GPA, leads swim team to undefeated league season.
WIAA high school reclassification for 2020-2024: Federal Way school district welcomes blended league
Better together: Decatur, Federal Way high schools opt-up to 4A classification; Thomas Jefferson and Todd Beamer remain at 3A level.
Ainsley Yoshizumi commits to University of Rhode Island; Maclairen Magruder signs to George Fox University; Jenna Bettge to Skagit Valley College.
FWHS senior leads boys basketball team in play and through leadership.
FWHS sophomore dominates wrestling season with 14-0 record, 12 pins.
Decatur senior and team captain leads bowling team to second consecutive NPSL championship.
Decatur sophomore starts wrestling season with 17-4 record, working to return to state tournament.
TBHS senior competes in both dive and swim events for the Titans.
Todd Beamer junior proves to be strong leader on the Titans wrestling team.
In partnership with players the Seattle Saracens Rugby Club, the camp is held Jan. 11 for boys and girls in first through 12th grade.
The Raiders beat the Kentridge Chargers 92-84 on Dec. 17; TJHS currently leading Olympic Division.