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The following is a release from Hazen Boys Soccer: Hazen varsity soccer mounted two first half comebacks, but couldn’t get a third in a 3-2… Continue reading
Plus, a look at Renton, Liberty and Hazen’s seasons
Tori Allen, a senior at Renton High School, has been playing basketball since she was in fifth grade. She just completed her final season with… Continue reading
The league is for those 13 years old and younger.
Hazen plays league-leader Tahoma tonight in Maple Valley
The Hazen girls tennis team is currently in the No. 4 spot in the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade division. The girls have a… Continue reading
The team won their second game of the season against Evergreen High School on April 3.
Ben’s Fund expands grants to 19-23 year olds
The Seattle Storm Basketball team came to the Renton Community Center on March 27 to practice with the Renton Special Olympic athletes.
The 2017-2018 track and field season began March 9 when Hazen, Lindbergh and Renton competed against each other. The Highlanders began league play when Hazen… Continue reading
RHS is 1-1-1 in SPSL 2A Sound division play and 2-1-1 overall this season; HAZ is in third place in the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade division.
The Hazen Highlanders girls tennis team (1-2, 1-2) started the season with league games March 15 and 16. The girls lost the first 3-2 to… Continue reading
The Lindbergh baseball team beat league-rival Renton 16-7 Friday. The Eagles took an early 1-0 lead over the Renton Indians at home. The Indians rallied… Continue reading
The following is from media releases from Hazen soccer: With its non-league schedule complete, Hazen waded back into league play at Kent-Meridian Tuesday. The Royals… Continue reading
Whether rain or the shine, the high school boys soccer season recently began. The Liberty Patriots are 1-1 to start the 2017-2018 season. The boys… Continue reading
The boys basketball teams vie for the 2A state title
Local athletes from Lindbergh, Renton, Hazen and Liberty competed in the state tournaments last week at the Tacoma Dome.
The 2A SPSL will expand from two divisions to three.
The team competed at the boys and girls Region II Championship on Feb. 10.
Osborn led Chargers to six league titles and 14 playoff appearances in 25 years at the helm