The Liberty girls soccer team fell to Sammamish 2-0 last night in the first round of the KingCo tournament. The…
The Lindbergh boys cross-country team won the West Central District meet at American Lake on Saturday and will advance to the 3A state meet.
The Liberty and Mount Si football teams had already locked in playoff appearances, but it wasn’t apparent with the effort displayed by both squads Friday night when Liberty came out on top 25-20.
Trey Wheeler connected with Chandler Jenkins for a 50-yard touchdown with two minutes left to give Liberty a come-from-behind, 25-20…
The Renton High volleyball team’s goal in the preseason was to collect more wins than losses. That didn’t happen, but something even better did. In the wake of a second-half surge, Renton finds itself in the playoffs for the first time in 20 years.
Twelve months later, Lauren Kaufman gets a chance to change an outcome of less than a second.
The Hazen swimmer finished third in the 50-yard freestyle race at the 3A state swim last season as just a freshman. Impressed? Kaufman wasn’t.
Leonard Wolfork got something rare in football: a second chance. And this time he made sure no one caught him.
The Lindbergh boys and girls teams swept the Seamount League cross-country meet at Evergreen on Oct. 24.
Tradition means different things to different people. For the Lindbergh boys cross-country team, it means a third undefeated dual meet season in the past four years. It means a fourth-consecutive league championship, and it likely means a sixth team appearance at state in the past seven seasons.
It’s one thing for players to take losses in stride because better times are ahead. It’s another thing for the small group of seniors on the Hazen volleyball team to take the losses now, because they won’t be around to see the reward.
Thomas Lowes got beat last year. In fact, opponents beat him nearly every time out on the court. So much so that Liberty tennis coach Mike Salokas worried about the freshman’s psyche.
It turns out pain is just a mindset for Chad Meis.
Nine seconds. That’s how much time shaved off the game clock when Lindbergh’s Frank Cange ran his pass route, collided with a defender, stopped, caught the ball as it popped up and sprinted to the end zone. Seventy-four yards total, nine seconds, with a collision in the middle.