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With an 8-1 win over Evergreen on Tuesday, the Hazen tennis team secured a 12-1 record and came closer to a second consecutive Seamount League regular season title.
By ADAM McFADDEN
The Renton High soccer team is in the playoffs. Let that sink in for a minute. The best evidence for how big of a deal the playoff appearance is: No one at the school is sure exactly how long it has been since the Indians boys soccer team last made the postseason.
Eagles beat Enumclaw
After a 4-2 win over Columbia River that clinched a state tournament appearance, the mood of the Hazen baseball team was a little different on the 160-mile bus ride from Vancouver back to Renton.
Hornets eliminate Renton from playoffs
With a little luck, a towering home run and some great pitching by the team’s usual starting catcher, Liberty started the KingCo tournament on the right path, with a win.
The Seamount League meet was on May 7 and 9 at Highline Stadium.
In the end, Liberty’s season-ending 6-3 loss to West Seattle on Tuesday was an issue of trying to fit a square peg in a round hole.
The Hazen baseball team is facing Issaquah in the regional round of the 3A state tournament on Saturday.
It was just a matter of experience vs. inexperience. In the Hazen baseball team’s regional-round state tournament loss against Issaquah, the Highlanders may have been a little too caught up in the moment early and it cost them dearly.
The 3A state tennis boys singles and doubles tournaments are at Kamiakin High School on May 23-24.
Teams selected by coaches and players around the league
Grueling, painful, a test of will, maybe even boring at times. There are a lot of ways to describe long-distance running. Lindbergh’s Matt Miland chooses an unexpected one: calming.