Sports

Ready to make some postseason racket

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.

Track stars prepare to shine, part 2

By ADAM McFADDEN

  • May 30, 2008

Down to the wire

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.

Baseball

Eagles beat Enumclaw

  • May 30, 2008

Hazen baseball going to state

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.

Seamount playoff soccer

Hornets eliminate Renton from playoffs

  • May 30, 2008

Baseball roundup

Liberty

  • May 30, 2008

One step closer to number 12

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.

Athletes prepping for district meet

The Seamount League meet was on May 7 and 9 at Highline Stadium.

  • May 30, 2008

Home-field advantage

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.

Scouting Report: Issaquah Eagles

The Hazen baseball team is facing Issaquah in the regional round of the 3A state tournament on Saturday.

Feeling the heat

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.

Five from Hazen going to state

The 3A state tennis boys singles and doubles tournaments are at Kamiakin High School on May 23-24.

  • May 30, 2008

All-Seamount League spring teams

Teams selected by coaches and players around the league

  • May 30, 2008

Running to relax

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.

What’s on deck

TODAY

  • Apr 7, 2008