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Liufau's career for the Lions in football and basketball will likely be long remembered by followers of city high school athletics. He was the star quarterback for three seasons, leading the school to its first Gridiron Classic appearance in December.
PDT Foss High School's Marcus Chambers and Bellarmine Prep's Courtney Schwan already are regarded around the state as the finest performers in their respective sports. Soon enough, the Pacific-12 Conference will find out about them. Chambers, the
Resources Mary Margaret 'Curly' Neal Resident of Palo Alto Mary Margaret "Curly" Neal died on June 10, 2013 at the Vi Assisted Living Facility in Palo Alto, California...Curly was born on July 15, 1924 in Miami, Oklahoma to Charles A. and Vena M...
The weather may have taken a drastic turn for the worse Tuesday, but Caparas managed to remain red hot. The Royals golfer battled poor conditions -- although his early tee time did manage to keep him away from the rain -- to shoot a 2-under-par 70
South Kitsap's Hayley Romo struggled in her three previous at-bats. The sophomore second baseman flew out to left, flew out to right and struck out before she found herself in a situation every kid dreams about. With two outs in the bottom of the
S highlights Look who is back in the Narrows League 4A tournament fastpitch title game defending champion Bellarmine Prep ...Ashlynn Ota drove in a run in the seventh inning to give Bellarmine Prep a 3-1 lead, and the Lions held off the Bears, who
Todd Milles Tacoma News Tribune Posted May 8, 2013 at 11:23 p.m. It was one of those birdie-making streaks that certainly deflates the competition and enhances the chances of winning for a golfer. Central Kitsap High's Aubrey MacKenzie likes Lake
Oly mpia's Maddy Stensby struck out nine batters over six innings in the Bears' 4-0 fastpitch win over Yelm . Nikki Schroeder went 2-for-3 and drove in two runs for the Bears. Olympia (10-2) moved into first place in the Narrows League 4A, but South
On Saturday, the Mustangs left with smiles and lots of hardware. With its potent attack firing in all cylinders, Mira Costa swept Bellarmine Prep, 25-16, 25-11, 26-24, to win the Karch Kiraly Tournament of Champions. Powerful front line players like
Elliott Loague was as focused on the weather as he was on his morning classes at Olympia High School on Friday...But after receiving a text message in his microbiology class around noon saying the Bears' big game at Bellarmine Prep was still on,