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Eagles roll into quarterfinals

Eagles roll into quarterfinals

Graham-Kapowsin remained undefeated this season with a 38-13 victory over Mount Si, setting up a date this Saturday in the quarterfinals of the 4A tourney against Lake Stevens, another team…

Rare shutout ends Cruisers’ season

Something unusual for the Eatonville Cruisers put an end to their high school football season. Eatonville, held scoreless for the first time this year and, for that matter, in recent…

Thirtyacre leads swimmers into state meet

Headed by the multi-event Jayla Thirtyacre, Eatonville will have four entries in the state high school swimming and diving championships this weekend. Representing the Cruisers, who competed last weekend in…

Keeping mountain wilderness is in the plan

By Pat Jenkins The Dispatch Work that began in Washington, D.C. to make Mount Rainier National Park a wilderness forever will continue next week in Ashford as park officials gather…

G-K and Eatonville in prep football’s big dance

G-K and Eatonville in prep football’s big dance

The state high school football tournaments begin this week, and south Pierce County will be well-represented by two hot teams. Graham-Kapowsin, which hasn’t lost this year, is in the 4A…

Cruisers one win short

Cruisers one win short

Seton Catholic beat Eatonville 5-2 last Saturday in the District 4 high school soccer playoffs, putting an end to the Cruisers’ season and their drive for a berth in the…

10th-place for runners at state

The Eatonville Cruisers’ girls cross country team ended its season with a 10th-place finish in the state champonships last Saturday in Pasco. Emma Vuksich (35th) and Isabelle Snyder (44th) were…

125,000 new fish for Black Friday

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is in the process of releasing 125,000 catchable-size trout into western Washington lakes in preparation for…

Cruiser booters down to last chance

Eatonville has one more chance Saturday to reach the 1A state high school girls soccer championship. The Cruisers’ first chance went by the wayside when they lost to King’s Way…

Take your chains to Rainier

Take your chains to Rainier

Mount Rainier National Park on Monday began requiring visitors to have tire chains in their vehicles in order to be ready for snow. The white stuff showed up last weekend…