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Homecoming victory adds to Cruisers’ streak

Homecoming victory adds to Cruisers’ streak

Last Friday ended with a lot to remember for Eatonville High School. On a day that included a parade through town and other homecoming festivities, the Cruisers’ football team celebrated…

River opens to sport fishing; lakes closing

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown The upper portion of the Puyallup River opened to sport salmon fishing Oct. 1, while the lower stretch opened Oct. 3. The fishery will…

Eagles roll behind James and Edwards

Teague James and Shannon Edwards each ran for three touchdowns as undefeated Graham-Kapowsin rolled past Rogers 59-26 Thursday in a South Puget Sound League 4A high school football game. It…

Ice skaters converge on Spanaway for U.S. regionals

The Northwest Pacific Regional U.S. Figure Skating Championships – possibly part of someone’s Olympic dream – will be staged over six days starting Thursday at Sprinker Recreation Center in Spanaway.…

Graddy and Cruisers romp

Graddy and Cruisers romp

A double hat trick by Machaela Graddy – three goals and three assists – helped Eatonville breeze past Cascade Christian 9-0 in a Nisqually League high school girls soccer match…

G-K keeps winning, James keeps scoring

Teague James ran for four touchdowns, giving three or more touchdowns for the third consecutive game, and Graham-Kapowsin powered past Emerald Ridge 49-13 Friday to remain undefeated through the first…

Three in a row for Eatonville

Eatonville stretched its winning streak to three straight by trouncing Vashon 41-20 in a Nisqually League high school football game Friday. Long touchdown runs of 65 yards by Joe Evans,…

Federal Way downs Braves

Federal Way High piled up leads of 19-0 in the first quarter and 25-3 at halftime Thursday en route to a 45-18 thumping of Bethel, the Braves’ third consecutive defeat…

Returning chinook ‘through the roof’

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown More upriver fall chinook are returning to the Columbia River than at any time in the past 75 years. A revised run update predicts…

Hall already headed for state

Hall already headed for state

Alana Hall didn’t waste any time punching her ticket for this year’s state high school swimming and diving championships. In her team’s first meet of the 2013 season, Hall won…