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G-K’s Hagerty wins SPSL singles title

Graham-Kapowsin, led by singles champion Megan Hagerty, finished second in the South Puget Sound League 4A high school girls tennis tournament. Hagerty beat all five opponents she faced, including Avery…

Game On

HIGH SCHOOL FASTPITCH Graham-Kapowsin 8, Spanaway Lake 0 Puyallup 16, Graham-Kapowsin 1 White River 17, Eatonville 1 Montesano 17, Eatonville 0 HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD Boys Eatonville 113, Elma…

No playoffs for Cruisers

The regular-season portion of the Evergreen League high school baseball campaign went into overtime last week before Elma outlasted Eatonville in the race for the final berth in the 1A…

Lake fishing off to a good start

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Trout fishing is underway in hundreds of lakes across the state, and it appears the 2015 lowland lake season that opened April 25 has…

Eagles winners in Tomahawk Classic

Kevin Dudley’s sweep of two sprints and victories by Ezra Bolton in a hurdles race, Foster Sarell in the shot put and Noah Bales in the high jump helped Graham-Kapowsin…

Park roads opening

In one of several earlier-than-usual openings at Mount Rainier National Park, White River Road opened to the public last Friday, giving access to White River Campground and providing a route…

Weight stars shine in Shelton

Justin Kaelin and Daisey Newman, Eatonville High School’s stars in the weight events, made their presence known in the Shelton Invitational track meet May 2. Kaelin won the shot put…

Nisqually River to be closed 26 days

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown Some fishing news from rivers: • Chinook and steelhead fishing on the Cowlitz has been above par for the last couple of weeks and…

McKasson’s bat big in Eatonville win

Hannah McKasson drove in half of Eatonville’s runs as the Cruisers outslugged Aberdeen 10-9 in an Evergreen League high school fastpitch game Thursday. McKasson’s five-RBI performance was aided by a…

More free state park days coming up

The next three “free days” at state parks – when visitors are admitted without requiring a pass or the $10 one-day entry fee – are scheduled for May 10, June…