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Cruisers still atop Nisqually

A pattern for Eatonville High School’s football team – high-scoring starts and insurmountable halftime leads – continued last Friday in what so far is a perfect Nisqually League campaign. The…

Runs and a walk at Northwest Trek

Two runs of varying distance and a walk for slower-paced participants are scheduled for Northwest Trek’s annual Run Wild event this Saturday at the wildlife park near Eatonville. The courses…

Football roundup: Wins for Cruisers and Eagles, opposite for Braves

Eatonville made its homecoming game a winning occasion, while Bethel absorbed a defeat in high school football action Friday, 24 hours after Graham-Kapowsin picked up another victory and moved into…

George Fox soccer getting a local kick

In a game in which scoring is at a premium, one goal can make a huge difference. Just ask the George Fox University Bruins, whose 2-12-6 record in women’s soccer…

Volleyball’s ‘fresh’ look

Volleyball’s ‘fresh’ look

High school volleyball teams don’t come much newer than the one at Eatonville. Head coach Courtney Webb and assistant Brandi Best are in their first year guiding the Cruisers, who…

The scope on hunting in Pierce County

HOOK AND FUR By Bob Brown   The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) have updated its web page with the new 2012 hunting prospects. Dave Ware, Game Division…

Three in a row for Cruisers

Eatonville High School’s football team will put its three-game winning streak on the line against a Canadian invasion this Friday. The Cruisers will host Bow Valley, a school from the…

Game On

High school volleyball Sept. 24: Cedar Park Christian at Eatonville Sept. 25:Bethel at Spanaway Lake (7 p.m.) Sept. 27: Graham-Kapowsin at Curtis, Emerald Ridge at Bethel (7 p.m.) Sept. 29:…

Eagles back on track

Graham-Kapowsin outscored Emerald Ridge 46-27 in a South Puget Sound League 4A high school football game Thursday. The Eagles, now 3-1 overall and 2-1 in the SPSL, bounced back from…

Park part of National Public Lands Day

Mount Rainier National Park will be the site of a volunteer service project and will admit visitors free of charge on Sept. 29 in recognition of National Public Lands Day.…