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Bethel wrapping up with Beamer

An 18-point halftime lead for Bethel didn’t stand up in the second half as Puyallup rallied for a 44-30 victory last Friday in a South Puget Sound League 4A high…

Showdown with Cascade Christian goes to Cruisers

Eatonville High’s football team clinched a division title in the Nisqually League by beating Cascade Christian 29-6 Saturday. Cruiser quarterback Zach Fairhart ran or passed for all four of his team’s…

Eatery hosts wrestling boosters’ fund-raiser

Spanaway Lake High School’s Wrestling Booster Club is benefitting from a fund-raiser hosted at J.R.’s Whistle Stop. Through Oct.30, J.R.’s will donate 20 percent of sales to the club if…

Graddy, Pederson lead Eatonville

Machaela Graddy scored four goals and goalkeeper Becky Pederson helped keep the opposition scoreless as Eatonville beat Wright 5-0 in a Nisqually League girls soccer match Thursday. Alex Phillips tallied…

4-H shooting season starts in November

The 2012-13 4-H shooting sports season begins in November and runs through May at the Upper Nisqually Sportsmen’s Club in Eatonville. The club hosts a seven-month progressive education to prepare…

Title in sight for Cruisers

Eatonville High continued its march toward a possible Nisqually League championship by routing Bellevue Christian 57-6 last Friday. Now comes a showdown this Friday at Cascade Christian, one of three…

Eagles thump Puyallup

Graham-Kapowsin led from the start and finished the job with three unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter of a 54-36 victory over Puyallup in a South Puget Sound League 4A…

TD spurt pushes Rogers past Bethel

Rogers topped Bethel 49-27 in a South Puget Sound League 4A high school football game Thursday. Bethel kept the contest close for a large part of the first half, trailing…

Freestylin’ to district

Marisa Bass of Eatonville High School will compete in this year’s district high school girls swimming and diving meet, thanks to her district-qualifying times in the 200 and 50 freestyle…

Burn ban stays as wildfire risk continues

A ban on outdoor burning in western Washington and the rest of the state is scheduled to continue through Oct. 15 in an attempt to prevent wildfires during the prolonged…