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Every time Braden Bouwman takes the field, things get a little easier.
The role was a little different this time around, but the result was the same for the Skyline girls swim team.
The plan was simple for the Issaquah volleyball team Monday night. "We wanted to try and jump out on them, put a lot of pressure on them early," head coach Todd Parsons said.
Bodies were strewn everywhere in front of the goal line. Then, out of a pile emerged Issaquah middle linebacker Nik Landdeck, hoisting a football over his head. The senior glanced at the referee, watched him point in the direction of the Eagles, and sprinted to midfield where he was swarmed by teammates, coaches and the Issaquah student body.
Nobody really talks about it — but then again, the goal never really changes for the Issaquah football team.
The regular-season ride was rough — downright bumpy at times. But none of that mattered Sunday night as the Lakeside Senior Legion baseball team defeated the Kennewick Bandits, 10-7, earning a chance chance to defend last year's state championship at the 2010 AAA Senior Legion state tournament July 28 - Aug. 1 in Selah.
When Lindsey Nicholson first read about Meadowdale senior Ashley Aven's life-threatening battle with acute myeloid leukemia, the Skyline junior knew she personally wanted to do something.
Jerry Brewer never intended to delve so deeply into the story of Gloria Strauss.
Senior celebrates second class 4A state golf title
Soccer’s popularity continues to grow in the greater Seattle area, and around Washington state.
Eastside Catholic had the defending 3A state champions against the ropes for one quarter Tuesday night, but couldn’t keep the pace.
Sporting blank stares and walking single file, the Skyline boys exited their home gym and headed to the locker room after Tuesday night’s 76-62 loss to Inglemoor — nobody spoke a word.
Metro 3A supremacy has remained just out of reach for the Eastside Catholic football team the last 14 seasons.
All good runs eventually come to an end. Look no further than Muhammad Ali, the Chicago Bulls of the ’90s, or the Pittsburgh Steelers of the ’70s.