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Jalen McDaniels’ 18 points, 17 rebounds helps Federal Way run past Timberline to Tacoma Dome

The top-ranked Eagles turned a one-point first-half lead into a 78-60 victory over the Blazers on Saturday at Puyallup High School to advance past ...

Federal Way's Jalen McDaniels, a 6-foot-9 junior forward, led the Eagles with 18 points and 17 rebounds and Viont'e Daniels adds 17 points in a 78-60 4A regional win over Timberline on Friday at Puyallup High School to advance to the Tacoma Dome.

Todd Beamer girls basketball uses press to stifle Olympia in 4A regional

The Todd Beamer girls basketball team were all too familiar with the venue.

Japhera McEachin of Todd Beamer, bottom, and Amelia Ack of Olympia go eye-to-eye wrestling for a loose ball in the first half of the Titans’ 71-39 rout of the Bears in the West Central District 3 Championships in Puyallup on Friday.

Mariners catcher John Hicks is likely Tacoma-bound but gaining attention

Mariners catching prospect John Hicks has added an improving bat to his solid defensive skills

Seattle’s Mike Zunino, right, keeps his eye on the ball as teammates John Hicks, center, and John Buck watch during Mariners’ practice two weeks ago.

Dominant frontcourt key for Wilson girls’ state title hunt

For a program clearly visible on the local girls basketball scene and up and down the Tacoma-Seattle corridor, Wilson High School does not have many...

Wilson High’s potent front court is led by wing Kapri Morrow, center, and post players Kiki Knox, left, and Erica Hamlin, right. Coach Michelle Birge says the players have terrific chemistry and the three-pronged attack causes problems for opponents. “It’s hard for teams to focus (their defense) on all three, so on any given night one might go off. And if there’s a rebound to be had, one of them is going to bring it down.”

US Open countdown: Smith smokes field by record 11 strokes

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