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Foster High School’s Ana Rios was named the 2A North Puget Sound…
Athletes from Foster High School will compete in the 2A state track…
The Seattle Sounders S2 team, which currently plays at Tukwila’s Starfire Sports,…
Athletes from the Foster High School boys and girls track team took…
Brian Schmetzer, former Tacoma Stars player and coach of the MLS Cup…
Seven Sounders U23 players were given the opportunity to chase the dream…
The Sounders U23 soccer team will host open tryouts on Saturday, March…
A couple of hundred fans showed up at Starfire Sports in Tukwila…
A couple of hundred fans braved cold temperatures Wednesday morning to send…
Starfire Sports in Tukwila hosted its annual Boo Fest soccer jamboree on…
Playing volleyball has taught Foster High School senior Veronica Ioane the importance of communication.
In preparation for the 2016-17 Major Arena Soccer League season, the Tacoma Stars will host an intersquad scrimmage open to the public at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Tacoma Soccer Center.
The Tacoma Stars on Monday debuted a new road kit for the club to wear during the 2016-17 Major Arena Soccer League season.
Veteran forward Alex Megson has signed with the Tacoma Stars indoor soccer team for the 2016-17 season, continuing a family legacy laid by his father.
The Tacoma Stars will kick off its second season in the Major Arena Soccer League with a home match against Soles De Sonora at 6:05 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29.
A grant from the Seattle Seahawks and NFL Foundation will allow the Foster High School to better serve its student-athletes.
Foster High School senior Isaiah Ferrer might be small, but he's fast on the football field.
Tukwila Police Department officer Charles Saguil brought home a gold medal from the U.S. Police and Fire Championships earlier this summer.
The Sounders Women soccer team face the Beach Futbol Club in the playoffs at 1 p.m. Saturday in Sacramento, Calif.
Twenty-five Foster High School athletes have received All-Seamount League honors in spring sports in voting by the league’s coaches.
The Sounders Women head into game No. 2 this weekend in the 2016 WPSL season facing the Issaquah Gunners who currently sit tied for first in the division with 4 points.
Five Foster High School athletes placed in the top 10 spots in last weekend’s tennis and track and field state tournaments.
She won her opening matches on Friday against Tumwater’s Hunter Wilmovsky, 6-0, 6-0, and North Kitsap’s Anneli Seaberg, 4-6, 6-3, 10-6.
Foster is in the SPSL's Mountain Division, along with Foss (Tacoma), White River (Buckley), Washington (Tacoma), Lindbergh (Renton), Franklin-Pierce (Tacoma/Puyallup), Fife (Fife) and Evergreen (near White Center).
Foster High School will send six athletes to state tournaments this week – five to state track and field meet and a freshman to the girls tennis tournament. And the boys soccer team under Coach Nasir Tura earlier competed in the 2A state tournament in Sumner.
The top 5 athletes from each event at the district tournaments will advance to the state tournament May 28 at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma.
With the return of some key players, the Foster Bulldogs want to improve on last season's league record.
Nearly three dozen Foster High School athletes have received All-League Seamount honors so far this school year, including senior Alvin Noa, the league’s defensive lineman of the year, and freshman Makana Montoya, named to the girls basketball first team.
Sounders FC fans can kick off the 2016 season by hopping aboard Sound Transit’s popular Sounder trains to the opening-day match against Sporting Kansas City this Sunday at 4 p.m.
The 65-63 win kept the girls’ postseason drive alive as they now will play Olympic High School of Bremerton at 7:45 pm. today (Tuesday) at Foss High School, 2112 S. Tyler St., in Tacoma near Cheney Stadium.
The girls will play River Ridge High School at 7 p.m. Thursday at River Ridge, 350 River Ridge Dr. S.E., in Lacey in the first round of the 2016 West Central/SeaKing 2A Girls district basketball tournament.
As athletic director, Harvard Jones will concentrate his effort on athletics at Foster and Showalter and managing the Performing Arts Center, the football stadium and fields.
Under new head coach James Johnson, the Foster High boys basketball team will learn how to play the game – and understand the science of basketball.
The Foster High School boys basketball team has a new coach, James Johnson, a 1999 graduate of Federal Way High School, who has coached high school and select teams.
The 2A West Central District 3 playoff game is at 7 p.m. Friday at Foster's Werner Neudorf Stadium. The teams are battling for the third place in the district playoffs.
The Foster Bulldogs are now tied for second place in Seamount League football standings with the Lindbergh Eagles, following a 27-6 loss Friday in Lindbergh's homecoming game.
The Foster High football team is already assured a spot in the district 2A playoffs, going undefeated against other Seamount League teams so far this season.