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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.
Seattle Sounders FC 2 clinched the sixth and final USL Western Conference playoff spot with a 3-2 win over Austin Aztex Thursday in front of a home crowd of 2,200 at Starfire Stadium.
Looking forward to the finale, head coach Ezra Hendrickson is planning on a rejuvenation of the lineup with the addition of fellow countryman Oalex Anderson, who went 45 minutes for the club in the 1-0 loss to OC Blues FC after returning from international duty just days before.
Ammon McWashington will serve until a permanent replacement is found for J.D. Hill, who resigned last school year to become the new executive director of the Matt Griffin YMCA in SeaTac.
Starfire Sports exists because of a public-private partnership between the City of Tukwila, which owns Fort Dent Park, and Starfire, which in March 2003 launched its operations and began a massive construction and renovations on the 54-acre site along the Green River.
Drivers should take extra care and prepare for travel delays as the 2015 Group Health Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic (STP) rolls through western Washington beginning Saturday, July 11.
Foster High School’s standout soccer player, sophomore Desire Katameya, was named the Seamount League boys soccer athlete of the year by the league’s coaches.
Three Bulldogs, Eric Teng, Zane Jacobson and Emily Chanthaphone, placed in the top 15 in their events at the 2A state Track and Field Championship meet in Tacoma last weekend.