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This week the Foster High School sophomore was picked the Seamount League Player of the Year for boys soccer by the league's coaches. He's the league's leading scorer this season – 23 goals and 10 assists – and one of the top high school scorers in the Seattle area.
The Foster High boys baseball team is returning four All-Seamount League players from last season as it makes a run for the playoffs.
Earlier in the state tournament in Tacoma, Cale Woyvodich beat Port Angeles High School's Gavin Crain and Ephrata High School's Carlos Flores.
Cale Woyvodich was named to received first-team wrestling honors. He's competing in the state Mat Classic this weekend.
Cale Woyvodich of Tukwila, who wrestles at 120 pounds for Foster High School, will compete in his third state wrestling tournament this weekend.
The Bulldogs will play Olympic High School at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Curtis High School, 8425 40th St. Court W., University Place.
Foster girls head into basketball postseason against ninth-ranked Liberty | UPDATE: Kingston 39, Foster 27
The Bulldogs will play again at 6:30 p.m. Friday (Feb. 13) at Bellarmine Prep High School, 2300 S. Washington St., in Tacoma against Kingston High School, which lost to Fife High School, 42-39, Wednesday night.
Joining Mark Schenck, a junior, at the regional tournament Saturday are Cale Woyvodich, who placed second at subregionals in the 120-pound weight class, Zane Galoia, who placed second at 220 pounds, and Kumar Teve, who placed fourth at 285 pounds.
The boys play Sammamish High School at 7 p.m. Thursday at Sammamish High School, 100 140th Ave. S.E., Bellevue.
The Seahawks divert 94 percent of waste generated at games from landfills, sending most of the waste for recycling and composting. In addition, millions of gallons of used cooking oil from CenturyLink Field goes to produce biodiesel.
Cale Woyvodich, again ranked No. 1 in the state in his weight class, and teammate Luis Cuellar are on track to compete in the Mat Classic state tournament next month in Tacoma.
Foster Coach Isaac Tucker says the importance of the Robersons to the team is hard to put into words. “We drop off very fast when either of them isn’t on the court,” he says. Ronnie is 6-foot-5; the roster says Freddie is 5-foot-11, but he’s not much shorter than Ronnie.
Head Coach Isaac Tucker lost seasoned starters to graduation but a key to building the sustainable program is the growing number of freshmen turning out, from one his first year as coach, to two last year and now, eight freshmen, he said.
The Foster girls team, which finished 11th overall in the subdistrict tournament, finished 15th overall at the 2A district tournament Nov. 1 at the American Lake Golf Course.
Three players received all-Seamount League honors this season. Junior hitter Ariana Serafica was named to the second team and junior hitter Reyleen Gogo and junior libero Maria Ibanez received honorable mentions.
The fall sports seasons has concluded; here's how Foster's golf, boys tennis and girls swimming teams did.
The positives for the season were an improved conference record, suffering only one "bad" beating (Kennedy Catholic, 49-0) as opposed to last year – and making the playoffs, said coach Matt Leonard.
A young Foster High girls volleyball team, headed into the district playoffs Friday, is already make plans for next season, says coach Brandi Travess.
Foster's playoff run in District 2/3 begins at 7:15 p.m. Friday (Nov. 7) against Olympic High School at the Silverdale Stadium. Foster is sending a busload of fans to the game. It's Foster's the first playoff appearance since 2009.
The Foster High girls lost 8-1 to Renton High School Indians Tuesday night at Neudorf Stadium. The lone goal was scored by junior Elizabeth Reh in the 78th minute, following a goal-keeper deflection of a penalty kick.