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Bulldogs run into trouble in sub-districts, still on track for state | Girls basketball

The Foster girls basketball team fell to White River and Port Angeles in the sub-district tournament over the weekend.The Bulldogs (14-8) will play the winner… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Something special emerging at Foster

The building blocks are in place, and the ascension for the Foster High girls basketball team has fully begun. Now it’s a question of how far these girls can go. Armed with capable shooters, lock-down defenders and a cast of players who have bought into second-year coach Richard Lewis’ team-first philosophy, the Bulldogs (14-6) entered the postseason this week with their eyes firmly focused on a single goal. That goal is the state tournament, which will be held from March 3-5 at the SunDome in Yakima.

WRESTLING: Foster enjoys strong showing at sub-regional tournament

The Foster High wrestling team enjoyed a breakthrough on Feb. 5 during the Class 2A sub-regional tournament. Behind a pair of standout performances, one by 103-pounder Ryan Keo and the other by 112-pounder William Wilburn, the Bulldogs brought home a solid third-place finish with 151 points.

SOUNDERS: Mohamed Mohamud playing waiting game after tryouts

Mohamed Mohamud gave it his all. Now the 21-year-old Somalian native is playing the waiting game. Representing the Tukwila-based East African Youth Sports organization, Mohamud was one of roughly 21 hopefuls who tried out for the Seattle Sounders on Jan. 29-30 at Starfire Sports Complex. "I was just focusing on all my dreams," Mohamud said Tuesday night. "I had dreamt about (the tryout) a couple of nights in a row that I was going to wear a Sounders jersey. When I went there that morning, it was incredible. It was like, 'How are you going to prove it to all these people?' I told myself I had to do it."

Bulldogs’ paths to the state tournament | Basketball

BoysThe Foster boys basketball team is tied with Renton for third overall in the Seamount.The Bulldogs and Indians are tied for the top 2A spot… Continue reading

WRESTLING: Foster brings home Sportsmanship trophy

The Foster High wrestling team brought home the Sportsmanship trophy from Cascade Christian Invitational Jan. 8. The award is voted on by the wrestlers and… Continue reading

  • Jan 27, 2011

SOUNDERS: A local list of who will be competing at the Jan. 29-30 tryout at Starfire

The Seattle Sounders will be hosting an open tryout on Jan. 29-30 at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila. Below is a look at the local soccer players who will be taking part in the tryout.

  • Jan 27, 2011

BOYS BASKETBALL: Foster hangs on, grabs pivotal win over Kennedy

The Foster High boys basketball team continued its surge Tuesday night at Kennedy Catholic. In a showdown between two of the Seamount League's top teams, the Bulldogs used a balanced scoring attack led by the 18 points of Hussein Hersi to turn back the Lancers 71-68.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Benevides delivers season high in win over Tyee

Talk about rising to the occasion.Foster High's Bianca Benevides did just that Wednesday night in a Seamount League girls basketball game against Tyee, a showdown… Continue reading

Tukwila player and former refugee to try out for Seattle Sounders

An ongoing civil war forced him from his Somali home and into a Kenyan refugee camp. But it didn’t steal his soccer dreams. For 14 years, he lived with 10 others in a hut smaller than a studio apartment and had to walk 10 miles without shoes to get running water. But it didn’t steal his soccer dreams. Cultural and language barriers have been a daily struggle since he came to America five years ago. But it hasn’t stolen his soccer dreams. If anything, Mohamed Mohamud’s resolve — his dream of a better life and one day playing soccer professionally — has only been strengthened. That dream began at the refugee camp in Hagadera, Kenya, where Mohamud’s soccer skills began to take shape. On Jan. 29-30 at Starfire Sports Complex, Mohamud’s dream could be realized, when he represents the Somali Soccer Stars, of the Tukwila-based East African Youth Sports organization, during a tryout for the Seattle Sounders.

PREPS OF THE MONTH: December edition

ADEM SUTA, FosterGrade: Sophomore.Sport: Basketball.Accomplishment: Suta scored 20 points in a 79-64 nonleague victory over River Ridge on Dec. 29. During the month, Suta averaged… Continue reading

  • Jan 14, 2011

BASKETBALL: Comcast Showcase on horizon

Some of the Pacific Northwest’s top high school girls and boys basketball teams will take part in the inaugural Comcast Showcase, a day-long celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. A total of seven games will take place the ShoWare Center in Kent.

  • Jan 12, 2011

BOYS BASKETBALL: Foster picks up two wins, braces for pivotal week in Seamount League play

The Foster High boys basketball team showed some resilience last week during the Les Schwab Christmas Classic, which was held at Kennedy High Dec. 28-30.The… Continue reading

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hill leads Bulldogs to non-league win vs Bishop Blanchet

The Foster girls basketball team beat Bishop Blanchet 50-47 in overtime Tuesday.The Bulldogs (4-2 overall, 2-2 Seamount) clamped down on defense in the extra period… Continue reading

  • Dec 22, 2010

BOYS BASKETBALL: Fourth-quarter run helps Foster put away Evergreen

A slow start turned into a big finish for the Foster High boys basketball team Friday, Dec. 17. Leading Evergreen 41-40 entering the final quarter of play, the Bulldogs turned up the heat.

VOLLEYBALL: Handful of Foster High players named All-Seamount League honorable mention

Seamount League VolleyballPlayer of Year — Jennica McPherson, Kennedy CatholicCoach of Year — Bethany Tate, EvergreenFIRST TEAMH Jennica McPherson, Sr., Kennedy Catholic; H Tianna Banfro,… Continue reading

  • Dec 15, 2010

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Top of the Hill at Foster

Basketball can be a complex game for most. For Foster’s Sahara Hill, it’s pretty simple: “I want to become the best player in this league.”

BOYS BASKETBALL: New style, same results for Foster

The question is as simple as it is complex. How does a boys basketball team that advanced to state for the fourth time in a row last year — a team with a strong history of success — replace it’s top two scorers? Specifically, how does a team that averaged 56 points per game a year ago replace roughly 32 of those, and still find a way to win?

BOYS BASKETBALL: Foster opens season with consecutive wins

The Foster High boys basketball team continued its hot start to the season Wednesday night. Adem Suta delivered a double-double, scoring 17 points and grabbing 12 rebounds, as the Bulldogs throttled Tyee 78-43 in the Seamount League opener for both teams.

GIRLS SOCCER: Several Foster High players make All-Seamount League teams

Seamount LeagueCo-players of year — Alexa Diaz, Kennedy Catholic; Priscilla Yu, HazenCoach of year — Heather Deleza, FosterSportsmanship — Evergreen, Foster, TyeeFIRST TEAMMF Alexa Diaz,… Continue reading

  • Dec 9, 2010
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