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September 9, 2014 at 6:41 PM

Memorial Football Classic celebrates Metro League

For the first time in more than 12 years, all high schools in the Seattle Public Schools district will compete in the same league. This weekend, the Metro League will celebrate its reunification with the Memorial Football Classic, a two-day, 10-team football event. On Tuesday, team captains, coaches and school district representatives came together…

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Triple Play: Softball notes on Woodinville, Bainbridge and Enumclaw, for starters, and national rankings

We’re well into the early part of the softball season – hey, we’ve even had a few games snowed out as usual for March – so I want to get my weekly blog notebook started. I’m calling it Triple Play because I plan to feature three teams or players each Thursday.  And as we get a little…

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