FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – The Eagles may have celebrated, momentarily. At least those Federal Way basketball players on the bench rose virtually in unison, arms in the air, while Isaiah Afework dribbled off the last 14 seconds on Monday night. In the defacto 4A North Puget Sound League championship ...

Here is SBLive WA’s latest installment of top-10 boys basketball rankings for each WIAA classification (records as of Jan. 29): CLASS 4A RANKINGS1. Federal Way (18-1) 2. Mount Si (17-2) 3. Curtis (18-3) 4. Olympia (18-3) 5. Gonzaga Prep (13-3) 6. Tahoma (15-3) 7. Skyline (15-3) 8. Kentridge (15-4) ...

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced earlier this week three new venues will host the state baseball championships at the end of May. Johnson-O'Brien Stadium in Ephrata (1B/2B), Joe Martin Stadium in Bellingham (1A/2A) and Funko Field in Everett (3A/4A) are the three ...

GIG HARBOR – For as good as No. 4 Gig Harbor has looked this season, the Tides can't seem to find a way around Timberline. That was the case once again with the Blazers outlasting the Tides, 54-48, Wednesday night. Timberline was led by UNLV commit Brooklyn Hicks' 19 points and Darell Gipson's 16. ...

TACOMA — With the regular season inexorably winding down, two programs had separated themselves from the field in the 2A South Puget Sound League boys basketball race. Those teams – Enumclaw and Foss – met Tuesday in Tacoma with the top spot in the league on the line. When the final buzzer sounded, ...