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Tahoma bond measure overwhelmingly approved District’s proposed $195 million construction bond garnered 68 percent of votes in first round of ballots counted Tuesday BY KATHERINE SMITH ksmith@maplevalleyreporter.com

Tahoma School District’s $195 million construction bond measure received overwhelming approval in early returns Tuesday night with a 68 percent yes vote. With 8,230 ballots counted, 5,515 approved the bond. A construction bond requires a super majority of 60 percent to pass. “I never would have imagined 68 percent on the first returns,” said district spokes-

man Kevin Patterson Wednesday morning. “I think the community made the decision that it wants to move forward in a big way and it’s a very positive thing for not just the school district but our entire community to continue evolving as one of the best places in America for families.” The $195 million in construction bonds includes money for a new comprehensive Tahoma High School to house the district’s

students in grades 9 through 12 which would be located on 35 “This is a sense of relief for me as I go acres in the Donut Hole in Maple into retirement and Valley, which the district is in the there’s not a cloud process of purchasing from King County. The bond also includes over the system. what are referred to as warm, Also, the future of safe, and dry projects as well this community and as funding for work related to this school system realigning the district’s existing ... is unbelievable.” schools for different grade levels. Mike Maryanski Based on the projected 6 percent increase in property

values in 2014 the projected increase in the tax rate for the district’s bonds is $1.47 per $1,000 assessed value over the 2013 tax rate. That pencils out to an increase of $36.75 per month for the owner of a $300,000 home or $441 per year. The bond will be repaid over 20 years, being repaid in full in 2034. The district would have to pay interest on the bonds at a rate of about 4 percent, which would mean that over the 20 years the total cost of the $195 million bond would be $322

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A partnership between Solid Rock Community Church, Kentwood High and Mattson Middle School could help feed hundreds of families this Thanksgiving. Dave McBroom, the senior pastor of the church in Covington, said the vision is to reach out to those in need. “We ask our church members to bring specific items and we’re putting bags together,” McBroom said. “What we’re trying to do is partner with local businesses and partner with the schools. Right now it’s Kentwood and Mattson, partnering with them, our local community, we really want to help people in our community. Our church family loves to be involved in that and serve and volunteer. We love our community.” McBroom and his wife started the church more than a decade ago, but, this particular outreach program dubbed Big Give is new for Solid Rock. This is the second year of the program. A year ago, about 40 volunteers showed up at Kentwood on a Saturday morning in November to hand out bags of food and gift [ more GIVE page 6 ]

The first returns from Black Diamond shows a sweep of candidates running on the platform of controlling the growth and working for new solutions. In Covington one incumbent, Dave Lucavish, was losing to challenger Joseph Cimaomo, Jr., while other sitting council members were running either unopposed or tallied early leads.

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Shane Hill, 3, examines his haul at the Greater Maple Valley Community Center’s Trick or Trunk event held on Oct. 31 at the community center. The event included a variety of large vehicles incuding garbage trucks, dump trucks, a fire engine, and a school bus. KATHERINE SMITH, The Reporter To view a slide show go to www.maplevalleyreporter.com.

Dave Gordon was beating incumbent Mayor Rebecca Olness with nearly 71 percent of the vote in the first round of ballots counted Tuesday. The two YarrowBay master planned developments that would add 6,000 homes to the community of about 5,000 people have been contentious issues in the city and has galvanized a political movement that appears to have placed Gordon in the mayor’s seat along with a trio of City Council candidates. Incumbent Mayor Rebecca Olness has lived on Lake Sawyer for nearly 40 years, has a masters [ more VOTERS page 5 ]


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The 48th annual Auburn Veterans Day Parade boasts over 200 units and over 5,500 parade participants, including over 25 high school marching bands, military vehicles, veterans’ units, honor guards and more. The one-mile parade route travels west along Main Street to A Street NW. The parade steps off at 11 a.m. For more information about Veterans Day events in Auburn visit www. auburnwa.gov/things_ to_do.

Enrollment has declined at three of the four Kent district high schools in recent years, with Kentlake shrinking the most. Excluding students who are in Kentlake’s service area but are full-time Running Start students who don’t have any classes at Kentlake, enrollment at the school is down by 150 this school year from October 2012 according, to Kent School District spokesman Chris Loftis. Looking at data for the Kent School District comprehensive 9-12 high schools since the last boundary change that was implemented for the 200708 school year, enrollment has declined at Kentlake, Kentwood, and Kentridge, while Kent-Meridian enrollment has grown. Schools’ student counts are reported to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction each October and May, which is published, along with other

demographic information, on the OSPI website. Student counts reported to OSPI do include collegeonly running start students. This school year Kentwood’s enrollment did grow slightly, up 43 students from Oct. 2012, Loftis said. The peak enrollment for Kentwood since the boundary change six years ago was 2,230 students in October 2007, not including Running Start only students, and the peak enrollment for Kentlake during the same time was 1,833 in October 2008, also not including running start only students. The October 2012 student count that was published by OSPI for Kentwood was 2,014 and for Kentlake was 1,654. Loftis wrote in an email interview Oct. 7 that one factor affecting enrollment at Kent Schools is the proximity of other schools, particularly Auburn Mountainview High School. “We share a border with the Auburn School District and Auburn Mountain

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View (sic) is right on that border,” Loftis wrote. “Thus many students who would go to KL are physically much closer to the school in Auburn. Each year we see transfers in that direction.” This year 57 students did an in-district transfer from Kentlake to one of the other comprehensive Kent high schools, according to Loftis. Of those students, six transferred to Kent-Meridian, four to Kentridge and 47 to Kentwood. Additionally, 16 students transferred to Kent Mountain View Academy this year, and 40 transferred to Kent Phoenix Academy. Out of district transfers included 86 students who attend Auburn Mountainview, five to Auburn High School, and eight students to Tahoma. Loftis also noted that 41 students transferred in to Kentlake this year — nine from Kent-Meridian, seven from Kentwood, and 25 from out of district. Loftis described the transfer numbers as, “pretty typical.”

“People’s living and work conditions change and so does their attendance motivation and transportation comfort and/or capacity,” Loftis wrote in an email dated Oct. 7. Additionally, Loftis wrote Oct. 21 that Kentlake has seen an increase in collegeonly Running Start students — those who are in the school’s boundary but attend Running Start fulltime and have no classes at the high school — and that the district is analyzing enrollment changes. Kentlake Principal Joe Potts said that he views the changes in enrollment at the school as a natural ebb and flow. “Another way to think about it is a shifting of the population and demographics,” Potts said in a phone interview Monday. “We’re experiencing something that I think is pretty natural given the economic circumstances that we’ve seen in the community.” Potts also agreed with Loftis’ view on the proximity of other schools.

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VERTIGO Remember being little and spinning around and around in order to create the feeling of being dizzy? Although that may have been fun, bouts of unexpected dizziness are not. Vertigo is a condition with a variety of causes that leaves a person’s head spinning and can interfere with everyday life. Often, vertigo occurs when there is a problem with the inner ear. Sometimes, little clumps of calcium particles can clog up the inner ear and interfere with the signals that it sends to the brain about movement. This type of vertigo is called benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). A buildup of fluid in the ear, called Meniere’s Disease, can also cause vertigo, as can a virus or infection. Contact your healthcare provider if you experience vertigo to determine the cause of the dizzying disorder. Most cases of vertigo can be diagnosed clinically and managed in a primary care setting. Treatment for vertigo depends on what’s causing it. If vertigo is caused by a more serious underlying problem, such as a brain or neck injury, treatment for those problems often helps to alleviate the vertigo. Please call Southlake Clinic at (253) 395-1972 to schedule a consultation, or visit our clinic at 27005 168th Place SE in Covington. We are open on Saturdays.

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“If they (students) can look out the kitchen window and see Auburn Mountainview and it’s a good school, it kind of fits,” Potts said. Potts added that there are pros and cons to a smaller school. Among the pros he cited streamlined operations and greater efficiency and more room for students. On the other hand, fewer students has implications for staffing at the school. This year at Kentlake two teachers voluntarily transferred to other schools — one to Mill Creek and one to Kentwood — and 2.4 positions that were allocated to Kentlake were never filled. “The downsides are that you don’t have the students, you don’t have the staff,” Potts said.

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Nine months ago my life changed in every way. Cash Mobs was launched and we have never looked back. Over these last few months we have worked to draw awareness to the importance of shopping local and getting involved in the community. It truly has been amazing to hear the responses from so many residents about how they had never thought about shopping local. It was never something they thought about as they went about their day. Now, many of our residents pause to think before they pull in to a coffee drive-thru. shop at large corporate stores or log on to do their purchasing online. Thank you, and our local business owners thank you as well. Many businesses have shared that customers have walked in saying they heard about them on our Facebook page or that a neighbor encouraged them to shop local and to keep their money right here in town. From Cash Mobs we ended up creating a local business website so that people could start to learn about our local businesses, owners and products. As we did this we also started talking to our residents, business owners and city officials. What we heard over and over was that until our residents can have their social and cultural needs met they are struggling to stay in the community and support businesses the way that we would like to. Business owners shared that they struggled with how to effectively reach our residents and even tell them that they exist. City officials shared that they struggle with bringing in social and cultural opportunities that our

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When County Executive Dow Constantine proposed his 2014 Executive Budget Sept. 23, we were pleased to see funding was included to re-open the Hicks – Raburn Maple Valley Sheriff ’s Office Precinct on Highway 169. Since evaluating the decision to shutter the precinct, it has been our top public safety to reopen this vital resource for the Sheriff ’s Office and the residents of southeast King County. In the wake of the recession, King County made the decision to consolidate the Kenmore — over 30 years old — and Maple Valley — more than 25 years old — precincts into one police station located at Sammamish City Hall. In northeast King County, the results have been positive — deputies were brought closer to the unincorporated residents that they

residents are craving. So, we have taken our next step forward, and its a very exciting and a large step if I do say so myself. We have launched a nonprofit called Pull Together. Our nonprofit’s mission is to develop and assist those dynamic forces in the Maple Valley and surrounding areas that can bring about planned social changes, enhancements of cultural opportunities, and a sustainable economic infrastructure that can support positive growth. Pull Together is designed to do just that – pull our community together. Our focus is our residents and the role that they play. We understand that in order to have a sustainable economic infrastructure we need to provide the residents what they are asking for: social and cultural opportunities right here. Most of our social

and cultural opportunities require volunteers. Volunteers come from our residents. See the pattern? Our residents matter. We have many things going on in our community but we struggle to communicate what we have. This is where we want to help. We will pull together our community in multiple ways with events, free business marketing and monthly meetings so that we can start talking to each other. We will share where volunteer opportunities exist, we will fund the creation of social and cultural programs that our residents are leaving town to obtain and we will work together. We fully understand that this is a large undertaking and these changes will not happen over night. We will start with items that are quick and easy

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serve and the county looks to make a profit on the old building. The results for the communities of southeast King County were much different. Deputies were farther away from unincorporated King County and they had no place to interview a suspect, hold a meaningful roll call, or have adequate room to conduct a breathalyzer test on a DUI suspect. The experiment was worth trying in a difficult economic climate, but it’s time to bring a police station back to our communities. For all kinds of reasons, people need a local police station. Maybe a victim of domestic violence would like to speak to a deputy without a police car parked in front of his or her home. Or just go into a police station and ask a cop a question. Most important of all, the re-opening of the Hicks-Raburn Precinct will allow our deputies to wrap up their investigations faster and get back on the street to protect the public. The Hicks-Raburn Precinct was built as a police station, and it’s ready to use. There are holding cells for suspects and interview rooms for witnesses. There is a

large conference room for outside community events. Additionally, a leaner and meaner operation will be run at the location — deputies working ancillary duties and their specialized equipment will be based at the precinct, saving the county over $120,000 annually in rent at facilities where they would otherwise be located. This includes the Sheriff ’s SWAT Team, Bomb Squad, Search and Rescue, and the Marine Unit. If the King County Council approves reopening the Hicks-Raburn Precinct, it will be a huge win for the residents of southeast King County. They will see an increased police presence in their community, and be able to avail themselves to the numerous services that a police station provides. We applaud the Executive for his proposal to reopen this precinct, and urge full support from the King County Council for this vital resource.

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www.covingtonreporter.com • www.maplevalleyreporter.com management, distribution management as well as marketing and budgeting. Morgan has lived in Black Diamond for 35 and has a masters degree in medical laboratory science and a bachelor of science in ecology. Morgan was vice president of MORPAC and also worked as a medical scientist. Shawn Oglesbee challenged incumbent Carol Benson for position No. 4, to which Benson was appointed in 2012 after the seat was vacated. Benson tallied a 70.30 percent lead with 580 votes Tuesday night. Oglesbee moved to Black Diamond with his family in 2007 and works as a project manager in construction and is an Army veteran. Benson has lived in Black Diamond for 34 years and during her career worked as a chief financial officer with experience in finance and development. Patrick Nelson ran against incumbent Janie Edelman for position No. 3. Edelman was appointed to the council in March to fill a vacated seat. Edelman had a com-

[ VOTERS from page 1] degree in education from the University of Washington, and worked for the Kent School District for more than 30 years. She was first elected to the Black Diamond City Council in 2005 and was elected to her first term as mayor in 2009. Challenger and political newcomer Dave Gordon moved to Black Diamond about seven years ago. Gordon designs and builds computers that monitor flight testing for Boeing.

BLACK DIAMOND CITY COUNCIL In Black Diamond City Council races Bill Roth and Erika Morgan competed for position No. 2 which is currently held by Craig Goodwin who didn’t run for re-election. Morgan took a considerable lead with 66.99 percent, or 552 votes, over Roth in the first round of ballots counted. Roth moved to Washington in late 1991 from California and lived on the Eastside before moving to Black Diamond and is a career businessman and has worked in sales, sales

[ SHERIDAN from page 4] fix and/or create. Pull Together will always have five different areas that we are working on. As we check one off the list then we will add another. But, we do not know all the needs. We need your help. We want to hear from you. We want to support your thoughts and ideas. If you would like to be part of building a stronger foundation in our community we would love to have you and here is where you can get involved. Please attend our battle of the bands and silent auction 6 p.m. Nov. 23 at Tahoma Middle School. All money raised will go directly to create or fund youth programs in our community. Obviously

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manding lead of 76.11 percent over Nelson after the first round of votes were tallied. Nelson was raised in Kent and lived there until 10 years ago when he and his wife decided to move to Black Diamond. Nelson works in sales for Smith Brothers Dairy. Edelman grew up in Bellevue and spent 19 years at Boeing, working her way up from a secretarial position to serving as a manger. After retiring Edelman and her husband traveled and decided to moved to Lake Sawyer 24 years ago.

MAPLE VALLEY In Maple Valley’s lone contested race, incumbent Victoria Laise Jonas led with 53.36 percent over challenger Leslie Burberry. Originally from Lexington, Ky., Burberry grew up on a horse and tobacco farm and attended Cincinnati Christian University. He and his wife, Patricia, have six children ranging in age from 9 to 25, three of whom currently attend Tahoma schools. Burberry is a regional sales manager for AAA, a position he has

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Pull Together. We know that we have an amazing community and that when we can all pull together we will make it even better and stronger for our residents and our businesses. You can find out more about us and our next steps at www.pull-together.org, email me at megan@pull-together. org or call 253.223.1593.

Megan Sheridan is a Maple Valley resident. She writes occasional columns about interesting people, businesses and issues in the community. She can be reached at 253223-1593 or megan@pull-together.org.

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the business into Covington from Kent. Cimaomo is a manager at Big Lots! Jim Scott had a commanding early advantage over challenger Zbigniew George Tomalik, with 83.34 percent, or 1,271 votes for Position No. 6. Scott, who has been on the council since 2006, for Position No. 6. Scott, who is seeking his second full term, has worked in the investment arena for 28 years. Tomalik grew up in Poland then came to the region when he was 17 and bought his first home in Covington in 1983. He is the vice president of a small division — a 10-person outfit in Kent — of a French company. Mark Lanza, who works for the Kent School District, is running opposed for Position No. 2. He has served three terms on the Covington City Council. Covington’s transportation benefit district sales tax, which needs a simple majority, garnered 48.36 percent approval with 825 votes while 881 voters, or 51.64 percent, voted against the proposed special taxing

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[ BOND from page 1] million. Construction of the high school building is projected to cost about $144 million or about $250 per square foot. Those figures don’t include the costs for planning the site and permitting. The plans for district realignment call for Glacier Park and Rock Creek to remain elementary schools. Lake Wilderness, which is currently the largest elementary school in the state, will also remain an elementary school but the older portion of the school will be torn down and the

[ GIVE from page 1] cards for Fred Meyer to families in need so they could provide a Thanksgiving meal. Paula Valdovinos, the children’s pastor and outreach director at Solid Rock, said one church in the area started it and invited other churches to get involved. She said they had 240 families come to Kentwood last year. “I just wanted to be, when I came over here, an extension of that because other churches are giving at Thanksgiving, they may be doing it a little bit differently than we are but some of them are doing the same thing,� Valdovinos said. “Last year being our first year I think that will be even bigger this year and hopefully we can get

school will become about half its current size. Shadow Lake will also remain an elementary school but will only house half the elementary grades, with the other half housed at Cedar River as a companion school. Tahoma Middle School is slated to become an elementary school and Tahoma Junior High and the current Tahoma High School building will both be turned into middle schools. The last time that a construction bond was passed in the district was in 1997 for $45 million, which paid for the remodeling of the current Tahoma High School among other projects, and is still being repaid. Tahoma’s last bond measure in April 2011 garnered just

the word out. This is open to anybody who feels they need groceries. There is no judgment. There is no pre-qualification for it.� In 2012, there were 500 bags filled, but the extra did not go to waste, McBroom said. “The other thing that we did with the extra bags that we had left is that we gave them out as we became aware of the need and we gave quite a bit to Kentwood as they were in the middle of a food drive,� McBroom said. Valdovinos said she appreciated the efforts of Jo Anne Daughtry, athletics and activities director at Kentwood, as well as the students there. “Kentwood was a great contributor,� Valdovinos said. “When I delivered 500 bags of

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Lessons offered at new music school in Four Corners instructing students in a variety of instruments including ethnic or unusual ones like the didgeridoo or harmonica. The academy is offering scholarships, free loan of instruments, and free lessons for kids who otherwise would not be able to get into a music program based on the needs of the family, but is essentially open to anyone interested in the study of a musical instrument. “They’ll tell us what they want to do, and we’ll make sure we create the path for them to reach that goal,” Kirmser said of new students. Kirmser followed his own unique path to his current level of involvement with music. He began in the United States Navy band after a tour in Vietnam before studying music education at Kansas State University. He worked in the repair industry and operated his own shop in Indiana before he was invited to Washington. In 1979, he began a two-year musical instrument repair program at Renton Technical College. Kirmser semi-retired, at least from teaching, and opened the Music Trader with his wife in 1995. His personal history

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Lars Kirmser, owner of Music Trader in Maple Valley, wanted to offer young aspiring musicians another place to learn. “It’s a completely different environment now than it was 10 years ago where kids could follow a lot of paths to a much higher level within the public schools,” Kirmer said. “Today it’s pretty much a dead end for these kids.” He opened Kirmser Academy of Music opened Sept. 3, paying homage to his parents in the name of the school. While the Music Trader continues to function in the same capacity of musical instrument repair and restoration, instrument rental and sale as well as musical supply, the academy is a nonprofit offering lessons to the community. The Music Trader space, located next to El Caporal in Four Corners, now includes 10 studios and a large performance area for the use of the academy. An academy staff of mainly credentialed teachers will be

SENATE PANEL COMING TO BLACK DIAMOND FOR GROWTH-LIMITS DISCUSSION State Sen. Pam Roach, R-Auburn is bringing the Senate Governmental Operations Committee to Black Diamond for a public hearing 7 p.m. Nov. 13 at the Eagles Lodge at 32618 Railroad Avenue. Roach, chair of the committee, said the Growth Management Act has been in effect since 1990, yet there has never been a review of its demerits or effectiveness. “Development efforts in the Black Diamond area are serving as a case study. Some have said it’s the ‘perfect storm’ because all the major components of the GMA are at play there,” Roach said. Roach has arranged for proponents and opponents of the original GMA to make brief presentations before her committee. Lawmakers will then listen to stakeholders from the area and ask for public testimony.

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“Legislative review is a vital part of the process,” said Roach. “We want to find out how we can help our communities as we prepare for the upcoming legislative session.” She said the Senate committee will discuss proposed changes to the GMA during its 3:30 p.m. Nov. 21 meeting at the Capitol in Senate Hearing Room 2.

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BROCKSHMIDT TO RUN IN 1B/2B CROSS COUNTRY STATE MEET Josh Brockschmidt, a sophomore and cross country runner at Rainier Christian High School, qualified for the 1B/2B state meet at last weekend’s district tournament in Tacoma. The state championship will be at the Sun Willows Golf Course. Brockschmidt will compete against approximately 1,500 runners from more than 225 schools from across Washington. “I couldn’t be more proud of Brockschmidt’s success this season and at the district meet,” said coach Heather Buckles. “His race was very exciting and being able to compete at the state level is a real honor.”

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As the West Central bidistrict volleyball tournament is set to start Friday, Kentwood and Tahoma look to make it back to the state volleyball tournament this year while Kentlake enjoyed its first post-season appearance in at least seven years. Neither Tahoma or Kentwood made it out of the district tournament a year ago, which was particularly tough for the Conquerors who made it to the state title game two seasons ago and lost to Olympia. With a 7-1 record in the South Puget Sound League 4A North, the Conquerors won the division in the last match of the regular season, a 3-1 victory over the Ravens of Auburn Riverside. “It was such a relieving accomplishment,” said senior opposite hitter Sarah Toeaina. “We knew we had the potential to do it. Very exciting and very proud of the team for doing that — I think I had a little more joy beating (Riverside) than winning the title because of our history with them — I loved that.” Winning the North was something Kentwood

had its eyes on, explained Lauren Hackett, a senior outside hitter. “It’s definitely something that has been a goal every year, so to follow through, especially with so many younger players this year, is exciting,” Hackett said. “It’s also good to beat Riverside because they knocked us out last year.” It was a bit of revenge for the Conks in the win Oct. 29 over the Ravens. Hackett explained they played well to start off with then let Riverside back in before closing it out. As satisfying as it was, Hackett said, there are lessons in every match. “We learned a lot this season about how when we lose focus, that’s our fatal flaw,” Hackett said. “That ends up biting us in the butt. I think that’s what happened against Kentridge.” It was a 3-2 loss to the Chargers Oct. 14, the Conquerors only defeat of the league season, which really provided a learning opportunity. “That’s something we’re learning as the season goes on,” Hackett said. “We’re prepared. We just have to close out.” Hackett added that because the team has fun and

plays relaxed, it is sometimes hard for the Conks to finish a match strong, but they’re learning how to do that now. Kentwood’s primary strength, Hackett said, is the fact that opponents need to be prepared to defend all three of its hitters — Hackett, Toeaina and Mele Halahuni. “It’s not just one hitter, it’s me, it’s Sarah, it’s Mele,” Hackett said. “And Sarah’s been killing it.” Toeaina echoed Hackett’s sentiment about Kentwood’s offensive weapons. “You can shut down one hitter,” Toeaina said. “But to shut them all down is hard to do.” Hackett said she and Toeaina take their roles as captains seriously, too, which she thinks is important to build on Kentwood’s volleyball tradition. “The fact the underclassmen look up to us, that pushes us,” Hackett said. “We have to lead them, how much they give in a game is how much we give.” And the Conquerors will not be happy with winning the division, the top seed out of the SPSL into the district tournament, no they want more. [ more STATE page 14 ]

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Kentwood held off Kentlake in a 27-24 overtime win Nov. 1 to clinch its second straight South Puget Sound League 4A North football crown thanks to a pair of field goals from kicker Brandyn Bangsund. This was Kentwood’s second overtime victory of the season in a back and forth affair with playoff seeding implications. It was the Falcons who struck first on a 16-yard scoring run by senior quarterback D’marye Dedrick with 5 minutes, 47 seconds left in the first quarter but the Conquerors responded quickly on a pair of Brandon Sytsma runs — a 57-yarder on the ensuing drive set up the senior running back’s three-yard touchdown with 4:52 on the clock in the first frame, but the missed PAT allowed Kentlake to retain a 7-6 lead. Early in the second quarter Dedrick hit Tyler Harris in the corner of the end zone on fourth and long for a 20-yard touchdown to put Kentlake up 14-6. Again, Kentwood responded, this time with a 49-yard run by Sytsma who took it to the house. The two-point conversion failed and Kentlake retained a narrow 1412 lead with 9:42 left in the second. On the Falcons’ next series, the Conks’ Marcus Lubom returned a turnover for a

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touchdown to give Kentwood its first lead of the game at 18-14 with 7:55 left in the first half. Kentlake took advantage of a short field after John Morasch put together a 64 yard kickoff return. The drive, which chewed up more than four and a half minutes of clock, was capped with a touchdown when Danstan Kaunda punched it in from one yard out to give the Falcons the lead again, this time 21-18 with 3:14 left in the second quarter. Kentwood responded yet again in the third quarter thanks to a long Sytsma run. On second and 14, Sytsma ran from his own 26 to the Kentlake 10, setting himself up for another touchdown run a few plays later to make it a 25-21 Kentwood lead with 48 seconds on the clock in the first half. The scoring slowed down in the second half. Kentlake took the lead back with five seconds left in the third quarter Taylor Roney ran it in from inside the 10, slipping in just inside the pylon, to make it 28-25 in Kentlake’s favor. With four seconds left on fourth down, Bangsund tied the game with a 29-yard field goal, sending it into overtime. In the first overtime, Kentwood started with the ball, and Bangsund put the Conks ahead 31-28 with a 28-yard kick. Then the Kentwood defense stepped up as Kentlake

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struggled to move the ball which ended on an incomplete pass that secured the victory for the Conks over the Falcons. Kentlake will play a crossover game against Bethel at 7 p.m. Friday at Art Crate Stadium in Puyallup to wrap up the season while Kentwood will take on Eastlake, the fourth seed out of KingCo 4A, either Friday or Saturday night. Winner of that game will be the top seed out of District 3.

TAHOMA 21, THOMAS JEFFERSON 13 Tahoma defeated Thomas Jefferson at the Bears’ homecoming game Nov. 1 to secure the number 3 seed out of the SPSL North headed into the playoffs. The first quarter started off with both teams forced to punt. On the Raiders second possession they opted to go for the conversion on fourth down and pushed through to earn a new set of downs. With that Thomas Jefferson continued to push down field and struck first with a touchdown and the PAT to put Jefferson up 7-0 with 3:04 to go in the first quarter. In the second quarter the Bears breakthrough came courtesy of sophomore O.J. Jenkins, who intercepted the ball in the Bears’ end zone with 9:38 to go in the half. Tahoma marched the ball down to the 35 yard line in Jefferson territory and on the next play Denham Patricelli made a catch moving down to the 30. A personal foul was called on a Raiders player for dragging on Patricelli’s jersey which put the Bears on the 15 yard line. A few plays later Jerome Woods went in for the touchdown and the extra point tied things up 7-7 with just under eight minutes to go in the half. On the next drive Jefferson started on its

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own 20 yard line and made it out to the 23 before a sack by Woods pushed the Raiders back to their own 11 and they were forced to punt. The remainder of the first half the teams traded punts, which left the score at 7-7 to end the half. On Tahoma’s first drive of the third quarter Nelson connected with Williams to earn the first down and put the ball on 44 yard line. On third and four a flag on Jefferson gave Tahoma another first down which the Bears followed up with a long pass to Williams who made the catch at the 16 yard line. On fourth and eight, Nelson scrambled and connected with Patricelli for the touchdown. The extra point was good and put Tahoma up 14-7. On their next possession, the Bears crossed into Raiders’ territory and Woods carried the ball just short of the 20 yard line. Another flag against Jefferson pushed Tahoma to the 12 yard line. Joe Donahue got the touchdown for the Bears and the extra point put Tahoma up 21-7 with just over 2:30 to go in the quarter. On the first drive of the fourth quarter Jefferson pushed downfield and scored with just under eight minutes to go. The extra point was blocked by Tahoma, making the score 21-13. Jefferson went for the onside kick, but Tahoma recovered and started on the Raiders’ 47 yard line. The two teams traded punts again and on the last drive of the game the Bears held Thomas Jefferson to clinch the win. The victory secured Tahoma the No. 3 seed out of the North division. This week they’ll play Gig Harbor in the first round of the playoffs.

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Kentlake girls swim second at district meet BY KATHERINE SMITH ksmith@maplevalleyreporter.com

Kentlake girls swim and dive came up big again with a second place team finish at the West Central District swim meet Oct. 31-Nov. 2 at the Curtis Aquatic Center. The meet was won by Gig Harbor and Tahoma finished sixth out of 16 teams while Kentwood came in ninth. The Falcons were led by a win in the 100 yard backstroke by senior Kyndal Phillips with a time of 56.84 seconds. The Kentlake 200 medley relay of Allie Losacco,

Laura Williams, Phillips, and Avalyne Peters finished second with a time of 1 minute, 54.09 seconds. Other second place finishes for Kentlake included Williams in the 200 individual medley, Phillips in the 100 butterfly, and the 200 freestyle relay of Peters, Losacco, Williams and Phillips, which tied with the relay team from Mount Rainier. Junior Lizzy Reichlinger finished third in diving and Williams finished third in the 100 breaststroke. Other top finishes for the Falcons included ninth and 12th place finishes for Losacco and Jenny Ste-

freestyle and Jessica Miller in the 100 butterfly. Also finishing in third place for the Bears was the 400 freestyle relay of Allie Duven, Hailie Mazick, Lindsey Hanger and MacKenzie Dress. Other top finishers for the Bears included the 200 medley relay of Collins, Hanger, Miller and Mazick who finished fifth overall, fifth and ninth place finishes by Miller and Hanger, respectively, in the 50 freestyle, a 15th place finish by diver Ashley Lewis, 15th place in the 100 butterfly by Duven, seventh and 12th by Hanger and Mazick, respectively, in the 100 freestyle,

fanescu in the 200 freestyle, respectively, a fifth place finish by diver Katie Beliveau, 13th place in the 100 butterfly by Amelia Knobloch, ninth and 11th place in the 500 freestyle by Losacco and Stefanescu, a 10th place finish by Nicole Bolstad in the 100 breaststroke, and a ninth place finish by the 400 freestyle relay team of Peters, Losacco, Bolstad, and Stefanescu.

TAHOMA TRIO WITH THIRD PLACE FINISHES The Tahoma Bears were led by a trio of third place finishes in individual events, namely juniors Jill Collins in the 50 and 100

10th in the 500 freestyle by Olivia Halbert, and a 10th place finish by the 200 freestyle relay of Duven, Hanger, Dress, and Hannah Adam.

KENTWOODâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S NATALIE LESNICK SHINES Kentwood was led by a pair of third place finishes by senior Natalie Lesnick in the 200 free and and 500 free. Other top finishes for the Conquerors included an 11th place finish by the 200 medley relay of Drew Vagen, Emma Vagen, and Mae Waite, and Natalie Lesnick as well as a seventh place finish for Hannah

Lesnick in the 200 individual medley, a 16th place finish in diving by Emma Vagen, a 12th place finish in the 100 butterfly by Waite, and an eighth place finish by the 200 freestyle relay of Emma Vagen, Waite, Drew Vagen, and Natalie Lesnick, as well as an eighth place finish in the 400 freestyle relay by the team of Drew Vagen, Avry Freaney, Delaney Mathews, and Hannah Lesnick. The top six finishers in each event advance to the state meet at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way Nov. 15-16. For more information about the state meet, go to www.wiaa.com.

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Project Location: The subject property is located near the corner of Covington Way SE and 165th Place SE, Parcel No. 352205-9215, and is situated in Section 35, Township 22N and Range 5E in the City of Covington, King County, WA. Project Description: The Applicant is proposing to import 200,000 cubic yards of fill material with associated site improvements on 20.47 acres in the Downtown General Commercial (GC) zone. SEPA review is required due to the amount of proposed fill material. Emergency Services will be provided by the City of Covington and the Kent Fire Department, Regional Fire Authority. The Applicant has not identified any environmentally critical areas on-site. This grading permit is associated with an active code enforcement action (CV13-0009) on the property regarding numerous violations of the Covington Municipal Code including illegal fill activities. Environmental Documents: Site Plan (Barghausen Consulting Engineers, received by the City August 19, 2013), SEPA Environmental Checklist (signed July 1, 2013), Geotechnical Report (Terra and Associates, Inc., received by the City May 17, 2013), Arborist Report (Tree Solutions, Inc., received by the City May 15, 2013) and other information on file with the lead agency. Responsible Official/ Lead Agency

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Our biggest thing is to win two in districts. I think we can go to state then itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a different game from there.â&#x20AC;? Guest, a senior setter, said she is excited about making it to the playoffs because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s her final year with Tahoma. She explained that the Bears were able to come together quickly in the preseason which translated to success during league contests. That should help as they prepare for the district tournament. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Just knowing how each other plays, helping each otherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weaknesses and playing off each otherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s strengths as weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve gotten to know each other,â&#x20AC;? Guest said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When we all focus, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really good, and we pass really well. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to need to work hard and come out strong and believe that we can get there.â&#x20AC;? Tahoma has the skills and the talent, Guest explained, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just a matter of focusing in practice and not getting intimidated by some of the tough players from other schools. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re coming out to fight this year,â&#x20AC;? Guest said. Burdulis said Tahoma may have a lot of new faces but no one should look past

the Bears. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re scrappy,â&#x20AC;? Burdulis said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Everybody can play every position. It helps when everybody has confidence in each other.â&#x20AC;? And while Kentlake did not win its loser-out SPSL crossover Nov. 2 against Spanaway Lake, the experience was an important one for the team. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a really exciting experience for everyone,â&#x20AC;? said junior outside hitter Lexi Lockhart. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a big thing to get to that level and continue our season.â&#x20AC;? Thanks to a 4-4 record in league, the Falcons made their first appearance in years, despite having a young team. Lockhart attributed some inspiration to Kentlake graduate Courtney Thompson, who visited with the team, watched the Falcons play and offered insight on success against tough odds. Thompson won three state titles at Kentlake, a national championship in 2005 with the University of Washington and a silver medal at the 2012 Olympics in London despite being told in high school she wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t tall enough to play at an elite level.

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