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King’s Way Christian Knights

Trico League sticks with plans to open fall sports practices Monday

January 29, 2021, 2:40pm Newsletter

League hopeful to start playing games in higher-risk sports the week of Feb. 15 Read story

Ridgefield lineman Bailey Meek commits to play football at Army

September 19, 2020, 12:34pm Prep Sports

Ridgefield High School defensive lineman Bailey Meek couldn’t wait any longer to make a decision about his football future. Read story

King's Way players celebrate after an interception in the first quarter at Kiggins Bowl on Thursday evening, Aug. 31, 2017.

King’s Way Christian puts varsity football on pause

King's Way players celebrate after an interception in the first quarter at Kiggins Bowl on Thursday evening, Aug. 31, 2017.

July 6, 2020, 5:02pm Prep Sports

Low turnout for Knights program leaves Trico League with four teams Read story

King's Way Christian baseball players hoist the championship trophy after beating Cedar Park Christian in 2017.

Spring back: King’s Way Christian hoists first baseball state championship

King's Way Christian baseball players hoist the championship trophy after beating Cedar Park Christian in 2017.

June 6, 2020, 7:00pm Prep Sports

King’s Way Christian High School launched its baseball program in 2015. Two years later, the Knights captured the first state team title in any sport in school history. The Knights would return to the 1A state title game in 2018, but lose to place second. Read story

Bailey Meek, King's Way Christian football

Bailey Meek of King’s Way Christian has his pick of 11 schools for college football

Bailey Meek, King's Way Christian football

May 29, 2020, 4:12pm Prep Sports

King’s Way Christian has never had an athlete move on to play NCAA Division I football. Bailey Meek, who will enter his senior season in the fall, is well on his way to changing that. Read story

King's Way Christian's new 900-seat roofed bleachers.
Bryce Dodge said he learned about preparing to pitch from former King's Way stars like Damon Casetta-Stubbs and Sam Lauderdale.

Knights with a new quest: King’s Way Christian baseball aims to get back to state

Bryce Dodge said he learned about preparing to pitch from former King's Way stars like Damon Casetta-Stubbs and Sam Lauderdale.

March 27, 2020, 8:40pm Prep Sports

Dodge, Mairs hoping to lead the way for young Knights Read story

Union's Tanner Toolson went from a 5-foot-6 freshman nicknamed "Little Bambi" into a 6-foot-5 standout for the 27-1 Titans and the All-Region player of the year.

All-Region Boys Basketball Player of the Year: Union senior Tanner Toolson

Union's Tanner Toolson went from a 5-foot-6 freshman nicknamed "Little Bambi" into a 6-foot-5 standout for the 27-1 Titans and the All-Region player of the year.

March 21, 2020, 5:00pm Newsletter

To most basketball players, a postseason award is a humbling honor, and a reflection of a season filled with successes. For Union High's Tanner Toolson, The Columbian's All-Region boys basketball player of the year, it symbolizes so much more. Read story

King's Way Christian senior Kobi Cason defends an inbounds pass late in the Knights' 58-57 overtime loss to River View on Friday at the 1A state basketball tournament in Yakima.

King’s Way season ends with overtime heartbreaker

King's Way Christian senior Kobi Cason defends an inbounds pass late in the Knights' 58-57 overtime loss to River View on Friday at the 1A state basketball tournament in Yakima.

March 6, 2020, 10:48am Latest News

King’s Way Christian’s season came to an end in heartbreaking fashion at the 1A boys basketball state tournament on Friday. The Knights lost to River View 58-57 in overtime in the fourth-place semifinal at the Yakima Valley SunDome. Read story

King's Way Christian's Brady Metz (31) defends an inbounds pass by Seattle Academy's Teja Singh in the 1A state quarterfinals on Thursday in Yakima (Micah Rice/The Columbian)

King’s Way Christian falls to Seattle Academy in 1A quarterfinals

King's Way Christian's Brady Metz (31) defends an inbounds pass by Seattle Academy's Teja Singh in the 1A state quarterfinals on Thursday in Yakima (Micah Rice/The Columbian)

March 5, 2020, 12:04pm Latest News

YAKIMA – King’s Way Christian put up a fight, but fell short against top-seeded Seattle Academy on Thursday in the 1A boys basketball state quarterfinals. Read story