The Everett Rowing Association captured first place in the Boys High School Varsity Eight race at the 2012 Windermere Cup on May 5 in Seattle.
The ERA boat completed the 2,000-meter race in 5 minutes, 52.7 seconds. Brentwood College School was second in 5:55.3.
The ERA boat included coxswain Charles Forrest and oarsmen Beau Skalley, Sam Helms, Philip Walczak, Alex Walczak, Alex Engel, Christopher Archer, Eric Engel and Cole Borseth.
Snohomish High School graduate Emily Guthrie finished in a tie for 20th place last week at the NCAA Division III Women’s Golf Championships.
A field of 101 players competed in the championships May 8-11 at Zollner Golf Course in Angola, Ind.
Guthrie, a junior at Whitworth University in Spokane, shot rounds of 80, 76, 79 and 78 for a 25-over-par 313 total. She finished 11 strokes behind the medalist, Catherine Wagner of Wisconsin-Eau Clare.
Methodist University, located in Fayetteville, N.C., won its 15th straight team championship.
The Lynnwood-based Northwest Nationals Girls 99 Red soccer team won the U-12 state championship on May 6 in Tukwila.
The Nationals defeated Crossfire Premier 99A of Redmond 3-2 in the title game. The victory earned the Lynnwood team the right to compete in the U.S. Youth Soccer Far West Regional Tournament on June 18-24 in Phoenix, Ariz.
Members of the Northwest Nationals included Kamryn Adcock, Kaya Baird, Kiah Dayton, Caylie Etherington, Emma Fleming, Lauren Landis, Donnya Kvinge, Mara Louter, Mykaela Marsh, Alison Monroe, Ally Peterson, Malia Pivec, Halle Porter, Erin Ripple, Kylie Russell, Katie Stella and Anna Whitaker. Vadim Tolstolutsky coached the squad along with assistants Eugene Poublon, Scott Newman, and Makenna Brinster.
Two athletes from Everett-based Leading Gymnastics won all-around titles at the 2012 Level 5/6 State Championships held April 28-29 in Bellevue.
Lauren Quane, 9, of Mill Creek, won the Level 5 All-Around title in the Youth A Division with a score of 37.475. She also placed first in the vault (9.225) and the bars (9.8).
Julissa Huesca, 10, of Everett, won the beam championship (9.6) en route to the Level 5 All-Around title in the Junior A Division. She finished with an overall score of 37.125.