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The Jackson boys soccer team will make its first-ever state semifinal appearance Friday night.
The new team-centered format could reward the Seagulls and Knights. Plus, a look at other top locals.
The Seagulls fall to Peninusla 6-2 in the opening round of the state tournament.
The Eagles’ terrific season ends with a 7-6 walk-off loss to the Fighting Irish in the opening round.
Katie Nelson hurts her ankle, but goes on to win district titles in both the high jump and the triple jump.
Monroe, Arlington, Everett, Shorewood, E-W, Archbishop Murphy and CPC are in action Saturday.
The Timberwolves secured a state berth with a 5-3 bi-district semifinal win over rival Lake Stevens.
The Grizzlies blasted four home runs in an 11-6 bi-district semifinal loss to the Wolves.
Violations in stoppage time sink the Tomahawks in a 2-1 opening-round loss to Kamiakin.
Brittani Boortz spent nearly two weeks during the season working with displaced children in Kenya.
After squandering a late 2-goal lead, the Marauders win a penalty-kick shootout to advance to state.
State tournaments begin in boys soccer and baseball, and state berths are at stake in other sports.
The Bruins fall 1 win short of state for the 2nd consecutive year after a 7-0 loss to the Eagles.
The Bruins’ 6-2 loss Friday means they’ll have to beat Issaquah on Saturday to clinch a berth.
The Bearcats beat Issaquah in a bi-district consolation game to earn their first state berth since 1996.
The Thunderbirds handed the Eagles their first loss of the season and clinched a state berth.
The Seagulls explode for a 6-run inning to beat Edmonds-Woodway 7-3 in a district semifinal.
Monroe baseball walked off again, Meadowdale soccer won in PKs, another Lakewood hole-in-1, and more.
State berths and district titles are on the line for baseball and boys soccer.
The Seagulls win their 1st playoff game since 2010 and move within 1 win of their 1st state berth since 1995.