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6 local girls teams are headed to the Hardwood Classic, including Glacier Peak and its swarming defense.
Jackson and Marysville Pilchuck are among the 5 local boys teams headed to the Hardwood Classic.
Learning from her college-coaching parents, King’s freshman Jada Wynn is experienced beyond her years.
The Panthers top Lake Washington 38-35 to reach the Hardwood Classic for the 3rd time in 4 years.
The Mavs mounted a stunning comeback, but their Cinderella ride ended in a 41-40 state regional loss.
After an improbable district run, the Mavericks are set for their first state appearance since 2009.
Area teams begin their quests for a state championship this weekend.
Glacier Peak, Arlington boys and Meadowdale, King’s girls begin their state tournament journeys.
17 local teams will play in the state regional round Friday or Saturday.
After forcing overtime on a buzzer-beater, the T-Wolves went cold and lost the bi-district title game.
The Grizzlies’ 19-game win streak was snapped with a 64-54 loss in the bi-district title game.
A number of other locals claimed medals at the 3A state swim and dive championships.
Vlad Gilszmer beat his twin brother for a state title and helped the Knights to a relay victory in the 4A meet.
Griffin Gardoski scored 28 and Josh Gutierrez hit 7 3-pointers in the Eagles’ district semifinal win.
A talented group of local divers will be rooting for one another at the state championships.
The state meet is Friday and Saturday at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Led by its slew of talented freestylers, Kamiak is among the favorites to claim the 4A team title.
As the snow continues to fall, area administrators face tough choices rescheduling postseason games.
Here are prep sports events to keep an eye on this week, weather permitting.
The Warriors achieve redemption for last year’s district heartbreak; Kamiak rolls to 4A team title.