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Senior Trina Davis scored 4 goals and helped the Fijian National Team qualify for the OFC Nations Cup.
Both teams lose starting goalkeepers in the physical matchup between unbeaten Wesco 4A foes.
Despite being ‘the small fish in the pond,’ the Red Wolves are proving they can play with anybody.
The senior forward is a lifelong soccer player who is interested in becoming a dental hygienist.
BOYS TENNIS Wesco 4A Kamiak 6, Cascade 1 Non-league Marysville Pilchuck 6, Lakewood 1 At Totem M.S. Singles: Parker Devereux (MP) def. Alex Williams 6-0,… Continue reading
Addition of Murphy, Cedarcrest makes a tough Wesco 3A even tougher; Wesco 4A has new playoff format
After a disappointing playoff run a season ago, the Panthers have their eyes set on redemption.
Here are four prep events to keep an eye on this week as the fall season begins in earnest.
Marysville Pilchuck’s Trina Davis is off to the South Pacific eyeing a spot in the 2019 FIFA World Cup.
The senior forward led the Timberwolves to the Wesco 4A title and a berth in the state playoffs
The Herald’s Player of Year, Jadyn Edwards of Jackson, highlights the first team
The Knights outlasted Cascade (Leavenworth) in a shootout to post a 2-1 (8-7 PK) victory.
Katie Stella and Callie Wright scored for the Knights in the 2-0 win over Seattle Academy.
The Warriors were unable to muster any offense as they fell short in the 3A state quarterfinals.