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The standouts from the shortened fall sports season.
The league held a virtual meet to honor athletes from its Class 4A, 3A North and 3A South divisions.
Results are from the Wesco ladder time trials.
The student-athletes have stayed positive despite numerous changes brought on by the pandemic.
An updated plan moves girls swimming to Season 3 and makes fall cross country an alternate season.
WIAA outlines the requirements for practices, competitions, with the requirements varying by sport.
Snohomish’s Kayli Kersavage wins her third diving title and Stanwood’s Jetlynn Hau repeats in the breaststroke.
Jackson’s Mia Chang earns swimmer of the meet honors; Kamiak’s Elli Straume wins her first state crown.
The state championships are Friday and Saturday at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Arizona State-bound Elli Straume has earned 12 state medals, including four top-three individual finishes.
The state meets take place Friday and Saturday at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
District volleyball, state girls swim and dive, and state girls soccer take center stage this week.
Shorecrest outlasts Snohomish for the 3A crown.
Without a home pool this season, the Wesco North champion Vikings have logged roughly 2,000 miles.
Saturday’s state cross country championships in Pasco highlight a busy week of postseason action.
The Scots’ senior grew up around the pool and has battled a shoulder injury since her sophomore year.
The Timberwolves race to a 105-65 victory in the annual showdown of local powerhouses.
Three pivotal girls soccer matches and two girls swim meets are among the highlights.
Kamiak’s Pac-12-bound star, Snohomish’s two-time diving state champ and others highlight the area’s talent.
Jetlynn Hau broke through for her first state title last season and is eyeing another this fall.