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The Glacier Peak High School graduate placed ninth in her heat and did not advance to Monday’s final.
Some of the top schools in the region came out for the event, which included the popular lineman challenge.
Amy-Eloise (Neale) Markovc almost missed out on competing for Great Britain in the women’s 5,000.
The former local prep star was selected by Great Britain to run the women’s 5000 meters in Tokyo.
The Chicago State-bound senior starred while leading Glacier Peak to a perfect 9-0 season.
Amy-Eloise (Neale) Markovc finished second in the women’s 5,000 at the British Championships, but controversy reigns.
The Grizzlies went 9-0 this past season and the class of 2021 finished with a 55-9 overall record.
The Glacier Peak sophomore scored 17 goals in just 10 matches to lead the Grizzlies to a 5-1-4 mark.
WSU’s Suzy Pace and UW’s Jayden White both qualified at the NCAA West Preliminary Championship.
The Grizzlies’ two-way standout tossed a shutout and hit a walk-off home run in the same game.
The undefeated Grizzlies ride a big fourth quarter to a 59-35 win.
The Marauders stake their claim as the area’s best team with a 64-36 win over the Grizzlies.
The Glacier Peak senior running back totaled 994 yards from scrimmage and 13 TDs in just five games.
The Glacier Peak junior and University of Washington commit scored 12 goals in nine games.
The senior middle blocker has made an impact on and off the court for the Sweet 16-bound Huskies.
The Vikings run away with 28 fourth-quarter points and reaffirm their Wesco 4A supremacy in a 63-35 win.
Plus, a GP alum earned Pac-12 volleyball honors, a Kamiak alum placed at the ice dancing worlds, and more.
The Grizzlies wrap up a strong girls soccer season with a 3-0 win on Monday evening.
Oregon State also got contributions from other former area standouts in a 3-0 win over Washington.
The former area star scored 28 points to lead the 11th-seeded Cougars over the No. 6 Scarlet Knights.