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Jacob Eason, Jake Luton, Mosese Fifita and Austin Joyner hope to have their dreams realized this week.
Maya Watkins prefers the beach game to the indoor version, and started in the Broncos’ lineup.
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Below are the candidates for The Herald’s Prep Athlete of the Month for February 2020. They were the winners of the athlete-of-the-week polls conducted during… Continue reading
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The accolades continue to pile up for Mikayla Pivec, and now she’s up for one of the most prestigious individual awards in women’s college basketball.… Continue reading
The Grizzlies and Eagles both claimed third-place trophies after falling in Friday’s state semifinals.
The Grizzlies went scoreless for the entire 1st quarter and saw their title dreams end in a 62-49 loss.
The Falcons used a massive third quarter to rout the Grizzlies 63-41 and end their title dreams.
The unbeaten Grizzlies drain 12 3-pointers to rally past Sumner for a 57-52 state quarterfinal win.
Her six 3-pointers spark GP to a win over Chiawana and set up a rematch with No. 1 Woodinville
The Grizzlies survive a miserable first quarter and rally for a 46-40 win over Camas.
With an array of playmakers and their usual stingy defense, the Grizzlies are state-title contenders.
Glacier Peak, Arlington, Shorecrest and King’s are headed to their respective tournaments.
GP, Pilchuck, Getchell, Terrace, Lakewood and King’s are headed to their respective tournaments.
Since 2010, the GP boys and girls teams have totaled the most state berths of any 4A or 3A school.
Measures are being taken at each of the three game sites to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The undefeated Grizzlies roll to a 69-43 win and cement their status as a 4A championship contender.
The Grizzlies were handed their biggest loss since 2016.
Local swimmers and relay teams capture five of the 12 championships at a record-setting 4A state meet.