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Everett’s Megan Gordon and Jackson’s Daniel Arias win the 2018 Dwayne Lane’s Athletic Scholarships.
RaeQuan Battle calls the chance to play at Washington ‘a dream come true.’
The Tigers will go in a different direction after 2 years with Tim Dennis at the helm.
Video highlights from Friday and Saturday’s events at the state track and field meet in Tacoma.
The Colorado football signee outraces the competition for his 1st 4A state track and field crown.
Kelsey Bassett adds a pole-vault title to the diving championship she won in the fall
Edmonds-Woodway’s Yukino Parle uses a powerful closing kick to win her second state title in three years.
The Timberwolves beat the Bearcats 6-3 in an all-Wesco final for their 1st state title.
The Hawks battle hard in the title matchup, but lose 2-1 to finish in 2nd place.
Bailey Greenlee thought she had legged out the walkoff infield single and won the state championship. Instead, the first base umpire called her… Continue reading
If they both win, Saturday’s championship game will be an all-Wesco affair
The Panthers and Tomahawks each win twice to set up the all-Wesco 3A matchup at the state tournament.
The Warriors’ Hannah Hicks wins the 3A girls long jump; number of other local athletes earn top-3 medals.
The Hawks’ pitching led them to a 7-3 win over West Valley (Spokane) in a semifinal game.
The Warriors fall to Kelso 5-4 on a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the 7th inning.
Two Everett athletes come within inches of titles, take second place in their respective events
After winning an academic state title, the Hawks will try to claim a title on the diamond as well.
4A State Championhips At Mount Tahoma H.S. Boys Team scores through Day 1 (leader and local teams): Team scores not available. 1600—1. Daniel Maton (Camas)… Continue reading