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The honor is given annually to the top small forward in college basketball.
The Edmonds native scores 16 points as the No. 1 Bulldogs defeat Oklahoma 87-71.
Corey Kispert is having a spectacular senior season for unbeaten, national-title-favorite Gonzaga.
The star guard from King’s has helped lead Gonzaga to a perfect record heading into the NCAA tourney.
Former local hoops stars Paisley Johnson Harding and Jordyn Edwards also received All-WCC honors.
The Edmonds native is among the final five to be the top small forward in college basketball.
ESPN’s latest mock draft has the Gonzaga star and King’s High School alum being taken 10th overall.
The Gonzaga standout averaged 13.9 points and made 78 3-pointers last season.
Eddie McFerrin will lead the Royals; ESD honors student-athletes; King’s star picks up an offer from UW.
The Edmonds native and Gonzaga junior is playing the waiting game with the pre-draft process unsettled.
The King’s alum and Gonzaga forward won’t hire an agent and could possibly return to the Bulldogs.
The Gonzaga junior is named the Division I-AAA ADA Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
The Edmonds native and former King’s High School star has a year of eligibility remaining at Gonzaga
First- and second-team selections for the league’s boys and girls.
The Athlete of the Week nominees for March 2-8. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page.… Continue reading
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 Knights outlasted Lynden Christian in overtime for their third championship in six seasons.
The Knights will take on Seattle Academy Friday. La Salle toppled the King’s girls 41-37.
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.