The Trojans’ Markieth Brown Jr. and Hannah Hezekiah were honored as top players.
A host of local players were named among the best in their respective conferences.
Here’s some more candidates for the hypothetical college team comprised of county natives.
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RaeQuan Battle scored 25 points for the Tomahawks in a key early Wesco 3A victory over the Hawks.
Mason Christianson scored 28 points for the unbeaten Hawks.
Lynnwood girls basketball standout Amayah Kirkman was honored by the WIAA.
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The soft-spoken senior leads the Hawks by example and hopes to crack the top 5 at state this weekend.
The Red Raiders rush for 298 yards and deny the Hawks a chance at an outright league title with a 17-7 win.
Linebacker Devante Downs sticks on Minnesota’s initial 53-man roster.
Mill Creek Little League players lended a hand to fellow athletes at nationals.
Nalin Sood has spent 31 years coaching his alma mater and is known for his meticulous preparation.
The Mountlake Terrace soccer star was the top vote-getter in our online poll.
The Mountlake Terrace senior scored 47 goals in a record-setting campaign.
Athletes are honored in baseball, softball, golf, track, boys soccer and girls tennis.
The Hawks battle hard in the title matchup, but lose 2-1 to finish in 2nd place.
The Hawks’ pitching led them to a 7-3 win over West Valley (Spokane) in a semifinal game.
After winning an academic state title, the Hawks will try to claim a title on the diamond as well.