Wesco accounts for 4 of the 8 diving state medalists, while Jackson and Kamiak each earn top-8 team finishes.
The Timberwolves win six of 12 events to claim their third 4A district title in their past four tries.
Plus, Snohomish grad Uderitz has option exercised by Defiance, Everett rowers compete at Head of the Charles and much more.
Ben Lee cruises to the singles title, while Henry Park and David Song roll to the doubles crown.
The Timberwolves win 106-77 in a matchup of two teams that have combined to win at least a share of every Wesco 4A conference title since 2015.
The Bruins continue their strong start to the season and roll past the Timberwolves for a 55-21 win.
A key Wesco 3A South clash, interesting interstate games and an Everett School District battle highlight the week.
Mill Creek native Jake Eastwood dedicated his life to wheelchair basketball and recently made the U.S. men’s U23 national team.
State title favorite Lake Stevens, title contender Glacier Peak and rising Kamiak headline a league that’s loaded at the top.
The Jackson graduate was named the Mountain West Conference’s top offensive player and led New Mexico to the NCAA tournament.
The five-team league met with reporters Monday to discuss the upcoming season.
Plus, Cascade grad Aubrey Peterson helps Great Britain earn softball silver and much more.
Jackson’s slugging shortstop and potential MLB draft pick hit .562 and blasted 8 homers in another spectacular season.
Jackson’s Dominic Hellman, Everett’s Lillian Thompson, Everett’s Jemyre Reed and Cascade’s Mariana Oliva-Jauregui win scholarships.
Henry Park takes 2nd in singles and Ben Lee places 5th to put the Timberwolves atop the 4A boys team standings.
Skyview scores 4 runs in the bottom of the 7th to rally for a 4-3 walkoff win, denying the Timberwolves a shot at a 3-peat.
Nine local high school softball teams are playing in their respective state tournaments this weekend.
The T-wolves are looking to make history with a 3rd straight 4A state title, but this year’s team features a whole new cast.
The Timberwolves qualify for state for the 6th straight time.
The T-wolves lose a 3-2 extra-inning heartbreaker in the 4A District 1/2 semis, but still have 2 more chances to reach state.