Plus, the EvCC men’s soccer team is ousted in semifinals, Jacob Eason and Jake Luton find news homes and much more.
The Mavericks avenge an early-season loss and dominate the Bearcats in the 3A District 1 semifinals.
Bart Foley won three state titles as coach of the Knights and has visions of doing the same for the Mavericks.
Archbishop Murphy and Lakewood look to make waves in the ultra-tough Northwest Conference.
The Spartans beat Meadowdale 6-4 to clinch their first state berth since 1998.
The Royals escape numerous jams and punch their ticket to state with a 3-2 win over the Mavericks in the 3A District 1 semis.
Broderick Bluhm tosses a 2-hitter and the Mavs beat Lynnwood 5-0 for a shared Wesco 3A/2A South title.
Shorecrest’s Amado Toyo and Meadowdale’s Tresley Love win titles at the 1st Eason Invite since 2019.
Mae and Alana Washington combine to score 32 points in the Seagulls’ 51-31 winner-to-state, loser-out win.
Jadyn Edwards scores the golden goal in OT for the second straight year to lead the Lobos to the MWC title.
Westin Joyner and Junior Phomnath combine for the clean sheet in the Knights’ 3-0 win.
The then-Chiefs finished with a perfect 10-0 record and outscored opponents 248-66.
The standout pitcher will play college softball at Central Connecticut State University.
Plus, a Meadowdale junior gets picked for the WIAA LEAP Committee.
Monroe High School alum Kaitlin Dickinson win’s SPU’s prestigious John Glancy Award.
Tom Lafferty has been a fixture on the local sports scene for 35 years. He’s one of eight inductees this year.
The senior-laden Mavericks with state aspirations are disappointed, but keeping a positive outlook.
The Mavericks stampeded to a 27-7 lead at half on their way to a 2nd straight trip to regionals.
Malakhi Knight scored 9 of his 22 points in the 4th quarter to lead the Chargers past Meadowdale.
The Panthers earn a 57-39 win in the opening game of the 3A Northwest District Tournament.