Athletes honored in baseball, boys soccer, golf, girls tennis, softball and track and field.
Led by sweeps in the two relay races, the Vikings finish atop the team standings to claim the state championship.
A trio of local hurdlers earn second-place medals
A trio of locals finish with high marks in their respective events and classifications.
A list of every local state qualifier with a top-five time or mark in their classification.
The Glacier Peak girls track, Shorewood girls track and Kamiak boys soccer teams won academic state titles.
Close friends Aiden Emerson and Brandon Moore have pushed each other to become elite runners.
Shorecrest’s Amado Toyo and Meadowdale’s Tresley Love win titles at the 1st Eason Invite since 2019.
Amy-Eloise Markovc won gold in Europe, Taylor Roe placed 2nd at the NCAA championships, and more.
Dan Parker-led teams captured a total of 11 state titles during an impressive 32-year coaching career.
The WSU-bound standout missed out on a chance to defend his state title in the 400 meters.
The standout track and field athlete will continue her career at WSU while studying medicine.
The talented jumper overcame scoliosis and will study biochemistry at the University of Idaho.
The Marauders’ team captain will join the U.S. Marine Corps with the goal of becoming Special Ops.
The talented sprinter was the first leader of the school’s student voice focus groups.
The Lake Stevens distance runner finished her decorated prep career with 9 individual state titles.
Glacier Peak’s Willems, Mountlake Terrace’s Bach and Shorewood’s Birchman win individual championships.
The Vikings star wins the 800 and 3,200 to finish her prep career as a nine-time state champion.
The sophomore launches back-to-back massive personal bests on her final two attempts.
Seagulls junior Jayden White placed second in the shot put on Day 1 of the state track & field meet.