High School Sports HEADLINES
Foss' Marcus Chambers, Bellarmine's Courtney Schwan receive top honors from Tacoma Athletic Commission
Foss High School’s Marcus Chambers and Bellarmine Prep’s Courtney Schwan already are regarded around the state as the finest performers in their respective sports.
Sam Mitchell has a scowl straight out of a Clint Eastwood movie. She throws girls to wrestling mats like theyre rag dolls and crushes softballs like they stole the chicken sandwich from her lunch.
Logan Seelye has met one goal and is a step closer to reaching a bigger one. The 26-year-old Spanaway resident exceeded his online fundraising goal of $20,000 to obtain a WalkAide, a medical device that will help him get around easier and hopefully help him learn to walk without assistance again.
Logan Seelye doesn’t like to use the word paralyzed. After suffering a life-changing injury nearly 10 years ago at a summer football camp, the 26-year-old Spanaway resident has heard enough about what he might never do again.
Fastpitch All-League teams from around the South Sound.
Hurt feelings are bound to linger for a while in light of what transpired in the Class 2A state boys soccer finals Saturday in Sumner.
YAKIMA — As the Tumwater High School baseball baseball players exited the visitors clubhouse at Yakima County Stadium, the sting of their Class 2A state championship loss fresh on their minds, the Thunderbirds were welcomed by rousing applause and congratulatory hugs.
If there were an Academy Award for the best way to end a coaching career, Sam Beesley would run right past the competition.
Brooke Feldmeier and Andrew Brown have been teammates at Tumwater High School, training partners and friends for years, so it was only fitting the two embraced each other – not once, but twice — after each other’s victories Saturday, the final day of Star Track XXXI at Mount Tahoma Stadium.
Rob Grenley, you’ve been one-upped.
CHENEY – Charles Wright Academy’s Alexander Moore and Mount Rainier Lutheran’s Rachel Siltman didn’t leave the Class 1B/2B/1A state championships with nothing. They were just aiming for much more.
The Thomas Jefferson Raiders left no doubt about who was the best boys soccer team in Class 4A — and arguably among all classifications — this season.
Cheney High School won the 2A state boys soccer title with a controversial 2-1 overtime victory over Tyee at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner on Saturday.
Kamiakin was three outs away from missing its goal of consecutive state fastpitch championships.
After a 3-2 semifinal victory over defending Class 2A champion Archbishop Murphy on Saturday, Tumwater High School will have a chance for its first state baseball title at 1 p.m. Sunday at Yakima’s County Stadium.
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