High School Sports Newsletter

 

Athletic.net finally recognizes ‘unlikely’ state-best jump from Curtis freshman Alexis Ellis

An employee of the site emailed Curtis track and field coach Sarah Hannula saying, If Ellis “can magically jump (42 feet, 4 1/4 inches), then...

Curtis freshman Alexis Ellis set a state freshman record and nation-best mark as of Saturday afternoon of 42 feet, 4 1/4 inches in the triple jump at the Lake Washington Invitational.

Clean passing helps Graham-Kapowsin boys 4x100 relay team set personal record, advance to state

Federal Way’s Mariyah Vongsaveng finished first in the 100-meter hurdles despite a strained quad, Chico McClatcher injured his hamstring in...

Tahoma High School sprinter Olivia RIbera won the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.23 seconds at the 4A West Central District meet to advance to the state championships. Federal Way's Mariyah Vongsaveng won the 100 hurdles despite a strained quadriceps muscle in her left leg.  
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Enumclaw’s KC Moulden a silent superstar

Behind the tough exterior and relentless work ethic, which have produced four state titles in different sports, Moulden has a reputation as a helpful, quiet leader.

‘Unusable field conditions’ in Pasco force change in state 4A, 3A state baseball venues, WIAA says

The WIAA changed the site of the 4A semifinal and championship games to Joe Martin Stadium in Bellingham — the home of the Bellingham Bells, a collegiate summer baseball team — and the 3A semifinal and championship games will be played...

Late-game stoppage goal sends Gig Harbor to 4A quarterfinals

Tides will face Wenatchee in state quarterfinals; Olympia ends seasoon 10-7-3

Gig Harbor's Joel Jacobsen (13) celebrates his go-ahead goal from a corner kick at the death during a first round match of the state 4A boys soccer tournament between Gig Harbor and Olympia at Roy Anderson Field in Purdy Wednesday May 20, 2015.
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