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20 hrs ago | The Columbian
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Yesterday | Federal Way News
By Jeremy Martin TUKWILA-- Opposites clashed Friday night at Foster High School when the up tempo style of Chief Sealth met the deliberate, methodical attack of the Lady Bulldogs.
Yesterday | Redmond Reporter
Eastside Catholic High knew to beat the five-time defending state champions from Bellevue High, the Crusaders would need a near-flawless effort.
Monday | The Columbian
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Monday | Bellingham Herald
The Borderites defense didn't allow a field goal in the victory despite halting the full-court press due to the score.
Brad Waldow scored 24 points to lead five Gaels in double figures as St. Mary's beat Eastern Washington 93-65 Sunday night.
Markus Goldbach never rode on a charter bus before this week. The hotel stay, indoor playing field and the bright lights of the Tacoma Dome added to a unique experience for him and the Freeman High football team.
Connor O'Neill broke loose for a 69-yard touchdown run just 15 seconds into the game to give Lind-Ritzville-Sprague a 7-0 win against Morton-White Pass on Saturday for its second consecutive 2B state title.
One of the biggest "what-ifs" for Tumwater during Saturday's 38-28 loss to Lynden in the Class 2A state title game was this: What if the Thunderbirds had recovered an onside kick? After Jayden Croft's 4-yard touchdown run cut the Thunderbirds deficit to 35-28 with 4:26 remaining, Tumwater coaches called for an onside kick by Elijah Hill.
In a state football championship game with more twists, turns and nail-biting than you can imagine, Chiawana High School was more than ecstatic to see how this one ended.
With one receiver standing 6-foot-7 and another measuring in at 6-foot-3, the Lynden football team knew there were mismatches to be had against a much smaller Tumwater defensive backfield in the Class 2A state championship game on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Tacoma Dome.
It wasn't easy in 13-degree weather, but Walter Payton Award finalist Vernon Adams and running back Quincy Forte found a way.
Opposites clashed Friday night at Foster High School when the up tempo style of Chief Sealth met the deliberate, methodical attack of the Lady Bulldogs.
A crushing, last-second loss to Liberty Christian in last year's Class 1B state championship game sent ripples through the Neah Bay High School football program.
The Wolverines are state champions for the sixth consecutive seasons and the 11th time in the last 13 years.
Chiawana football players Grady Graff, left, and Mark DeRuyter hold Henry Fowler, 7, on their shoulders for a photo during a recent team practice inside the Southridge Sports and Events Complex in Kennewick.