3 hrs ago | The Olympian
Meg Wochnick, a former NCAA Div. III All-American in track and field, specializes in high school sports coverage for The Olympian.
7 hrs ago | The Columbian
Skyview senior Ian Hamilton has been voted the Class 4A baseball player of the year by the Washington State Baseball Coaches Association.
11 hrs ago | Port Townsend Leader
Chimacum senior Daryl Settlemire placed fifth in the state 1A discus throw with 153 feet, 5 inches.
17 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
After helping the Ferndale baseball team do something it had not done before - win a Class 3A Northwest District title - Ferndale graduated senior Austyn Sprague got a little bit of individual recognition.
Newport pitcher Kat Wood worked another complete game in the circle and led the Knights to the 4A state softball tournament with a 5-4 win over Snohomish in the district crossover game.
Interlake looks poised to continue its recent run of postseason success, and has added another dynamic freshman to the mix in 2013.
It was a staple of his track and field teams at Port Townsend High School, where he was the head coach nearly 40 years ago, and was at its height at the 1976 Class 1A state meet, where his team claimed the team scoring championship.
Bellevue junior Budda Baker won the 100 meter dash title for Bellevue in a time of 10.77 seconds and just in front of Liberty's Alex Olobia and also helped win the 400 meter relay as Bellevue captured its second straight 3A boys track and field state championship.
This year, Bunnell was named captain and led the Highlanders to a 14-2-4 overall record and Seamount League championship, posting an undefeated 11-0-3 record in league play.
The PacWest champion Dodgers team downed the West Seattle Orioles, 9-4, to open District 7 Major Little League Tournament of Champions action Friday.
Contrary to popular belief, White River's Sam Mitchell knows how to smile. But while wrestling or playing fastpitch, she always has her game face on.
Squalicum graduated senior Carlee Bock said she's always dreamt of swimming for a big NCAA Division I school, pretty much since she started swimming for the Bellingham Bay Swim Team 11 years ago.
THE HIGH SCHOOL sports season ends so abruptly that it leaves me feeling abandoned.
In the case of Hanford senior Jalen DeVine and Kamiakin junior Ellie Heiden, the Tri-City Herald Athletes of the Year, they might not have even started in their top sports.
Eds. note: The Team of the Year was selected by Herald staff based on first-hand observations and voting by fans.