Plus, the weekly scoreboard and three things to look forward to this week.
Despite being a reigning state wrestling champion at 135 pounds, the junior dual-sport athlete is taking on bigger challenges as he moves up in weight class.
The junior goaltender is a rink rat, and her high level of play reflects it.
She officially signed a contract months after announcing her commitment to play at the University of Washington.
Plus, the weekly scoreboard and three things to watch for this week.
The Lynx clawed their way back to get into the title tilt and avenged an earlier upset to win it all for the first time since 2018.
At the 2022 3A state tournament, Tracie and Emma Beck helped the Kardinals prove that third time is the charm.
The Eagles and Kardinals swept their opponents in straight sets Friday night to secure spots in the finals for their respective divisions.
The Eagles took the Warriors the distance and soared into the next round in exhilarating fashion.
The Rams had their gym destroyed in the spring and have played and practiced on the road all season.
The Lynx have yet to lose a game and their offense has been red-hot on the ice as of late.
Junior P.J. Foy overcame illness to set a state record in the 100 butterfly and also finished first in the 200 freestyle.
The win was Dimond’s seventh straight title, while Service bounced back after a disappointing finish last year.
The Lynx rallied back Friday to beat the West Eagles for the third time this year.
The sport, which is sanctioned by ASAA but doesn’t have a state meet, is suffering from historically low participation rates.
The Seahawks are headed to state on a high note after thrilling finish in regions.
Also, two Service seniors are on a mission and Colony aims for fourth straight state team title.
The girls team from South High and boys team at Service took the region titles.
After their regularly scheduled dual meet, Cougars from past generations are going to be taking the mat to help the program.