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November 23, 2014 at 3:57 PM

A look back at Newport’s 17-10 win over Federal Way

I honestly thought we might see Chico McClatcher score his 100th touchdown this season. At least I thought I’d see the Federal Way phenom score his 92nd in Saturday night’s Class 4A football quarterfinal against Newport. And, actually, McClatcher did find the end zone once with a nifty 23-yard scamper around the corner midway through the third…

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Comments | More in Football | Topics: Chico McClather, federal way, Newport

November 21, 2014 at 11:47 AM

Federal Way football coach marvels at Newport offense

John Meagher watched in awe as Newport ran past Lake Stevens in the opening round of the Class 4A state football playoffs last Saturday. Actually, the Knights ran through, over and around the Vikings, over and over again – all out of the same formation, the double-tight end wishbone, without variation. At one point, Meagher turned to…

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Comments | More in Football | Topics: Chico McClatcher, federal way, Newport

November 20, 2014 at 12:41 PM

Auburn Mountainview coach sees EC-Bellevue in 3A final

Auburn Mountainview enjoyed its best football season in school history, reaching the opening round of the 3A state playoffs before losing last Saturday to Shadle Park. The Lions lost junior QB Gresch Jensen to a knee injury early in that game. Coach Jared Gervais provided an update today (Thursday), saying that Jensen suffered a torn MCL,…

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Comments | More in Football | Topics: 3A state playoffs; Jared Gervais, Bellevue, Eastside Catholic

November 20, 2014 at 11:34 AM

Bellarmine, Auburn Riverside crack top-50 in national volleyball rankings

After winning state volleyball championships last Saturday, Bellarmine Prep (Class 4A) and Auburn Riverside (3A) both took significant jumps in PrepVolleyball.com’s national rankings. Bellarmine, which was at No. 61 after knocking off Emerald Ridge (formerly No. 21) in the district championship match, shot up to No. 43. The Lions’ lone loss during the season was to…

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Comments | More in Volleyball | Topics: Auburn Riverside, Bellarmine Prep, Emerald Ridge

November 17, 2014 at 3:27 PM

A look back at the 2A, 1A, 2B, 1B state volleyball tournaments

Unfortunately, we were not able to send reporters to the state volleyball tournaments in Class 2A, 1A, 2B or 1B. Again, for complete results, please check the brackets here. Top-rankled Tumwater beat No. 3 North Kitsap 3-0 in the 2A championship match. But, boy, where the Thunderbirds pushed to the limit before that. They had to…

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Comments | More in Volleyball | Topics: 1A, 1B state volleyball tournaments, 2B

November 17, 2014 at 3:04 PM

A look back at the 3A state volleyball tournament

It’s rarely easy to go through a season unbeaten in any high-school sport, particularly volleyball. And especially if you play a challenging schedule. So, coach Chris Leverenz admitted she felt as though she had a monkey on her back when top-ranked Auburn Riverside rolled into the 3A state tournament with an unblemished record. “I’ve been nervous like for…

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Comments | More in Volleyball | Topics: Auburn Riverside, Capital, Carson Heilborn

November 17, 2014 at 2:28 PM

A look back at the 4A state volleyball tournament

Although I was concentrating on the Class 3A state volleyball tournament, I got to watch a fair amount of the 4A matches, too – at least until the championships, which were played simultaneously. Matt Massey did a great job covering the 4A event for us, and you can ready his final story here. For all completed…

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Comments | More in Volleyball | Topics: 4A state tournament, Bellarmine Prep, Curtis

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