There is an air of optimism around the baseball diamond at Grays Harbor College this year.
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MATLOCK — At the start of the season, the Mary M. Knight girls basketball team’s biggest worry was getting five girls to be able to play. Today, six Owl players will step onto the court at the state tournament in Spokane with a dream of bringing home some hardware.
Even prior to their team’s 49-33 loss to Lynden Christian in last Saturday’s regional 1A tournament, numerous Montesano girls basketball fans were fuming over the prospect of their unbeaten district championship team facing the reigning state champions in a winner-to-state, loser-out contest.
The Grays Harbor College baseball and softball teams had a rough first weekend of play in Eastern Washington.
An hailstorm of Grays Harbor College men’s 3-pointers was washed away by a veritable flood of second-half Tacoma Community College baskets on Monday.
TUMWATER — The third time was no charm for Montesano on Saturday. Lynden Christian’s size and defense were too much for the Bulldogs to handle in a 49-33 loss in a Regional game at Tumwater High School. For the third straight season, Montesano will finish one win shy of a trip to the state tournament in Yakima.
SPOKANE — Hey, who invited these guys to the party?
CHEHALIS — Reigning state champion Morton/White Pass made life in the fast lane a bit too rapid for Ocosta’s liking.
LONGVIEW — Grays Harbor College’s K.C. Harrison made Lower Columbia pay for an apparent mental error.
TACOMA — Evergreen Lutheran’s size, speed and Emily Holder proved to be too much for Lake Quinault’s girls.
TUMWATER — Locked into just its third close game of the season, Mary M. Knight stayed calm to secure its first state-tournament berth since 2011 on Saturday afternoon.
TUMWATER — Taholah’s fight back against Shorewood Christian and its own offensive struggles culminated in its first lead with 17 seconds remaining.
Thank You Jack Prince
AHS grad hired at Oklahoma State