The red zone is normally football’s scoring area — unless you are a member of the Woodinville High School defense. For the Falcons, it is the stop-you-in-your-tracks zone. And the 4A KingCo champions sure made life very difficult for quarterback Dylan Morris and the high-powered Graham-Kapowsin offense in the Class 4A quarterfinals Saturday night. Second-ranked Woodinville advanced to the state semifinals for the first time since 2011 with a 49-17 victory over the No.
The biggest assist in the history of Life Christian Academy soccer did not come on a goal Friday. It came on common sense. Abby Pierson is the Eagles’ regular goalkeeper at 5-foot tall. Needless to say, she isn’t necessarily best built to save whizzing shots at close range in shootouts. So, on the sideline, Pierson went to coach Chris Anderson and offered up her position to a bigger player.
All those days as a teenager working at the family-owned gas station in rural Glendive, Montana, Mike Colbrese got used to hearing his father’s signature farewell line with customers. “He would say, ‘Be good, be careful and hurry back,’ ” Colbrese said. And that is exactly how Colbrese has approached his work with many of his member schools, athletic directors, coaches and student-athletes as the longtime executive director of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
Thx to all the players, coaches and family members who attended the @tntsports and @theolympian All-Area Football shoot today in Tacoma. We missed most of the rain, and had just enough daylight. #wafbscores
@thejohnbrown John, I get it with Jake. Maybe not as "great" as people first thought. Still good. Having covered practices for first 31/2 months, he really has NO second option behind Pettis. Bryant was coming that until he got hurt. But ... point taken.
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Selecting a term
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