61 F
Sunday, August 14, 2022


High School Sports

Despite COVID Setbacks, Quaker Girls Making The Most Out Of Their Opportunities To Play

COVID has been a thorn in the side of coaches, players and administrators hindering the ability of many high school teams to practice and play, and despite the adversities effecting athletic programs in the area, the Franklin Quakers girls’ basketball team is off to a positive start this season.

Metro Boys Basketball Roundup

Check out the scores from the latest Metro High School Boys Basketball games.

Franklin Boys Get Big Win At Home Over Roosevelt

Coming off a loss to Seattle Prep, Franklin started the game aggressive on defense with their full-court press, which caused turnovers and bad shots, and resulted in easy points for the Quakers.

Garfield’s Koren Johnson Has Fire In His Heart And A Passion To Be The Best

The last time many Seattle hoop fans saw Garfield’s Koren Johnson play he was hoisting the state 3A basketball trophy over his head as a member of the Bulldog’s 2020 state championship team.

After Slow Start, Garfield Girls Run Away From Eastside Catholic

What has now grown into somewhat of a rivalry between Garfield and Eastside Catholic, became more interesting now that Malia Samuels and Imbie Jones are now Bulldogs.

Metro League Boys Basketball Roundup

Roundup of the Metro League Boys Basketball games.

Metro League Girls Basketball Roundup

Roundup of the Metro League Girls Basketball games.

How A Once Struggling Deaf Football Team Rode A Historic Season To A Championship Game

Founded 68 years ago, the Cubs, the football team of the California School for the Deaf Riverside, had never reached a championship game.

Top Basketball Recruit Nolan Hickman Is Already Giving Back Through His Foundation

While most young student athletes are working on their grades and their athletic skills to help prepare themselves for the next level, Hickman is busy finding ways to make a difference in the lives of others.

O’Dea Claims Metro League Title With 49-7 Win Over Seattle Prep

O’Dea’s K’son Misa added the final trimmings to the win, as he returned an interception 43-yards for a touchdown with 4:35 left in the third quarter.

Latest News