Friday night our Dragons play in the State Boys Soccer Semifinals at 6pm in Sumner and then on Saturday for 1st or 3rd in State. If you can't cross the state to get to the games, you can still watch them live on the ESN/NFHS subscription TV Network! It’s just $10 a month like Netflix. Click here to get signed up: https://elisportsnetwork.com/esn-live/
Jocelyn Thew, an SGS senior, signed an athletic Letter of Intent on Nov. 13 join to Azusa Pacific University’s Acrobatics and Tumbling (DII) team on partial athletic and academic scholarships. APU's Acrobatics and Tumbling team is currently ranked 3rd in the nation for schools in all divisions. See a Photo Gallery of Jocelyn's signing ceremony. Congratulations, Jocelyn!
The SGS boys soccer team hosted Friday Harbor in a State Quarterfinal match on Saturday, Nov. 16. Paced by Oscar Angell's four goals, the Dragons won 5-1 and advance to the State Final Four! See a Photo Gallery of game shots by Chase Foster. The Dragons will play Crosspoint Academy at 6pm on Friday, Nov. 22 at Sumner HS stadium for a shot at the State Finals on Nov. 23. Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults, and it's always a great game for West Side alumni to join SGS families in cheering on the Dragons!
Find all your Dragon basketball gear needs at the teams' online store. This Link will only be open until Nov. 14, 2019. Or you can scan the QR Code below to reach the team store. Select the items you wish to purchase and add them to your cart, then checkout and complete your transaction. Your gear will be delivered to school two weeks after the store close date.
After winning District and Regional titles, the SGS girls' Cross Country team posted their best times at the 2B/1B State Championships in Pasco on Nov. 9, taking home the 3rd place trophy. Taylor Sande finished 21st overall in a time of 21:02, followed by Audrey Harrill (26th in 21:16), Clara Witmer (37th in 21:33), Maggie McLaughlin (48th in 22:11), and Kala Reaves (54th in 22:25). Kahlysta McKethen (87th in 23:27) and Alli Dixon (101st in 24:44) rounded out the team. See a Photo Gallery of shots from the championships by Jayne McLaughlin.
The boys' Cross Country team placed 11th at State, paced by Dan Rigsby in 18th place at 17:02. The rest of the team included Nick Watkins (54th in 17:47), Alec Bunn (74th in 18:09), Finley Wolff (93rd in 18:25), Chaitanya Nalluri (127th in 19:05), Kelsey Doughty (142nd in 19:24), and Luke Whitman (143rd in 19:24). Here's a Photo Gallery of the boys' race as well. Congratulations to both teams on a great season!
The boys soccer team hosted Walla Walla Valley Academy on Nov. 5 in a Sub-Regional playoff match -- see a Photo Gallery of the contest. That 6-1 win moved the Dragons on to the East Sub-Regional Championship match on Nov. 9. There the Dragons hosted Riverside Christian for the District 5/6/7/9 title, posting a 3-0 victory on the strength of two goals by James Gunn. For the first round of State playoffs, SGS will host Friday Harbor at 11am on Saturday, Nov. 16 with a spot in the State Final Four on the line. Be sure to cheer on the Dragons on Saturday -- playoff tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults. Go Dragons!
The SGS boys' and girls' Cross County teams repeated their District 7 results at the District 7/9 Regional Championship race at Chewelah Golf Course on Saturday, Nov. 2. The girls again took 1st place, 10 points ahead of Kettle Falls, for the team title, and the boy's again finished a solid 2nd behind Asotin in their race. The top girls were Ashley Sande in 12th place in 21:40.51 and Clara Witmer in 15th place in 22:03.30. Dan Rigsby was the boy's top finisher in 4th at 17:19.68 followed by Nick Watkins at 9th in 17:38.45. Both teams advance to the State Championships in Pasco on Saturday, Nov. 9. Go Dragons!
The boys soccer team hosts Walla Walla Valley Academy at 2pm on Tuesday, Nov. 5 in a State Sub-Regional playoff game. The winner continues on in the State Sub-Regional playoffs, hosting another game on Friday or Saturday of this week. Come cheer on the boys this Tuesday -- playoff ticket prices are $5 for students and $7 for adults.
The girls soccer team lost a 2-1 game at Davenport on Oct. 29 in the first round of District play, finishing their season earlier than they had hoped. But with only two seniors graduating, look for them to bounce back in 2020!
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