In Girls Golf, senior Courtney Bright advanced to the State Tournament for the third year in a row.
Boys Soccer finished third in the GSHL standings and advanced to a District IV showdown with Tumwater for a berth in the state tournament. A 1-1 tie after regulation and overtime led to a shoot-out which the Panthers lost, ending their season.
In Boys Tennis, another carryover from the fall, the doubles team of Steven Goolsby and Caylem Nunes advanced to the state tournament held at the U of W on May 28th. Both the boys and girls programs are on the rise under the leadership of coaches Eric and Linda Balholm.
The Panther Baseball team showed improvement during the season and will continue to work through the summer under the leadership of new head coach Chris Brown.
In Softball, the Panthers finished 4th in the GSHL and qualified for the pigtail game for a potential spot in the district tournament. After being postponed multiple times the Panthers fell to Aberdeen in that season ending game.
The Track team had another outstanding season. Head Coach Dave Hajek and staff saw the Panther girls team claim the GSHL championship for the second year in a row. There were an incredible 5 school records broken this season. New records were set in the Boys Pole Vault, Girls Shot Put, Girls 100M Hurdles, Boys 3200M and the Girls 4 X 200M Relay. In addition the following individuals made the finals and/or placed in their events at the state track and field meet held May 27-29 at Mt Tahoma H.S.
|Girls 100M Hurdles||2nd||Kelley Young 11||16.43|
|Girls 400M||4th||Elle Wade 12||58.70|
|Boys 3200M||5th||Dylan Croeni 11||9:29.59|
|Girls Shot Put||6th||Heidi Greear 12||37-09.25|
|Girls Discus||8th||Heidi Greear 12||103-03|
|Girls High Jump||9th||Katie Wright 10||4-10|
|Pole Vault||9th||Brendan Casey 11||13-6|
|Javelin||15th||Brendan Casey 11||135-11|
|Boys 3200M||15th||Sean Eustis 9||9:55.0|