High School Sports

The Leavenworth Swim Team traveled to Quincy on June 20 for their first meet of the summer and won 1,124 to 343. Several Leavenworth swimmers took the top spot in their respective division's events. Sarah Pinneo had four first-place finishes on the day in the 15-18 year 50-yard backstroke, 50 yard...

Rachel Blyth (left) gives some swimming technique tips to athletes during practice. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
Every weekday morning for the next weeks, Leavenworth residents and visitors can find a plethora of swimmers practicing at the local pool. The Leavenworth swim team kicked off their summer season with 130 athletes competing in various age divisions. Coach Rachel Blyth, who returns for another...

Stella Averill (left) receives some tips about holding a tennis racquet from Coach Mark Hassinger during the Cascade Junior Tennis Camp. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
Several Leavenworth children attended the during the Cascade Junior Tennis Camp, June 17-21, where they learned some tennis fundamentals, tips and techniques that will help them on the court. Cascade High School Tennis Head Coach Mark Hassinger ran the camp on the courts next to the Cascade School...

Cascade Quarterback Cole Warnaca scans the field for open receivers. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
The Cascade High football team got an early start to their 2019 campaign on June 13 with both varsity and JV teams playing scrimmages against 4A Columbia Basin Big 9's Eastmont and 2A Central Washington Athletic Conference's Quincy. The scrimmage was a culmination of the first two weeks of spring...

Cascade's Molly Wiser (left) and Stella Johnson (second to the right) lead a group of younger soccer players during the Kodiak Kickers Camp on June 4. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
Young soccer players had the opportunity to work on their skills during the June 4 Kodiak Kickers Soccer Camp on the pitch behind Alpine Lake Elementary School. The free camp focused on helping kids develop their fundamental and tactical soccer skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, footwork...

Cascade High School Assistant Principal Rudy Joya (left) hands Duncan Allen a Sportsmanship medal. Allen received the Sportsmanship award for boys track.
Teammates and students filled the Cascade High School gym on June 3 for CHS' spring sports awards. During the ceremony, Athletic Director Dominique Coffin recognized the hard work and success the Kodiaks spring sports programs experienced during the season. At the ceremony, Coffin and Assistant...

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Cascade High School’s Jace Seely and Stephen Tveten competed at the 48th Annual Dennis McDonald Washington State Combined Events Championship on May 31-June 1 at Lake Stephens, Washington. After competing in 10 events, Tveten finished ninth out of 39 athletes in the decathlon with 4,974 points...

The Icicle Bicycle Club celebrated their success at the WSCL State Championships. Contributed photo by Lori Vanderbrink
Icicle Bicycle Club (IBC), Leavenworth’s middle school and high school team ended their season strong.  “We had a number of new riders to the team that have really grown and excelled in the sport.  We’re as proud of them as we are the race winner,” said Travis Blue, IBC coach. At the Washington...

Lauren Muscutt (right) finished third in the girls 800 meter race while her sister, Kascia Muscutt (left) placed fourth. Photo by Al Stover/ECHO
Many high school athletes often on the same team as their sibling, but few ever get the opportunity to face them in competition. At the 1B/2B/1A Track and Field State Championships, freshman Lauren Muscutt finished third in the girls 800 meter race with a personal record of 2 minutes and 18.65...
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) announced Cascade High School principal Elia Ala'ilima-Daley would once again serve on the organization's Football Seeding Committee. In a May 30 press release, the WIAA explained the committee will be tasked with seeding the 16 teams in...

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