Six spring sports teams advance to the postseason

Posted May 17, 2022 at 12:15 pm by

Fri­day Har­bor High School sends along an update about what’s next for its spring sports teams.

Base­ball – Our base­ball team beat Coupeville 3–2 on Fri­day in a win­ner-to-state play­off game at La Con­ner. The boys will now play in the region­al state tour­na­ment at Brew­ster High School this Sat­ur­day at 1 p.m. Fri­day Har­bor is the #10 seed and will play #7 seed Kala­ma from Dis­trict 4. The win­ner of this game will advance to play the win­ner of the #2 seed Brew­ster and #15 seed War­den, also on Sat­ur­day. The boys need to win both games to move on to the final four por­tion of the state tour­na­ment in Ridge­field the next weekend.

Girls Ten­nis – Weath­er and the lack of home courts have been a dis­rup­tive force in this year’s girls ten­nis sea­son. While the girls have made the best of a dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tion, it has been frus­trat­ing to not be able to com­plete some of our match­es. While it has not been easy, our top two sin­gles and dou­bles teams will be trav­el­ing to Tumwa­ter on Fri­day to com­pete in the bi-dis­trict tour­na­ment with Dis­trict 4. The win­ners of this tour­na­ment will advance to state in Yaki­ma on May 27–28.

Boys & Girls Golf – Our boys and girls golf teams com­pet­ed this past week at their dis­trict tour­na­ments. Three boys qual­i­fied for the tri-dis­trict tour­na­ment being played this Thurs­day at Loomis Trails Golf Course in Belling­ham. Jack Mason, Jack Hess, and Ryan Raut­en­berg will be try­ing to earn their way to the state tour­na­ment the fol­low­ing week. On the girls side, Izzy Gra­ham earned the final spot to the state tour­na­ment being played next week at Deer Park golf course in North Spokane.

Boys & Girls Track – Our track teams head to the tri-dis­trict tour­na­ment on Fri­day at WF West High School in Chehalis. Com­pe­ti­tion gets start­ed at 3 p.m. Our ath­letes will be com­pet­ing to move on to the state tour­na­ment the fol­low­ing week at East­ern Wash­ing­ton Uni­ver­si­ty. Only one ath­lete in each event will auto­mat­i­cal­ly advance. Addi­tion­al entries may be earned if an ath­lete meets the state qual­i­fy­ing time or distance.

Fast­pitch – Our fast­pitch team com­pet­ed well, fin­ish­ing sec­ond in league. Unfor­tu­nate­ly for the girls, the North­west 2B/1B league only car­ries one allo­ca­tion to the state play­offs this year. Our girls fell just short.

More state tour­na­ment infor­ma­tion is avail­able on the WIAA web­site.

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