With high school sports becoming more and more competitive, it’s increasingly rare when an athlete has the opportunity to lead their team to a state championship. With the effort, dedication and practice required to advance to state in a single sport, it’s even more rare that an athlete has the opportunity to advance in three sports.
At 2:48 p.m. on April 15, Patti Crookshank had just finished her second Boston Marathon and met her husband Randy, who was taking photos inside the fence that lined Boylston Street near the finish line, to celebrate.
The Eagles’ No. 1 golfer, senior Anthony Allen, has had a stellar career as a four-year varsity golfer at Arlington High School, and now he plans to bring his talents to the Western Washington University golf team.
The WIAA State Track and Field Meet resulted in big wins for the Arlington and Lakewood areas, with 13 local athletes taking home medals from the three-day event on May 24-27 at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma.