Saint George's girls soccer team made it to the First Round of the State Tournament before falling 2-5 to Tonasket on Wednesday, Nov. 10, ending their season. It was a successful year for the Dragons, having won the District 2B Championship trophy this fall. Congratulations and good luck in 2022!
The Dragon cross country teams head to the State 1B/2B Championships on Nov. 6 in Pasco with hopes for trophies for both the boys and girls teams. See the latest results from both races at this AthleticNet link (then click on the 1B/2B WIAA State XC Meet link for boys and girls results).
The boys team is paced by Hrair Garabedian, one of five freshmen on the seven-man team that captured the District 2B Title on Oct. 30. Other SGS runners at State include Finn Horsted, Shawn Jones, Joaquin Kiltz, Oliver Ling, Ben Morales, and Nelson Steele. The girls team is lead by Josie McLaughlin and came in a close 2nd as a team at the District 2B Championships. The other runners at State include Esther Buckner, Maggie McLaughlin, Kala Reaves, Georgia Steele, and Andee and Lauren West. Go Dragons!
The girls soccer team captured the District 2B Championship with a 3-0 win over Reardan on Nov. 2. It was great to raise a trophy this fall -- see a Photo Gallery of shots from the exciting game. Thanks to Jeff Thomas for some of the action shots from the District Title game.
If the girls win their game at home on Nov. 6, they will advance to the 1st round of the State Tournament for a shot at another trophy. Go Dragons!
The SGS boys soccer team battled Upper Columbia Academy to a scoreless tie through regulation and two overtimes on Nov. 3. But UCA came out on top 4-2 in penalty kicks and ended the Dragons run one game short of the State Final Four. See a Photo Gallery of the hard-fought match, as well as photos of the Senior Night Ceremony after the end of the game for the team's five seniors.
The Middle School students enjoyed a new sport -- pumpkin bowling -- on a beautiful fall afternoon on Graduation Lawn. See a Photo Gallery of the action, as they discovered it's hard to roll a pumpkin in a straight line!
The SGS boys varsity cross country team placed 1st in the District 2B Regional Championships at Colfax on Oct. 30. The Dragons edged out Chewelah 73 to 76 for the title. Leading the SGS boys and placing 5th overall was Hrair Garabedian with a time of 16:33, followed by Shawn Jones (9th), Finn Horsted (16th), Ben Morales (17th), and Joaquin Kiltz (28th).
The girls varsity cross country runners tied Garfield-Palouse with 56 points each, but Gar-Pal took the title in a tie-breaker. Josie McLaughlin finished 2nd overall with a time of 19:17, followed by sister Maggie McLaughlin (8th), Georgia Steele (15th), Kala Reaves (20th), and Esther Buckner (25th). See a Photo Gallery of both races, and view the full boys and girls results on AthleticNet.
Both teams qualified for the State Championships in Pasco on Nov. 6. Oliver Ling and Nelson Steele will join the top five boys for that race, while Lauren and Andee West will run with the top five girls. Go Dragons!
Saint George's girls soccer captured a dramatic victory over Northwest Christian on Oct. 30 to advance in the District tournament. "Regan Thomas scored the winning goal in the 2nd overtime from about 35 yards out," said Athletic Director Ryan Peplinski. "She beat the goalie in a race for the ball and sent it into the net." The game was back and forth throughout with both teams having great chances along the way. Henri Osborne was fantastic in goal for the Dragons, as was the NWC goal keeper.
The Dragons advance to host Reardan on Nov. 2 at 3:00pm for the District Championship. This game will determine who they face on Saturday in a loser out/winner to State game. Go Dragons!
The girls' volleyball team hosted Lind-Ritzville in the Schmidt Center Gym on Oct. 14. Here is a Photo Gallery of the action that was shot by freshman Simon Feist.
The last day of Spirit Week featured the Upper School classes facing off in Human Foosball in the courtyard. The balls were flying and the action was nonstop! See a Photo Gallery of the action.
SGS hosted a cross country meet on Oct. 12 that started with the middle school runners (boys and girls together) warming up and then racing across campus, through the woods and down the sandhill to the finish line. See photo galleries of the Middle School Boys & Girls race, the Upper School Girls race, and the Upper School Boys race on a crisp fall afternoon.
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