Athletic News

In an SGS tradition, the senior members of the girls and boys basketball teams were recognized between the varsity games on June 4.  See a Photo Gallery of each senior giving red roses to the people who inspired them to achieve -- family, friends, teammates, and coaches.

The Lower School kids celebrated the last day of school with the traditional Red & White Games, followed by snacks.  See a Photo Gallery of the variety of games they played before saying goodbye to their teachers and friends for the summer.

After studying rivers all year, the 6th graders built their own boats out of cardboard and tape, then proceeded to race them across a branch of the Little Spokane River.  Check out a Photo Gallery of the soggy competition to see which boats survived the longest!

The SGS Girls JV and Boys JV teams hosted Liberty in the Schmidt Center Gym on June 4.  See photo galleries of the Girls JV Game and the Boys JV Game, which were part of a full afternoon and evening of basketball between the two schools.

Classes may be done, but the 2021 basketball season plays on.  The varsity teams play at Cusick on June 9, the girls varsity and JV teams play at Shadle Park on June 10, and all of the varsity and JV teams play at Reardan on June 12.  Check the SGS Dragon Athletics website for times and locations of games through the end of the season.  Go Dragons!

The May Term class that camped at Banks Lake in Central Washington's Grand Coulee in early June spent several mornings climbing the nearby cliffs.  See a Photo Gallery of them up in the air in this spectacular setting.

The May Term Habitat House class spent several days helping with landscaping and moving materials at several Habitat House construction sites in Deer Park.  See photo galleries of them Working in Deer Park and helping out at the Habitat Store near downtown Spokane.

Our Esports team had some incredible rankings in their first year of high school tournament play.  The team put forth two rosters, one for Valorant and another for Minecraft Survival Games.  The Valorant team was led by team captain Ethan Wu, and held their own in the High School Esports League Spring Major, placing 77th out of 203 teams.  The team consisted of Ethan Wu, Travis Morris, Nolan Kimball, Alec Bunn, and Tristan Fogle, with great help from Nathan Huang, who subbed in during times of great need.

The Minecraft team was a force to be reckoned with, despite being outside of their comfort zone on the Bedwars playing field (a different playstyle available in Minecraft). The team consisted of team captain Gabriel Gustafson, Steel Lindauer, Gibson Montgomery, and Ronan Gortler.  Their hard practice all year paid off in their rankings out of 265 players nationwide: Gibson – 25th; Steel – 28th; Gabriel – 30th; Ronan – 107th.  

"We are so proud of the first-ever SGS Esports team, and look to continue a long tradition of dominating on the digital field!" says Thomas Hurst, the Esports team coordinator.  Go Dragons!

The Dragon varsity teams played Davenport in the Schmidt Center Gym on Tuesday, June 1.  Here are photo galleries, shot by former parent and alum Bob Jones, of the Boys Basketball Game and the Girls Basketball Game.  Go Dragons!

The Dragons finished their abbreviated track and field season on Thursday, May 13 at the District 7 2B Championships in Ritzville.  The boys' team took 2nd place, while the girls' team tied with Asotin for 1st place.  See photos taken by parent Lisa Baird of the Boys' Team and the Girls' Team in action that day.

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