AthleticsAthletics News

List of 7 news stories.

  • Fall Blazer Spotlight: Bush Head Tennis Coach, Cara Holloway

    Cara Holloway initially thought her coaching engagement with the Bush tennis program would just be a fun, one season commitment. Little did she know that her first season would blossom into a six-year, highly successful endeavor that has included multiple state appearances and most recently, back-to-back boys state doubles titles.
  • 2023 Fall Sports Season Recap

    From sixty-seven participants in Lower School Cross Country to three full teams of Upper School volleyball, the fall sports season was a successful one filled with many positives. To read about the season highlights, click here.
  • State-Bound Blazers: Boys XC Team, Four Girls Qualify for 1A State Championships

     
    Make it three in a row! Saturday afternoon at District 2 1A Championships at South Whidbey High School, the Bush Boys Cross Country team finished in second place to qualify for the third straight year for the 1A State Championships on Saturday, November 4 at the Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. 
  • Blazers Boys Cross Country Team Claims ESC Title

    Coming off a season that featured the first boys state title in program history, the Bush Boys Cross Country team picked right up where they left off last postseason. Saturday morning at Granite Falls High School, the Blazers tallied 72 points to win the Emerald Sound Conference.
  • Champs Again! Bush Claims Boys ESC Doubles Tennis Title

    For the third straight year, a pair of Bush Blazers have earned the title of Emerald Sound Conference Boys Tennis Doubles Champions. On Monday, October 16, at the Amy Lee Tennis Center, Bush’s Cal J. ’24 and Bernie R. ’24 defeated University Prep 6-3, 7-5 to claim the ESC title.
     
  • Blazer Spotlight: Kara M. ’25

    “Falling in love with sports is my youngest childhood memory,” recalls Kara M. ’25. “My parents always liked to tell me I had an energy rush after playing sports. It’s something that’s always brought me so much joy for many, many years.”
  • Schuchart Gym Receives Upgrade With New “Wall of Champions”

    The culmination of a nearly year-long project was reached this August with the installation of a brand new “Wall of Champions” in Bush’s Schuchart Gym. A marked departure from the collection of cloth championship banners that preceded it, the new wall presents a dynamic visual of the history of Bush athletics excellence that will bring a fresh, elevated look to the space.
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