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Athletics News

List of 10 news stories.

  • Save the Date - Winter Blazer Bash on January 25

    Come out to support our Upper School Basketball Teams at this year's Winter Blazer Bash!
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  • Stack Up 2018

    Did you know stacking and unstacking plastic cups is an energizing, brain-activating, and world-record-setting activity? On November 8, Sport stackers all over the world took part in what Guinness World Records terms the “World’s Largest Sport Stacking Event" and 170 Bush students and community members joined in! Throughout the day, students gathered in the Mag Gym in an attempt to break the record for Most People Sport Stacking in One Day. Did they make it? Results are still being tallied, but check the World Sport Stacking Association website at http://thewssa.com to follow the action. For photographs from this event, visit Vidigami
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  • Fall Sports Championship News

    There were a lot of Blazers competing on the courts and fields this past weekend. Congratulations to the Blazers Cross Country team for their strong showing at the State Championships! Ela NIckels ’19 placed 13th and Noah Cape ’19 placed 16th. Both runners had the top times for Bush and earned a medal! The Blazers Volleyball season ended with a loss at the Bi-District Tournament against a tough Nooksack Valley team. This was the most successful season for the Blazers Volleyball Program in many years. Thanks to all of our players and coaches for an exciting season! 
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  • Emerald City League - Fall Season All League Honors

    Congratulations to the following Upper School Athletes who earned Fall Season All League Honors:
    • Girls Volleyball - Julia D. (MVP), Sophie S. (1st Team)
    • Girls Soccer - Elle J. (Rookie of the Year), Addy F. (1st Team), Claudia A. & Lyla B. (2nd Team)
    • Boys Golf - Wesley S. (1st Team)
    • Boys Ultimate - Hayden R. (1st Team)
    • The Cross Country All League honors will be published later this week.
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  • Varsity Cross Country - Bi-District Championship Recap

    The Blazers Varsity Cross Country team had an incredible performance at last weekend's Bi-District Championships at South Whidbey.  The hard work the team put in throughout the season paid off.  The coaches were especially proud of how the girls worked together as things came together beautifully at last weekend's race.
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  • CrossTown Middle School League Championship Recap

    The Blazers Middle School Cross Country team had another outstanding showing at yesterday's CrossTown Middle School League Championships with every runner either setting a new personal record or tying their previous personal best.  The girls team won their race with Liv coming in second, Lane third, Livy fourth, Ruby seventh, Ava twelveth and Elise 17th.  The team's score of 27 points is rumored to be a new league record.
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  • Girls Varsity Volleyball Playoffs

    The Girls Varsity Volleyball team continued its excellent play defeating the previously undefeated Overlake team 3-0. The team has showed tremendous growth after dropping the first round home game against the Owls 3-0 early in the season. Winning yesterday's away game, Overlake's Senior Night, was a special win for the Blazers Volleyball program.
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  • Fall Blazer Bash

    Blazer Fans were out in full force for the Fall Blazer Bash! Students, parents, faculty, and staff came out to support the Boys Ultimate and Girls Volleyball teams. Thank you to The Booster Club for providing treats and spirit accessories throughout the day! Photographs from this event are available on Vidigami.
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  • Varsity Cross Country - Lincoln Park Recap

    The varsity team opened up its season last Tuesday with a great showing at the first Emerald City League Meet of the year held at Lincoln Park. A number of new runners completed their first 5k while the veterans pushed hard on a familiar course. 
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  • Middle School Cross Country - First Race of the Season

    Yesterday was the first CrossTown Middle School cross country meet. Though more than half of our team was on the Eighth Grade retreat, our five Sixth and Seventh Grade runners showed a great performance.

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