Athletic News

Saint George's boys tennis team has won the State Academic Championship for the fifth straight year!  Their average grade point of 3.612 was the highest of any 2B school in the state of Washington.  Go Dragons!

Saint George's #1 girls doubles team of Grace Generous and Maria Madero took 4th place at Regionals on Friday, May 17 at Whitworth's indoor courts after rain forced the action inside.  They advance to the State Championships in Yakima this coming weekend.  SGS boys doubles team of Nik Chaudhry and Ethan Wu played well, but did not advance against tough competition from 1A schools.  The boys doubles team of Aidan Reichel and Tariq Ravasia were one of the only teams at Regionals without a senior player.  "I believe they were the youngest team at Regionals, which feels very promising for their upcoming seasons!" says coach Meghan Anderson.  And Daniel Zhao battled through a knee injury for his final game as an SGS tennis player.  Congratulations to all of the Dragons who competed at Regionals!

Saint George's boys won their first District 7 golf title in school history on May 13, edging out Colfax by 2 points. That ended a streak of four straight district titles for the Colfax boys.  Michael McCarthy shot an even par 72, hitting all 18 greens in regulation to finish tied for 3rd overall for the District Tournament.  His brother, Patrick, captured the 11th and final spot at the state tournament, making par on #18 at Meadowwood to beat a Lind Ritzville player by 1 shot.  These two will represent SGS this week at the State Tournament in Tumwater.  

Beyond the McCarthy brothers, all five players contributed to the team victory.  "Winston Poppell made a big push on day 2 to finish 14th, Hunter Johnson hung in there after a rocky start to finish 15th, and Caleb Flegel played consistently throughout to finish 17th," said coach Brad Kirsch.  "If any of these three had slid more than two spots in the final standings, we wouldn’t have beat Colfax.  Power in numbers and they came through!"

On the girls’ side, Liv Senske also qualified for the State Tournament, shooting a 98 -- the first time she had broken 100 in a tournament setting.  She finished 10th overall to earn her first trip to State!  See a Photo Gallery of the Dragon golfers at the District tournament.  

See the current Dragon Athletic Schedule for all Saint George's athletic competitions during the coming week.  Look for any last-minute changes and full team schedules at the Dragon Athletics Webpage on the SGS website.

The Saint George's Alumni Association cordially invites you to tee-off with us for the Third Annual Saint George's Golf Classic on Friday, June 28.  The start is at 1pm at the Kalispel Golf and Country Club.  It's a Two-Person Scramble format, so bring a partner!  The cost is $150 per person, which includes 18 holes of golf, driving range access, drink tickets and post-round cocktail hour.   Space is limited, so Sign Up Online today or contact

Three seniors -- Xander Werkman, Abby Jones, and Erik Farias -- celebrated signing to play basketball at Bowdoin College, Whitworth University, and Chapman University on May 8, 2019.  Their coaches spoke about their accomplishments, and each of the athletes thanked the coaches and family who had helped them along the way.  See a Photo Gallery of the event.

The Outdoor Club hosted a group of 5th through 7th graders for an overnight campout and hiking trip to Steamboat Rock in the Grand Coulee of Central Washington on May 4-5.  See a Photo Gallery of their adventures and a Video shot by student leader Maria Madero.  A spectacular countryside for the kids to explore!

The SGS tennis team held their final practice on May 1 with warm up, some fun games, and recognition for the seniors at the Whitworth University bubble and courts.  See a Photo Gallery of them, and SGS staff and faculty, celebrating the end of a busy spring season.

The Outdoor Club hosted 5th through 7th grade SGS students on a weekend trip to Steamboat Rock in the Grand Coulee of Central Washington on May 4-5.  See a Video created by Outdoor Club student leader Maria Madero of the fun they had hiking the spectacular basalt bluffs, jumping into the lake, and roasting marshmallows over an evening campfire!

Saint George's will staff a water station at Bloomsday on Sunday, May 5.  For those of you not running or walking the race, this is a fun way to be involved with your school and the community.  We need at least 150 volunteers to handle two shifts that day:  7am-10am and 10am-1pm.  Many jobs are available: shift captains, set up, clean up, table captains, t-shirt organizer, and volunteers to hand out water and cheer on the runners.  If you are interested in volunteering at the SGS Bloomsday Water Station, please Sign Up Today.

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