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November 20, 2017

State power Napavine defeats rebuilding Braves
LOOKING FOR DAYLIGHT – Quarterback hand off to #15 Bryce Bolsinger from #20 Fabian Brooks, with #51 Kaleb Parker blocking a Napavine Tiger.  – Photo by Don Coyote
LOOKING FOR DAYLIGHT – Quarterback hand off to #15 Bryce Bolsinger from #20 Fabian Brooks, with #51 Kaleb Parker blocking a Napavine Tiger.  – Photo by Don Coyote
A young La Conner High team knew it would need some luck to upset State-ranked Napavine in a non-conference grid clash at Whittaker Field.
But the game was played on Friday the 13th.
Enough said.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017


Braves battled Napavine but came up short
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

League leading Lady Braves continue winning ways
Youth will be served.
But a senior’s serves led the way for the La Conner High volleyball team last week.
Madison Wilson delivered 36-of-39 service attempts, recording 16 aces, to help lead the Lady Braves to straight-sets victories over conference foes Concrete and Mount Vernon Christian.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Lady Brave netter receives statewide recognition
Matty Lagerwey is leading the way.
The La Conner High junior middle blocker was named recipient of a Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Athlete of the Week award for her play at the Mount Vernon Invitational Tournament and in recent NW2B matches.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Lady Braves soccer team blanks Mount Vernon Christian Keeps pace with Friday Harbor
The La Conner High girls’ soccer team left nothing to chance in its meeting with Mount Vernon Christian last week.
The Lady Braves, locked in a tight battle with Friday Harbor for the top spot in conference standings, blanked MVC 4-0 in a key road test Thursday.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Braves defeat Darrington decisively, bouncing back
Funny, the difference a week makes.
After looking tentative in a lopsided non-league grid loss at 1A Coupeville in their season opener, the La Conner Braves posted a decisive 38-8 win over NW2B foe Darrington in their home debut Friday night.
“Getting more physical was a top priority going into this game,” Braves head coach Peter Voorhees said afterward. “It was a big turnaround for us, and much needed. We had a great week of practice and it carried over.”

Wednesday, September 20, 2017


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