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The Skyline High School football team earned more national accolades this past week, being named to the ESPN Fab 50 poll at No. 24.

  • Monday, December 19, 2011 11:09am
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Skyline recognized by ESPN poll

The Skyline High School football team earned more national accolades this past week, being named to the ESPN Fab 50 poll at No. 24.

The Spartans were the only team from Washington to make the national list, which ESPN will release weekly throughout the football season. Skyline was ranked No. 4 in the West, while Bothell was ranked No. 12 in the West.

Spartan quarterback Jake Heaps was also named to ESPN’s list of top quarterbacks for the class of 2010. To see Skyline’s ranking, go to www.sports.espn.go.com/ncaa/recruiting/football/news/story?id=3523310.

Select club offers coaching opportunities

The Skyline Basketball Club is hiring coaches for the 6th-8th grade select teams for the 2008-2009 season. Compensation to be determined. Interested parties can contact Jon Gacek at 206-369-5800 or jon.gacek@adic.com.

Tryouts set for Eastside Thunder

The Eastside Thunder basketball team will host evaluations for its upcoming premiere girls’ 4th-7th grade basketball teams.

Tryouts will take place Sept. 11 at Pine Lake Covenant Church (1715 228th Ave. S.E., Sammamish). For more information, visit the team’s Web site at www.eastsidethunder.org or call 425-836-9046.




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