WIAA’s Mick Hoffman hoping for return to ‘normal’ in 2021-22 high school sports year: SBLive Washington podcast

The state association’s director sat down and talked about a wide range of issues and topics ranging from reflecting on the pandemic year, forecasting what the 2021-22 season will look like, the WIAA’s financial stability, state title venues and more.

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Kennewick’s Madeline Gebers, SBLive’s 3A Senior Athlete of the Year, plans to play three sports in college

A 3A runner-up in the girls javelin, and former all-MCC performer in volleyball and basketball, Gebers will play all three sports at Spokane Falls CC.

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Hudson’s Bay dual-sport dynamo Jaydia Martin is SBLive’s 2A Senior Athlete of the Year

A GSHL player of the year in volleyball and girls basketball, the 6-footer honed her skills in a gymnasium where he mother organizes adult leagues.

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Naselle three-sport standout Jimmy Strange is SBLive’s 1B Senior Athlete of the Year

Strange, a three-sport standout, was an all-league selection in football, basketball and baseball for all four years of his high school career.

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Sunnyside Christian standout Jenna Andringa is SBLive’s 1B Senior Athlete of the Year

Andringa was the 1B Southeast’s top scorer (and likely MVP had voting been held) in basketball, averaging 23.1 points per game in leading the Knights to an undefeated spring season.

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