Meadowdale 5th graders take 1st, E-W 8th graders 2nd in state feeder tourney

Meadowdale fifth graders pose with their championship trophy.

Competing in their respective grade levels, the fifth-grade boys basketball feeder program team from Meadowdale won the championship during last weekend’s state tournament in Spokane, while the eighth-grade team from Edmonds-Woodway took second place.

Edmonds-Woodway eighth graders finished second in the tourney.

The Meadowdale fifth graders went 5-0 in the tournament, defeating the Liberty Lake Lightning to earn the title. The Edmonds-Woodway eighth graders went 4-1 on the weekend, losing to Richland in the championship game.

Meadowdale also sent its sixth- through eighth-grade teams to the state tourney. The eighth-grade team went 3-1 for the weekend while the sixth- and seventh-grade teams finished with 2-2 records.

Warriors seventh-grade team

Edmonds-Woodway’s seventh-grade team competed as well, finishing seventh in state.

One Reply to “Meadowdale 5th graders take 1st, E-W 8th graders 2nd in state feeder tourney”

  1. Congratulations to the Meadowdale 5th graders! Also, great job to all the Meadowdale and Edmonds Woodway teams. Great to see all the future basketball players in the area doing so well.

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