Washington High Schools Competing in the Post Season
PULLMAN, WA —
In high school sports now, Washington high schools are gearing up for postseason play.
Here are just some of the teams from the area competing in the postseason.
Starting out with volleyball, in the 1B, the Pomeroy Pirates had a very good year, winning all eight of their league games.
On Wednesday night, they'll host the first round of the District Nine tournament.
They're in full control of their destiny.
If they win their first game tomorrow (Wednesday), they're in the state play-off.
In the 2A, the Pullman Greyhounds are going to the state play-offs.
Greyhounds won all 10 of their league games, losing only once on the season.
They also won the district championship.
First round of the volleyball state tournament for all levels, start on November 10.
Staying in the Great Northern League, the Clarkston Bantams girls’ soccer will play a win and you’re in game on Saturday.
The Bantams will play a representative from the Central Washington Athletic Conference.
If they can come out the victor, they would join the winner of the East Valley - West Valley of Spokane match-up, representing the GNL.
In football, Pullman and Asotin are going to be busy, trying to punch a ticket into the state tournament.
The Asotin Panthers will host the Colfax Bulldogs on Friday for a state play-in game.
These two met earlier in the season with Asotin winning 12-0.
Kick-off is set for 7 pm.
The Pullman Greyhounds are also in a play-in game.
On Friday, they'll head to Prosser to take on the Mustangs.
In the 1A conference, the last regular season games will wrap-up on Friday.