Hawes, a 7-foot-1 center, was a playmaker on the Panthers' 2006 Class 3A boys basketball state championship team.
Stanford commits Daejon Davis and Jordan Oakes part of Metro League athletes honored by 101 Club VIEW
The 84th Scholar-Athlete Awards Luncheon was Thursday at the Washington Athletic Club.
Redmond softball, Kamiak boys golf, Interlake girls track and field and Newport boys soccer also listed as state's leaders in the classroom.
Pryor, a 6-foot-1 point guard, could follow former SU coach Cameron Dollar to play at Washington.
Washington commit Jaylen Nowell among the star-studded senior class representing the state against Oregon players.
Seattle-based Metro League has a combined six teams still alive in the Class 3A state tournament, including boys defending champion Rainier Beach.
Victory capped a 15-0 finish in league play to clinch the Metro title. It also secured the No. 1 seed in the tournament, receiving a...
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