The Panthers won their Class 3A title with a 3.521 GPA while the Raiders won their sport's Class 3A title with a 3.849 GPA.
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) on Thursday announced its academic state champions for fall sports. The list is separated by sport, averaging the team’s compiled grade point average (GPA) to comprise the winner.
Seattle Prep football took the Class 3A academic state title in its sport with a 3.521 GPA for its 46-player roster. The Panthers (3-5, 1-4 Metro League) face Chief Sealth (6-2, 4-1) in a league playoff game at 5 p.m. Friday at Memorial Stadium. The winner advances to the state tournament Round of 32.
Nathan Hale volleyball took the Class 3A academic championship with a 3.849 GPA for its 12-player roster. The Raiders (5-10, 5-8 Metro) play winless Rainier Beach in a league playoff game at Eastside Catholic on Thursday.
Woodinville girls soccer won the Class 4A title for its sport. The Falcons’ 17-player roster had a compiled 3.845 GPA. Woodinville (8-5-2) closes its regular season with a matchup against North Creek at Pop Keeney Stadium on Thursday.
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Richland girls cross country had the highest GPA overall of the fall teams. The seven-member team had a combined 3.992 GPA to take the Class 4A academic state title in their sport.
Here’s the full list of winners: