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Hal Williams, Tenino announcer, coach, principal, dies at 86


By The Chronicle staff (Original Story) Hal Williams, a staple in Tenino sports and education for over six decades, died on Wednesday. He was 86. “I would say that when you think of Tenino, you think of Hal Williams,” Tenino boys basketball coach Ryan Robertson said. In his career in Tenino, Williams served as the principal of Tenino Elementary School — now Parkside Elementary school, where his son Brock is now principal. He later worked at Tenino Middle school, and spent decades as a middle school boys basketball coach. He also coached high school baseball and was a long-time assistant boys [...]

Hal Williams, Tenino announcer, coach, principal, dies at 862023-10-02T10:12:46-07:00

A Tribute to Walt Milroy


Walt Milroy, legendary Ingraham High boys basketball coach, dies at 103 By Scott Hanson Seattle Times staff reporter Walt Milroy, the legendary longtime Ingraham High School boys basketball coach whose crowning achievement was a perfect season in 1968-69, died Friday. He was 103. Milroy was the winningest boys high-school basketball coach in the city’s history (since surpassed) when he quit coaching Ingraham in 1980, with a record of 278-159. The highlight of his career was the 1968-69 team that finished off a 23-0 season with a 39-38 victory over Hoquiam in the state title game. The Rams used a full-court press [...]

A Tribute to Walt Milroy2023-07-19T10:18:52-07:00

WATTS Presents the 20th Annual WIBCA Showcase


Four legendary officials: Jim Haney , Chris Rastatter , John Blazek , Dick Cartmell Coaches Cancer signature ball presented to Gary Wusterbarth 2023 WIBCA Scholarship award winner: Joshua Dabasinskas presented by Tim Gaebe, 2023 WIBCA Showcase Co-Coordinator REGISTER Eli Sports Broadcast Schedule Live Broadcase on NFHS Network Eli Sports Story about the Showcase WHEN: May 6-7, 2023 WERE: Bellevue College Schedule / Results Roster Past Players

WATTS Presents the 20th Annual WIBCA Showcase2023-05-11T08:20:37-07:00

Joe Harris inducted into NHSBCA Court of Honor


Former long time Chelan basketball coach and current teacher Joe Harris, who retired from coaching in 2016, was recently honored by the National High School Basketball Coaches Association by being inducted into their Court of Honor. The Court of Honor recognizes individuals who have contributed to the growth of NHSBCA and/or has had an impact on scholastic basketball nationally. The career accomplishments of Coach Harris are noted in the following bio from the recent awards banquet. Joe Harris has been actively involved with The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association (W.I.B.C.A) since 1994 and for the past four years has served [...]

Joe Harris inducted into NHSBCA Court of Honor2022-07-25T09:10:37-07:00

WIBCA’s annual “All-State Games” and its’ first-time ever “Unified Game” and “Futures Game”!


WIBCA’s Annual “All-State Games” Powered by: And its’ first-time ever “Unified Game” and “Futures Game” Presented by: Futures Game Friday March 18, 2022 20 Washington States underclassmen 6:00pm Curtis HS TICKETS Adult $5 Senior and Student with ASB $3 Under 6 Free (Cash Only) Unified Game Saturday March 19, 2022 20 selected Unified players 11:00am Curtis HS All-State Games Saturday March 19, 2022 60 seniors from 6-classifications 12:00pm-6:00pm Curtis HS TICKETS Adult $10 Senior and Student with ASB $8 Under 6 Free (Cash Only) Watch Live Streaming of the Games Facebook Page [...]

WIBCA’s annual “All-State Games” and its’ first-time ever “Unified Game” and “Futures Game”!2022-03-18T09:03:22-07:00

2021 WIBCA Year In Review


As we look back on 2021, we must do so with compassion and empathy for those individuals and families that have been impacted by COVID-19. The narrative around the past 18-months is obviously of the pandemic that each of us is still facing on a daily basis and here is to hope that we see an end to this soon. As an association, WIBCA looks back on 2021 as one that saw us come together as state coaches, gaining a larger footprint nationally, and increasing our opportunities for student-athletes and our member coaches. No different than other associations, COVID put the [...]

2021 WIBCA Year In Review2022-01-12T10:22:32-08:00
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