Seward High School’s Daily Announcements: 


April 23, 2018

  • We have highlights from the 23-team Homer Invitational Track Meet.
  • Zen finished 6th in the 1600, running a well-prepared, tightly executed race.
  • Ruby finished 2ne in the 1600 and then owned the 800, which puts her in the number one spot in the state.
  • Emma and Hana finished 15th and 16th in the 1600, running the mile faster than either one of them have ever run it.
  • Coral placed 3rd in the disc; 3rd in the high jump, 9th in the 400 and 9th in the 200. Wonder woman has nothing on Coral.
  • Neil and Beau ran to the number 7 and number 8 slot in the 200, which now, slides them into the number 3 and 4 slots for all small schools in Alaska.
  • Ally hurdled to a smooth 7th in the 100’s.
  • Emma Moore also triple jumped to the finals and finished 7th with a shrug and a smile.
  • Trey Ingalls, in his HS hurdle debut looked like a veteran and performed like one, finishing 6th in the 110 high hurdles and 4th in the 300 meter hurdles. He is now listed on as the Number One, 300 meter-1,2,3A hurdler in the State of Alaska. What’s up with that?
  • On Tuesday, we will be hosting the seven-team Seward Invitational. Even though you may need your rain gear and your umbrellas, the track will be smoking hot.

See you there.


April 24          Track @ Home

April 27          Girls Soccer vs. Voznesenka @ 6:30 p.m.

April 28          Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Nikiski @ 1:00 p.m.

Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Nikiski @ 3:00 p.m.

Track @ Kenai

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