Category: Sports

NHHS sm[oak]s OHA

NHHS sm[oak]s OHA

*This past weekend the Hale Sentinel was fortunate enough to have Jeff Kramer, a humor columnist for the NY Times (Syracuse) and ex-Sentinel reporter, live blog the Hale basketball game versus Oak Hill Academy by Jeff Kramer 8:30 a.m. Hello,  Jeff Kramer here, Nathan Hale class of 1980, former Sentinel writer and present day humor columnist for the Syracuse (NY) New […]

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Nathan Hale Game Gets HEATED! Hale vs. Franklin

The Nathan Hale Raiders take on the Franklin Quakers at home for what, despite a large difference in score, heated up quickly.

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Fourth time’s the charm

Fourth time’s the charm

by Andy Mayer The start of the boy’s basketball team’s season has been nothing short of amazing. New players and coaching staff could turn the once abysmal program into state champions. The man at the helm of this new team is Hale’s head coach and former NBA All-Star, Brandon Roy. Roy’s move to Nathan Hale has drawn attention and created […]

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New coach making plans to build program

New coach making plans to build program

by Miranda Poulson After a revolving door of coaches over the past few seasons, Hale has hired Caitlin Relyea to bring some stability to a girl’s basketball program that has lacked consistency year-to-year. The program has struggled to keep coaches for more than a season and the ones that stayed lacked the in-depth knowledge of basketball needed to lead a […]

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A new routine for Hale gymnastics

by Sylvie Corwin After 37 years of coaching and 22 years of teaching, Hale’s gymnastics coach and physical education teacher Colleen Davis retired. She left a legacy of kindness and inclusion, her name on the former upper north gym, and an unfilled job opportunity. Alexis Stevens is stepping into the position this winter as Hale’s new gymnastics coach. Stevens did […]

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New basketball arena in Sodo rebounds

Byline: Emma Fletcher-Frazer Sonics fans, don’t expect your favorite basketball team to be heading back to Seattle anytime soon. They wouldn’t have a place to play. The new proposed Seattle Arena has encountered resistance by the Port of Seattle and the City Council. The proposed arena would be a NBA and NHL sports complex in Sodo, above Landers Street. The […]

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It’s a whole new ball game for Hale basketball

It’s a whole new ball game for Hale basketball

by Lily Hallett   New season, new coach, new team! And it might even deliver a state championship, according to Nathan Hale player, PJ Fuller, “I expect that we will win a State Championship, state ring, and a Dick’s National Championship. And I expect us not to lose a game. I definitely think we have the potential to do this […]

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Coach Davis to retire

Coach Davis to retire

Colleen Davis’ 37-year career as a gymnastics coach came to an end on February 19th at the Tacoma Dome, as junior gymnast Lily Hatzenbeler competed in vault. After all those years as a coach, and 22 years as a gym teacher, Davis has decided to retire. Davis’ legacy at Hale, the Metro League, and the lives of many young students, […]

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Hudson wins ultramarathon

Hudson wins ultramarathon

At midnight on New Year’s Eve 2015, while the rest of the country threw confetti into the air and kissed their loved ones, Principal Jill Hudson was ten miles away from completing a goal she’d had for three years. Out of context, ten miles may seem like a long way to go. But after running 190 miles with friends encouraging […]

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