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HS Spring Sports

HS Spring sports, (baseball, softball and track) are set to begin on Monday, Feb 27th. All participants will need to be registered in FinalForms and have a current Athletic Physical exam on file. Please try to meet these requirements in advance to avoid any delay in participation. If you have any questions please contact the High School Office.


Wrestling Results

The Concrete High School Wrestling team put in a concerted and competitive effort at the 2022-23 1B/2B Regional Tournament in Kalama, WA and will compete in Mat Classic State Tournament, in the Tacoma Dome, Friday, February 17, 2023.

  • Jakob Lofton, 170 lb, placed 2nd in Regionals and is ranked 9th for the Mat Classic
  • Conner Evans, 132 lb, placed 4th in Regionals and is ranked 10th for the Mat Classic
  • Trenten Clark, 132 lb, finished 6th place to qualify as an alternate
Congratulations on a job well done to the student athletes and first-year Head Coach, Riley Fichter! Go Lions!

HS Girls Basketball: District 1 Playoffs

Lions Girls Basketball will be hosting Crescent HS in the Concrete HS gym on Thursday Feb. 9 at 4:00 in the 3rd round of the District 1 playoff tournament. The winner of this game will advance to the District 1/2/3 tournament which begins Saturday Feb. 11.
Come on out and support the Lions as they make their way towards the State Tournament!!
Tickets can still be purchased at the door with cash.


Northwest A/B Sportsmanship
Examples of good sportsmanship: Examples of poor sportsmaship:
– applauding during the introduction of players – being disrespectful or derogatory toward opponents or referees
– giving verbal credit after a good play or action – refusing to shake hands or give recognition for good performances
– accepting all decisions by the officials with “class” – displaying anger that draws attention away from the game
– being positive toward own team – harassing opponents after the game outside  of the playing area (i.e. gym lobby)
– applauding at the end of the contest for both teams – distracting opponents (i.e. free throws)
– showing concern for injured players  
– shaking hands with opposing players and coaches following the game  
– encouraging surrounding people to be positive