We’re back at the WIAA 3A state high school basketball championship this week. The day started off with Lynnwood playing the Prairie girls. It was an exciting game and could have gone either way until the very end when Prairie kicked it up a notch and won the game 47 to 38. Much different from the game currently going on, Holy Names 30 – Yelm 12 in the 2nd quarter. I hate to say it, but I’m pretty sure how this game will end.
If you’d like to follow the games, you can check the brackets HERE
I just got done shooting the first game of the 2nd day of the WIAA State Basketball Championship, Stanwood vs Auburn HS. It was an exciting game, although it didn’t start out that way. In the end, Stanwood won by just 4 points in the last few minutes after leading by as much as 16 points in the 2nd half. This begs the question: “Did they win or did they just not loose?”
I’ve been doing photography in one form or another for over 23 years now. It’s more than just a little bit scary to think about it, but over the years I have had a chance to do a lot of really cool things, from traveling across the country taking pictures of hospitals, shooting some really cool weddings, taking pictures of celebrities and a few politicians, but over the last 8 years one of my favorite things I get to shoot every year is the Washington state high school basketball tournaments.
I have been shooting the WIAA State Basketball tournament at the Tacoma Dome for 7, or is it 8, years and there is one thing I look forward to every year. What is Federal Way High School’s coach, Jerome Collins, going to wear? My favorite was an electric blue suit with a knee length coat he wore a couple of years ago.
Today he was at it again, coaching his number 1 ranked basketball team to another victory over Redmond High School and looking good doing it!
We shoot action sports photography but we do love to bring our athletes into the studio. Michael is a very dedicated Tae Kwon Do student so his parents wanted to have a studio session to show off his moves.
Congratulations on your achievements Michael – we’re very proud of you!!!!