WENATCHEE – For a state record 24th time, the Wenatchee High School Sports Medicine program finished in the top four in the state competition.
The Wenatchee High School Sports Medicine team placed 2nd in the state, as WHS extended its state record streak of 24 consecutive years of top 4 finishes, with 19 of those finishes in the top 2.
Grant Kolde of WHS was crowned Sports Medicine State Champion at the 24th Annual Washington Career and Technical Sports Medicine Association Championships held in Kennewick last weekend.
Kolde was also named the top senior and won the Student Forum presentation contest. The competition featured 50 schools and nearly 900 students. WHS has now qualified to compete at the AACI National Sports Medicine Competition in May.