For God has not given us a spirit of timidity, but of power and love and discipline." 2 Timothy 1:7
Grizzlies home games in the gym and on Owens Field are streaming live! The Pixellot S series cameras broadcasts our home soccer, volleyball, and basketball games through the National Federation of High School Athletics (NFHS) Network. Home games are available to anyone, anywhere, families who are out of town, and grandparents living across the country to tune in live during Grizzlies home games.
Over 60% of high schools in the state of Washington have Pixellot cameras in their gyms and/or on their fields and offer streaming, including many of Bear Creek's away-game opponents. There are a lot of ways to stream the games, so review the options, create an account, and subscribe to a plan that fits your family's needs. Then star (favorite) Bear Creek to get alerted as to when the Grizzlies are streaming.
Read this update to learn how the Grizzlies fared at the girls soccer and volleyball State Championships, who was recognized as fall season all-conference honorees, and when to celebrate the beginning of basketball season.
All students are invited to dress in Grizzly spirit wear tomorrow, November 8, to help us celebrate the success of our fall sports teams! Read this Update with details about tomorrow's pep assembly and victory tunnel as well as for a recap of the cross country team's State appearance and the upcoming girls soccer and volleyball State Tournaments.
On November 17, 2022, two Bear Creek seniors participated in a ceremonial signing of their National Letters of Intent, indicating their intent to play next fall for Regis University and Biola University.
Bear Creek held its fourteenth annual Dig Pink event on October 7, 2022, in a packed gym full of fans wearing pink in support of breast cancer awareness and the Side-Out Foundation. Read about the success of this event and the origin of the phrase Live on purpose. No regrets. printed on the back of our Dig Pink T-shirts.
Senior Tess B. dominated the 3A KingCo (10-0 0.37 ERA, 154 strikeouts in 75.1 IP).
Sophomore Braelyn B. is the state leader in the girls' 100 meters (11.87 seconds) and 200 meters (24.71)