Keeping Track: Where area sports stars meet their future
By Tim Clinton
Johnson playing for UPS
West Seattle resident and O'Dea graduate Paul Johnson has taken his basketball talents to the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma.
Johnson is a 6-foot tall sophomore guard in his freshman year of eligibility.
Soto, Huskies finish second
Mount Rainier graduate Christian Soto and the University of Washington men's soccer team finished second in the NCAA tournament after taking a 2-0 championship loss to Clemson on Sunday, Dec. 12.
Pryor gets in two starts
West Seattle graduate Nate Pryor has worked his way into the starting five for the New Mexico State University men's basketball team.
The 6-4 junior guard knocked in nine points in a 63-58 win over Loyola Marymount on Saturday, Dec. 11 and four in a 64-61 victory at Washington State University four days later.
Pryor added four rebounds, two assists and one steal against WSU.
Pryor and the Aggies are scheduled to visit Seattle University for a 7 p.m. Thursday game to be carried on ESPN+.
Sarver scores seven points
Grace Sarver, a West Seattle graduate, scored seven points for the Washington State University women's basketball team in a 69-62 loss to Stony Brook on Sunday, Dec. 19.
Sarver swished in five during a 51-49 victory over Gonzaga on Saturday, Dec. 11 with one rebound, one assist and one steal and had one point and one rebound in a 71-53 loss to Brigham Young on Saturday, Dec. 18.