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Tuesday, November 23, 1999 - Page updated at 12:00 AM

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Prep Beat -- Blanchet High Adds `Bishop' To Name

Seattle Times Staff Reporter

Blanchet High School now wants to be called Bishop Blanchet High School.

Kent Hickey, first-year principal from Milwaukee, is pushing the change so the school will be more recognizable as a Catholic school.

Assistant Principal Chuck Bocian said, "People new to this area don't recognize it as a Catholic school unless they walk into the building."

Bocian said the school will be called Bishop Blanchet High School in all future brochures and mailings. It was referred to as Bishop Blanchet High School at a recent open house for prospective students.

Blanchet is named after Bishop Augustine Blanchet, who in 1850 established the first archdiocese in what would become Western Washington.

Grad report

Anna Bacho, a former Roosevelt Roughrider now at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn., was in goal Saturday in the NCAA Division III soccer championship game when the Scots lost to UC-San Diego 1-0. Macalester was the defending national champion.

A senior classmate and teammate of Bacho's at Macalester is Kristin Covey, a midfielder from Shorecrest.

-- Lee Libby, Seattle Prep '98, was a sophomore placekicker this season for Willamette University, which was eliminated by Pacific Lutheran in the Division III playoffs last Saturday. Libby's 33-yard field goal gave Willamette a 10-7 lead that grew to to 24-7 before the Bearcats lost 28-24.

Here and there

The St. John-Endicott boys basketball team is dedicating its season to Derek Miller, a talented senior point guard who died in a boating accident during the summer.

-- Musician Kenny G was a captain of the Franklin High School golf team in the 1970s.

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