|When Brooke competed, it was always in high gear. She first made her mark for the Panthers as a freshman forward for the soccer team by leading the varsity in scoring. Brooke paced the squad in putting the ball into the goal four straight years and completed her WHS career as the all-time leading scorer with 52 goals. She was a "first team All-Big 9" selection in soccer as both a junior and senior and earned "second team All-Big 9" recognition as a frosh and sophomore. Brooke served as a captain for three years, received squad "Most Valuable Player" awards and was a member of the regional "Olympic Development Team."
On the basketball court, she was an ever hustling dynamo who earned a "second team All-Big 9" berth as a sophomore. She was a starter for two seasons before electing not to play basketball as a senior. Brooke was a top sprinter and hurdler in the Big 9 for the track team and competed at the state meet in relay events.
She was named "Panther Best," earned 10 letters, and also excelled academically.
Brooke went on to play soccer at Seattle University as a midfielder and set a school record with four assists in a match. She was team captain her senior year and received the Seattle U. "Coaches Award." Brooke was a finalist for "NCW Sports Awards Athlete of the Year" six times - three as a prep athlete and three as a college athlete.
- Caricatures of inductees as they appeared while involved in WHS athletics and the synopsis of accomplishments are drawn and written by Jeff Mertes.