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May 26  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
Len Bone, who spent the past 21 seasons as head coach of the Snohomish High School boys basketball team, has retired.

The school announced Bone's decision Thursday.



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May 26  |  Herald staff
A total of 13 senior baseball players from the Cascade Conference have been selected to play in the 2A/3A Northwest Washington Regional Feeder Games.

The games are scheduled for Tuesday at Joe Martin Field in Bellingham. The first game starts at 5 p.m.

Here are the Cascade Conference representatives.

Archbishop Murphy (6)—3B Mitch Albin; OF Austin Earl; C Aiden Waite; P-3B Houston Schmutz; 2B AJ Kock; 1B Cameron Nix


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May 24  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
UPDATED: The 4A bracket has been posted.

 

The state brackets were finally released by the WIAA early Tuesday after inclement weather delayed several state-qualifying games and the posting of the brackets this past weekend.

Well, most of them.



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May 23  |  Herald staff
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association has posted the tee times for this week's state high school golf tournaments.

To view the times, click here.



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May 12  |  Herald Staff
The Marysville Pilchuck girls golf team and the Archbishop Murphy boys soccer team each were announced as academic state champions for spring sports this week.

The six participants on the Tomahawks' girls golf team had a combined grade point average of 3.881, the best among 3A schools.

Archbishop Murphy's 16 participants in boys soccer had a 3.541 GPA, the best among 2A schools.



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May 9  |  Herald staff
King's High School basketball standout Corey Kispert has made a verbal commitment to play at Gonzaga, the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported.



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April 20  |  Herald Staff
Jackson senior softball player Kaylei Werner has signed a letter of intent at Otero Junior College in Colorado next season.

Werner has helped the Timberwolves to a 6-1 league record and a 12-1 record overall, which is currently tied for first place with Snohomish and Monroe.



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April 18  |  Herald Staff
Lynnwood senior Mikayla Pivec gave hoops fans in Oregon a little taste of what’s to come last weekend.

The Oregon State signee scored 19 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Washington team over the Oregon squad 103-61 Saturday at the 22nd Northwest Shootout on Saturday at Liberty High School in Hillsboro, Oregon.



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April 7  |  Herald Staff
Mountlake Terrace sophomore softball player Sammy Ruiz has been named a WIAA (Washington Interscholastic Activities Association) Athlete of the Week for her efforts the week of March 21-26.

Ruiz was 8-for-9 at the plate with three home runs and a double in that span. She scored seven runs and had nine RBI, helping the Hawks win two of their three games.



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April 3  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
PEARLAND, Texas – Lynnwood senior Mikayla Pivec won the American Family Insurance Girls 3-Point Championship Friday at the High School Slam & 3-Point Championships at Dawson High School in Pearland, Texas.

The event aired Sunday afternoon on CBS.



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March 30  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
Several local players were named to the Associated Press 2016 All-State Boys and Girls Basketball teams, including Lynnwood senior Mikayla Pivec, who was named the Girls State Player of the Year for all classes, as well as the girls player of the year for 3A.



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March 28  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
Lynnwood girls basketball coach Everett Edwards, who helped turn the Royals into a state power, has stepped down after nine seasons with the team.



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March 21  |  Herald Staff
Sultan High School has hired Jim Kruckenberg to be its new football coach

Kruckenberg, who graduated from Sultan in 1998, was hired to lead the Turks football team according to Sultan athletic director Scott Sifferman. Kruckenberg has been an assistant at Glacier Peak the past eight seasons.

He replaces Ben Murphy who coached the Turks since 2010.



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March 21  |  Herald Staff
Several local players were honored at Saturday night’s Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-State games.



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March 18  |  Herald Staff
Glacier Peak High School has hired Nick Bender to be its head football coach, former Grizzlies' head coach Rory Rosenbach confirmed Friday.

Bender replaces Rosenbach, who stepped down in February to take the head coaching position at Union High School in Vancouver. Rosenbach was the Grizzlies' head coach since the school opened in 2008. Bender was an assistant under Rosenbach for all eight of those seasons.



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March 18  |  Herald Staff
The Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association will hold its All-State games Saturday, March 19 at King's High School. The 1B vs. 2B game begins at 2 p.m., the 2A faces the 1A at 4 p.m. and the 4A faces the 3A at 6 p.m.



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March 18  |  Herald Staff
The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association has announced roster for this Saturday's All-State games at Mountlake Terrace High School.



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March 11  |  Herald Staff
The Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association has announced two upcoming events of interest.

The WSGBCA's inaugural Hall of Fame Banquet will be held at 6 p.m. Friday March 18 at King's High School's Schirmir Auditorium. Tickets are $40.



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March 11  |  Herald Staff
The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association recently announced its award winners for the 2015-16 season.



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March 11  |  Herald Staff
The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association has announced its annual all-state games will be held on March 19 at Mountlake Terrace High School.

The first game features the all stars from 1B playing the all stars from 2B at 2 p.m., followed by the 1A vs. 2A game at 4 p.m. and the 3A vs. 4A game at 6 p.m.

Doors open one hour prior to the first game.



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March 11  |  Herald Staff
The Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association all-state game will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday at Auburn Riverside High School.

The game features some of the best 3A and 4A players in the state all nominated by the coaches. Monroe's Jessica Clark, who was The Herald's All-Area Player of the Year, and Lake Stevens' Madi Solis will both play in the game.



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March 8  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
What better way to celebrate back-to-back state championships for the King's boys basketball team than with a movie?



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March 7  |  
In the final basketball podcast of the season, Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network and Arlington High School's John Yeager to discuss championship Saturday at the state basketball tournaments.



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March 5  |  
Herald writers David Krueger and Aaron Lommers are traveling all over the state to bring you our prep basketball live blog - State Championship Edition. Follow along for live updates as the Snohomish Panthers, Arlington Eagles, King's Knights and Shorecrest Scots try to bring home a title.

Today's championship schedule:

Shorecrest boys vs. Clarkston, 3 p.m.

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March 5  |  Herald Staff
Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network and Arlington High School student John Yeager to discuss the day's state semifinal action and look ahead to championship Saturday.



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March 4  |  
Join Herald writers David Krueger and Aaron Lommers in our prep basketball live blog from the Tacoma Dome. It's time for Day 2 of the Hardwood Classic, which means state semifinals and loser-out games. We'll be posting scores and updates from the 4A/3A tournament in the Tacoma Dome, as well as the 2A/1A tournament at the Yakima SunDome and the 1B/2B tournament at Spokane Arena.

Live Blog Hardwood Classic Day 2

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March 4  |  Herald Staff
Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network, Arlington High School's John Yeager and photographer Scott Williams to review day one of the Hardwood Classic and look ahead to Friday's semifinals.



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March 2  |  
Join Herald writers David Krueger and Aaron Lommers in our prep basketball live blog from the Tacoma Dome for the state quarterfinals (Day 1) of the Hardwood Classic. We'll also be posting scores and updates from the 2A/1A tournament at the Yakima SunDome and the 1B/2B tournament at Spokane Arena.

Live Blog Hardwood Classic Day 1

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February 29  |  Herald Staff
Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network to review last weekend's state regional basketball games and look forward to this week's Hardwood Classic.



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February 27  |  
Live video of Saturday's 3A boys regional basketball game between Edmonds-Woodway and O'Dea courtesy of SLSN.



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