Andrew Lang

Marysville Pilchuck football team shuts out Lynnwood (VIDEO)

Last week, the Marysville Pilchuck football team’s offense couldn’t find the end zone until the waning moments of its season-opening loss. The Tomahawks… Continue reading

New running back stars in Monroe’s victory over Meadowdale

Isaiah Lewis knew his opportunity would come. He patiently stood pat as he watched graduated star running back JJ Jerome carve up Wesco… Continue reading

Cascade’s offense, defense shine in 30-7 win over Inglemoor

Forget the spread offense. Cascade, a Wing-T team, showcased its own take on the ever-popular system during the Bruins’ season opener. “We feel… Continue reading

Eugene demolishes AquaSox 12-0 in must-have game for Everett

The AquaSox’s playoff chances were slim heading into Wednesday’s series finale against Eugene. Now they’re on complete life support. Everett’s offense couldn’t take… Continue reading

Wesco 3A North football: Oak Harbor replacing boom with zoom

Surely defenses facing Oak Harbor’s vintage offensive attack this fall will enjoy a reprieve from the physical punishment doled out courtesy of bruising now-graduated running… Continue reading

Helder’s walk-off single helps Sox beat Eugene 5-4

With one swing of the bat Eugene Helder played hero for the AquaSox. After squandering an early 3-0 lead, Everett tied the game… Continue reading

AquaSox offense awakens in 11-4 romp over Vancouver

After producing little offense during their first two games against Vancouver, the AquaSox found their stroke in the series finale. And it didn’t… Continue reading

AquaSox muster just 3 hits in 3-1 loss to Vancouver

Facing Toronto Blue Jays’ 2017 first-round pick Nate Pearson on Thursday night, the Everett AquaSox were simply outmatched. The Canadians’ 6-foot-6 right-hander used… Continue reading

AquaSox beat Canadians with pitching, power

With every new pitcher the Everett AquaSox sent to the mound, the results got better and better. The Frogs didn’t need a whole… Continue reading

Merchants have big goal at NBC World Series

For Everett Merchants coach Harold Pyatte — a baseball man through and through — there’s nothing much better than reaching the National Baseball… Continue reading

Peltier races to redemptive victory at Summer Showdown

One year ago on the Evergreen Speedway’s 5/8th oval track, Preston Peltier had a win all but locked up when his battery died… Continue reading

Late home run helps Volcanoes stun AquaSox 9-7

The AquaSox rallied from four runs down and took a late one-run lead after Juan Camacho hit a clutch two-run homer in the… Continue reading

Murphy’s Williams is The Herald’s Boys Soccer Player of the Year

Ninety-two goals, 46 assists, three consecutive state championships. Not a bad resume for a prep soccer star. For as gaudy of numbers as Archbishop Murphy… Continue reading

Merchants’ season goal: spot in NBC World Series

Surely, through nearly six decades of playing and coaching baseball, longtime Everett Merchants coach Harold Pyatte has to have a good story or two. How… Continue reading

Miscues doom Snohomish baseball in 9-1 loss to Bonney Lake

Passed balls, crucial errors, too many walks. The Snohomish Panthers flatly didn’t play clean enough during their 3A state tournament opening-round game against… Continue reading

Glacier Peak beats Decatur to reach state soccer quarterfinals

Tasting defeat in the state quarterfinals the past two consecutive seasons, there was no way this group of Glacier Peak upperclassmen were going… Continue reading

Lynnwood soccer wins district title, beating Snohomish 4-1

Lynnwood’s history-making week just keeps getting better. The Royals on Tuesday dispatched previously undefeated Squalicum to clinch their first state berth since 1986,… Continue reading

GP edges Mariner to capture district soccer title, state bid

Perhaps the most symbolic moment of Glacier Peak’s 4A District 1 title match against Mariner came with two minutes to play. Mariner,… Continue reading

Glacier Peak boys soccer team beats Kamiak

For a team playing as well as the Glacier Peak boys soccer squad is, anything that breaks up routine could be considered a… Continue reading