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Dan Mack steps down as the head football coach at Kamiak

He served as the Knights’ head coach for 20 seasons

 

Kamiak senior’s 52-point outburst this season was historic

Carson Tuttle’s performance was one of the best in the history of current Wesco 4A and 3A schools.

 

Hayley Kesselring plays on the C-Team for Meadowdale High School with a visual impairment and is one of the top scorers. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Meadowdale freshman overcomes vision impairment to excel

Hayley Kesselring, the PG on the Mavs’ C-team, inspires many around her, especially her sister, Taylor.

 

Meadowdale tops rival Lynnwood 56-42 (VIDEO)

Led by junior guard Haben Tekle, the Mavericks race to an early lead and cruise past the Royals.

Glacier Peak’s Brayden Corwin attempts a pass past Monroe’s Luis Rubalcaba Wednesday night at Monroe High School in Monroe on January 10, 2018. Grizzles won 73-52. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

GP boys remain unbeaten in Wesco 4A with win over Monroe

Bobby Martin hits six 3-pointers and finishes with 21 points as the Grizzlies rout the Bearcats 73-52.

Glacier Peak’s Brayden Corwin attempts a pass past Monroe’s Luis Rubalcaba Wednesday night at Monroe High School in Monroe on January 10, 2018. Grizzles won 73-52. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Shorecrest boys earn tough 82-79 win over Marysville Pilchuck

Seniors Philip Pepple and Chris Lee star as the Scots stay undefeated in Wesco 3A play with the victory.

Led by senior trio, Cedar Park Christian-MLT stays unbeaten

Erwin Weary, Jaide St. Lewis and Ryan Maxwell combine for 48 points in a 62-45 win over Tulalip Heritage.

Diminutive Lakewood senior a rebounding machine

At 5-foot-7, Cougars guard Jelly Perry averages an astounding 17.3 rebounds per game.

Edmonds-Woodway’s AJ Martineau drives past Stanwood’s Kayla Frazier, left, and Stanwood’s Kaitlin Larson, right, Wednesday night at Edmonds-Woodway High School in Edmonds on January 3, 2018. Edmonds-Woodway won 73-67. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Edmonds-Woodway girls top Stanwood for 9th straight win

The streaking Warriors avenge a blowout loss last season with a 73-67 league win over the Spartans.

Edmonds-Woodway’s AJ Martineau drives past Stanwood’s Kayla Frazier, left, and Stanwood’s Kaitlin Larson, right, Wednesday night at Edmonds-Woodway High School in Edmonds on January 3, 2018. Edmonds-Woodway won 73-67. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

3 Monroe stars headline locals on all-state football teams

Isaiah Lewis, Josh Jerome and Ricky Baker are named to the 4A team; 11 other local standouts are honored.

Archbishop Murphy’s star chooses University of Washington

The highly ranked defense back had listed UW and Notre Dame as his top choices.

Sarah Banks, left to right, Rylee Downs, Nicole Jocobi and MacKenzie Petit share a laugh after practice in preparation for a tournament trip to Alaska Monday night at Granite Falls High School in Granite Falls on December 19, 2017. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

How the Granite Falls girls basketball team ended up in Alaska

It took a dedicated coach, the hard work of players and the support of a small town.

Sarah Banks, left to right, Rylee Downs, Nicole Jocobi and MacKenzie Petit share a laugh after practice in preparation for a tournament trip to Alaska Monday night at Granite Falls High School in Granite Falls on December 19, 2017. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Murphy’s Gordon to announce college commitment on KING 5

Archbishop Murphy star defensive back Kyler Gordon tweeted that he will announce his college commitment Thursday night on KING 5 during the station’s 7 p.m.… Continue reading

Monroe 2-way star Jerome set to sign with EWU

The lineman plans to ink a letter of intent with Eastern when the early signing period opens Wednesday.

RPI has changed way hoops coaches approach non-league games

The implementation of RPI for state-tourney seeding has local basketball coaches thinking differently.

Why are fewer high-schoolers turning out for football?

Local data follow a nationwide trend. Fifteen of 27 responding schools report lower participation.

MP boys build big 1st-half lead, hang on to beat E-W (Video)

Defense spurs an 18 point first-half run and the Tomahawks top the Warriors 64-55 in a battle of unbeatens.

Matt Sevao of Lake Stevens is The Herald’s All-Area Defensive Player of the Year. Sevao set the school record with 18 sacks. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Lake Stevens’ Sevao is The Herald’s Defensive Player of the Year

The senior defensive end wreaked havoc on opposing offenses on his way to a school-record 17 sacks.

Matt Sevao of Lake Stevens is The Herald’s All-Area Defensive Player of the Year. Sevao set the school record with 18 sacks. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Monroe’s Lewis is The Herald’s 2017 Offensive Player of the Year

The senior running back piled up huge numbers as a breakout star for the Bearcats.