Rich Myhre

2005 Kamiak High grad helps bring basketball to Tibet

In his playing days, Bill Johnson often traveled far from…

 

Cascade High alum ready for Huskies college baseball playoff run

Early in his baseball career at Cascade High School, K.J. Brady was…

 

Lynnwood hoops star set for Seattle return in Pac-12 tourney

By a quirk of schedule, Oregon State University freshman Mikayla Pivec has…

 

Shorecrest beats Edmonds-Wooodway in elimination playoff game

In a back-and-forth battle between two evenly matched teams, Shorecrest had a little too much firepower down the stretch for Edmonds-Woodway to overcome… Continue reading

Lynnwood beats Mt. Spokane 57-46 in loser-out playoff game

With an 18-point lead early in the fourth quarter, things were looking rosy for the Lynnwood girls basketball team. As it turned out,… Continue reading

Snohomish girls rally for 41-39 OT regional win over Lincoln

Trailing by 13 points at halftime and eight points after three quarters, the Snohomish girls basketball team pulled off a thrilling comeback victory… Continue reading

Pahukoa sisters provide boost for Boise State basketball team

In their four years at Lake Stevens High School, Brooke Pahukoa and Brittney Pahukoa made significant contributions to the school’s basketball program. Over the last… Continue reading

Lynnwood girls edge Snohomish to capture 3A district crown

After losing top players Mikayla Pivec and Jordyn Edwards to graduation and head coach Everett Edwards to retirement, expectations on the outside were… Continue reading

Edmonds resident selected for Canada’s senior women’s soccer team

Last spring Hannah Taylor was near the end of her junior year at Meadowdale High School, where she was an outstanding player on… Continue reading

Lake Stevens girls beat Kamiak 66-53 in 4A district semis

Early in the fourth quarter, a determined Kamiak’s comeback bid had trimmed a nine-point Lake Stevens lead to one. At that point, and… Continue reading

Monroe boys stun Kamiak in OT, advance to district title game

In the closing seconds of regulation, Kamiak guard Carson Tuttle dropped in a long 3-pointer to send Saturday afternoon’s Class 4A District 1… Continue reading

Stanwood girls beat Shorecrest 59-47 in 3A district opener

Under the heading of good news for the Stanwood girls basketball team, the Spartans got off to a good start at the Class… Continue reading

Lynnwood curler a favorite at national championships in Everett

Last February, Brady Clark and his teammates headed to the 2016 USA Curling Nationals in Jacksonville, Fla., with great confidence. They were certain a men’s… Continue reading

Early run lifts Everett boys over Lynnwood 52-44

Early in the game, Everett boys basketball coach Bryce Levin was unhappy with what he was seeing from his team. The visiting Seagulls… Continue reading

Husky football program welcomes 18 players on signing day

The University of Washington football program welcomed 18 new players on Wednesday, and head coach Chris Petersen made it clear that he was… Continue reading

Wanted: Arlington Special Olympics track and field coach

The hours are long, the demands are many and the salary is non-existent. But the rewards are priceless. For the last 12 years, so it… Continue reading

Strong recruiting class expected for Huskies

If everything plays out as expected, the University of Washington football team will reel in a strong class of incoming freshman recruits Wednesday, the NCAA’s… Continue reading

No. 7 UW women set to take on No. 10 Stanford in Pac-12 clash

A year ago, the University of Washington was one of the big surprises in women’s college basketball. Despite finishing fifth in the Pac-12… Continue reading

Everett’s Rielly named Big Sky player of the week

Herald staff Sidney Rielly of Everett, a third-year sophomore on the Portland State University women’s basketball team, has been named Big Sky Conference Player of… Continue reading

New Mukilteo club caters to serious badminton players

Many of us have played badminton over the years, either in a school physical education class or perhaps on a patch of backyard… Continue reading