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May 21  |  
Video of Thursday's 3A District 1 softball championship game between Meadowdale and Everett courtesy of SLSN.



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May 21  |  Herald staff
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association on Thursday announced a change in venues for this year's Class 3A and 4A state baseball championships.

Both had been scheduled for Gesa Stadium in Pasco, but were moved because of "unusable field conditions," the WIAA said in a press release.



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May 21  |  Herald staff
Sue Howard of Darrington has been named the Northwest 1A/2B/1B Co-Softball Coach of the Year. She shared the honor with Peg Seeling of La Conner.

Howard led the Loggers to a 10-8 record and a berth in the 2B District 1 Tournament.



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May 21  |  Herald staff
Darrington High School baseball coach Cameron Ross has been named the Northwest 1A/2B/1B League Coach of the Year.

Ross guided the Loggers to a 6-10 record this season and a berth in the 2B District 1 tournament.

Two of his players earned all-league honors. Infielders Andrew Young and Austin Edwards each made the second team.



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May 20  |  By Kevin Brown
DARRINGTON — After 26 years as the head volleyball coach at Darrington High School, Greg Powell is retiring.

Powell announced his decision Tuesday night.



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May 18  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
Several local boys and girls high-school lacrosse players were named to their respective All-Conference teams on Monday.



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May 17  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
Meadowdale kicker Brett Schafer has committed to play football at Washington State University this fall. Schafer will join the team as a preferred walk-on, meaning he is guaranteed a roster spot, but will not receive an athletic scholarship.



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May 16  |  
Video of Saturday's 3A District 1 boys soccer championship game between Edmonds-Woodway and Glacier Peak courtesy of SLSN.



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May 12  |  
Video of Tuesday's district boys soccer game between Meadowdale and Glacier Peak courtesy of STSPN.



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May 12  |  
Video of Tuesday's district boys soccer game between Edmonds-Woodway and Shorewood courtesy of SLSN.



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May 11  |  
Video of Monday's softball game between Edmonds-Woodway and Mountlake Terrace courtesy of SLSN.



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May 9  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
The Mountlake Terrace football program didn’t have to look far to find its next head coach.

Kelly Dougan, who spent the past two seasons as head coach of the Mountlake Terrace freshman team, has been selected to lead the Hawks. Dougan’s hire was announced late last week.



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May 1  |  
Video of Friday's softball game between Meadowdale and Mountlake Terrace courtesy of SLSN.



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April 21  |  
Video of Tuesday's boys soccer game between Mountlake Terrace and Meadowdale courtesy of SLSN.



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March 31  |  Herald staff
Here's a list of Tuesday's high school sporting events that have been postponed by bad weather:

Baseball: Lynnwood at Meadowdale, Oak Harbor at Cascade, Everett at Monroe, Mountlake Terrace at Glacier Peak



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March 25  |  Herald staff
Justice Kleiner, a senior at Marysville Pilchuck High School, has announced she will play soccer next season at Everett-based Trinity Lutheran College.

Kleiner, a forward/midfielder, plans to sign her letter of intent on Thursday.



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March 25  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
The Pacific Northwest weather has struck again.

The baseball game between Jackson and Bellevue at the University of Washington was one of many rainouts for Wednesday, March 25th. The non-conference game may be rescheduled, but Jackson head coach Kirk Nicholson said he wasn’t sure of the status of the game Wednesday afternoon and that the fate of the contest was up to UW officials.



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March 24  |  
Video of Tuesday's baseball game between Mountlake Terrace and Lynnwood courtesy of SLSN.



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March 24  |  Herald Staff
Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network at the Washington Journalism Education Association Spring Conference for a podcast on prep sports and what it takes to make it in journalism. This is the second of two 50 minute podcasts.



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March 23  |  Herald Staff
Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network at the Washington Journalism Education Association Spring Conference for a podcast on prep sports and what it takes to make it in journalism. This is the first of two 50 minute podcasts.



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March 20  |  Herald Staff
Earlier this week, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced that Lauren Harding, a senior pitcher on the Granite Falls softball team, was selected as one of the WIAA Athletes of the Week for achievements in her sports.

The WIAA recognizes a male and a female athlete of the week each week from all six of the classifications.



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March 17  |  
Video of Tuesday's boys soccer game between Edmonds-Woodway and Jackson courtesy of SLSN.



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March 16  |  Herald staff
Ashley Olson and Savanna Hanson of Class 1A state champion King’s have been selected to play in the Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association All-State Games on Saturday at King’s High School.

The games, which feature the top seniors from around the state, are scheduled for 2 p.m. (1B vs. 2B), 4 p.m. (1A vs. 2A) and 6 p.m. (3A vs. 4A).



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March 16  |  Herald staff
Brandon Torrey has been hired as the head football coach at Shorewood High School.

The school announced the move Monday.

Torrey, who teaches physical education at the school, replaces Rob Petschl, who resigned in February after five seasons as the Thunderbirds head coach.



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March 12  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
My Edmonds News reported on Thursday that Meadowdale head football coach Mike Don and boys basketball head coach Andy Streit have both resigned. The resignations were confirmed by Meadowdale athletic director Liz Marriott.

Streit plans to take a break from the sidelines, while Don is leaving Meadowdale to take a teaching and head coaching position at Eastmont High School in East Wenatchee.



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March 12  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
Mountlake Terrace's Tony Umayam resigned as head football coach earlier this week. Umayam confirmed his decision to step down in an email to The Herald.



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March 12  |  Herald staff
Collin Kane of Snohomish, Karsten Chaplik of Stanwood and Noah Bundrant of King's have been selected to play in the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association All-State games.

The games, which feature the top seniors from around the state, are Saturday at Eastside Catholic High School in Sammamish.



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March 11  |  Herald Staff
There are just a few more days to donate clothes for the Glacier Peak girls golf booster club to raise money for the girls golf team.

The booster club, partnered with Clothes for the Cause, a fundraising company that collects clothes in exchange for cash, started the drive on Feb. 2 and it runs through March 16. Donations of clothes and shoes in any condition are being accepted.



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March 11  |  Herald Staff
The Granite Falls School District announced earlier this week that Alex Hellig has been selected to be the Tigers' new varsity football coach.

The hiring is subject to the approval of the school board at its March 18 meeting.

Hellig has spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Coupeville High School.



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March 11  |  Herald Staff
The 2015 Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association Senior All-State Basketball Games will be held at King's High School on March 21.

The 1B team will face the 2B team at 2 p.m., the 1A will face the 2A at 4 p.m., and the 3A will face the 4A at 6 p.m.

Rosters are still being finalized and local competitors will be announced soon.



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