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June 24  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
"Can you hear me now?"

For years, the answer to that question from the announcer at one local school's gymnasium has been a resounding "no." But Edmonds-Woodway High School is hoping to change that with a fundraiser to replace the struggling sound system that has malfunctioned and featured poor sound quality almost since its inception.



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June 23  |  Herald Staff
Mountlake Terrace's Chinne Okoronkwo has been named the Washington Gatorade Track and Field Girls Athlete of the Year.



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June 23  |  Herald Staff
The Washington State Soccer Coaches Association announced its 2016 All-State teams earlier this week. The 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A classifications each have a first and second team, as well as a team of players receiving honorable mention.

Snohomish senior Eric Jones is the lone Wesco player who made one of the 4A squads, being named a first-team defender.



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June 23  |  Herald Staff
Cedarcrest sophomore Aaron Davenport, a standout pitcher on the Red Wolves' baseball team that finished second at the 2A state tournament in May, has been selected to the WIAA's LEAP Class of 2018 Committee.



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June 23  |  Herald Staff
The second annual Snohomish Summer Smash Tennis Tournament will be held July 22-24 at Snohomish High School.



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June 23  |  Herald Staff
The annual 4A/3A East-West All-State football game will take place at 6 p.m. on July 1 at Gonzaga Prep High School in Spokane.



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June 23  |  Herald Staff
The annual Earl Barden East-West Football Classic is set to be held at East Valley High School in Yakima at 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 25.

The all-star game features some of the best senior talent from 2A, 1A and B schools through the state.



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June 18  |  Herald staff
Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network to select the Kristi Bartz Memorial Class of 2016 Girls Athlete of the Year.



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June 17  |  Herald staff
Herald Writers Aaron Lommers and David Krueger are joined by Steve Willits of the Sound Live Sports Network to select the Class of 2016 Boys Athlete of the Year.



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June 17  |  Herald staff
George Edwards has been hired as the boys basketball coach at Shorewood High School.

The school announced the hiring Friday.

Edwards replaces Corey O’Hayre, who resigned in May after two years as coach of the Thunderbirds.



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June 14  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
Lynnwood senior Mikayla Pivec added another prestigious award to her collection Tuesday when she was named the MaxPreps 2015-16 Female Athlete of the Year.



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June 10  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
John Barhanovich is returning as head coach of the Cascade High School girls basketball team. Barhanovich served as the Bruins’ coach for eight seasons during the 1990s.

Barhanovich still teaches at Cascade and worked with the girls team this past season on an informal basis.



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June 8  |  Herald Staff
The All-Wesco/Northwest league lacrosse teams were recently announced and several local players were named to the first or second teams.

Below is a list of the local players that were honored.

FIRST TEAM

Alex Indelicato, Kamiak, jr.

Johnny Adams, Monroe, jr.



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June 7  |  Herald Staff
The ninth annual Edmonds Summer Shootout girls basketball tournament will be held June 10-12 with games at Meadowdale, Lynnwood and Edmonds-Woodway High School. The tournament is the largest in Washington State with over 40 varsity teams and over 30 JV teams. The championship will be held Sunday, June 12 at Meadowdale High School.



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June 7  |  Herald Staff
King's High School has won the Scholastic Cup for ninth time. The year-long competition recognizes the top school in each of the six WIAA classifications based on academic, athletic and sportsmanship excellence.  Points are awarded by a school’s finish in each of the WIAA/Dairy Farmers of Washington/Les Schwab Tires State Championships and Academic State Championships.



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June 7  |  Herald Staff
The Snohomish girls lacrosse club, which competes in the North Sound League, had four players make the all-league team and one make the all-state team this season.



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June 6  |  Herald Staff
Eds. note: This year, The Herald decided to name its Girls Athlete of the Year award in honor of the late Kristi Bartz. Bartz, an Archbishop Murphy student who won the award in 2015 after passing away in May of last year, represented the kind of student-athlete the award was created to honor.



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June 6  |  Herald Staff
Eds. note: Vote below the biographies to help select the finalists for the Class of 2016 Boys Athlete of the Year. Only senior athletes are considered for Athlete of the Year nominations, which are provided by school athletic directors, coaches and Herald Writers. Voting ends Monday, June 13 at 2 p.m. In addition to athletic accomplishments, academics, community involvement and character are asked to be considered when nominating and taken into account when the final winner is...

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June 1  |  Herald Staff
The boys and girls soccer teams from Edmonds-Woodway High School will square off against each other at 7 p.m. on June 10 at Edmonds Stadium in an effort to raise money for the Special Olympics.

Admission will be $3 for students and $5 for adults. Donations will also be accepted with all proceeds going to the local Special Olympics.



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June 1  |  Herald Staff
A Wesco 4A/3A All-State feeder game was held on Wednesday at Lake Stevens High School. The two teams were made up of some of the best 3A and 4A players in Snohomish County, with 10 players nominated to participate in the All-State baseball game later this year.



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May 30  |  Herald Staff
Aaron Davenport

Cedarcrest | Baseball

Davenport, a sophomore, pitched a complete game five-hitter, allowing no earned runs and striking out eight in the Red Wolves’ 3-2 win over Fife in the 2A state semifinals. Cedarcrest fell 14-3 to Selah on Saturday in the state championship game.



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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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