A look ahead at the high school basketball season

The high school basketball season kicks off today. Here’s a collection of our previews of the upcoming season. To follow along during the season, or the check out the schedule, click here.

3A girls

Wesco 3A North and South girls basketball preview

Rielly sisters provide spark for Everett’s girls program

3A boys

Wesco 3A North and South boys basketball preview

Mountlake Terrace hoops hungry for more after trip to state

4A boys

Wesco 4A North and South boys basketball preview

Dawn of a new era for Arlington hoops

4A girls

Wesco 4A North and South girls basketball preview

Despite moving up, Royals have great expectations

Cascade

Cascade Conference boys and girls hoops preview

Archbishop Murphy’s Carlson is ‘as tough as they get’

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