Here is a look at the nominees for The Herald’s 2014 Boy and Girl Athlete of the Year.
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Brandon and Swift Current make rare appearances in Everett this weekend.
The freshman PG tries to get in 500 shots a day on his quest to be a success on the floor and in life.
Aggressive lineup moves pay off for the Eagles in a big Wesco 3A North win over the Seagulls.
After a ‘crazy busy’ week upon being traded to Everett, the new duo is finally settling in.
The Coupeville High School boys basketball program is celebrating its… Continue reading
Fifty-nine percent of responders believe the Seattle Mariners legend will be elected this year.
Lakewood girls basketball star Jelly Perry earned Athlete of the Week honors… Continue reading
Washington shoots just 38.5 percent from the field in defeat.
Washington Husky walk-on Josh Rasmussen conversed in sign language with a Special Olympics athlete.
The redshirt sophomore died Tuesday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.
Carson Tuttle’s performance was one of the best in the history of current Wesco 4A and 3A schools.
King’s Stella named the Class 1A MVP; a pair of Jackson players land spots on the 4A first team
He served as the Knights’ head coach for 20 seasons
With just two years left on his contract, the Seahawks coach has no choice but to go for it in 2018.
BOYS BASKETBALL Northwest 2A Anacortes 71, Lakewood 52 Northwest 1B Grace Academy…