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Senior Bobby Martin scores with 4.3 seconds to play and the Grizzlies hang on to win 50-49 to advance.
Below are capsules for Saturday’s state regional basketball games involving local boys…
King’s boys advance in 1A state tournament; Glacier Peak girls lose.
A post-loss team meeting served as the catalyst for the Knights’ run to the 4A Northwest District tournament championship.
A year after losing its two state tournament games, Stanwood is eager to return to the Tacoma Dome.
Below are capsules for upcoming state regional basketball games involving local girls teams. The numbers indicate each team’s seeding among the 16 squads that have… Continue reading
The Royals overcame adversity and ‘ups and downs’ to reach the state regionals.
Back from a knee injury last year, she’s everywhere on offense and anchors the Scots’ defense.
The talented youngsters say playing with the Academy has made them better people as well as players.
Dan Taylor teaches freshmen at Meadowdale High School. He worked with a lot of ninth-graders as well this season as King’s girls basketball coach. With… Continue reading
The play of Stanwood boys basketball players Matt Vail and Mitch Jones has been key to the Spartans’ success this season. As the team’s two… Continue reading
In a preseason Wesco 3A coaches poll, the Marysville Pilchuck boys basketball team was picked to finish sixth. That didn’t sit too well with the… Continue reading
Four high school sports events to keep an eye on this week
Lynnwood and Stanwood girls face each other Saturday at Jackson High School
Mason Phillips wins his third state title in a row while Malachi Lawrence goes back-to-back.
Snohomish County schools were well represented on the podium at the state swimming championships.
Glacier Peak’s Kiley Hubby, Snohomish’s Joessie Gonzales work out together, created a ‘special bond.’
Glacier Peak’s boys and girls squads also move on.
The Marysville Pilchuck wrestling team placed three wrestlers into Saturday’s Mat Classic XXX semifinals, most among area schools. Stanwood, Sultan and Darrington have… Continue reading