High school sports

Stanwood girls could have 4 wrestlers at state

The Stanwood girls wrestling team is making strides under first-year coach Todd Freeman. “We have 10 girls on the team, which isn’t a bad number,”… Continue reading

‘Most athletic group’ at Arlington boys basketball

The Arlington boys basketball team’s inconsistency has been a concern for coach Nick Brown this season, but nonetheless the Eagles are firmly in contention for… Continue reading

Mountlake Terrace swim & dive enjoying a big jump in numbers

The Mountlake Terrace boys swimming and diving team has undergone somewhat of a growth spurt. Last season the Hawks had 10 swimmers and divers. That… Continue reading

Prep hot tickets: Jan. 23-Jan. 27

Here are four local prep events to keep an eye on this week: 1. Girls basketball: Stanwood at Snohomish, 7:15 p.m. Wednesday. This game will… Continue reading

Saturday’s prep scores, links to recaps

BOYS BASKETBALL Non-conference Renton 51, King’s 46 Cashmere 61, Granite Falls 32 Northwest 2B/1B Mount Vernon Christian 61, Darrington 48 Northwest 1A Lummi Nation 72,… Continue reading

Bearcats pull away from Jackson in 79-67 win

Monroe’s Colby Kyle scores 24 points in his return from injury and Spencer Davidson tacks on 21.

Friday’s prep stars of the night

George Reidy, G, Cedar Park Christian Reidy, a senior, scored 38 of the Eagles’ 58 points, including 17 of their 18 in the fourth quarter… Continue reading

Lake Stevens girls show grit in 66-58 win over Glacier Peak

The Vikings rally from 13 down at half to take over sole possession of 1st place in Wesco 4A.

Friday’s prep basketball scores, recaps

Once again, a variety of local high school basketball players turned in dynamic offensive performances Friday. Lewis Pope scored 41 points to lead the South… Continue reading

Everett’s Stephan Erosa, left, competes against Arlington Brantly StupeyThursday night at Arlington High School in Arlington on January 18, 2018. The Eagles won 37-25.(Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Arlington wrestlers scrap to 37-25 win over Everett

Aggressive lineup moves pay off for the Eagles in a big Wesco 3A North win over the Seagulls.

Everett’s Stephan Erosa, left, competes against Arlington Brantly StupeyThursday night at Arlington High School in Arlington on January 18, 2018. The Eagles won 37-25.(Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Coupeville boys basketball celebrating 101st anniversary Friday

The Coupeville High School boys basketball program is celebrating its 101st anniversary during Friday night’s 5:15 p.m. home game against Chimacum. The game… Continue reading

Lakewood’s Perry earns WIAA Athlete of the Week honors

Lakewood girls basketball star Jelly Perry earned Athlete of the Week honors from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association for Jan. 7-13. Perry, a 5-foot-7 senior… Continue reading

Thursday’s prep scores, links to recaps

BOYS BASKETBALL Northwest 2A Anacortes 71, Lakewood 52 Northwest 1B Grace Academy 58, Providence Classical Christian 25 BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING Wesco Mariner 106, Mountlake… Continue reading

Thursday’s prep stars of the night

Erik Hallgrimson, Shorecrest Hallgrimson won the 200-yard individual medley and 500 freestyle events, and was part of the Scots’ winning 200 medley, 200 freestyle and… Continue reading

Tuesday’s prep stars of the night

Lewis Pope, G, South Whidbey Pope, a senior, scored 17 of his 23 points after halftime in the Falcons’ pivotal 64-60 win over Cedarcrest. Calvin… Continue reading

Wednesday’s prep stars of the night

Here are Wednesday’s prep stars of the night: Carolyn Brunner, P, Kamiak Brunner, a senior, hit a corner 3-pointer at the buzzer off an assist… Continue reading

Wednesday’s prep results, with links to recaps

Here are Wednesday’s prep results, with links to recaps: BOYS BASKETBALL Northwest 1B Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace 76, Orcas Christian 33, stats not reported BOYS… Continue reading

Kamiak senior’s 52-point outburst this season was historic

Carson Tuttle’s performance was one of the best in the history of current Wesco 4A and 3A schools.

Dan Mack steps down as the head football coach at Kamiak

He served as the Knights’ head coach for 20 seasons