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Seahawks find their identity in a 24-13 win over the Cowboys
A strong running game and opportunistic defense power Seattle to its first win of the season
Arlington QB leads come-from-behind win over Ferndale (video)
Senior Anthony Whitis engineers back-to-back scoring drives in the 4th quarter to stun Ferndale 37-34
Stanwood senior volleyball standout has winning formula
Devon Martinka is humble, hardworking and poised to lead the Spartans to a 3rd straight state berth.
Glacier Peak pulls aways late in win over Jackson (video)
Star quarterback Ayden Ziomas accounts for 4 TDs in the Grizzlies’ 39-23 win.
Glacier Peak football team continues dominance of Snohomish (video)
The Grizzlies beat the Panthers for the 7th straight year.
AquaSox drop playoff opener to Indians
Hisashi Iwakuma labors in his rehab start and Everett falls 7-3 to open the best-of-three series.
Suffocating defense leads Archbishop Murphy over Eatonville (video)
The Wildcats hold the Vikings to just 4 total yards in a season-opening 23-3 victory.
MP soccer star lands spot on Fijian Women’s National Team
Marysville Pilchuck’s Trina Davis is off to the South Pacific eyeing a spot in the 2019 FIFA World Cup.
Cano’s rehab in Everett ends early; AquaSox lose to Eugene
The Mariner star’s stint here was shortened from four games to three. He rejoins the Mariners this week.
Walk soccer offers a more casual way to play
The ‘fun alternative to the full version of the game’ has come to Snohomish County.
Edmonds-Woodway grad chasing his dream on the baseball diamond
After not being picked in the MLB draft, Tate Budnick signed with the Milwaukee Brewers organization.
Former AquaSox pitcher goes from field to M’s front office
David Hesslink spent last year on the mound in Everett, but now is helping the big club with analytics.
The Herald’s 2018 Girls Athlete of the Year: Kelsey Bassett
The senior won state titles in two individual sports — for two different schools.
The Herald’s 2018 Boys Athlete of the Year: Mason Phillips
The Stanwood wrestler finished his high school career with a perfect 85-0 record and 3 state titles.
Lynnwood basketball player perseveres despite MS diagnosis
MS, a torn ACL and a broken wrist couldn’t keep Kia Crawford from her goal of playing in college.
2018 Baseball Player of the Year: Brett Gillis
The Cascade senior reaped the benefits of his offseason preparation.
Glacier Peak soccer’s season ends with tough loss to Sumner
The Grizzlies tie the state quarterfinals match in stoppage time, but lose 3-2 in double OT.
Snohomish’s state soccer run ends with loss to Redmond
The Mustangs break open the game in the 2nd half to win 4-0 and end the Panthers’ season in the quarterfinals.
Snohomish boys soccer turn state opener into rout
Nathan Nicholson scored 4 goals for the Panthers in a 7-2 blowout of Mount Tahoma.
Glacier Peak boys soccer beats Mount Vernon, heads to state
Keegan Rubio scored twice in the Grizzlies’ 3-0 win over the Bulldogs in the 4A district title match.