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Lynnwood hires new boys basketball coach

Casey Tucker will replace Bobby Hinnenkamp, who resigned after 4 seasons leading the Royals.

 

Stanwood junior wrestles her way to a state title

Chanel Siva switched up her plan and won the 235-pound class Saturday night at Mat Classic XXXI.

 

Lake Stevens contender forced to injury default at Mat Classic

Vikings junior 285-pounder Devin Kylany hurt his knee during a quarterfinal loss.

Wrestling helped turned Lake Stevens student into football prospect

Devin Kylany, an LSHS junior, has offers from Pac-12 schools and is competing in Mat Classic XXXI.

Kamiak wrestler surprises herself with second-place finish

The 110-pound junior became the Knights girls wrestling program’s first official finalist.

Mat Classic: Expanded format brings challenges

But most of the obstacles encountered on the 1st day were minor ones.

List of local qualifiers for Mat Classic XXXI

The state wrestling tournament is Friday and Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.

Regional wrestling tournaments canceled statewide

The WIAA will convert next weekend’s state tournament into a 32-person bracket format.

A young Granite Falls wrestling team is on the rise

The Tigers have a number of candidates primed for success as the postseason begins.

Sultan tops Granite Falls for conference wrestling crown

The Turks earn their seventh consecutive league title with a 48-24 win over the upstart Tigers.

Freshman helps Everett wrestling halt Stanwood’s unbeaten run

Chaves Petronave’s pin sealed the Seagulls’ 49-24 win over the Spartans in a Wesco 3A North clash.

Top girls wrestler Hubby transfers to Lake Stevens

The reigning WIAA state champion and nationally-ranked junior was at Glacier Peak last season.

Prep wrestling preview: Snohomish boys ‘ready to take on anyone’

The Panthers fought injuries last year, but hope depth in the upper weights leads to a turnaround.

Prep wrestling preview: 5 storylines to watch

Girls wrestling continues to grow, plus some of the area’s breakout stars and impact freshmen.

Postseason penalty shootouts test confidence as much as skill

Nine girls soccer state championships in the past 10 years have been decided via shootout.

How a small town saved its high school football program

Darrington set aside pride and tradition so the game could survive — with eight players instead of 11.

Isaak Whitworth, left, spins a kick at Sung Ho Park, 18, during sparing at NW Black Belt Taekwondo on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Local taekwondo competitors fare well at national events

In July, 19-year-old Isaak Whitworth won his first taekwondo national championship after devoting much of his young life to the study of the… Continue reading

Isaak Whitworth, left, spins a kick at Sung Ho Park, 18, during sparing at NW Black Belt Taekwondo on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Wrestlers get a chance to push their limits, build bonds

Over 220 wrestlers from 40 high schools across the state attended Center Circle Wrestling Camp.

Wrestling roundup: Stanwood’s Van Scoy places 7th in Fargo

The sophomore finished strong at the Cadet Greco championships, Lake Stevens’ Isaac Gust could join him.