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Meadowdale football coach steps down for coaching jobs in Texas

Matt Leonard, who coached the Mavs for 4 years, will coach wrestling and football in Pflugerville, Texas.

 

Lake Stevens grad settling into radio gig with Salem-Keizer

Recently hired Volcanoes announcer Payne Patchett, 18, is back in town for a series against the AquaSox.

 

The Herald’s 2019 Girls Athlete of the Year: Taylor Roe

The Lake Stevens distance runner finished her decorated prep career with 9 individual state titles.

 

Northwest 2A football league to look a bit different this fall

Anacortes won’t field a varsity team, and Blaine is moving to the Sky Division of the two-tiered league.

A familiar face returns as Mountlake Terrace’s football coach

Tony Umayam, who coached the Hawks for 11 seasons before stepping down in 2015, is back as head coach.

20 years of making baseball miracles happen

Monroe’s Miracle League — a league for children and adults with special needs — celebrates its 20th season.

Meadowdale sophomore, River Stewart, totaled 32 goals and 10 assists while leading the Mavericks to a district title and the programs’s first state berth since 2005. Stewart is the Boys Soccer Player of the Year. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

2019 Boys Soccer Player of the Year: River Stewart

The sophomore tallied 32 goals while helping Meadowdale reach state for the first time since 2005.

Meadowdale sophomore, River Stewart, totaled 32 goals and 10 assists while leading the Mavericks to a district title and the programs’s first state berth since 2005. Stewart is the Boys Soccer Player of the Year. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

CPC football coach named an assistant on Seattle’s new XFL team

Butch Goncharoff will remain Cedar Park Christian’s head coach, in addition to being an XFL assistant.

Jackson two-way star senior Iyanla de Jesus was named the state’s Gatorade Softball Player of the Year after leading the Timberwolves to a second consecutive state title. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Prep notebook: Jackson star named Gatorade softball state POY

Iyanla de Jesus is Gatorade’s state player of the year after leading her team to back-to-back state titles.

Jackson two-way star senior Iyanla de Jesus was named the state’s Gatorade Softball Player of the Year after leading the Timberwolves to a second consecutive state title. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Tacoma Dome out as host of prep football state championships

The WIAA cited fan experience and financial implications as reasons for not renewing the venue’s contract.

Archbishop Murphy gets new head football coach

Interim head coach Mark Leone will replace Jerry Jensen for the 2019 season.

Girls state track: Lake Stevens’ Roe captures 2 more titles

The Vikings star wins the 800 and 3,200 to finish her prep career as a nine-time state champion.

Tradition of elite Everett shot putters continues

Seagulls junior Jayden White placed second in the shot put on Day 1 of the state track & field meet.

State baseball preview: Capsules for the 2A state final four

Archbishop Murphy faces Selah in Friday’s semifinals for a spot in Saturday’s state championship game.

State softball preview: A look at the area’s state-bound teams

Capsules for each of the nine local teams playing in this weekend’s state softball tournaments.

The Jackson boys soccer team will make its first-ever state semifinal appearance Friday night when it faces Puyallup for a spot in Saturday’s Class 4A state championship match. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

State soccer preview: Capsules for the 4A state final four

The Jackson boys soccer team will make its first-ever state semifinal appearance Friday night.

The Jackson boys soccer team will make its first-ever state semifinal appearance Friday night when it faces Puyallup for a spot in Saturday’s Class 4A state championship match. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Everett golfers Austin Duffy (left-right), Andrew Olson, Ronny Kildall and Andrew Martin all were part of last year’s team that earned a state runner-up finish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett, Kamiak boys golf teams primed to contend at state

The new team-centered format could reward the Seagulls and Knights. Plus, a look at other top locals.

Everett golfers Austin Duffy (left-right), Andrew Olson, Ronny Kildall and Andrew Martin all were part of last year’s team that earned a state runner-up finish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett baseball’s breakthrough season comes to end

The Seagulls fall to Peninusla 6-2 in the opening round of the state tournament.

Arlington baseball falls to O’Dea in heavyweight state clash

The Eagles’ terrific season ends with a 7-6 walk-off loss to the Fighting Irish in the opening round.