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This busy week of prep sports also includes district competition in cross country, boys tennis and girls soccer.
League titles were clinched, lots of playoff seeding was set and teams hit milestone achievements.
Jake Browning seals the Huskies’ win with a fourth-down TD pass to Aaron Fuller with under 4 minutes to go.
True freshman Daniel Arias hauls in a 37-yard touchdown on Colorado’s opening drive Saturday.
The Falcons’ numbers are up, and they’ve won 5 of their 7 games this season.
Oak Harbor has been one of the area’s more successful prep football programs in recent years. But despite winning more than 80 percent of their… Continue reading
The Panthers overcame Devon Martinka’s school-record 29 kills to remain unbeaten with a four-set win over Stanwood.
Here are four non-football events to keep an eye on this week.
League title and playoff chases are starting to heat up as the regular season winds down.
The loss ends the Mavericks’ hopes of winning the Wesco 3A South title
Tyler Paul has overcome challenges from autism to succeed socially, academically and athletically.
The Hawks can make program history by beating Bellingham in a pivotal Northwest 2A Lake Division clash.
The first-place clash between the Warriors and Red Wolves is one of several notable prep events this week.
Deyago Peraza places 4th to lead the E-W boys, and Naomi Smith of King’s finishes 3rd in the top girls race.
The third-ranked Vikings beat the Grizzlies 24-21 in a pivotal conference showdown of unbeatens.
Three of the school’s five wins this season were by more than 50 points.
The third-ranked Vikings take a 34-game Wesco 4A win streak into Friday’s showdown against Glacier Peak.
Freshman Jasett Smith’s match-winning spike lifts the Panthers to victory in a showdown of unbeatens.
Lakewood High School hosts one of the Pacific Northwest’s biggest annual prep cross country meets.
Snohomish and South Whidbey won overtime thrillers, and Marysville Getchell and Mariner prevailed in nail-biters.