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Six local athletes were honored by the WIAA with weekly awards during the fall sports season.
Here are 5 high school sports events to keep an eye on over the next week.
An improbable touchdown on third-and-goal from the 45-yard line lifts the Vikings to a 28-14 win.
The Vikings’ high-powered offense faces the Falcons’ stingy defense with a trip to the title game on the line.
Snohomish claims a 5th-place state trophy in 3A and Lake Stevens finishes 7th in 4A.
Saturday’s game will mark the third time in the past three seasons the two have met in the state playoffs.
The Bearcats win a five-set quarterfinal match to earn the program’s first-ever state semifinal berth.
The two teams met last year, with the Vikings on the short end.
Six area teams are aiming to bring home trophies from the Yakima Valley SunDome.
A few prep events to keep an eye on this weekend.
Stanwood’s Jetlynn Hau wins the breaststroke and Snohomish’s Kayli Kersavage defends her diving title.
Isaiah Harris returns a 4th-quarter interception for a TD as the Vikings pull away late for a 56-42 win.
Joel Vincent informed his team prior to the season that this would be his last year at the helm.
The state’s best will gather in Federal Way this weekend.
The unbeaten Vikings are running more often this year, churning out more than 250 yards rushing per game.
Snohomish faces perennial power Bellevue, and Lake Stevens opens its state-title quest against Curtis.
This week also features girls soccer state- tournament action and postseason volleyball competition.
The Grizzlies achieved redemption with their 5th state team title in the past 9 years.
Arlington, Edmonds-Woodway earn top-5 team finishes in 3A boys competition.
Local teams look to take the next step and reach the state tournament.