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Snohomish’s powerful offensive line includes two brothers playing together for the first time.
Here are four non-football prep events to keep an eye on this week.
The Glacier Peak cross country team made a success-filled trip to Hawaii two weekends ago. The Grizzlies placed second in both the boys and girls… Continue reading
Arlington engineers another late comeback, and Lake Stevens tested by physical Mount Vernon squad.
The Panthers surge into first place in the Wesco 3A South with a 36-3 win over the Seagulls.
The Archbishop Murphy and Lynden football teams have squared off six times in the last decade, including four clashes in the final two rounds of… Continue reading
The two revitalized high school football programs have a combined 5-1 record and play each other Friday.
Here are four non-football prep sporting events to keep an eye on this week.
The third week of the high school football season left more questions than answers.
Goddard Stadium was evacuated Friday after gunshots were reportedly fired.
The Vikings rush for 383 yards in a 49-31 victory over Monroe
Kasen Kinchen, who has an offer from Oregon, has three interceptions in two games this season.
The Vikings take a 31-game conference win streak into the matchup, which decided the Wesco 4A title the past two years.
After a disappointing playoff run a season ago, the Panthers have their eyes set on redemption.
Numerous local cross country teams are set to compete in Saturday’s 40th annual South Whidbey Invitational.
Top-10 showdowns, big wins for struggling programs and more from Week 2.
Gameday tips for fans attending University of Washington football games this fall at Husky Stadium.
The 4A No. 6 Vikings dominate the 3A No. 2 Abes on both sides of the ball in a 38-21 non-league win.
Coming off a two-win season, the Tommies and their powerful rushing attack are ready to be a factor.
The Wildcats had no answer for the Hawks’ powerful offense in the 42-13 defeat.