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Keyed by a 15-0 third-quarter run, the Grizzlies surged past the Vikings for a pivotal 66-52 win.
Lake Stevens had 3 players named to the Associated Press all-state teams, which were released Monday.
Several pivotal conference matchups in basketball highlight this week’s high school sports action.
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The Grizzlies take the lead after trailing by 19 at halftime, but come up just short in a 58-55 loss.
Four members of the Myers family officiated basketball in the area for a combined 90-plus seasons.
Some of the state’s top girls basketball teams are headed to the Top of the Peak tournament.
Several local hoops teams are highly ranked, and an MP wrestler was honored after beating 2 state champs.
The three-star cornerback has Pac-12 offers from Oregon and Cal, but is in no rush to sign.
The Mavericks build a 16-point lead, then fend off a late Panthers comeback bid to earn a 47-41 win.
The ex-WSU wide receiver elevated the Bearcats’ program to new heights in his 5 years at the helm.
A girls hoops showdown between Wesco 3A/2A contenders Arlington and Shorecrest is among the highlights.
Everett’s game-winner highlighted a compelling week of basketball, plus other high school sports notes.
Wesco 4A looks as balanced as it’s been in years, while MP is favored in an intriguing Wesco 3A/2A race.
The Tomahawks are hungry to show they are still a state contender without star RaeQuan Battle.
The Lake Stevens senior ran for 1,645 yards and 27 TDs to help lead the Vikings’ high-scoring attack.
Among the highlights is an MP-Jackson boys basketball clash of defending Wesco champions.
The junior outside hitter led the Vikings to a program-best second-place state trophy.
After a success-filled fall sports season, the Vikings lead all area schools with 68 points.