Cameron Van Til

Monroe football coach Bumpus steps down

The ex-WSU wide receiver elevated the Bearcats’ program to new heights in his 5 years at the helm.

Hot Tickets: What to watch this week in prep sports

A girls hoops showdown between Wesco 3A/2A contenders Arlington and Shorecrest is among the highlights.

Prep notebook: Everett, Jackson boys hoops post dramatic wins

Everett’s game-winner highlighted a compelling week of basketball, plus other high school sports notes.

Boys basketball preview: 5 storylines to watch

Wesco 4A looks as balanced as it’s been in years, while MP is favored in an intriguing Wesco 3A/2A race.

Boys basketball preview: MP has something to prove

The Tomahawks are hungry to show they are still a state contender without star RaeQuan Battle.

Football Offensive Player of the Year: Dallas Landeros

The Lake Stevens senior ran for 1,645 yards and 27 TDs to help lead the Vikings’ high-scoring attack.

Marysville-Pilchuck’s Aaron Kalab drives to the basket with Kelso’s Riley Noah trailing Saturday afternoon at Everett Community College on February 22, 2019 in Everett. The Tomahawks won 72-51 to advance to the Tacoma Dome. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Hot Tickets: What to watch this week in prep sports

Among the highlights is an MP-Jackson boys basketball clash of defending Wesco champions.

Marysville-Pilchuck’s Aaron Kalab drives to the basket with Kelso’s Riley Noah trailing Saturday afternoon at Everett Community College on February 22, 2019 in Everett. The Tomahawks won 72-51 to advance to the Tacoma Dome. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Lake Stevens junior outside hitter Samaya Morin is The Herald’s Volleyball Player of the Year. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Volleyball Player of the Year: Lake Stevens’ Samaya Morin

The junior outside hitter led the Vikings to a program-best second-place state trophy.

Lake Stevens junior outside hitter Samaya Morin is The Herald’s Volleyball Player of the Year. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Herald Athletic Cup update: Lake Stevens sits in 1st place

After a success-filled fall sports season, the Vikings lead all area schools with 68 points.

Hot Tickets: What to watch this week in prep sports

The winter sports season opens this week with a compelling slate of basketball and wrestling.

UW makes it 7 straight Apple Cup wins

Washington’s defense stymies WSU’s Air Raid attack yet again and the Huskies roll to a 31-13 victory.

Apple Cup notebook: UW pass rush steps up to challenge

The Huskies sack Cougs QB Anthony Gordon five times; WSU had given up just 13 sacks all season.

Lake Stevens compiled likely one of the most dominant seasons in Snohomish County high school football history. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Prep football year in review: A look back at the 2019 season

A look at the area’s ‘Fab Four,’ plus the games of the year, play of the year and most-improved squad.

Lake Stevens compiled likely one of the most dominant seasons in Snohomish County high school football history. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Arlington volleyball caps season with 1st-ever state trophy

The Eagles finished 6th in the 3A state tournament over the weekend.

2A state football: Tumwater blanks Archbishop Murphy 48-0

The Wildcats were held to 119 total yards of offense in a quarterfinal loss to the Thunderbirds.

WSU-bound lineman’s return provides added boost for Lake Stevens

Back from a torn ACL, star left tackle Devin Kylany made his season debut in last week’s state opener.

After dramatic win, MP set to face star-studded Lincoln

Coming off a wild OT victory, the Tomahawks travel to meet the talent-laden Abes in the state quarters.

Reloaded Lake Stevens volleyball team set for another state trip

Despite graduating key players from last season, the Vikings reached state for the 4th straight year.

A look at the local state-bound 4A/3A volleyball teams

Lake Stevens, Snohomish and Arlington open state tournament play Friday in the Yakima Valley SunDome.