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The Chargers won their first team title in the girls portion of the Bill Kehoe South Sound Invite.
Three pivotal girls soccer matches and two girls swim meets are among the highlights.
More than 4,000 runners descend Saturday on Lakewood High School for the massive cross-country meet.
League-title races are heating up around the area as the season hits its stretch run.
The Vikings smother the Grizzlies 41-3 in a Wesco 4A matchup of teams that entered with perfect records.
After years of being an offensive juggernaut, the Grizzlies have undergone an identity shift.
Among Friday’s other pivotal matchups are Lake Stevens-Glacier Peak and Archbishop Murphy-Lakewood.
The Cougars entered Monday night unbeaten through nine matches, with five wins and four draws.
More than 125 high schools are headed to Saturday’s 36th annual Hole in the Wall Invite at Lakewood.
Two local games Friday night came down to a 2-point conversion attempt in the closing moments.
The Grizzlies keep the Bruins’ powerful rushing attack at bay in a 35-14 Wesco 4A victory.
Glacier Peak coach Shane Keck faces his former team, plus Lakewood meets Lynden in a 2A top-10 clash.
Davanta Murphy-Mcmillan has rushed for 1,076 yards and 15 touchdowns in just four games.
A look at some of the top local teams and runners, including defending state champ Naomi Smith from King’s.
Three locals won events at the 29-team invitational at King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Nearly 80 cross-country teams are set to compete in Saturday’s annual Twilight Invite in Marysville.
Red-zone defense and Salvon Ahmed’s 89-yard TD lead the Huskies past USC 28-14 in a Top-25 clash.
Local teams put up many strong defense performances on Friday night.
The No. 2 Wildcats host No. 4 Lynden in a pivotal Sky Division opener between perennial powers.
Kamiak’s Pac-12-bound star, Snohomish’s two-time diving state champ and others highlight the area’s talent.