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Jetlynn Hau broke through for her first state title last season and is eyeing another this fall.
The upstart Grizzlies roll to a 5-1 win, ending the Timberwolves’ 17-match conference unbeaten streak.
Arlington’s Jersey Heiss and Jackson’s Katie Cheng were named Athletes of the Week by the WIAA.
Two pivotal girls soccer matches — Jackson vs. GP and E-W vs. Arch. Murphy — highlight the action.
Lake Stevens’ rout of Monroe and Cascade’s 2OT loss to Mount Vernon highlighted Friday’s offensive fireworks.
The Eagles score on offense, defense and special teams in a 44-10 rout of the Spartans.
The Vikings host the Bearcats in a matchup that could have massive conference-title implications.
Lake Stevens hosts Monroe in a Wesco 4A showdown, while Arlington faces Stanwood in the Stilly Cup.
A league change for their club program allowed three talented Grizzlies to play for their high school.
Jackson aims for another Wesco 4A crown, Edmonds-Woodway looks to continue its success, and more.
The fall sports season begins to heat up with league play entering full-swing.
A trio of local teams had impressive showings against some of the state’s top competition.
The Eagles return two interceptions for TDs in a 33-7 win over the defending Wesco 3A North champions.
Lake Stevens-Lincoln, Monroe-Woodinville and Arch. Murphy-Hockinson are among other notable matchups.
Statement wins for local schools and an overtime battle were among the top highlights from Week 1.
Tanner Jellison tosses three TDs and the Vikings dismantle the Golden Eagles in a 55-0 rout.
The annual city rivalry is among a handful of notable season-opening matchups in the area.
With high school coaches reporting, or not, to different systems, statewide sports leaders are unknown.
Lake Stevens is again the odds-on favorite, while Monroe seeks a return to the league’s upper echelon.
The Vikings are set to embark on a ‘revenge tour’ they hope will end in a 4A state championship.