David Krueger

Postcard from camp: King’s High School

The King’s football team accomplished a longtime goal for the first time in the 2015 season. Now, the Knights are looking… Continue reading

Transfer Montez teams with Gurley to form dynamic duo for Murphy

One senior has been to the postseason back-to-back years, getting to the 2A state semifinals at the Tacoma Dome last season. The other… Continue reading

Postcard from camp: Jackson H.S. football

The Jackson football team has taken its lumps the last couple years. But after going 5-15 the last two seasons, the Jackson… Continue reading

Local high school baseball coaches split on new pitch-count mandate

A new national rule has been issued that requires individual states to set up a strict pitch count for high school baseball players for next… Continue reading

Mukilteo shooting victim remembered as a steadfast teammate

To his Kamiak High School coaches and classmates, Jacob “Jake” Long was bright and kind, a caring big brother and a young man… Continue reading

Football coach Jensen selected as athletic director at Archbishop Murphy

Archbishop Murphy head football coach Jerry Jensen has been selected as the school’s new athletic director. Jensen, who has coached the Wildcat football team since… Continue reading

Chance to share Griffey’s special day worth the effort

The Kid got a little choked up as he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. So did this kid sitting… Continue reading

Beloved Kamiak baseball coach Frank Nickerson dies at age 56

Sports, baseball in particular, were always incredibly important to Frank Nickerson. But nothing, not even the Boston Red Sox, came above family. Nickerson put his… Continue reading

Eason a finalist for national award, but Tatum selected

By David Krueger Herald Writer Former Lake Stevens quarterback Jacob Eason, who was named the 2015-16 Gatorade National Football Player of the Year, was a… Continue reading

Spokane hitters had nothing to lose in facing M’s Hernandez

Suffice it to say the Spokane Indians had heard of the Everett starting pitcher for Sunday afternoon’s game. Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez,… Continue reading

AquaSox notes: Furbush to rehab in Everett; Frogs rained out

One day after Everett officially announced that Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez would pitch for the AquaSox in a rehab start on Sunday… Continue reading

M’s make it official: King Felix will pitch Sunday in Everett

The King is returning to Everett. Felix Hernandez, the Seattle Mariners Cy Young-winning ace who started his professional career with the Everett AquaSox… Continue reading

M’s top pick Lewis, AquaSox explode in 12-1 rout of Emeralds

The Everett AquaSox scored early and often in their third try of the season against Eugene, with the Frogs cruising to a 12-1… Continue reading

After whirlwind weekend, Arlington’s Russ commits to Eastern Michigan

Jayla Russ was celebrating a win at last weekend’s Spokane Hoopfest when her phone rang. And a different kind of celebration began. The recent Arlington… Continue reading

Kamiak’s Shubert follows in his grandfather’s footsteps

Nate Shubert flew to Spokane on Monday to prepare for the 4A/3A East-West All-State football game with his West teammates. But the Kamiak senior got… Continue reading

Jacob Eason is The Herald’s Boys High School Athlete of the Year

Name an award and chances are former Lake Stevens High School quarterback Jacob Eason has won it. After his stellar performance on the football field… Continue reading

AquaSox walk off with 3-2 win over Boise

Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Wade Miley got the Everett staff off to a strong start Friday night in a rehab assignment with the… Continue reading