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Tips’ Fairbrother awaiting call after climbing NHL draft boards

The defenseman developed into a bona fide top-four blueliner in 2018-2019.

AquaSox catcher has all the makings of a big-leaguer

Carter Bins may have fallen in the MLB draft, but has the character, work ethic and heart to succeed.

Silvertips digest: Everett trades highly touted prospect

After recruiting him to no avail, Everett traded Dylan Holloway’s rights to Winnipeg for draft picks

Mariners’ top 2 picks report to AquaSox

1st-rounder George Kirby and 2nd-rounder Brandon Williamson sign their contracts and join Everett.

A look at the AquaSox’s opening-day roster

Everett opens the season with a deep pitching staff and an intriguing group of position players.

Everett AquaSox forth-round draft pick and pitcher Tim Elliott throws to first base on the first day of practice at Funko Field on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

AquaSox’s Elliott finished college career in style

The Georgia native tossed a game reminiscent of Braves legend Greg Maddux in his final college start.

Everett AquaSox forth-round draft pick and pitcher Tim Elliott throws to first base on the first day of practice at Funko Field on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 in Everett, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Running observations from the annual Everett Cup

The Merchants top the AquaSox 2-0 in eight innings to win their first Everett Cup since 2010.

Pair of AquaSox happy to be back in Pacific Northwest

Trent Tingelstad is from Marysville and Austin Shenton is from Bellingham.

Who are the top 35 minor-leaguers to come through Everett?

The Herald celebrates the 35th season of MiLB in Everett by ranking the top 35 players of all-time.

Pitch limits in softball? Some say yes, some say no

Coaches don’t view limits as necessary, while experts want more research on impact of heavy workloads.

Pair of local products selected on Day 3 of MLB draft

MP alum Trent Tingelstad is taken by the M’s and Cascade alum Austin Pinorini is selected by the Indians.

2019 Softball Player of the Year: Iyanla de Jesus

The Jackson senior star is the top player in the area for the second consecutive season.

Silvertips goaltender Dustin Wolf poses with the Doc Seaman trophy after being named the WHL’s scholastic player of the year at ceremony on May 1, 2019, in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. (WHL photo)

Silvertips digest: Wolf adds CHL honor over weekend

Hart, Gudas, Zwerger wrap up World Championships in Slovakia

Silvertips goaltender Dustin Wolf poses with the Doc Seaman trophy after being named the WHL’s scholastic player of the year at ceremony on May 1, 2019, in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. (WHL photo)
Jackson’s Iyanla De Jesus celebrates striking out a Lake Stevens batter Saturday night during the 4A State Softball Championships at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane on May 25, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Jackson wins 2nd straight 4A state softball title

The Timberwolves routed Lake Stevens 16-2 in an all-Wesco state championship game.

Jackson’s Iyanla De Jesus celebrates striking out a Lake Stevens batter Saturday night during the 4A State Softball Championships at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex in Spokane on May 25, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

4A live updates: Jackson, Lake Stevens to meet in final

Hubby’s big day at plate lifts Vikings over Storm; Clutch hit advances GP in consolation game

4A state softball: Lake Stevens advances, but rain halts play

Noon games postponed due to thunderstorms; Glacier Peak falls to undefeated Richland

Refocused Jackson softball aims to repeat as 4A champion

A team meeting earliler this month allowed the T-wolves to reconnect. They haven’t lost since.

Little League participation is down, but many still believe

Local officials are still trying to make it a memorable experience despite a drastic decline in numbers.

Edmonds-Woodway baseball blanked in 3A state regional

Mountain View’s 6-run 3rd inning was too much for the Warriors to overcome in an 8-0 season-ending loss.

Everett baseball ready for state after program-altering season

The Seagulls will play in the state tournament for the first time since 1995 on Saturday.