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Ten Snohomish County high school teams are still alive to win a state championship this weekend.
Playing can build bonds that last a lifetime. Just look at the 2014 Pacific Little League team.
The 27-year-old will fight for the CFFC strawweight title on Saturday in California.
The Oregon State junior is 1 of 12 women selected to represent USA Basketball this August in Peru.
The Edmonds Community College softball team did itself one place better than last year. The Tritons took home the second-place trophy from the Northwest Athletic… Continue reading
Alex Stamey has made a major impact on the tournament while being a fixture at the event for over 20 years.
If they were all on the same team, these players could be good enough to reach the NCAA tourney.
Ten locals are on the rosters of the 64 teams selected for the tournament, which begins Friday.
The Tritons are the No. 3 seed to the NWAC tournament, which begins Friday.
It wasn’t a landslide, but voters expressed some excitement about the WNBA champs coming to town.
The reigning WNBA champs were short-handed in an 87-84 loss to Phoenix at Angel of the Winds Arena.
The skater is back with Stars On Ice after a win at Skate America in October lead to a world title.
Thursday’s exhibition features some of the biggest names in U.S. figure skating.
The league champs will face Phoenix in a preseason game on Wednesday at Angel of the Winds Arena.
Peter Olesen, a freshman at Jackson High School, will race the boat this summer.
Lynnwood’s Morgan and Snohomish’s Reynolds recognized by their conferences
The WNBA’s Seattle Storm make their Angel of the Winds Arena debut Wednesday in a preseason game.
With help from the state, the racetrack hopes to make improvements to lure a national NASCAR series.
I witnessed ‘Contemplative Doug,’ not ‘Angry Doug,’ in my time covering the Seahawks.
The top two teams in the NWAC North Region square off this weekend for the region title.