The longtime congressman isn’t solely responsible, but he played a small role in bringing the event to the Pacific Northwest.
The standout forward who scored 37 goals this past season recently signed a professional contract to play in Finland.
Also, EvCC athletes named All-American, Tulalip native signs with MLB organization and more.
Everett misses out on its first chance to clinch a playoff spot, but the surging Sox are 11-5 over their past 16 games.
The Snohomish High School senior-to-be is a top contender at Saturday’s Mark Galloway Shootout.
Two months into the season it’s time to check how new rules are effecting minor-league play — and the results are staggering.
Plus, locals compete in youth track nationals and more.
The 43-year-old previously held the title of Everett’s director of player personnel.
Plus, goaltender Braden Holt gets invited to the USA Hockey national junior evaluation camp and more.
The hard-throwing right-hander and his four-pitch mix have given batters fits all season long.
Everett runs off nine straight victories for the first time since the franchise joined the Northwest League.
The three-time MLB All-Star is one of eight individuals and one team set to be inducted in September.
Plus, Roe and White earn All-American honors and a trio of ERA boats place at youth rowing nationals.
Vaughan Rody, who officiated his final game in April, said he “lived a dream.”
Everett, now in third place, did a little bit of everything on its way to outscoring Hillsboro 34-12 over 6 games.
The Snohomish County icon returns, along with his son, for a passing academy aimed at helping area quarterbacks.
The Everett Rowing Association U16 boys 8+ boat leads the organization’s entry into the major event.
Plus, Silvertips sign top draft pick, local falls short in U.S. Open bid and tryouts open for baseball academy.
Everett also had 3 Mariners make rehab appearances, an infielder traded and 2 players win league honors.
The 18-year-old Anaheim Ducks draftee is the first Everett player to ever win the award.