Hal Uderitz was drafted in the third round by Seattle and aims to prove in preseason he’s deserving of a first-team contract.
Plus, professional bull riding is coming to Everett, former Silvertips are headed to the Olympics and more.
After a delayed start to region play, the Trojans begin their quest for another crown on Wednesday.
Western Conference-leading Everett decided not to make any moves and will go forward with its current pieces.
Jean-Luc Baker and Sean Beighton qualified for the Winter Olympics, but 1 positive COVID test could derail their dreams.
The 33-year-old spent parts of eight seasons with the Blue Jays, Pirates and Orioles.
In a normal year Everett would be considered a buyer, but this is anything but a normal year.
Plus, a Snohomish alum is drafted by the Sounders and the Steelheads name their women’s indoor coaches.
Seattle finishes a turbulent season on a high note with solid performances across the board.
Jean-Luc Baker and his partner, Kaitlyn Hawayek, will represent the U.S. at Beijing in ice dancing.
A bill put forward by Sen. John Lovick of Mill Creek seeks to recognize and aid the rapidly growing sport.
The closure of the mountain passes forces Everett to call off Friday’s game with Spokane and Saturday’s and Sunday’s with Tri-City.
After a rough 12-month stretch, the former Lynnwood star is enjoying basketball and has her sights set on the WNBA once again.
The WHL U.S. Division rivals will play on Feb. 26 at the home of the NHL’s Seattle Kraken.
Jean-Luc Baker and partner Kaitlin Hawayek are set to compete at the U.S. Figure Skating Championship Friday and Saturday.
Defensemen Olen Zellweger and Ronan Seeley, center Michal Gut and coach Dennis Williams are all back for Everett.
Seattle’s offense was excellent, and the defense played strong for just over a half.
Looking back at a year that saw that return of high school sports and a number of locals making big news.
The league also announces the basketball championship held in Everett will be pushed back two weeks.
The Silvertips will likely be getting participants back earlier than expected after Wednesday’s announcement.