Funko Field’s facilities aren’t up to MLB’s standards, so Everett’s time as a partner with the ESD will likely have to end.
The trade eases Everett’s crunch of 20-year-olds and brings in some needed size to the roster.
The 19-year-old standout and reigning WHL Defenseman of the Year should provide Everett with a huge boost.
Plus, the Silvertips get a key piece back, Snohomish County is leading a new pickleball push and much more.
The former University of Puget Sound football All-American served as the Everett School District’s athletic director for nearly 17 years.
The longtime youth football referee was twice named Official of the Year by the State Officials Association.
Seattle’s offensive improvement is canceled out by struggles on defense.
The Eagles went on a remarkable postseason run to claim the 1982 AA state championship.
Everett exacts a small amount of revenge over the team that ousted them from the playoffs last season with a 4-1 victory.
Goshorn led Lynnwood to five state championships in 34 seasons as head coach of the boys and girls cross country teams.
A look at the most pressing topics as Everett gets set to open the 2022-23 campaign on Saturday.
The legendary football coach guided Everett High School to a national championship in 1920.
The Cascade graduate won multiple NAIA national swimming championships at Pacific Lutheran University.
The Everett High School alum competed in 25 events on the Professional Bowlers Association tour, including winning the Senior Masters in 1999.
Plus, a trio of key Silvertips are back with the team for the season opener, Max Gray is added to the XFL draft pool and much more.
Bart Foley won three state titles as coach of the Knights and has visions of doing the same for the Mavericks.
The Lynnwood native and King’s High School graduate was a 4-year starter for the Washington volleyball team.
The Cascade High School grad played 12 seasons in the MLB and made three All-Star teams.
Ugly days for the offense and coaching lead to ugly marks for Seattle.
Ivan and Peter Sokolenko both qualified for the AAU national taekwondo team this summer — but have even loftier goals.