Rich Myhre

Junior Silvertips hockey team gives local youths a shot

T.J. Oshie is an Everett-bred hockey player, and undoubtedly one of the best ever from Snohomish County. But to get that good, Oshie… Continue reading

Sounders give Glacier Peak grad chance to play in MLS

In the weeks before the Major League Soccer SuperDraft, Glacier Peak High School graduate Kyle Bjornethun and his father discussed the possibilities. “I told my… Continue reading

Snohomish soccer program gives children opportunities to succeed

It began with a question. Should kids with disabilities, who so often have other doors closed to them in life, have the opportunity to play… Continue reading

Lake Stevens’ Eason calls first year as Georgia QB ‘a great experience’

Football has already taken Jacob Eason a long way in life, and last year it took him a long way from his Lake Stevens home.… Continue reading

Seahawks beat Lions, earn a trip to Atlanta

Spotty at times, but ultimately too much for the slumping Detroit Lions, the Seattle Seahawks took their first playoff step Saturday night and… Continue reading

Seahawks notebook: Baldwin delivers another big performance

Doug Baldwin was twice a thief on Saturday. First, the Seattle Seahawks wide receiver stole a completion that kept the game-clinching drive alive,… Continue reading

Martin scores 28, GP boys top Kamiak 63-50 in Wesco 4A battle

With a blend of crisp offense and gritty defense, the Glacier Peak boys basketball team nabbed an early lead, raised it to double… Continue reading

Everett native Erickson calls it quits on prolific coaching career

It was inevitable, of course, that Everett native Dennis Erickson would one day come to the end of his long football coaching career. So when… Continue reading

Local legend remembers UW’s 1992 Rose Bowl win over Michigan

Saturday’s Peach Bowl showdown with Alabama, a semifinal matchup of the College Football Playoff, will undoubtedly be one of the biggest games in the long… Continue reading

Former Marysville rivals cherish chance to play for UW in Peach Bowl

Once rivals from Marysville, Austin Joyner and John Clark are today teammates on the University of Washington football team. That much they have… Continue reading

Snohomish native Bender inspires local women’s hockey players

As a young girl, Lexi Bender of Snohomish had a chance to meet Brooke Whitney and Kelly Stephens, two Seattle-area women who were among the… Continue reading

Seahawks notebook: Lockett out for the season

It was a big play for the Seattle Seahawks’ offense, but it turned out to be a terrible moment for wide receiver Tyler… Continue reading

Seahawks lose to Cardinals on a last-second field goal

On a day the Seattle Seahawks could have closed in on some big postseason prizes, they instead let the opportunity slip through their… Continue reading

Former Silvertips attending college on the WHL’s dime

When Brennan Yadlowski joined the Everett Silvertips back in 2010, he had dreams of someday playing in the National Hockey League. Now, nearly five years… Continue reading

Seahawks clinch NFC West with win over the Rams

Though cornerback Richard Sherman might disagree, playing on Thursday night seems to suit the Seattle Seahawks. In a game they very much needed… Continue reading

New Everett CC coach seized on an unexpected opportunity

On Oct. 3, Mike Trautman showed up for another day of practice with the Everett Community College men’s basketball team. But this was… Continue reading

Pair of local standouts help lead WWU girls soccer to national title

Though nearly a week has passed, the thrill of a national championship for Erin Russell and her Western Washington University women’s soccer teammates remains undiminished.… Continue reading

Stanwood surges in second half to beat Lake Stevens 74-51

At halftime, and despite a 10-point lead, Stanwood boys basketball coach Zach Ward wanted more from his team on Tuesday night. In the… Continue reading

Kamiak sophomore hopes to qualify for U.S. taekwondo team

As a young boy, Bilal Hasan of Mukilteo loved watching “The Power Rangers” on television. Indeed, he loved them so much that he… Continue reading

‘Last week wasn’t us’: Seahawks run away from Carolina, 40-7

A week after perhaps their most lackluster showing of the season, the Seattle Seahawks bounced back with gusto Sunday night, handing the defending… Continue reading