Rich Myhre

Edmonds-Woodway wrestlers earn big win over Everett in opener

Though the first match of the season usually presents uncertainty for high school wrestling coaches, uncertainty turned to joy for Edmonds-Woodway’s Brian Alfi… Continue reading

Liberty parallels Archbishop Murphy in many ways

They have rolled to a perfect 12-0 record, they have a high-scoring offense, they play stout defense, and they are eager for the chance to… Continue reading

2005 Kamiak High grad helps bring basketball to Tibet

In his playing days, Bill Johnson often traveled far from his Everett home for basketball. He played collegiately at Boston’s Massachusetts Institute of… Continue reading

Silvertips power past the Oil Kings 5-2

The Everett Silvertips continued their winning ways Friday night, and a 5-2 Western Hockey League victory over Edmonton allowed the Tips to pad… Continue reading

‘Everything was on the line’ for UW, WSU in 1981 Apple Cup

On Friday afternoon, the Washington and Washington State football teams will meet in Pullman for the annual Apple Cup, with the winner in line to… Continue reading

Seahawks fly past the Eagles, 26-15

Since 2012, the Seattle Seahawks have been superb from November to January, winning 30 of 36 regular-season games in those months prior to… Continue reading

Huskies notebook: King’s one-handed interception thrills teammates

University of Washington senior cornerback Kevin King had the game’s individual highlight with a remarkable interception early in the second quarter of Saturday… Continue reading

No. 7 UW sets up big Apple Cup with 44-18 win over Arizona State

With Washington State losing at Colorado earlier Saturday, the University of Washington football did not need to beat Arizona State to set up… Continue reading

Jackson grad helping turn around WSU volleyball program

At 6 feet tall, Washington State University volleyball player Haley MacDonald is big enough to play at the net. Though some teammates and opponents are… Continue reading

Archbishop Murphy situation forcing WIAA to consider options

In a season of forfeits for the Archbishop Murphy High School football team, a lot of people are looking for ways to solve the problems… Continue reading

Cedarcrest becomes 5th school to forfeit to Archbishop Murphy

For the second time this week and the fifth time this season, Archbishop Murphy High School has received word that a Cascade Conference opponent will… Continue reading

Cedar Park Christian forfeits football game to Archbishop Murphy

Related: As Archbishop Murphy football mess plays out, kids suffer For the fourth consecutive week, the Archbishop Murphy High School football team will not have… Continue reading

Local athletes strike gold at the Paralympic Games

Snohomish County was well-represented at the Paralympic Games held Sept. 7-18 in Rio de Janeiro, and those local athletes were likewise well-rewarded. In the final… Continue reading

Meadowdale rolls rival Lynnwood 55-28 for 5th straight victory

Stung in the season opener by a powerful Monroe team, a sobering 55-9 defeat, the Meadowdale football could have lost heart and maybe… Continue reading

33rd Hole in the Wall cross country meet set for Saturday

An expected field of 98 schools and approximately 3,200 runners will gather on Saturday for the 33rd Hole in the Wall Invitational cross country race… Continue reading

Granite Falls to forfeit football game to Archbishop Murphy

A group of parents, coaches and players from Granite Falls High School gathered on Tuesday night to let school and district officials… Continue reading

Road trip: Golfers visit British Isle’s historic courses

The story begins with four good friends and a really good idea. And the idea was one many golf lovers consider at some… Continue reading

Mauling on Montlake: No. 10 Huskies crush No. 7 Stanford 44-6

For years, Stanford University has been one of the premier teams in the Pac-12 Conference. On Friday night, the Cardinal met their match… Continue reading

Washington running back Gaskin is proud of his Lynnwood roots

As a boy growing up in Lynnwood, Myles Gaskin loved playing with balls. Basketballs, baseballs, soccer balls and, of course, footballs. He began… Continue reading