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The WIAA announced dates for Seasons 2 and 3. Wesco, Emerald Sound and others have their own plans.
The announcement comes after new plans from the governor. Wesco is still submitting its own proposal.
Everett High School won a national championship on New Year’s Day 1921, capping a dominant decade.
The new proposal includes a three-season, Wesco-only schedule with competitions beginning March 1.
The standout senior is set to sign his National Letter of Intent with Virigina football Wednesday.
Jan. 4, 11 and 18 will serve as the three checkpoint dates to update the status of a return to play.
The state’s top-ranked baseball player for the class of 2021 originally committed to Oregon State.
Season 2 now begins Feb. 1 and seasons have been shortened to seven weeks each.
As the signing period opens, college hopefuls have dealt with a recruitment unlike any other.
The new plan places counties and sports in three-tier systems. No signs of a quicker return to play.
Vlad verbally commits to Cornell and Slava verbally commits to UC San Diego.
Dan Parker-led teams captured a total of 11 state titles during an impressive 32-year coaching career.
The 14-team league will make its debut in Season 2 with basketball and wrestling.
The 21 schools in conference won’t participate in any of the WIAA’s alternative seasons in the fall.
Several locals earned national honors; Pair of coaches step down at Snohomish High School.
The standout pitcher will play college softball at Central Connecticut State University.
Plus, a Meadowdale junior gets picked for the WIAA LEAP Committee.
Eddie McFerrin will lead the Royals; ESD honors student-athletes; King’s star picks up an offer from UW.
The senior forward plans to get a fire science degree and become a firefighter.
Everett’s Jayden White and Cascade’s Katie Nelson were honored in a virtual ceremony Thursday night.