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Stadium for Granite Falls High School is almost ready

After a 10-year delay, construction should be done this fall on grandstands for 1,700 people.

 

Marysville Pilchuck softball powers into 3A state tournament

The Tomahawks blasted 3 homers to back McKenzie Justice’s 2-hit shutout in an 8-0 win over Meadowdale.

 

Glacier Peak blanks Olympia in state soccer opener

The Grizzlies win 2-0 to advance to the state quarterfinals for the 4th consecutive season.

 

Seagulls’ new football coach sees Everett as a ‘good fit’

David Coldiron comes to Snohomish County after spending two decades as a coach in California

Cascade grad ‘blessed’ to take over as Bruins’ football coach

Jordan Sieh was a member of the Cascade football team that reached the state semifinals in 2005

He’s Player of the Year: EvCC’s Gio Jackson credits teammates

The sophomore guard is the first Trojan men’s basketball player to earn the Northwest conference honor.

Jackson’s Braylin Jenson (left) and Jessica Asantor celebrate the winning run against Lake Stevens at Henry M. Jackson High School Tuesday afternoon in Mill Creek on April 10, 2018. Jackson won 2-1 in extra innings. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Jackson tops Lake Stevens in duel of ace hurlers (video)

The T-wolves and Iyanla Pennington narrowly defeated the Vikings and Sara Johnson 2-1 in 9 innings.

Jackson’s Braylin Jenson (left) and Jessica Asantor celebrate the winning run against Lake Stevens at Henry M. Jackson High School Tuesday afternoon in Mill Creek on April 10, 2018. Jackson won 2-1 in extra innings. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Terrace baseball team tops Edmonds-Woodway in extras (VIDEO)

Clutch hitting late lifts the first-place Hawks over the Warriors 6-4 in a Wesco 3A South matchup.

Carter Booth, Jackson senior outfielder, makes his way to the dugout after scoring Thursday afternoon at Jackson High School against Marysville-Getchell on March 15, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Prep baseball preview: Jackson senior has talent and drive

Oregon State signee Carter Booth is determined to lead the T-wolves to the state tournament this season.

Carter Booth, Jackson senior outfielder, makes his way to the dugout after scoring Thursday afternoon at Jackson High School against Marysville-Getchell on March 15, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Stanwood girls advance to quarterfinal with win over Prairie

Undersized No. 10 Spartans dominate on the glass and knock off the No. 7 Falcons 49-45.

Late-season charge propels Kamiak boys to state regional berth

A post-loss team meeting served as the catalyst for the Knights’ run to the 4A Northwest District tournament championship.

Harlem Globetrotters to perform amazing feats in Everett

The venerable basketball franchise will visit Angel of the Winds Arena Dec. 28.

Jackson girls soccer falls short in double overtime

Issaquah scored late in the second period of extra time to end Jackson’s hopes for a state title.

Everett football team falls short of state tournament

The Seagulls’ offense wasn’t able to get anything going in their 41-0 loss to Garfield.

Everett balanced in 33-17 win over Shorecrest

The Seagulls pulled away from the Scots in the second half after a 98-yard pick-6 by Dakota Brodel.

Shorewood senior has tennis success by being aggressive

Coming off a fourth-place finish at the Class 3A state tournament, senior Gunnar Thorstenson is ready to make another run at a state singles title… Continue reading

Edmonds-Woodway football team shuts out Jackson

The Edmonds-Woodway football team’s defense had four sacks and forced two interceptions, and senior running back Noah Becker ran for 107 yards and… Continue reading

Snohomish High standout a touchdown threat on every touch

At 5-foot-10 and 190 pounds, with a combination of explosiveness and agility that allows him to make quick, fluid cuts, Snohomish running back Keegan Stich… Continue reading

Archbishop Murphy baseball coach, player become teammates

Max Whitt was sitting at work when a familiar face walked into the car dealership looking for help. Everett Merchants coach Harold Pyatte wasn’t searching… Continue reading