- Print Editions
- Classified Ads
- Subscriber Center
- Photo Requests
- Site map
- About Us
The Herald’s staff breaks down the state-playoff seeding of local teams and the action from Week 10.
The amount of students in sports is down nationwide. Locally football sagged while other sports grew.
The Bearcats struggle with the Wildcats’ rushing attack and fall 34-20 in a winner-to-state game.
Four of the 11 area teams that played Friday advanced to their respective state tournaments.
After a year hiatus, the Chargers clinch a state berth with a 3-0 district semifinal win over E-W.
The Eagles top Oak Harbor in straight sets to secure their first league title since 2016.
Jackson Cole thrives on the field despite Type 1 diabetes, and is helping others fight the disease.
The Eagles win three highly contested sets to stay tied for first place in Wesco 3A/2A.
The Tigers are playing this season with just six full-time varsity players and no libero.
The Grizzlies’ girls cross country team has won five state titles since the school opened in 2008.
Josiah Koellmer is following in the footsteps of his brothers, Taylor and Caleb, in leading the Chargers.
Jeannie Thompson, a 1998 Everett graduate and former Jackson coach, takes over for Luther Weathersby.
Taras McCurdie was adopted as an infant in Ukraine and wants to ‘make every moment count.’
Jackson returns last season’s Class 4A state runner-up in singles.
The Eagles are looking for ‘big things’ after putting the tumultuous end to last season behind them.
Monroe hopes to keep its momentum under new head coach Mati Bishop.
Jackson kicker Daniel Yoon and Archbishop Murphy long snapper Tommy Sullivan are top-ranked specialists.
Snohomish is favored to become the first back-to-back league champion since 2013.
The Whatcom County schools are favored again, and two conference teams could use a rivalry-game win.
After tough losses derailed their playoff hopes last year, the Tomahawks are ready to show they belong.