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The Chargers have made gradual improvements over the past four years and are now among the area’s best.
Players going out of town during spring break forced the moves, and 2 of the 4 will be made up.
Five things to keep an eye on during the high school girls tennis season.
Longtime boys wrestling coach Brien Elliott will lead the football team after David Coldiron resigned.
The Seagulls are taking advantage of having Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium ready for play.
The Vikings’ senior comes on to talk about Lake Stevens baseball and his experiences on the field.
Teams will now get the opportunity to qualify entire teams of 5 instead of just individual golfers.
State qualifiers return all around the county, and Everett’s boys squad is ‘hungry’ for a state crown.
There are no clear favorites in either Wesco 4A or 3A/2A as the spring gets underway.
Low turnout prompted the move, but the Tigers’ AD says the program plans to return next spring.
The Washington-bound wing rewrote Marysville Pilchuck’s record books this season and in his career.
The win earns the 15th-seeded Warriors a matchup with top-seeded Prairie on Thursday
Prep Sports Weekly’s Steve Willits joins Herald writers Zac Hereth, Josh Horton and Cameron VanTil.
Sultan wrestler Tyler Deason joins to discuss his runner-up finish at Mat Classic XXXI.
Herald writers Cameron Van Til and Brian Adamowsky join the show to talk weather and postseason preps.
The Mariner boys basketball team has clinched its 1st winning season since 2009.
Amayah Kirkman was recently selected to play in the national Inter-Tribal Athletics All-Star Game.
Herald writers Zac Hereth and Josh Horton breakdown the two new classification amendments.
World Wrestling Entertainment is bringing the show to Angel of the Winds Arena for the first time.
The amendments set hard-line classification numbers and use reduced lunch rates to decrease enrollments.