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Power play woes not of major concern Friday; Silvertips still learning to play with ‘desperation’
Here are the prep results for Friday, Jan. 18, with links to…
Kelowna’s physicality was a key in the Blazers’ 2-0 shutout of Everett at Angel of the Winds Arena.
Chaves Petronave’s pin sealed the Seagulls’ 49-24 win over the Spartans in a Wesco 3A North clash.
Their campuses? Separated by just 17 miles. Their sports teams? Often adjacent to one another in the standings. Their coaches? Usually recruiting the same players.… Continue reading
By Lauren Kirschman The News Tribune Matisse Thybulle watches the eyes. When he’s defending, that’s how the Washington men’s basketball team’s senior guard keeps track… Continue reading
Here are prep results for Thursday, Jan. 17, with links to box scores and recaps where applicable: BOYS BASKETBALL Northwest 2A Lakewood 63, Bellingham 54… Continue reading
The Edmonds and Everett hoops teams square off in important NWAC match-ups; plus firefighter game.
The GP girls, Jackson boys and MP boys are on top, while the Wesco 3A girls race is wide open.
Jaylen Nowell leads the way with 22 points as the Huskies win 80-64 to stay perfect in conference play.
Known for its offense, the Gonzaga men’s basketball team has shown that it can win by playing strong defense lately. Zach… Continue reading
Gage Goncalves’ development has Silvertips coach Dennis Williams giddy about the future of the forward.
Wildcat seniors Emily Rodabaugh, Tori Campbell and Audrey Graham have played together since 1st grade.
The former first-round pick for Denver will likely battle to be Russell Wilson’s backup next season.
The Athlete of the Week nominees for Jan. 7-13. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page.… Continue reading
The pass-rushing defensive end was the overwhelming choice to re-sign among Seattle’s free agents.
An injury to center Riley Sutter has forced others to the faceoff circle with varying degrees of success.
One of Everett’s all-time greats talks playing pro hockey, reflects on time in Everett