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Herald writers Cameron Van Til and Brian Adamowsky join the show to talk weather and postseason preps.
Ex-Murphy star Taniela Tupou and ex-Meadowdale standout Connor Hamlett begin play in new pro league.
On the second stop of their Western Conference road trip, the Red Deer Rebels visit Angel of the Winds for a Wednesday contest with the… Continue reading
Maks Bure, son of actress Candace Cameron Bure and NHL all-star Valeri Bure, commutes from L.A.
Yusei Kikuchi will join a group largely untouched by Seattle’s roster turnover.
When Cassidy O’Hara was in the eighth grade, she thought about turning out for basketball. Her father, Lakewood High School wrestling coach Tom O’Hara, told… Continue reading
Byron Hackett, who covers the Red Deer Rebels, also comes on to talk Wednesday’s Tips-Rebels matchup
As the snow continues to fall, area administrators face tough choices rescheduling postseason games.
Here are prep sports events to keep an eye on this week, weather permitting.
Silvertips will travel to play the Cougars in a doubleheader next week.
The Athlete of the Week nominees for Feb. 4-10. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page.… Continue reading
Another day, another round of cancellations for the Class 2A and 3A district basketball tournaments. All 12 contests involving local teams that were scheduled for… Continue reading
The AAF, America’s newest professional outdoor football league, made its debut over the weekend.
Jalen Price gets inspiration from indigenous Canadian hockey players who proceeded him.
Players like Kendall Coyne Schofield and Snohomish native Lexi Bender are blazing the way.
Jake Christiansen, 19, scores his first career hat trick in 5-0 thumping of Portland Winterhawks.
Wolf once again in groove; penalty kill comes up clutch
Arizona State men’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley put his team through an entire practice without letting his players shoot the… Continue reading
Washington senior is building a national reputation as one of the country’s best defensive players.
Robert Franks Jr. scored 34 points to help the Cougars take down the Wildcats on the road.