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The community came together for Bethany, Jon and Madelynn Erickson, “a family that needed love and support.”
Players and coaches are thrilled to be able to participate in the abbreviated 24-game season.
GP-Murphy, MP-Arlington and Lake Stevens-Snohomish highlight Week 3 of Wesco’s abbreviated season.
The two local girls soccer powerhouses are vying for the top spot in Wesco this season.
The rags-to-riches Zags are seeking to become the first undefeated national champion since 1976.
Corey Kispert is having a spectacular senior season for unbeaten, national-title-favorite Gonzaga.
The Spartans earn a 3-1 win via scores of 25-23, 22-25, 25-23 and 25-9.
Seattle keeps defensive mainstay Poona Ford, signs Gerald Everett and acquires Gabe Jackson via trade.
The star guard from King’s has helped lead Gonzaga to a perfect record heading into the NCAA tourney.
The Athlete of the Week nominees for March 8-14. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced with next week’s poll. Each weekly… Continue reading
Amy-Eloise Markovc won gold in Europe, Taylor Roe placed 2nd at the NCAA championships, and more.
Districts and schools will determine how many spectators are allowed, within the state’s new guidelines.
Seattle has to figure out what to do with free agents Shaquill Griffin and Quinton Dunbar.
A look at the blunders that led to the Huskies’ historically bad season.
A look at some of the local boys and girls runners to watch during the abbreviated five-week season.
Wesco rivalries take center stage in a heated week of football action.
Ryan Black broke 2 long TDs and the Grizzlies made a key goal-line stand in a 35-10 rivalry win.
The powerful Vikings roll to a 40-0 win in the 81st meeting of the two schools.
While new spectator guidelines were announced, local schools and organizations still have work to do.
Week 2 of the abbreviated Wesco football season is highlighted by a handful of rivalry games.