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The T-wolves’ shot to win three straight state titles was taken away due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The running back from Miami says he loves protecting the quarterback.
The standout goaltender was drafted by Calgary with the 214th overall pick last year.
The sure-handed tight end can be a red-zone threat right away.
Archbishop Murphy’s boys basketball coach and three head coaches at Kamiak won’t be back next season.
More than 80% of voters gave Seattle either a B or a C for their 2020 NFL draft.
The national little league tournament had been held every year since 1947.
The powerful guard from LSU excels at blocking in the run game.
The 29-year-old says he longs for the grind and routine of the long season.
The defensive end has the explosion necessary to become a top-tier pass rusher.
Nakia Boston signed a letter of intent to play women’s basketball at Division-I Portland State.
The speedy linebacker was a tackling machine at Texas Tech.
The Daily Herald and HeraldNet.com are determined to serve the community for another century.
Not having a paid representative leaves the door open for the Zag star to return to school if the NBA doesn’t want him.
Seattle made eight selections, some of which met expectations and some of which didn’t.
Move came after Seattle drafted his heir apparent, LSU guard Damien Lewis, in the NFL draft.
The former Marysville Pilchuck standout goes to Jacksonville with the 189th overall pick.
The Lake Stevens High School graduate goes to Indianapolis with the 122nd pick in the NFL draft.
All eight of Seattle’s draft picks are from Power 5 conference schools.
But Huskies TE Hunter Bryant, RB Salvon Ahmed, OT Trey Adams and DB Myles Bryant all go undrafted.