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High school football teams opened the season Wednesday with the first day of practices across the state.
Plus, Monroe brothers earn taekwondo medals, Whidbey athlete claims national steeplechase title and more.
The Emeralds scored six straight runs and held off a late comeback.
James Stucky’s tenure in Everett spanned 18 seasons. He’d been with the Tips since the franchise began.
The Emeralds tied the game with 7 runs in the 5th inning and tacked on 3 more in the 8th for the win.
The recently acquired left-hander picked up his first win since joining Seattle in late July.
Archbishop Murphy grad Victor Gabalis, a walk-on, has emerged as a surprise contender.
The deal is expected to make the former All-Pro the highest paid safety in the NFL.
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The 1st-place AquaSox have lost a slew of players over the last month in promotions to Double-A.
They’ll need to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days before the season begins on Oct. 1.
Everett falls 11-6 and has dropped three of five games in the high-scoring series.
With most starters on the bench, Seattle falls to Las Vegas 20-7.
The 86th edition of the Northwest’s top horse race features slew of challengers to the 5-year-old.
Everett scores multiple runs on wild pitches and holds off a late rally to beat Vancouver 9-7.
Players locked in position battles will be looking to make a statement in Las Vegas.
WSU’s Abraham Lucas, an Archbishop Murphy alum, is named a player to watch for the annual Senior Bowl.
The defensman was selected 34th in the NHL draft, but will likely play the next two seasons in Everett.
Kyler Gordon is expected to be a starting corner, but he’s making an impact in other areas as well.
Everett falls to Vancouver 13-12 in a game that features nine doubles, a triple and four home runs.