Arlington’s Anthony Whitis (right) drives to the basketball during a game last season against Stanwood. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Arlington’s Anthony Whitis (right) drives to the basketball during a game last season against Stanwood. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Podcast: Arlington boys hoops talks Coaches vs. Cancer, more

Eagles head coach Nick Brown, assistant Ronnie Pride and point guard Anthony Whitis join the show

For the ninth consecutive season, the Arlington High School boys basketball program will host its annual Coaches vs. Cancer game this Friday against Archbishop Murphy. Herald writers Josh Horton and Zac Hereth chatted with Eagles head coach Nick Brown about why the event is special for him. Also featured on the podcast is first-year assistant coach Ronnie Pride and senior point guard Anthony Whitis, each of whom has gone through a unique journey to be a part of this year’s team.

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