Podcast: State hoops roundtable with Steve Willits of KRKO

Prep Sports Weekly’s Steve Willits joins Herald writers Zac Hereth, Josh Horton and Cameron VanTil.

Steve Willits from KRKO’s Prep Sports Weekly joins Herald writers Josh Horton, Zac Hereth and Cameron VanTil for a round table discussion on this week’s state basketball tournaments, breaking down all the action for local teams.

Listen in for insight and anaylsis from Snohomish County’s leading prep voices.

Follow Zac (@ZacHereth) and Josh (@JoshHortonEDH) on Twitter to keep up with the podcast weekly. Have a question you want answered? Send an email to jhorton@heraldnet.com or zhereth@heraldnet.com.

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