Where to watch local prep sporting events.

Where to watch: Links to local prep sporting events

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, nearly all of Snohomish County’s high schools aren’t allowing fan attendance at games.

In an effort to provide fans the opportunity to watch games live, many local schools are streaming their home games online.

Below is a list of links to where you can find the action.

WESCO

Archbishop Murphy

All broadcasts

Arlington

All broadcasts

Cedarcrest

All broadcasts

Cascade

All broadcasts

Edmonds-Woodway

Varsity football

Varsity girls soccer on March 11. Varsity and junior varsity girls soccer March 19.

Varsity and junior varsity volleyball

Everett

All broadcasts

Glacier Peak

Not available

Jackson

Football, girls soccer and volleyball

Kamiak

All broadcasts

Lake Stevens

Channel 1

Channel 2

Lakewood

All broadcasts

Lynnwood

Varsity football

Volleyball

Varsity girls soccer

Mariner

All broadcasts

Marysville Getchell

Facebook

YouTube

Marysville Pilchuck

Facebook

YouTube

Meadowdale

Varsity football

Varsity girls soccer March 11, 18 and 25

Varsity girls soccer March 16

Varsity and junior varsity volleyball

Monroe

All broadcasts

Mountlake Terrace

Varsity football

Varsity and junior varsity girls soccer March 9 and 25.

Varsity girls soccer March 18 and 29

Volleyball

Junior varsity girls soccer March 18

Shorecrest

Football and girls soccer

Volleyball

Shorewood

Football and girls soccer

Volleyball

Snohomish

Varsity football

Varsity girls soccer March 25

Varsity volleyball March 15 and 29

Stanwood

All broadcasts (school website)

All broadcasts (BoxCast)

All broadcasts (YouTube)

EMERALD SOUND CONFERENCE

Granite Falls

All broadcasts

South Whidbey

Football, volleyball and girls soccer

Sultan

All broadcasts

NORTHWEST 2B/1B

Darrington

All broadcasts

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