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The standouts from the shortened fall sports season.
These 10 players are some of the top returners in the area.
Lake Stevens’ Ethan Hoglund and GP’s Dario Ristovski have had their state-title chance taken away twice.
Lynnwood’s Nicolas Desgrippes and E-W’s Sebastian Fernandez are both top players in the area this season.
Jackson boys tennis’ Brady Thomas defends district title; Update on girls soccer conference races.
Five key non-football prep events to keep an eye on this week.
The Mavericks’ senior enjoys coding and wakeboarding.
Taras McCurdie was adopted as an infant in Ukraine and wants to ‘make every moment count.’
Jackson returns last season’s Class 4A state runner-up in singles.
Brady Thomas made it a clean sweep at the Snohomish Summer Smash. The junior-to-be at Jackson High School ran the table in both the Boys… Continue reading
Ben Spores and Ben Nichols are looking for the program’s first-ever state tennis title.
A list of all the locals competing in the state tennis championships, plus a few noteworthy facts.
Also a baseball player for the Eagles, Spores’ sister got him into tennis. He’s also a drummer.
With a dramatic win at No. 1 doubles, the Warriors put an end to the Shoreline schools’ 6 years of dominance.
BOYS TENNIS Wesco 4A Kamiak 6, Cascade 1 Non-league Marysville Pilchuck 6, Lakewood 1 At Totem M.S. Singles: Parker Devereux (MP) def. Alex Williams 6-0,… Continue reading
Anuj Vimawala may be the top player in Wesco 4A, but his leadership off the court is just as impressive
Jackson’s streak, Shoreline dominance and longtime coaches leaving are among interesting subplots.
Here are four prep events to keep an eye on this week as the fall season begins in earnest.