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The Grizzlies achieved redemption with their 5th state team title in the past 9 years.
Arlington, Edmonds-Woodway earn top-5 team finishes in 3A boys competition.
The state meet will feature a slew of local runners with title aspirations.
The soft-spoken senior leads the Hawks by example and hopes to crack the top 5 at state this weekend.
Jackson’s Joseph Skoog, Lake Stevens’ Taylor Roe, E-W’s Deyago Peraza and Shorecrest’s Lillian Visser all capture district titles.
The senior — and 2-time state qualifier — has traveled the world and is interested in mental health.
Deyago Peraza places 4th to lead the E-W boys, and Naomi Smith of King’s finishes 3rd in the top girls race.
In Joseph and Anna Skoog, the Timberwolves have a sibling combo that’s tough to beat.
Commitment to student-athletes is a hallmark of the area’s longest-tenured coaches.
The Central Washington University football team finished the regular season with a perfect 11-0 record after defeating Humboldt State 42-28 Saturday. The Wildcats were ranked… Continue reading
The King’s boys cross country and football teams won 1A state academic championships. The harriers had a collective grade-point average of 3.85, while the football… Continue reading
Cedarcrest’s Grant Van Valenburg takes 2nd place in 2A meet.
The Warriors finish with three of top five 3A girls; Lake Stevens’ Roe places second in 4A.
Yukino Parle, Olivia Meader Yetter and Stephanie Wroblewski enter Saturday’s meet among the top 10.
Two-time state champion Taylor Roe wins the 4A event.