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The shortstop/catcher played five years of varsity baseball and also starred on the basketball team.
The once powerhouse program that had fallen on hard times is state-bound for the 1st time since 2008.
Jesse Hoiby | Jackson | Boys Basketball Hoiby, a senior point guard,…
The Mountlake Terrace and Darrington boys and King’s girls all advanced.
Returning state runner-ups, such as MP’s Cayden White, are using last year’s defeats as motivation.
Now the Loggers’ wrestling program will turn to a decorated alumnus to shepherd in the future.
The Athlete of the Week nominees for Dec.. 2-8. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page.… Continue reading
The Athlete of the Week nominees for Dec. 10-16. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page.… Continue reading
The Loggers’ boys basketball player wants to be an EMT and is motivated by his grandfather’s memory.
The Herald’s three prognosticators are all in agreement this week
Darrington set aside pride and tradition so the game could survive — with eight players instead of 11.
Eight grapplers have qualified to represent Team Washington at this week’s competition in Spokane
The school decided to make the move for the next two seasons due to low participation numbers.
Darrington wrestling coach Ray Franke said he expects his team to have another strong season. The Loggers have 15 wrestlers and five of… Continue reading
Here are Tuesday’s prep sports results, recaps and links: BOYS TENNIS 4A District 1 Tournament At Jackson H.S. Singles First round Loser out Anuj Vimawala… Continue reading
The Arlington volleyball team didn’t have a tradition of success before 2014, when Whitney Williams took over as head coach. So when she walked in… Continue reading
In retirement, Tim Cousins always enjoyed watching basketball games. Because even though family came first, his love for the sport remained a close second. “His… Continue reading