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Athletes are honored in baseball, softball, golf, track, boys soccer and girls tennis.
Everett’s Megan Gordon and Jackson’s Daniel Arias win the 2018 Dwayne Lane’s Athletic Scholarships.
The Warriors win 4-3 in the 3A district semifinals to secure a state bid for the 3rd time in 4 seasons.
Check out the seven student-athletes honored for their performances
Two years ago, Abby Affholter was primed to claim the No. 1 singles role on the Everett High School girls tennis team, but at the… Continue reading
David Coldiron comes to Snohomish County after spending two decades as a coach in California
Bailey Greenlee admitted afterward that she was counting down the outs. But during the game, the Snohomish ace pretended not to know what… Continue reading
David Coldiron takes over a Seagull team that posted a 7-3 record last season
The Seagulls haven’t played a game at Everett Memorial Stadium since 2016
The Jackson Wolfpack fourth grade boys basketball team claimed a state championship by wining it’s division at the Washington Middle School Basketball Championship held over… Continue reading
Lynnwood High School graduate Jasmin Edwards made it a clean sweep of Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-conference women’s basketball teams, and this year she finally… Continue reading
The Everett boys basketball team is headed back to the postseason, thanks in large part to the play of its four core seniors. The Seagulls… Continue reading
Commitment to student-athletes is a hallmark of the area’s longest-tenured coaches.
Aggressive lineup moves pay off for the Eagles in a big Wesco 3A North win over the Seagulls.