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Reports state Ali Gaye will have season-ending surgery, a new course record set at Snohomish and more.
Plus, Snohomish H.S. inducts three into its hall of fame, a Murphy grad is honored again and more.
The Royals roll past the Seagulls 28-0 at Edmonds Stadium.
E-W stayed alive in the Wesco 3A South title race, MP made another massive statement, and more.
Also, Everett girls hoops has a new coach, and Archbishop Murphy girls soccer is off to a roaring start.
The Bruins and Seagulls are among three Wesco teams playing independent schedules this fall.
Plus, a local softball players shines at the USSSA Summer All American Games.
Plus, locals compete at NCAA track and field finals, disc golf is coming to Stanwood and more.
Camp Killoqua reopens for its 80th year of summer fun and helping kids find their spark.
WSU’s Suzy Pace and UW’s Jayden White both qualified at the NCAA West Preliminary Championship.
The Robert C. Polk Memorial Athletic Scholarship honors the late activities and athletics director.
Robert Polk, 54, was known for his grace, hard work and desire to help kids compete and succeed.
The Timberwolves moved to 2-0 on the season behind a big day at the plate.
The Bruins move to 3-0 on the season and retain the second annual Mayor’s Cup with a 46-20 win.
Jayden White broke UW’s weight throw record, highlighting a success-filled week for local athletes.
In his first college meet, Jayden White moved to No. 2 on the Huskies’ all-time weight throw list.
Kamiak graduate Jean-Luc Baker earns a bronze medal at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Everett High School won a national championship on New Year’s Day 1921, capping a dominant decade.
The 1997 Everett alum has captured six Special Olympics World Games medals, including one gold.
The 1947 graduate of Everett high school won two national collegiate boxing championships.