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The Athlete of the Week nominees for Dec. 3-9. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page.… Continue reading
There’s nothing like a dagger 3-pointer to energize the crowd and silence the opposition in a rivalry game. Cascade’s Josef Jenkins found that… Continue reading
The Seagulls ran away with the annual BruGull Fest game with a suffocating defensive display.
The Seagulls’ senior wants to be an engineer, volunteers for a non-profit and has conquered anxiety.
The University of Montana women’s soccer team claimed a surprising Big Sky Conference women’s soccer championship Sunday, and a pair of Snohomish County natives were… Continue reading
There are differing accounts as to why, ranging from a discipline issue to safety and logistics.
This year’s Hudson Cup matches between the northwest’s professional and amateur golfers couldn’t have finished any closer, and three players with local ties played their… Continue reading
11 players spent three weeks working with the cheer squad on routine for Friday’s homecoming assembly
Snohomish’s Katie Benson rejoins her alma mater as an assistant basketball coach for Seattle Pacific.
Tyler Clary won the 200-meter backstroke at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London
The Panthers surge into first place in the Wesco 3A South with a 36-3 win over the Seagulls.
The seven nominees were standout performers during the week of Sept. 3-9
Cascade wins Battle of Broadway, 32-22.… Continue reading
Cascade amasses 464 yards on the ground in a 32-22 season-opening victory over crosstown-rival Everett.
Cascade and Everett open with a rivalry game, plus early tests for E-W, GP, Lake Stevens and Monroe.
The players were stunned when the Seattle slugger dropped by to give them words of encouragement.
First-year coach David Coldiron installed a new offense and a new defense for the revamped Seagulls.
12 players from Snohomish County school were named to the squad.
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.