Football

Lake Stevens senior running back Dallas Landeros was one of 11 local high school football players who received Associated Press all-state honors. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

11 local players receive AP all-state football honors

Lake Stevens had 3 players named to the Associated Press all-state teams, which were released Monday.

 

Lake Stevens’ Kinchen plans to wait until February to sign LOI

The three-star cornerback has Pac-12 offers from Oregon and Cal, but is in no rush to sign.

 

Monroe football coach Bumpus steps down

The ex-WSU wide receiver elevated the Bearcats’ program to new heights in his 5 years at the helm.

 

Ex-Glacier Peak star to lead Air Force vs. WSU in bowl game

Mosese Fifita was a 2-sport star at GP, and has grown up and matured with the Air Force program.

The Herald’s 2019 prep football All-Area defense

A look at the top defensive players in the area for this past high school football season.

Football Defensive Player of the Year: Josh McCarron

The Archbishop Murphy junior DE posted an eye-popping 21 sacks and 30 tackles for loss.

Football Offensive Player of the Year: Dallas Landeros

The Lake Stevens senior ran for 1,645 yards and 27 TDs to help lead the Vikings’ high-scoring attack.

The Herald’s 2019 prep football All-Area offense

A look at the top offensive players in the area for this past high school football season.

Northwest 2A football all-conference teams

The 2019 All-Northwest 2A football teams as selected by the conferences’ coaches: SKY DIVISION Co-MVPS Jared Taylor, Lakewood Brent VanderVeen, Sedro-Woolley Coach of the Year… Continue reading

Lake ‘the right guy’ to take over UW football program

Huskies athletic director Jen Cohen said the decision was quick but wasn’t made in haste.

How UW coach Chris Petersen knew it was time to step down

The Huskies’ leader said he made his decision in the days leading up to the Apple Cup.

Apple Cup notebook: UW pass rush steps up to challenge

The Huskies sack Cougs QB Anthony Gordon five times; WSU had given up just 13 sacks all season.

Cougs’ defense wary of Eason despite QB’s recent struggles

Washington State is still cautious of the imposing traits the Lake Stevens grad brings to the table.

Lake Stevens compiled likely one of the most dominant seasons in Snohomish County high school football history. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Prep football year in review: A look back at the 2019 season

A look at the area’s ‘Fab Four,’ plus the games of the year, play of the year and most-improved squad.

Lake Stevens compiled likely one of the most dominant seasons in Snohomish County high school football history. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

3A state football: Lincoln ends MP’s storybook season

Marysville Pilchuck suffers its first loss of the year, 56-21, to the Abes in a quarterfinal game.

4A state football: Mount Si stuns Lake Stevens

The No. 11-seed Wildcats beat the No. 3-seed Vikings 24-22 in the state quarterfinals.

2A state football: Turnovers sink Lakewood in loss

The Cougars commit three second-half turnovers and fall to Hockinson 29-28 in the quarterfinals.

2A state football: Tumwater blanks Archbishop Murphy 48-0

The Wildcats were held to 119 total yards of offense in a quarterfinal loss to the Thunderbirds.

WSU-bound lineman’s return provides added boost for Lake Stevens

Back from a torn ACL, star left tackle Devin Kylany made his season debut in last week’s state opener.

After dramatic win, MP set to face star-studded Lincoln

Coming off a wild OT victory, the Tomahawks travel to meet the talent-laden Abes in the state quarters.

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