Girls basketball

Giselle Dogan of Jackson High School is The Athlete of the Month. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

May/June Athlete of the Month: Giselle Dogan

The freshman point guard poured in 19 points to help her team win its final game of the season.

 

Arlington's Keira Marsh attempts a pass with Lake Stevens' Cori Wilcox defending Wednesday evening at Lake Stevens High School on June 9, 2021. The Eagles won 80-71. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

The Herald’s 2021 All-Area high school girls basketball teams

A look at the top prep girls basketball players in the area during this abbreviated season.

 

Glacier Peak's Maya Erling drives with Snohomish's Kyra Beckman defending Friday evening at Snohomish High in Snohomish on May 28, 2021. The Grizzles won 59-35. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Girls basketball season review: GP seniors cap superb run

The Grizzlies went 9-0 this past season and the class of 2021 finished with a 55-9 overall record.

Glacier Peak's Maya Erling drives with Snohomish's Kyra Beckman defending Friday evening at Snohomish High in Snohomish on May 28, 2021. The Grizzles won 59-35. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Sultan's Grace Trichler looks to score with Eastside Prep's Katelyn Miller defending Thursday afternoon at Eastside Prep in Kirkland on June 17, 2021.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Sultan girls basketball enjoys breakthrough season in new league

With their first winning season since 2009-10, the Turks earned a share of the Coho Division title.

Sultan's Grace Trichler looks to score with Eastside Prep's Katelyn Miller defending Thursday afternoon at Eastside Prep in Kirkland on June 17, 2021.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Lake Stevens' Melanie Delestrez (left) and Arlington's Abby Schwark tangle up for a jump ball Wednesday evening at Lake Stevens High School on June 9, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Lake Stevens' Melanie Delestrez (left) and Arlington's Abby Schwark tangle up for a jump ball Wednesday evening at Lake Stevens High School on June 9, 2021. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Snohomish's Sara Rodgers reaches for a loose ball with Glacier Peak's Aaliyah Collins Friday evening at Snohomish High in Snohomish on May 28, 2021. The Grizzles won 59-35. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Snohomish's Sara Rodgers reaches for a loose ball with Glacier Peak's Aaliyah Collins Friday evening at Snohomish High in Snohomish on May 28, 2021. The Grizzles won 59-35. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Kamiak's Nayella George drives the lane with Edmonds-Woodway's Melanie Walsh defending Friday night at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo on May 14, 2021.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Kamiak's Nayella George drives the lane with Edmonds-Woodway's Melanie Walsh defending Friday night at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo on May 14, 2021.  (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
The University of Washington���s Amy-Eloise Neale (middle) competes in the women���s 5,000 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on June 9 in Eugene, Oregon. Neale, who starred in high school at Glacier Peak, placed fifth in the event to earn All-American honors. (University of Washington photo)

Community roundup: 2 former local prep runners accomplish major feats

Amy-Eloise Markovc won gold in Europe, Taylor Roe placed 2nd at the NCAA championships, and more.

The University of Washington���s Amy-Eloise Neale (middle) competes in the women���s 5,000 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on June 9 in Eugene, Oregon. Neale, who starred in high school at Glacier Peak, placed fifth in the event to earn All-American honors. (University of Washington photo)
The Herald’s 2019-20 Woman of the Year in Sports: Raigan Reed

The Herald’s 2019-20 Woman of the Year in Sports: Raigan Reed

The recent Lake Stevens grad and Boise State freshman dominated on the court and inspired off of it.

The Herald’s 2019-20 Woman of the Year in Sports: Raigan Reed
WIAA won’t change state basketball format for 2021

WIAA won’t change state basketball format for 2021

The organization sought input on revamping the tournaments, but opted for no change for next season.

WIAA won’t change state basketball format for 2021
WIAA considering changes to state basketball format

WIAA considering changes to state basketball format

The association is asking people to take a survey that details three different proposals.

WIAA considering changes to state basketball format
Prep notebook: Roberts to coach Cascade girls hoops again

Prep notebook: Roberts to coach Cascade girls hoops again

Dave Roberts will replace John Barhanovich in what will be his third stint with the Bruins.

Prep notebook: Roberts to coach Cascade girls hoops again
Prep notebook: Kamiak hires new girls hoops coach

Prep notebook: Kamiak hires new girls hoops coach

Head coaching positions opened up for the girls basketball teams at Lynnwood and Mariner high schools.

Prep notebook: Kamiak hires new girls hoops coach
Prep notebook: Winter coaches at Murphy, Kamiak step down

Prep notebook: Winter coaches at Murphy, Kamiak step down

Archbishop Murphy’s boys basketball coach and three head coaches at Kamiak won’t be back next season.

Prep notebook: Winter coaches at Murphy, Kamiak step down
Lynnwood standout realizes college basketball dream

Lynnwood standout realizes college basketball dream

Nakia Boston signed a letter of intent to play women’s basketball at Division-I Portland State.

Lynnwood standout realizes college basketball dream
Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Raigan Reed

Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Raigan Reed

The Boise State-bound senior guard led a young Lake Stevens team to the state regionals.

Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Raigan Reed
The Herald’s 2020 All-Area girls basketball teams

The Herald’s 2020 All-Area girls basketball teams

A look at the top high school girls basketball players in the area this past season.

The Herald’s 2020 All-Area girls basketball teams
WIAA: 4A/3A state hoops worker tested positive for COVID-19

WIAA: 4A/3A state hoops worker tested positive for COVID-19

Six local high school basketball teams competed in last week’s Hardwood Classics in the Tacoma Dome.

WIAA: 4A/3A state hoops worker tested positive for COVID-19
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