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A look at the top matchups and events for this week in basketball, wrestling and boys swimming.
Keyed by a 15-0 third-quarter run, the Grizzlies surged past the Vikings for a pivotal 66-52 win.
The Eagles’ pressure defense fuels a 22-2 run in the second quarter en route to a 61-40 Wesco 3A win.
Mack Konig spent two months this past summer competing at the FIBA U-16 Women’s European Championship.
Several pivotal conference matchups in basketball highlight this week’s high school sports action.
The Grizzlies take the lead after trailing by 19 at halftime, but come up just short in a 58-55 loss.
Ex-Seagull stars Jeannie and Bobby Thompson are coaching the girls and boys teams, respectively.
Some of the state’s top girls basketball teams are headed to the Top of the Peak tournament.
The Scots improve to 6-0 on the season with a 58-43 Wesco 3A/2A win over the Eagles.
The Mavericks build a 16-point lead, then fend off a late Panthers comeback bid to earn a 47-41 win.
A girls hoops showdown between Wesco 3A/2A contenders Arlington and Shorecrest is among the highlights.
Area girls basketball coaches predict the order of finish in their respective leagues.
The Grizzlies believe they have the pieces in place to compete with the state’s best.
Boise State signee Raigan Reed takes over down the stretch to lift the Vikings to a 57-54 victory.
Wesco 4A should come down to a battle between familiar foes, and Arlington is favored in 3A/2A.
Among the highlights is an MP-Jackson boys basketball clash of defending Wesco champions.
Jeannie Thompson, a 1998 Everett graduate and former Jackson coach, takes over for Luther Weathersby.
Lynnwood’s Amayah Kirkman, Arlington’s Sierra Scheppele and Shorecrest’s Amanda Lee are on the 3A/2A West team.
Marysville Pilchuck’s RaeQuan Battle and South Whidbey’s Kody Newman received first-team all-state honors.
BOYS BASKETBALL North Sound Conference Player of the Year Kody Newman, sr., South Whidbey First Team Ben Haider, sr., Granite Falls Nate Kleppe, sr., King’s… Continue reading