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As the snow continues to fall, area administrators face tough choices rescheduling postseason games.
The fast-paced Jaguars raced past the T-wolves 84-70 in the 4A Wes-King Bi-District play-in round.
The new 12-team 4A bi-district tourney against KingCo creates a tough challenge for Wesco girls teams.
Amayah Kirkman was recently selected to play in the national Inter-Tribal Athletics All-Star Game.
The Eagles held on for a 40-38 win over the defending conference champs to remain tied atop Wesco 3A/2A.
The Eagles have already won their first ever league title and are eyeing even bigger goals.
The Grizzlies rattled off a massive third-quarter run and stayed perfect in league play with a 67-48 win.
Senior Emily Rodabaugh scores 25 points, including 16 of 16 free throws, in the Wildcats’ 64-54 win.
The three-sport athlete works hard on and off the court and has a mind for crunching numbers.
The GP girls, Jackson boys and MP boys are on top, while the Wesco 3A girls race is wide open.
Karen Blair, Eric Rasmussen and Steve Berg will be honored by the state coaches association in March.
Leah Tate, who has brain cancer, provided inspiration as the Vikings pulled away for a key 62-39 win.
The Wildcats win 58-49 to hand the Eagles their first league loss of the season.
The Grizzlies’ full-court press frustrated the Vikings and forced numerous turnovers in a 68-50 win.
Lynnwood girls basketball standout Amayah Kirkman was honored by the WIAA.
Here are five things to keep an eye on as girls basketball gets rolling in the area.
Edmonds-Woodway is looking to bounce back after a district tournament exit last season.
Here’s how area coaches believe local conferences will shake out in 2018-19.
Whether she’s on the soccer field or basketball court, Meadowdale senior Camryn Cassidy focuses her efforts on preventing her opponents from scoring. “She’s our defensive… Continue reading
The Grizzlies and their swarming full-court pressure wears down the Panthers in a 63-48 victory.