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The Seagulls’ senior wants to be an engineer, volunteers for a non-profit and has conquered anxiety.
The Knights took control early in a matchup of perennial league championship contenders.
The Bruins’ senior has battled pre-race anxiety and injuries, and wants to be an ER surgeon.
Tyler Clary won the 200-meter backstroke at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London
The key storylines for the 2018 girls swim season: Snohomish returns a defending state champion. Panthers sophomore Kayli Kersavage already has reached the pinnacle of… Continue reading
BOYS TENNIS Wesco 4A Kamiak 6, Cascade 1 Non-league Marysville Pilchuck 6, Lakewood 1 At Totem M.S. Singles: Parker Devereux (MP) def. Alex Williams 6-0,… Continue reading
The Kamiak senior served as the captain of her swimming, wrestling and track and field teams.
The senior won state titles in two individual sports — for two different schools.
Jaci LeGore-Hodgins doesn’t view the Marysville Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell girls swimming and diving teams as separate squads. That perspective was especially important to her… Continue reading
Snohomish freshman Kali Kersavage and Archbishop Murphy’s Kelsey Bassett crowned at state.
Chloe Limargo caps her stellar prep career at the state swim and dive championships.
The talented Knights qualified three relay teams and four individuals for the 4A state meet.
3A prelims, 9:45 a.m.; 4A… Continue reading
The Snohomish girls swimming and diving team enjoyed a successful regular season and has some athletes who are capable of top finishes at the 3A… Continue reading
Eight local high school teams clinched state tournament berths Saturday. The Jackson, Snohomish, King’s and South Whidbey volleyball squads qualified for their respective state tournaments… Continue reading
FOOTBALL Non-conference Thursday At Edmonds Stadium Bellingham vs. Lynnwood, not reported At Everett Memorial Stadium Issaquah 27, Cascade 7 Mountlake Terrace 45, Granite Falls 22… Continue reading