Ryann Reynolds strikes again, scoring in the 41st minute to give the Grizzlies a 1-0 win in a pivotal league showdown.
Lake Stevens and GP suffer out-of-state losses, Monroe’s offense keeps rolling and Snohomish picks up a key league win.
A key Wesco 3A South clash, interesting interstate games and an Everett School District battle highlight the week.
Plus, a trio of key Silvertips are back with the team for the season opener, Max Gray is added to the XFL draft pool and much more.
Behind five TD passes from River Lien to Trey Leckner, the Grizzlies win 42-14 in a showcase game at the home of the Seahawks.
Plus, Archbishop Murphy grad Natalie Hayward earns another SEC volleyball honor and more.
The Grizzlies remain perfect in the Dick Armstrong Cup and overpower the crosstown rival Panthers 42-13.
State title favorite Lake Stevens, title contender Glacier Peak and rising Kamiak headline a league that’s loaded at the top.
A wealth of offensive firepower has the Grizzlies primed for another state playoff run.
Plus, results from the ARCA race at Evergreen Speedway, the Mariner H.S. cheer team excels at a summer camp, and much more.
The five-team league met with reporters Monday to discuss the upcoming season.
Plus, Cascade grad Aubrey Peterson helps Great Britain earn softball silver and much more.
The Snohomish native loses by second-round submission to Cory McKenna in her first fight in nearly two years.
The Glacier Peak grad will fight Cory McKenna in what could determine her UFC future.
The Glacier Peak graduate posts a season-best time, but places 25th overall in Eugene.
The 26-year-old will compete for Great Britain in the 5,000 meters on Wednesday in Eugene, Ore.
Glacier Peak’s three-sport star won a state title in wrestling and was an all-league pick in football and baseball.
A look at the award winner and five other finalists from nominations submitted by local athletic directors.
The Glacier Peak girls track, Shorewood girls track and Kamiak boys soccer teams won academic state titles.
Freshman Allie Thomsen stars at the plate and in the circle, leading the Timberwolves to a 5-3 comeback win in 8 innings.