High school sports

A way-too-early look at the prep football season: Weeks 7-9

A handful of late-season matchups stand out as possible key games in league-title and playoff races.

 

Meadowdale High School names new head football coach

James Harmon, the defensive coordinator for the past 3 years, replaces Matt Leonard as head coach.

 

2 Kamiak girls swimmers receive All-American honors

Elli Straume and Ava Collinge were among the nation’s 100 fastest high school girls in their events.

 

A way-too-early look at the prep football season: Weeks 5-6

This two-week stretch features several intriguing rematches from last season.

11 area players named to all-state softball teams

Jackson’s de Jesus named 4A Player of the Year; ‘Wolves Peacocke is the 4A Coach of the Year

Jackson takes first place in inaugural Herald Athletic Cup

The competition rewards area high schools for their overall athletic performance over the past year.

Monroe’s Chism III commits to play football at EWU

The 5-foot-11 receiver was an All-Area 1st-team selection and a 3-star prospect according to 247Sports.

Herald Athletic Cup: The complete list

A look at where all schools in The Herald’s coverage area ranked this past year.

A way-too-early look at the prep football season: Weeks 3-4

Arlington looks for its 10th straight Stilly Cup and a big Edmonds School District clash.

Podcast: Monore WR Chism talks EWU football commitment

Efton Chism III gave his verbal pledge to play football at Eastern Washington University.

A way-too-early look at the prep football season: Weeks 1-2

Two nonconference clashes involving Lake Stevens are highlighted by plenty of Division-I talent.

Snohomish sophomore Kayli Kersavage, who claimed her second consecutive Class 3A diving state title last November, was one of 100 girls from across the nation to be named All-American divers by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

2 local prep divers receive All-American honors

Snohomish sophomore Kayli Kersavage and Cascade senior Joseph Hofman were named NISCA All-Americans.

Snohomish sophomore Kayli Kersavage, who claimed her second consecutive Class 3A diving state title last November, was one of 100 girls from across the nation to be named All-American divers by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Meadowdale football coach steps down for coaching jobs in Texas

Matt Leonard, who coached the Mavs for 4 years, will coach wrestling and football in Pflugerville, Texas.

The Herald’s 2019 Boys Athlete of the Year: Kody Newman

The youngest member of an athletically gifted family was a three-sport standout for the Falcons

Snohomish’s Tyler Massena runs in for a touchdown in the third quarter as Snohomish beat Garfield 42-35 in a playoff football game at Veterans Memorial Stadium on Nov. 2, 2018 in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Readers’ Choice 2019 Boys Athlete of the Year: Tyler Massena

The Snohomish three-sport standout, headed to Navy on a track scholarship, was the top online vote-getter.

Snohomish’s Tyler Massena runs in for a touchdown in the third quarter as Snohomish beat Garfield 42-35 in a playoff football game at Veterans Memorial Stadium on Nov. 2, 2018 in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Readers’ Choice 2019 Girls Athlete of the Year: Claire Doud

The Archbishop Murphy volleyball standout was the top online vote-getter.

The Herald’s 2019 Girls Athlete of the Year: Taylor Roe

The Lake Stevens distance runner finished her decorated prep career with 9 individual state titles.

Host of area wrestlers earn All-America honors

Kiley Hubby helped Team Washington to a 2nd-place finish in the women’s freestyle Junior National Duals.

3 local girls hoops players headed to Saturday’s all-state games

Lynnwood’s Amayah Kirkman, Arlington’s Sierra Scheppele and Shorecrest’s Amanda Lee are on the 3A/2A West team.