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Eight Snohomish County softball and baseball teams vie for state championships this weekend.
4A boys state tournament At Canyon Lakes G.C., Kennewick Par 72 1.…
The Everett boys lead the 3A team standings with one more round to play.
4A BOYS When: Tuesday and Wednesday Where: Canyon Lakes Golf Course (Kennewick) Local qualifiers Glacier Peak: Chase Gardner, Alex Knowlton, Tyler Spalti Kamiak: Devin Kim,… Continue reading
Kamiak is a favorite for boys and girls team titles, and several locals could contend for individual titles.
Hard work has paid off for the junior standout, who is coming off a district championship.
The Cedar Park Christian baseball team is headed to the 1A state semifinals for the second consecutive season. The Eagles (19-5), last year’s state-runner up,… Continue reading
The Lakewood softball team is headed to state for just the second time in school history and the first time since 2001. The Cougars (17-6)… Continue reading
The Lynnwood girls golf and Mountlake Terrace baseball teams were announced as academic state champions last week by the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. Lynnwood claimed… Continue reading
After a 10-year delay, construction should be done this fall on grandstands for 1,700 people.
The Grizzlies tie the state quarterfinals match in stoppage time, but lose 3-2 in double OT.
The T-wolves’ season ends with a 2-1 loss to the Storm after beating South Kitsap in the opening round.
Archbishop Murphy boys soccer team eliminated from 2A state tournament.
The Eastside Catholic baseball team had to wait an entire year, but it exacted revenge on Arlington. The Crusaders erased an early… Continue reading
The Marysville Pilchuck baseball team entered its first state tournament in nine years largely due to the strength of its pitching. But… Continue reading
The Tomahawks blasted 3 homers to back McKenzie Justice’s 2-hit shutout in an 8-0 win over Meadowdale.
Jackson’s Daniel Arias, MP’s Trina Davis and Edmonds-Woodway’s Yukino Parle each won multiple events.