High school sports

Lakewood’s Carson Chrisman celebrates after scoring a touchdown during a Class 2A state playoff game against Sequim last November. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

POLL RESULTS: Readers not confident on high school football

More than half the responders said they don’t expect high school football to be played in the fall.

Lakewood’s Carson Chrisman celebrates after scoring a touchdown during a Class 2A state playoff game against Sequim last November. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Marysville-Pilchuck’s Jordan Justice pushes Arlington’s Joseph Schmidt to the ground during a game last October. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

POLL: Will there be high school football in the fall?

Schools are scheduled to reopen, but will football be able to accommodate distancing regulations?

Marysville-Pilchuck’s Jordan Justice pushes Arlington’s Joseph Schmidt to the ground during a game last October. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Sultan High soccer striker Diego Hernandez on Monday, June 8, 2020 in Sultan, Wa.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Sultan boys soccer player Diego Hernandez

The senior forward plans to get a fire science degree and become a firefighter.

Sultan High soccer striker Diego Hernandez on Monday, June 8, 2020 in Sultan, Wa.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)

No determination made yet for high school sports in fall

State superintendent Chris Reykdal says it could be “several weeks” or more before there’s an answer.

WIAA won’t change state basketball format for 2021

The organization sought input on revamping the tournaments, but opted for no change for next season.

Lake Stevens softball player Kiley Hubby

The two-time state-champion wrestler will play college softball and join the ROTC at North Georgia.

Tom Lafferty in the booth at KRKO on Thursday, July 12, 2018 in Everett, Wa. KRKO 1380 AM is switching away from a sports talk format to music after 16 years, though the station will continue to broadcast local sports events. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Tom Lafferty in the booth at KRKO on Thursday, July 12, 2018 in Everett, Wa. KRKO 1380 AM is switching away from a sports talk format to music after 16 years, though the station will continue to broadcast local sports events. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett School District names prep athletes of the year

Everett’s Jayden White and Cascade’s Katie Nelson were honored in a virtual ceremony Thursday night.

Monroe track and field sprinter Jon Yates

The talented sprinter was the first leader of the school’s student voice focus groups.

Archbishop Murphy star commits to play football at Virginia

Junior DE/OLB Josh McCarron fell in love with the school’s coaching staff and family atmosphere.

Kamiak names new boys basketball coach

Former Bishop Blanchet head coach and Edmonds-Woodway alum Joe DeGrazia replaces Brandon Corsi.

WIAA considering changes to state basketball format

The association is asking people to take a survey that details three different proposals.

Prep notebook: Roberts to coach Cascade girls hoops again

Dave Roberts will replace John Barhanovich in what will be his third stint with the Bruins.

WIAA extends state seeding committees to all team sports

All team sports state tournaments will now use the same seeding process as football did in the fall.

Prep notebook: Kamiak hires new girls hoops coach

Head coaching positions opened up for the girls basketball teams at Lynnwood and Mariner high schools.

‘It’s gut-wrenching’: Jackson softball team denied shot at 3-peat

The T-wolves’ shot to win three straight state titles was taken away due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Prep notebook: Winter coaches at Murphy, Kamiak step down

Archbishop Murphy’s boys basketball coach and three head coaches at Kamiak won’t be back next season.

Lynnwood standout realizes college basketball dream

Nakia Boston signed a letter of intent to play women’s basketball at Division-I Portland State.

Prep notebook: Locals honored by county basketball officials

Monroe’s Efton Chism III and Jackson’s Mack Konig earned player of the year honors.

On draft day, Lake Stevens star QB Eason awaits call to NFL

Experts predict UW alum Jacob Eason will be selected after Thursday’s first round. But who knows?

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