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The recent Lake Stevens grad and Boise State freshman dominated on the court and inspired off of it.
The 14-team league will make its debut in Season 2 with basketball and wrestling.
The recent grad helped turn the boys soccer program around while also developing a love for music.
The standout catcher for the Hawks will continue her playing career at Cal Lutheran.
The 21 schools in conference won’t participate in any of the WIAA’s alternative seasons in the fall.
The Seagulls standout had his eyes set on a state title before spring sports were shut down.
An updated plan moves girls swimming to Season 3 and makes fall cross country an alternate season.
The WSU-bound standout missed out on a chance to defend his state title in the 400 meters.
The 2020-21 school year will feature four shortened athletic seasons as opposed to the typical three.
The prolific Wildcats slugger will continue her playing career at Seattle University.
Several locals earned national honors; Pair of coaches step down at Snohomish High School.
She earned 11 gold medals while competing in bowling, basketball and track and field for the Knights.
Football practices are now scheduled to start Sept. 5 and all other fall sports will begin Sept. 7.
The standout track and field athlete will continue her career at WSU while studying medicine.
The shortstop/catcher played five years of varsity baseball and also starred on the basketball team.
The standout pitcher will play college softball at Central Connecticut State University.
Plus, a Meadowdale junior gets picked for the WIAA LEAP Committee.
Standout defender also kicked for the football team and shares a name with a Seattle Mariners icon.
The talented jumper overcame scoliosis and will study biochemistry at the University of Idaho.
WIAA outlines the requirements for practices, competitions, with the requirements varying by sport.