Gabriela Franco scored her first goal of the season to help the Timberwolves beat Lake Stevens 3-0.
Who should be The Herald's Prep Athlete of the Week for Oct. 15-21?… Continue reading
Trina Davis Marysville Pilchuck | Girls Soccer Davis, a senior, had a foot in all five goals scored by the Tomahawks in their 5-0 victory… Continue reading
True freshman Daniel Arias hauls in a 37-yard touchdown on Colorado’s opening drive Saturday.
The Knights took control early in a matchup of perennial league championship contenders.
Larry Walker’s name became synonymous with Everett Community College men’s basketball. Now his name will forever be synonymous with the court his former team plays… Continue reading
The Timberwolves can’t contain Wesco 4A leading rusher Seth Tercero in a 49-24 league loss.
Kyle Cornett played the amateur role, and in the process he helped take down a former PGA Tour professional. Cornett, a Jackson High School graduate,… Continue reading
Both teams lose starting goalkeepers in the physical matchup between unbeaten Wesco 4A foes.
Roman Savchuk catches 2 TDs, including the late go-ahead score, in the Marauders’ 25-20 win.
The Herald’s Athlete of the Week nominees for Sept. 10-16. Voting closes Friday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page. Mia… Continue reading
Star quarterback Ayden Ziomas accounts for 4 TDs in the Grizzlies’ 39-23 win.
Addition of Murphy, Cedarcrest makes a tough Wesco 3A even tougher; Wesco 4A has new playoff format
The seven nominees were standout performers during the week of Sept. 3-9
Anuj Vimawala may be the top player in Wesco 4A, but his leadership off the court is just as impressive
Jackson’s streak, Shoreline dominance and longtime coaches leaving are among interesting subplots.
In Joseph and Anna Skoog, the Timberwolves have a sibling combo that’s tough to beat.
The coach who resurrected Edmonds Community College softball from oblivion is moving on to a higher level. Sheryl Gilmore, who took the Tritons from being… Continue reading
Mill Creek Little League players lended a hand to fellow athletes at nationals.
12 players from Snohomish County school were named to the squad.