Monday, March 4, 2024
Three Grizzlies reach double figures in a wire-to-wire 66-33 victory.
Also, an Edmonds-Woodway High School alum signs an NFL futures deal, former area stars shine on the hardwood and the Silvertips ink a prospect.
Mariner graduate Naser Motely and Kamiak graduate Josiah Pierre are leading the Tritons into NWAC North Region play.
Nisa Ellis pours in a game-high 34 points and scores the deciding bucket in the Vikings’ 62-60 victory.
Trina Davis helps Fiji women’s soccer at the Pacific Games, hammer throwers earn All-American nod, and locals take home collegiate all-league honors.
The duo combine for 50 points in a 71-49 victory of the Knights.
Plus, an Everett boy qualifies for gymnastics nationals, an ex-Lake Stevens volleyball star goes far in a world beach tournament, and more.
Plus, an Arlington grad is competing with an All-Navy basketball team, the EvCC men’s soccer team begins postseason play, and more.
Freshman Noelani Tupua scores two goals in a 4-2 Lake Stevens victory.
Plus, Lang wins another Evergreen Speedway title, Hayward heads to Sweden to play pro volleyball, and much more.
The Eagles deal out 39 first-half points, force four turnovers to shut down Knights in a 46-8 win.
An in-depth look at the best games the area has to offer to open the high school football season.
The junior tight end and linebacker is the state’s top prospect and No. 30 nationally for the class of 2025.
Coaches and players from Wesco 4A’s five football programs speak with The Herald about the upcoming season.
A capsule look at all eight local teams that will be playing in state tournament games, six of which are top-1o seeds.
Plus, Snohomish grad Sami Reynolds and Monroe alum River Mahler reach softball super regionals and more.
The Knights bounce back from an opening-round loss to win two loser-out games, capped by a 5-1 victory over the Wolves.
Ivan McLennan, a former LB at WSU, takes over for Bryant Thomas, who stepped down for an assistant job at Portland State.
The powerhouse Timberwolves score seven runs in the sixth inning to pull away for a league-opening 12-3 win.
A look at the top prep girls basketball players in the area from the 2022-23 season.