Lake Stevens High School

Lake Stevens softball player Kiley Hubby

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

Dream come true: Eason picked by Colts in 4th round

The Lake Stevens High School graduate goes to Indianapolis with the 122nd pick in the NFL draft.

Eason, other locals still waiting to be selected in NFL draft

The former Lake Stevens star is the top quarterback still available according to ESPN.

Washington quarterback Jacob Eason throw around the rush of Boise State’s Curtis Weaver for a touchdown pass in the first quarter of the Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 21, 2019. Eason, a Lake Stevens alum, was one of 58 players — and the only UW player — invited to participate in the NFL Draft’s virtual event. (Darin Oswald/Idaho Statesman)

POLL RESULTS: Eason likely to be picked in early rounds

Most fans believe the former Lake Stevens star will be a second- or third-round pick in the NFL draft.

Washington quarterback Jacob Eason throw around the rush of Boise State’s Curtis Weaver for a touchdown pass in the first quarter of the Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 21, 2019. Eason, a Lake Stevens alum, was one of 58 players — and the only UW player — invited to participate in the NFL Draft’s virtual event. (Darin Oswald/Idaho Statesman)
Lake Stevens High School graduate and University of Washington quarterback Jacob Eason is expected to be an early-round pick in the NFL draft, which begins Thursday. (Dean Rutz/Seattle Times/TNS)

POLL: When will Jacob Eason be picked in the NFL draft?

The Lake Stevens High School graduate and UW quarterback is expected to be an early-round selection.

Lake Stevens High School graduate and University of Washington quarterback Jacob Eason is expected to be an early-round pick in the NFL draft, which begins Thursday. (Dean Rutz/Seattle Times/TNS)

Four Snohomish County natives eligible in upcoming NFL draft

Jacob Eason, Jake Luton, Mosese Fifita and Austin Joyner hope to have their dreams realized this week.

Local products’ intersecting path leads all the way to NFL

Jacob Eason and Jake Luton have been playing together or against each other since flag football.

Lake Stevens senior boys basketball player Jaxson Smith is our Athlete of the Month for February. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Athlete of the Month Q&A: Lake Stevens senior Jaxson Smith

Smith’s big performance on Senior Night helped the Vikings clinch a playoff berth.

Lake Stevens senior boys basketball player Jaxson Smith is our Athlete of the Month for February. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Herald Athletic Cup update: Lake Stevens maintains top spot

After another successful season, the Vikings held their lead in the area-wide prep sports competition.

Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Raigan Reed

The Boise State-bound senior guard led a young Lake Stevens team to the state regionals.

Vote for The Herald’s Prep Athlete of the Month for February

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Hot-shooting Camas downs Lake Stevens girls in regional game

The Papermakers netted six 3-pointers during a dominant third-quarter run to secure the victory.

Lake Stevens alum Eason says he’s ‘ready’ for NFL challenge

The former UW quarterback meets with the media to start the NFL combine week.

Clutch defense lifts Lake Stevens girls to 4A state berth

The Vikings shut down Inglemoor late en route to a 57-45 win in a winner-to-state, loser-out game.

Lake Stevens’ Alejandro Flores competes in the butterfly portion of the 200 yard medley relay Thursday afternoon at the Snohomish County Aquatic Center in Snohomish on January 23, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

State swim & dive preview: Lake Stevens senior rekindles passion

After taking last prep season off, Auburn-bound Alejandro Flores’ renewed focus is paying dividends.

Lake Stevens’ Alejandro Flores competes in the butterfly portion of the 200 yard medley relay Thursday afternoon at the Snohomish County Aquatic Center in Snohomish on January 23, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
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