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Lynnwood native Myles Gaskin lands on the reserve/COVID-19 list for the Dolphins and sits out.
The Jaguars QB will wear shoes supporting the CJK Foundation, a suicide prevention organization.
The Mariners have invited the AquaSox to play more games in a longer season, with better players.
Lynnwood native Myles Gaskin returns from injury and makes an impact in the Dolphins’ win.
The Cascade graduate is staying positive during his senior season at WSU despite all the challenges.
The state’s top-ranked baseball player for the class of 2021 originally committed to Oregon State.
Rice’s Nicole Limberg and Alabama’s Matthew King recently turned in standout performances.
Players from Snohomsish County didn’t see a lot of action as the season hits the three-quarter mark.
Joyner’s return to football comes in The Spring League.
The club would field players further along in their development who are more likely to one day play for the Mariners.
Marysville Pilchuck alum Jake Luton struggles against the league’s last undefeated team.
Devante Downs, Jake Luton and KeiVarae Russell all saw action this past weekend.
The local mixed martial arts standout lost by unanimous decision on Saturday night in Las Vegas.
Plus, Miranda Granger is set for another fight, the NWAC grants an eligibility waiver and more.
Taylor Roe finished 2nd at the Big 12 Cross Country Championship with a goal of being an All-American.
The Gonzaga standout averaged 13.9 points and made 78 3-pointers last season.
Five Snohomish County products were on NFL rosters in Week 9.
The WSU standout will be one of the top linemen; Cascade alum Josh Watson named honorable mention.
Plus, Lake Stevens grad Taylor Roe finishes 2nd at the Big 12 Cross Country Championship and more.