Wednesday, February 21, 2024
The NCAA upheld its ruling that RaeQuan Battle is ineligible to play this season after transferring from Montana State.
Portland remains as the only Western Conference team Everett hasn’t beat, but the Tips appear to be closing the gap.
Plus, an Everett boy qualifies for gymnastics nationals, an ex-Lake Stevens volleyball star goes far in a world beach tournament, and more.
Woodway native Naomi Smith also qualifies for the NCAA Champions.
The second-year right tackle has been out since suffering a knee injury in the season opener.
Everett set a franchise record with 3 short-handed goals against Vancouver last week.
Plus, Alivia White wins her first college wrestling tournament, EvCC men’s soccer falls just short of NWAC semifinals, and more.
The former area star was signed to New York’s practice squad. He hadn’t been on a team since May.
John Peeters took electric-powered boating to new speeds with a craft designed by students from the prestigious university.
The death of a hockey player in England caused the WHL to mandate new safety equipment. Meanwhile, Everett posts a 2-2 week.
Plus, an Arlington grad is competing with an All-Navy basketball team, the EvCC men’s soccer team begins postseason play, and more.
Taylor Roe becomes the first individual from Oklahoma State University to win the women’s title in the 28-year history of the Big 12.
Everett grabs 5 of 6 possible points and moves up in the U.S. Division standings.
The franchise announced its team name with a howl Thursday night. The team also signed its first player.
Plus, Mariner grad earns preseason men’s basketball honors, Lynnwood native joins new NFL team, and more.
The team’s analytics guru is now vice president of basketball analytics and innovation.
The school said it will appeal the decision.
Alden Pate competes in enduro, which consists of high-speed cycling down steep man-made trails on rugged mountainous terrain.
Everett went 1-2 in the first of nine weekends that feature three games in three days this season.
After stops at Washington State and Utah Tech, the Archbishop Murphy alum has settled in at Tarleton State in Texas.