The Spartans win 80-60 and advance to play in the Tacoma Dome for the second straight season.
The Royals overcame adversity and ‘ups and downs’ to reach the state regionals.
THE HERALD’S PREP ATHLETES OF THE WEEK FOR FEB. 11-17 Mason Phillips, Stanwood, Boys Wrestling Phillips, a senior, won his third state championship Saturday, placing… Continue reading
Here are Thursday’s prep stars of the night: Hannah Hezekiah, G, Mariner Hezekiah, a senior, scored 29 points to help the Marauders beat Jackson 56-38… Continue reading
Here are Wednesday’s prep stars of the night: Erwin Weary, G, Cedar Park Christian-Mountlake Terrace Weary, a senior, poured in 35 points as the Lions… Continue reading
The No. 16 Beavers asked Mikayla Pivec to switch to a position she hasn’t played since 7th grade.
The Lynnwood High School graduate is excelling for the Beavers after being switched to point guard.
The Lake Stevens and Lynnwood sons trained together, and Pratt reflected on Couture’s impact on him.
Here are Wednesday’s prep stars of the night Julia Strand, C, Shorecrest Strand scored 20 points to lead the Scots to a 71-57 victory over… Continue reading
Commitment to student-athletes is a hallmark of the area’s longest-tenured coaches.
Here are Wednesday’s prep stars of the night: Carolyn Brunner, P, Kamiak Brunner, a senior, hit a corner 3-pointer at the buzzer off an assist… Continue reading
Led by junior guard Haben Tekle, the Mavericks race to an early lead and cruise past the Royals.
There’s been a lot of change for the Lynnwood girls basketball team this winter. The Royals (6-7 overall, 2-3 Wesco 3A) have a new coach,… Continue reading
The Royals’ starting point guard is a full-time University of Washington student.
Boys basketball Ryder Kavanagh, Lake Stevens Kavanagh, a senior guard, scored 22 points in the Vikings’ 63-59 loss to Spring Ford (Pa.) on Wednesday, then… Continue reading
The Snohomish County Football Officials Hall of Fame Committee’s 36th Annual Scholar Athlete Banquet will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Rose Hill… Continue reading
Three players and a new head coach, all with local ties, have the Wildcats thinking big for 2017-18.
Elizabeth Perenchio, Edmonds-Woodway volleyball Perenchio, a junior setter, dished out 44 assists to help the Warriors beat Everett in four sets in a Wesco 3A… Continue reading
Gaby Chappell, Edmonds-Woodway soccer Chappell, a junior midfielder, scored the match’s lone goal in the Warriors’ 1-0 win over Snohomish in a pivotal Wesco 3A… Continue reading
Football Ray Pimentel, Archbishop Murphy Pimentel, a senior, rushed for 315 yards and three touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 52-14 win over Granite Falls on Friday.… Continue reading