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The Tomahawks rush for 398 yards and claim a 33-3 win over the Chargers in the Berry Bowl.
The seven nominees were standout performers during the week of Sept. 3-9
Arlington and Oak Harbor look to dethrone defending league champion Ferndale.
The outlooks for all seven teams in the conference.
Mill Creek Little League players lended a hand to fellow athletes at nationals.
Athletes are honored in baseball, softball, golf, track, boys soccer and girls tennis.
Officials now begin to prepare recommendations on high school reconfiguration and other issues.
See who The Herald honored for the week of March 18-24
The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team has faced its share of challenges this winter. Caleb Koellmer, who was one of the Chargers’ best players last… 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
The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association will honor the coaches in July.
Jaci LeGore-Hodgins doesn’t view the Marysville Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell girls swimming and diving teams as separate squads. That perspective was especially important to her… Continue reading
King’s cruises to quarterfinals, Shorecrest falls short vs. Seattle Prep
Last week, the Marysville Getchell girls soccer squad became the first team in school history to qualify for a state tournament. The Chargers wouldn’t have… Continue reading
Herald staff The Washington State women’s soccer team, on which Marysville native and Marysville Getchell alumna Kelsee Crenshaw is a first-team defender, received an at-large… Continue reading
The Chargers beat the Scots 1-0 in a 3A district girls soccer semifinal for the historic playoff bid.