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The Trojans’ rosters are dotted with former local standouts.
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The Tomahawks roll through the air and on the ground in a dominating 56-22 victory.
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The two-time Olympian from Marysville was found dead this past Saturday at age 42.
Video and text of the late Marysville native’s acceptance speech from his induction last Wednesday.
The two-time Olympic from Marysville athlete had a long career representing the USA. He died at 42.
Jarred Rome was in town for his induction into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame.
Dillon Kuk returns the opening kickoff 90 yards for a score and the Tomahawks hang on to win 17-14.
After tough losses derailed their playoff hopes last year, the Tomahawks are ready to show they belong.
The 6-foot-7 QB has been limited to just nine starts since transferring to Oregon State in 2017.
Bradford Loomis will perform on July 28 at the Tim Noah Thumbnail Theater in Snohomish.
Santa Clara University announced the hiring of Gina Carbonatto as its head softball coach on June 24.
The 1971 Everett High School graduate spent over 40 years in education.
Craig Iversen, who coached 2 Tomahawks’ state champs, will be replaced by 2011 grad Marcus Haughian.
Marysville Pilchuck alum Jarred Rome headlines the 2019 group that will be inducted in September.
Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre honored five Snohomish County schools at a Tony Awards-like ceremony.
MP alum Trent Tingelstad is taken by the M’s and Cascade alum Austin Pinorini is selected by the Indians.
If they were all on the same team, these players could be good enough to reach the NCAA tourney.