Meadowdale High School

Lynnwood native is the voice of Skipper in ‘Madagascar’

Meadowdale grad Tom McGrath is an animator, director and screenwriter with A-list credits on his resume.

 

Arlington girls ride defense to win over Meadowdale

The Eagles’ pressure defense fuels a 22-2 run in the second quarter en route to a 61-40 Wesco 3A win.

 

Meadowdale girls hold off Snohomish in Wesco 3A/2A clash

The Mavericks build a 16-point lead, then fend off a late Panthers comeback bid to earn a 47-41 win.

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Meadowdale tops Shorecrest to keep pace in Wesco 3A South

Big plays from receiver Mason Vaughn and a stingy defense lift the Mavericks to a 20-14 league win.

Meadowdale alum Hamlett selected by Seattle in XFL draft

The tight end, who played in college at Oregon State, was taken by the Dragons in the ‘open phase.’

Meadowdale blitzes Shorewood for Wesco 3A South win

A second-half onslaught and stingy defense lead the Mavericks to a 40-8 win over the Thunderbirds.

Meadowdale High School names new head football coach

James Harmon, the defensive coordinator for the past 3 years, replaces Matt Leonard as head coach.

Meadowdale native globe-trotting through soccer

Julio Abad has created opportunities for himself from Lynnwood to Abu Dhabi playing the sport he loves.

Julio Abad: ‘Stories I’ll never forget’

Meadowdale High School alum Julio Abad shares experiences from the 2019 Special Olympics World Games.

Meadowdale football coach steps down for coaching jobs in Texas

Matt Leonard, who coached the Mavs for 4 years, will coach wrestling and football in Pflugerville, Texas.

Meadowdale sophomore, River Stewart, totaled 32 goals and 10 assists while leading the Mavericks to a district title and the programs’s first state berth since 2005. Stewart is the Boys Soccer Player of the Year. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

2019 Boys Soccer Player of the Year: River Stewart

The sophomore tallied 32 goals while helping Meadowdale reach state for the first time since 2005.

Meadowdale sophomore, River Stewart, totaled 32 goals and 10 assists while leading the Mavericks to a district title and the programs’s first state berth since 2005. Stewart is the Boys Soccer Player of the Year. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
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