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Seattle routs the Red Sox 12-4, but questions remain how the rebuilding season will play out.
Nearly three-quarters of responders are either excited or accepting of following a rebuilding team.
Are you on board with following a rebuilding team, or are you going to sit this one out?
Their willingness to battle through adversity bodes well for Everett’s playoff prospects
Everett has achieved almost everything in its time in the WHL, except for a league championship.
The voters split nearly evenly on whether they back the Washington Huskies or Gonzaga Bulldogs.
Are you a backer of the Gonzaga University Bulldogs or the University of Washington Huskies?
Every Silvertips’ hat trick is rewarded with a pair of custom-made Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers.
No one could have predicted the historic success from Everett’s 2014 bantam draft.
Everett’s goaltender received 39 percent of the vote, but a pair of forwards were right behind.
Former Huskies guard and Jackson alum Dan Kingma says the energetic hoops coach is ‘a real dude.’
Who’s the Everett Silvertips’ Most Valuable Player? It’s been another hugely successful season for Everett. With three games remaining in the regular season the Tips… Continue reading
Half the responders believe the Tomahawks will be the local team that goes furthest at state.
Eleven local teams qualified for the high school state hoops tournaments, which begin Wednesday.
Here’s some more candidates for the hypothetical college team comprised of county natives.
Columnist Nick Patterson makes the case for a team of area players starring for their respective schools.
More than 70 percent of the voters said they would at least give the new pro football league a peek.
The AAF, America’s newest professional outdoor football league, made its debut over the weekend.
Players like Kendall Coyne Schofield and Snohomish native Lexi Bender are blazing the way.
The player who sparks the Husky men’s basketball team’s defense received more than half the votes.