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Plus, volleyball standouts earn all-conference nods, a former area girls hoops star helps end a long losing skid and more.
Snohomish’s Mary Clarke wins the 3A 50 freestyle and Kamiak’s Claire Smith takes the 4A butterfly crown.
Jadyn Edwards scores the golden goal in OT for the second straight year to lead the Lobos to the MWC title.
The senior caps a stellar finish to his career with a medal; Snohomish’s Paige Gerrard places sixth.
Cheyenne and Sara Rodgers lift the Panthers past Edmonds-Woodway 2-0 in a 3A district semifinal.
Brandon Moore wins the 3A boys race, the Eagles win the team title and Snohomish’s Paige Gerrard wins the 3A girls crown.
The Bearcats stop a 2-point attempt in OT and earn a share of the league crown with a wild 42-40 win.
The closely knit teams, who for years practiced together, compete against each other for the first time.
Plus, Snohomish H.S. inducts three into its hall of fame, a Murphy grad is honored again and more.
Teams from all over the West Coast descend on Lakewood H.S. for the annual cross country extravaganza.
The Panthers earn a 3-1 win over the Warrios in a matchup of two contenders in Wesco 2A/3A.
A pivotal Wesco 3A North showdown between Marysville Pilchuck and Ferndale highlights the Week 5 slate.
Emily Mekelburg and the talented Eagles improve to 6-0 in league play with the straight-sets win.
Lake Stevens and GP make major statements, Arlington proves it’s a contender despite a loss, and more.
Lake Stevens-O’Dea, Glacier Peak-Woodinville and Arlington-Ferndale highlight a loaded Week 3 slate.
The Panthers canceled their game vs. Squalicum due to “a large number of injuries,” according to their AD.
The Grizzlies win 35-19 in the annual rivalry game, but have much to improve on after an ‘ugly’ showing.
Jon Brockman, a former McDonald’s All-American at Snohomish H.S., is part of UW’s 2021 induction class.
The undefeated Grizzlies ride a big fourth quarter to a 59-35 win.
The Bearcats rally in the final period to beat the Panthers 36-35 in the opening game of the season.