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The Bearcats rally in the final period to beat the Panthers 36-35 in the opening game of the season.
Longtime high school basketball coach Jim Adams died at age 81. Many players he mentored went on to coach.
The versatile Snohomish senior and four-year starter capped her accomplished prep career in style.
Oregon State also got contributions from other former area standouts in a 3-0 win over Washington.
The Vikings improved to 8-0 on the season with a 3-0 sweep of the Panthers on Thursday night.
Ryan Black broke 2 long TDs and the Grizzlies made a key goal-line stand in a 35-10 rivalry win.
In addition, all NWAC championships have been canceled and play will be restricted to regions.
Plus, Lake Stevens grad Taylor Roe finishes 2nd at the Big 12 Cross Country Championship and more.
The longtime Snohomish baseball coach guided the Panthers to 385 wins and two state titles.
The 1981 Snohomish High School graduate was named Female Athlete of the Year by USA Judo in 1995.
Dan Parker-led teams captured a total of 11 state titles during an impressive 32-year coaching career.
Snohomish grad Ethan Casto places 9th at the Washington Men’s Amateur; two locals join SPU track.
The talented jumper overcame scoliosis and will study biochemistry at the University of Idaho.
Monroe High School alum Kaitlin Dickinson win’s SPU’s prestigious John Glancy Award.
Tom Lafferty has been a fixture on the local sports scene for 35 years. He’s one of eight inductees this year.
Whether to accept the NCAA’s offer of an extra year due to the missed spring season isn’t black and white.
The accolades continue to pile up for Mikayla Pivec, and now she’s up for one of the most prestigious individual awards in women’s college basketball.… Continue reading
The Mavericks stampeded to a 27-7 lead at half on their way to a 2nd straight trip to regionals.
The Scots avenge their only loss of the season with a 48-36 win in a 3A district semifinal.
The Panthers earn a 57-39 win in the opening game of the 3A Northwest District Tournament.