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Katri Shields works through practice Wednesday afternoon at Snohomish High School on March 7, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Prep girls tennis preview: Snohomish’s ‘self-made’ player

Senior Katri Shields’ tennis career is taking off now that she’s found her confidence.

Katri Shields works through practice Wednesday afternoon at Snohomish High School on March 7, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Community roundup: EvCC’s Jackson named North Region’s MVP

Everett Community College’s Gio Jackson had a season for the ages, and last week his efforts were recognized as he was named the Northwest Athletic… Continue reading

Nick Hammons has big shoes to fill at Snohomish — his dad’s

The younger Hammons is taking over for his dad, Kim, as the Panthers baseball coach this season.

The Herald’s Athletes of the Week for Feb. 11-17

THE HERALD’S PREP ATHLETES OF THE WEEK FOR FEB. 11-17 Mason Phillips, Stanwood, Boys Wrestling Phillips, a senior, won his third state championship Saturday, placing… Continue reading

Stanwood girls beat Snohomish 60-50 to clinch state berth

The Spartans will face Shorecrest for the 3A District 1 Tournament title on Saturday.

Central Washington heptathlete Landis has earned his success

The Snohomish High School alumnus has willed himself into being a national title contender.

Monday’s prep stars of the night

Ryder Kavanagh, G, Lake Stevens Kavanagh, a senior, scored a gamehigh 29 points as the Vikings fought past Mount Vernon 57-48 in a Wesco 4A… Continue reading

Short-handed Snohomish wrestling tops Glacier Peak 40-36

The injury-addled Panthers rallied to best their cross-town rivals in a non-conference dual.

Snohomish girls shut down Stanwood, cruise to 61-39 victory

The Panthers’ stifling defense stymies the potent Spartans and Snohomish stays perfect in Wesco 3A play.

Snohomish’s Kyra Beckman, attempts a shot with Edmonds-Woodway’s Adrienne Poling trailing Friday night at Edmonds-Woodway High School in Edmonds on January 12, 2018. The Panthers won 66-64. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Snohomish girls outlast Edmonds-Woodway 66-64

The Panthers stay unbeaten in Wesco 3A play and snap the Warriors’ 11-game win streak.

Snohomish’s Kyra Beckman, attempts a shot with Edmonds-Woodway’s Adrienne Poling trailing Friday night at Edmonds-Woodway High School in Edmonds on January 12, 2018. The Panthers won 66-64. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

Snohomish freshman wrestler continues to defy odds

‘Hamoody’ Smith has overcome many obstacles in his life, but embraces challenges head on.

Snohomish wrestlers hoping to benefit from experience

The Snohomish boys wrestling team was young last year and will be young this year. But the Panthers are a year older, and Snohomish coach… Continue reading

Tuesday’s prep stars of the night

George Reidy, G, Cedar Park Christian Reidy, a senior, scored 41 points in the Eagles’ 78-67 loss to Seattle Christian, accounting for 62 percent of… Continue reading

Snohomish girls rally past Glacier Peak 42-41

A bucket with 1.2 seconds to play lifts the Panthers over the Grizzlies on Cancer Awareness Night.

Prep athletes of the week for 12/11-12/16

Boys swimming and diving Ethan Ahrendt, Everett Ahrendt won the 200-meter freestyle and 100 backstroke events and was part of the Seagulls’ winning 200 medley… Continue reading

Smalley resigns as Snohomish football coach

Kai Smalley has resigned his position as head coach of the Snohomish football team. Smalley had been Snohomish’s coach since 2013. “I want to spend… Continue reading