Snohomish High School

Snohomish senior Johnston is our Boys Athlete of the Year

During the 2016-17 school year, Josh Johnston decided that his athletic future is going to involve football, but the Snohomish senior was anything but a… Continue reading

Snohomish alum has ‘amazing’ experience with UW at WCWS

Trysten Melhart had the best seat at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City for one of the most dramatic moments of the first… Continue reading

Community roundup: EvCC runner earns All-American honors

By Nick Patterson Herald Writer Avery Daniels, a freshman at Everett Community College, earned All-American honors in two events with her performance at the 2017… Continue reading

Roosevelt defense shuts down Snohomish in 3A title game

Snohomish boys soccer coach Matt Raney was briefly overcome with emotion while pondering his team’s season after Saturday’s 3A state championship game at… Continue reading

Snohomish soccer team beats Gig Harbor, will play for 3A title

Even though the Snohomish boys soccer team has had a recent tradition of success, there was a bit of trepidation among the Panthers… Continue reading

State softball: Monroe reaches Class 4A semifinals

As Monroe’s confidence grew toward the end of the regular season and began brimming at the district playoffs, Bearcats softball coach Mike Birch had a… Continue reading

Poll results: Archbishop Murphy boys soccer favored

So I tried something a little different this week. With the high school state tournaments taking place this weekend, I decided to run a poll… Continue reading

Snohomish softball team looks to continue era of success

The Snohomish softball program spent most of this millennium going through a 14-year state-tournament drought. But those days seem like a distant memory… Continue reading

Snohomish senior aims for big finish at state tennis tourney

When Snohomish tennis coach Dick Jansen talks with with one of his players in between sets, he’ll usually speak first to dictate the flow of… Continue reading

Miscues doom Snohomish baseball in 9-1 loss to Bonney Lake

Passed balls, crucial errors, too many walks. The Snohomish Panthers flatly didn’t play clean enough during their 3A state tournament opening-round game against… Continue reading

Snohomish, Meadowdale clinch 3A state softball berths

Two defending state champions have clinched berths to the 3A softball state tournament. Snohomish and Meadowdale posted 3A District 1 tournament semifinal victories… Continue reading

Snohomish routs Lakeside, advances to state soccer quarters

After wreaking havoc on opposing defenses all season long, the Snohomish boys soccer team’s high-powered attack was uncharacteristically held in check during Saturday’s… Continue reading

Lynnwood soccer wins district title, beating Snohomish 4-1

Lynnwood’s history-making week just keeps getting better. The Royals on Tuesday dispatched previously undefeated Squalicum to clinch their first state berth since 1986,… Continue reading

Snohomish earns state bid with 5-4 comeback win over MP

Less than 24 hours after being dealt a crushing walk-off loss in extra innings, the Panthers found themselves on the winning side of… Continue reading

E-W punches ticket to state with 9-inning, walk-off win

After fouling off several fastballs, Brandon Mitchell found one he liked. Then with one swing of the bat, the Edmonds-Woodway slugger crushed his… Continue reading

Snohomish boys clinch 18th state soccer berth in last 20 years

Felipe Cerna, Nathan Nicholson and Conner Smith scored for Snohomish in a 13-minute span to close the first half and the Panthers finished… Continue reading

Murphy hires longtime Snohomish coach Bone as boys hoops coach

After a one-year hiatus, Len Bone is returning to the sidelines. The former longtime Snohomish coach has been named head coach of the… Continue reading

Snohomish routs Meadowdale in battle of defending state champs

The Snohomish softball team quickly turned a battle of defending state champions into a one-sided affair. Rylie Wales homered twice and was one… Continue reading

Finalists for The Herald’s 2016 Woman of the Year in Sports

Related: Amy-Eloise Neale is our 2016 Woman of the Year in Sports Desiree Miller, U.S. Paralympic basketball Miller, a 2005 graduate of Monroe High School,… Continue reading

Snohomish beats Edmonds-Woodway 3-2 for 5th straight victory

The Snohomish boys soccer team entered its Thursday home game against Edmonds-Woodway tied for first place in Wesco 3A with Mountlake Terrace. Before… Continue reading