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The Herald staff breaks down the top moments from Week 2 of the prep football season.
Here’s a lively discussion with Sheriff Ty Trenary and his challenger, sheriff’s Sgt. Adam Fortney.
The Huskies and Jacob Eason strike with early fireworks en route to a convincing 52-20 victory.
The Eagles return two interceptions for TDs in a 33-7 win over the defending Wesco 3A North champions.
Led by a stout defense, the Grizzlies earn city bragging rights with a 24-3 win over the Panthers.
The Class 4A top-ranked Vikings overcome turnovers to beat the Class 3A fifth-ranked Abes 35-26.
A second-half onslaught and stingy defense lead the Mavericks to a 40-8 win over the Thunderbirds.
Republican Anna Rohrbough and Democrat Megan Dunn visited the Herald newsroom.
Join The Herald’s staff as it breaks down five key games taking place on Friday night.
On “Herald Headlines,” meet the reporter who followed her nose but failed to solve the mystery.
Bev’s granddaughter is moving into the 21st century and a bigger space. But it’ll always be Bev’s place.
The Herald staff reviews the opening week’s north Puget Sound games.
Enlarged ponds will help store stormwater, while making the course more challenging.
Jack Kuna, 17, brings the footballs to the field. “I’m always there to help them out.”
The game was delayed 2 hours, 39 minutes by lightning (video included of the lights going out).
At the historic cabin in the sky, they interact with hikers and enjoy the majestic solitude.
Statement wins for local schools and an overtime battle were among the top highlights from Week 1.
Dillon Kuk returns the opening kickoff 90 yards for a score and the Tomahawks hang on to win 17-14.
Tanner Jellison tosses three TDs and the Vikings dismantle the Golden Eagles in a 55-0 rout.
New starting quarterback Tyson Lang accounts for 4 TDs in the Grizzlies’ 35-14 win over the Warriors.