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The self-described ‘band geek’ would like to be an orthodonist, and is the Marauders’ top defender.
The Panthers overcame Devon Martinka’s school-record 29 kills to remain unbeaten with a four-set win over Stanwood.
Freshman Jasett Smith’s match-winning spike lifts the Panthers to victory in a showdown of unbeatens.
Petersen, a Herald All-Area second-team selection last season, will play collegiately at Nevada.
BOYS TENNIS Wesco 4A Kamiak 6, Cascade 1 Non-league Marysville Pilchuck 6, Lakewood 1 At Totem M.S. Singles: Parker Devereux (MP) def. Alex Williams 6-0,… Continue reading
Devon Martinka is humble, hardworking and poised to lead the Spartans to a 3rd straight state berth.
Can the Lake Stevens Vikings continue their winning ways?
Here are four prep events to keep an eye on this week as the fall season begins in earnest.
Kamiak High School has named Jason Davis its head volleyball coach, athletic director Sean Monica announced last week. Davis has coached volleyball at various levels… Continue reading
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The Seattle University-bound senior setter was a stabilizing presence for the Vikings.
Snohomish volleyball team takes 8th place at 3A state tournament.
Snohomish rallies in loser-out match to keep its season alive.
The Vikings will face Graham-Kapowsin in the first round on Friday afternoon in Kennewick.