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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.
The Edmonds native and Gonzaga junior is playing the waiting game with the pre-draft process unsettled.
Olivia Lee’s work at EvCC is recognized; the Snohomish Soccer Dome closes its doors for good.
Whether to accept the NCAA’s offer of an extra year due to the missed spring season isn’t black and white.
The former Marysville Pilchuck standout goes to Jacksonville with the 189th overall pick.
The Lake Stevens High School graduate goes to Indianapolis with the 122nd pick in the NFL draft.
But Huskies TE Hunter Bryant, RB Salvon Ahmed, OT Trey Adams and DB Myles Bryant all go undrafted.
The former Lake Stevens star is the top quarterback still available according to ESPN.
The King’s alum and Gonzaga forward won’t hire an agent and could possibly return to the Bulldogs.
Experts predict UW alum Jacob Eason will be selected after Thursday’s first round. But who knows?
The Washington men’s basketball coach says the former Marysville Pilchuck star has ‘limitless’ potential.
The Gonzaga junior is named the Division I-AAA ADA Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
After a tumultuous season, the talented forward joins fellow freshman Isaiah Stewart in exiting UW.
The WNBA draft is Friday, but Mikayla Pivec is spending time trying to help during the virus pandemic.
Because there is much focus on Rolovich’s flashy style, it’s easy to overlook the substance.
The Everett High School graduate and UW football coaching legend passed away recently at age 77.
‘I think we are going to have a season and I think it’s going to be a memorable one,’ the new coach says.
The freshman sensation led the Huskies in scoring, rebounding and blocks in his only season at UW.
The junior-to-be’s first season with the Huskies was derailed due to academic ineligibility.