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Vlad verbally commits to Cornell and Slava verbally commits to UC San Diego.
The Kamiak graduate was a standout softball player at UCLA from 2005-08.
Snohomish grad Ethan Casto places 9th at the Washington Men’s Amateur; two locals join SPU track.
She earned 11 gold medals while competing in bowling, basketball and track and field for the Knights.
Plus, a Meadowdale junior gets picked for the WIAA LEAP Committee.
Tom Lafferty has been a fixture on the local sports scene for 35 years. He’s one of eight inductees this year.
Former Bishop Blanchet head coach and Edmonds-Woodway alum Joe DeGrazia replaces Brandon Corsi.
Head coaching positions opened up for the girls basketball teams at Lynnwood and Mariner high schools.
Local swimmers and relay teams capture five of the 12 championships at a record-setting 4A state meet.
Returning state runner-ups, such as MP’s Cayden White, are using last year’s defeats as motivation.
Seven total meet records are set as the Knights cruise to their 11th outright district crown in 13 years.
The senior enjoys the individual aspects of wrestling and is focused on academics after high school.
Knights top Jackson 110-76; Vlad Gilszmer completes his quest for a state time in all 11 swim events.
Vlad and Slava Gilszmer already have decorated swimming careers — and the juniors are only getting better
The 2019 All-Wesco volleyball teams as selected by the conferences’ coaches: WESCO 4A First Team Samaya Morin, jr., outside hitter, Lake Stevens Marina Tukan, jr.,… Continue reading
Jackson’s Mia Chang earns swimmer of the meet honors; Kamiak’s Elli Straume wins her first state crown.
Arizona State-bound Elli Straume has earned 12 state medals, including four top-three individual finishes.
Preston Dwoskin, who has special needs, is set to be the head referee for the Buddy Bowl.
The nominees include two volleyball players, a cross country runner and a football player
Senior tailback Mayson Bach scores three touchdowns to lead the Knights to a 37-7 victory.