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Plus, a trio of locals are honored by their respective conferences and Edmonds volleyball reaches the final eight.
The Wildcats find the formula to solve the Eagles’ vaunted defense and win 38-24 in the 3A state tournament.
The Eagles enter the state playoffs with a suffocating defense that allows just 7.6 points per game.
A look at state openers for Lake Stevens, Glacier Peak, Marysville Pilchuck, Arlington, Stanwood and Granite Falls.
In another 5-set thriller between the rivals, the Spartans prevail in a tense district semifinal.
Max Gray, a 2014 Arlington H.S. grad, has won 2 Swiss Bowls since joining the Calanda Broncos.
The senior caps a stellar finish to his career with a medal; Snohomish’s Paige Gerrard places sixth.
The Eagles get three takeaways and score a defensive TD in a 35-0 playoff win over Auburn Mountainview.
Over the past decade, the Eagles’ boys program has gone from doormat to perennial 3A state power.
Brandon Moore wins the 3A boys race, the Eagles win the team title and Snohomish’s Paige Gerrard wins the 3A girls crown.
The Spartans win the back-and-forth match 3-2 and take the inside track on the Wesco 3A/2A league title.
The Eagles shut down 3A No. 3-ranked Marysville Pilchuck’s high-powered ground attack in a 28-14 win.
Teams from all over the West Coast descend on Lakewood H.S. for the annual cross country extravaganza.
Emily Mekelburg and the talented Eagles improve to 6-0 in league play with the straight-sets win.
Also, Everett girls hoops has a new coach, and Archbishop Murphy girls soccer is off to a roaring start.
The Eagles pull away in the second half and earn a 27-6 victory in the annual rivalry game.
Lake Stevens and GP make major statements, Arlington proves it’s a contender despite a loss, and more.
Lake Stevens-O’Dea, Glacier Peak-Woodinville and Arlington-Ferndale highlight a loaded Week 3 slate.
Jordyn Latta and Cameron Bourne each score three goals in the Wildcats’ 6-1 win over the Eagles.
Trent Nobach throws six TDs in the first half and Levi Younger scores three total TDs in a 54-0 win.