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Smaller and more inexperienced than usual, the Vikings’ offensive line has still found ways to excel.
Players and coaches remember the last Snohomish County team to win a title in the state’s largest classification.
Get ready for Saturday’s 4A state championship game with stories from the Vikings’ success-filled season.
Lopsided matchups happen in every sport. But when the athletes are kids, how do parents and coaches navigate it?
The Vikings win 45-28 and will face Graham-Kapowsin for the state championship next weekend.
The Wolverines hold the high-powered Tomahawks in check and pull away in the second half for a 27-3 win in the 3A semifinals.
It’s déjà vu for the Tomahawks, who face perennial power Bellevue in a rematch of the 2014 semifinals.
After their Week 1 matchup was canceled, the Vikings and Wolves meet in a semifinal clash of unbeatens.
After an injury threatened to end his senior season, Grayson Murren is leading the Vikings’ offense again.
The Tomahawks’ offense gets much of the attention, but the defense is nearly as good.
The bowl-eligible Cougars haven’t beat the Huskies since 2012. Both teams are led by interim coaches.
Jayden Limar runs for four TDs and the Vikings silence the Bullpups 35-14 in the state quarterfinals.
Dylan Carson rushes for 427 yards and five touchdowns as the Tomahawks win 39-21.
The Vikings host Gonzaga Prep in a 4A quarterfinal showdown of unbeaten state title contenders.
The Tomahawks and their high-powered rushing attack travel to face unbeaten Yelm in the 3A quarters.
Marysville Pilchuck’s explosive ground attack has left opponents in the dust and lit up the scoreboard.
Roundup of games in the first round of the state tournaments involving local teams: (Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email email@example.com) 4A… Continue reading
Jakobus Seth was adopted from Haiti at age 6. He has grown into a standout left tackle. Yale wanted him. He chose the Palouse.
The Tomahawks rush for 538 yards in a 52-21 win over Garfield in the 3A state tournament.
The Wildcats find the formula to solve the Eagles’ vaunted defense and win 38-24 in the 3A state tournament.