The Turks win the Black and Blue Bowl trophy for the first time since 2017.
Archbishop Murphy and Lakewood look to make waves in the ultra-tough Northwest Conference.
Led by a close group of seniors, the Tigers are in the state playoffs for the first time since 1990.
A look at state openers for Lake Stevens, Glacier Peak, Marysville Pilchuck, Arlington, Stanwood and Granite Falls.
Lake Stevens finds a way, Monroe is peaking, and Granite Falls is state-bound for the 2nd time ever.
The Tigers rally to beat South Whidbey 13-12 to secure the final state berth from the Emerald Sound Conference.
Lopsided scores have been commonplace this year. Plus, a look at the NWC 2A and Emerald Sound races.
The coaches polls, favorites, contenders, 3 things to know, players to watch and games to watch.
Student-athletes and coaches from Granite Falls and Sultan who earned all-league honors.
Granite Falls beats rival Sultan in OT in the area’s first prep football game in more than 15 months.
The 6-foot-6 senior has developed into a force for the Tigers, and has some of the best hair around.
The Emerald Sound Conference will consist of up to 14 teams and feature tiered divisions in some sports.
The candidates include two basketball players, a diver and a wrestler
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The Tigers’ defense comes through with a dominant performance in a 45-0 rivalry win over the Turks.
The Tigers are playing this season with just six full-time varsity players and no libero.
The Tigers’ senior ran a mile in just over 6 minutes as a 5th-grader and is a devoted church member.