Plus, the EvCC men’s soccer team is ousted in semifinals, Jacob Eason and Jake Luton find news homes and much more.
Plus, the EvCC men’s soccer team reaches the NWAC semifinals, the Everett Figure Skating Club takes homes titles and much more.
Plus, Jacob Eason gets in a game for the Colts, Corey Kispert will miss the start of the NBA season and much more.
The AquaSox outfielder received the Dan Wilson Minor League Community Service Award handed out by the Seattle organization.
The Tomahawks rattle off 30 unanswered 2nd-half points for a 37-14 win over crosstown rival Marysville Getchell.
Myles Gaskin, Abraham Lucas and Kyler Gordon all survive NFL cutdown day.
League power Ferndale is the early favorite for a league title. Rising Stanwood appears to be its top challenger.
The Tomahawks begin practice without longtime coach Brandon Carson, who stepped down following last year’s playoff run.
Plus, a host of local collegians earn preseason honors, Jake Luton gets released by the Jaguars and more.
A look at the award winner and five other finalists from nominations submitted by local athletic directors.
Plus, two locals named Sports Star nominees, MP’s White takes fourth at wrestling nationals and much more.
Plus, MP’s Alivia White wins a national wrestling title, locals earn college conference honors and more.
Plus, an Everett native leads the U-17 Sounders to a title, the Steelheads will play for a women’s indoor title and more.
Plus, Everett grad Jayden White earns All-American status and more.
E-W’s Alex Rapelje and MP’s Alivia White return to Tacoma nearly two years after their first state-championship victories.
Kyle Nobach devoted most of his life to baseball, but a chance encounter led to his hiring as a UW softball assistant.
The Marysville Pilchuck senior flirted with state records with 2,671 rushing yards and a staggering 46 touchdowns.
After two up-and-seasons at UW, the young guard is beginning to find a rhythm with the Bobcats.
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.