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The Bearcats stop a 2-point attempt in OT and earn a share of the league crown with a wild 42-40 win.
Evan Leggett and his family lost their home to a fire. But “I’ve still got what I love,” he says.
Aaron Barraza runs for 4 TDs — including a pair of long 4th-quarter scores — in the Warriors’ 33-28 win.
A pivotal Wesco 3A North showdown between Marysville Pilchuck and Ferndale highlights the Week 5 slate.
The Wildcats win 5-0 and improve to 7-0 on the season while handing the Bearcats their first defeat.
The Bearcats finished runner-up to Lake Stevens in Wesco 4A four times from 2014-19.
WSU’s Suzy Pace and UW’s Jayden White both qualified at the NCAA West Preliminary Championship.
The Bearcats rally in the final period to beat the Panthers 36-35 in the opening game of the season.
Plus, a GP alum earned Pac-12 volleyball honors, a Kamiak alum placed at the ice dancing worlds, and more.
The Spartans earn a 3-1 win via scores of 25-23, 22-25, 25-23 and 25-9.
The powerful Vikings roll to a 40-0 win in the 81st meeting of the two schools.
Plus, a former Monroe QB is excelling at Whitworth, the Silvertips sign a former T-bird, and more.
Monroe High School grad Teegan Lowe is a member of the Saint Michael’s College women’s skiing team.
In addition, all NWAC championships have been canceled and play will be restricted to regions.
Monroe High School alum Kaitlin Dickinson win’s SPU’s prestigious John Glancy Award.
After witnessing chaotic protests in Seattle, Isaiah Cole organized a peaceful march to denounce racism.
The talented sprinter was the first leader of the school’s student voice focus groups.
Longtime Bearcats assistant Scott Darrow takes over as head coach for the departed Michael Bumpus.
The Athlete of the Week nominees for Feb. 3-9. Voting closes at midnight Sunday. The winner will be announced on next week’s Prep Focus page.… Continue reading
With statewide reclassification looming, Monroe announces its teams will compete in 3A for 2020-24.