In Lakewood High School's first home meet of the cross country season, Lakewood’s Gavin Darrah outran runners from Sehome, Mount Vernon and Ferndale to earn first place. He ran the course in 16:57, which was a personal best.
Building on its first game and victory of the season, Marysville Getchell earned its second win of the season during its Sept. 10 home opener at Quil Ceda Stadium.
A stout defense and more than 350 yards on the ground helped Marysville Pilchuck defeat Shorecrest 52-7 during its season opener on Sept. 3 at Quil Ceda Stadium.
With the prospects of a regularly scheduled season coming up, volleyball teams at high schools in Marysville, Lakewood and Arlington are looking to field experienced, competitive squads this fall.
High schools in Marysville, Arlington and Lakewood are looking to field competitive football teams in their respective conferences for the season that starts Friday.
Alivia White, a Lake Stevens resident who attends Marysville-Pilchuck High School, traveled to Fargo, ND, last week to wrestle girls from across the country in the 2021 USA Wrestling Junior and 16U National Championships.
A Snohomish County soccer team has been growing and thriving since it was founded in 2017. It’s attracted more players eager to compete and the team is currently the Western Washington Premier League champions.
The Wesco Conference announced its all-league teams for the 2020-2021 school year. Due to the pandemic, student athletes competed in shortened seasons that lacked any kind of post-season play. High school athletics returned to competition in early March with the fall sports season and winter…
Taking advantage of warm weather and a delayed season, girls from eight high schools throughout Snohomish County wrestled outdoors June 8 at Marysville-Pilchuck High School’s Quil Ceda Stadium to finish their season.
In its second football game in approximately three years, the Tulalip Heritage Hawks put up a competitive effort against Lummi Nation, but came up short. During a game at the Tulalip Tribes Sports Complex, April 22, the Hawks lost to the Blackhawks 48-40 in an eight-person football game.
Lakewood High School scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to earn its first win of the season. The Cougars defeated Marysville-Pilchuck 9-8 during a game April 19 at Lakewood High School.
The pandemic-affected sports season provided a treat for a small group of seniors who years ago played together on a state championship Little League softball team.
During a track and field season shortened due to the pandemic, athletes competing for Marysville-Pilchuck High School are showing consistent improvement throughout the first several weeks of the season.
Distance runners helped the Arlington High School boys track team come up with the win against Glacier Peak April 8 during the opening competition of the season.
Arlington High School’s football team scored 35 unanswered points in the second half against Mariner High School to win 50-21 on April 1. The win during the season finale pushed the Eagles to 2-3.
One week after the conclusion of a fall sports season, student athletes are returning to baseball diamonds, tracks, tennis courts and golf links to participate in a truncated spring sports season.
In what Arlington girls volleyball head coach Lauren Amundson described as the team’s cleanest, most efficient performance of the season, the Eagles topped Glacier Peak during a home match March 25.
The Lakewood High School girls volleyball team made strides during a match on March 17 against Snohomish’s Glacier Peak High School. Unfortunately, the Cougars came up short against the Grizzlies losing in three straight sets (10-25, 14-25 and 24-26).
Some fans of high school sports can watch home games in-person thanks to pandemic restrictions easing in Washington due to the state entering Phase 3 of its Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery plan.