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3 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Mount Baker head coach Ron Lepper watches as his team fails to make a first down.
Could you survive the end of civilization?
Should sexual orientation be a protected class (like race and gender) to prevent discrimination?
14 hrs ago | Viewing Feed
Ballard High School's wrestling team competed against seven other high schools in the Chief Sealth Invitational wrestling tournament this past Friday in West Seattle and came away with their first meet win in over a decade.
14 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Ready to jump in to basketball season? I'm ready. The end of football season was a lot of fun, but I'm excited to trade the cold fields for the warm gyms.
15 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Bellevue has completed another undefeated season, and has a sixth straight state title.
Last year: Struggled last year and finished with a 1-19 record overall, and a 0-12 record in the NWC.
Bellingham High School's Charlie Sherman throws La Conner's Joshua Summers to the mat during the George Yonlick Invitational Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, in Bellingham.
Lynden was never concerned when backup quarterback Sterling Somers was forced to replace injured starter Lucas Petersen halfway through the season.
It wasn't easy in 13-degree weather, but Walter Payton Award finalist Vernon Adams and running back Quincy Forte found a way.
Tumwater running back Christian Cummings drags a Prosser defender during Saturday's semifinal matchup at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
Boys swim and dive season kicks off with the first dual meets this week for Tahoma, Kentwood and Kentlake in the South Puget Sound League North .
To Tumwater High School football coach Sid Otton, a win Saturday against Lynden at the Tacoma Dome would give him seven state titles.
The Storm's Cole Welch scored an 8-0 decision over Stanwood's Blaine Halvorson for one of his team's two wins.
With a slew of top returners and a handful of new members of the team, the Lindbergh Swim Team is looking to at least try and repeat last year's third-place finish in the league, second-place finish at districts and 14th place finish at the state meet.
Andy Madsen and Kyrell Broyles, both seniors, tussle in the South Whidbey High School mat room.
Wagner, who was also selected to the SPSL 3A first team, helped the Lions to a state berth this season.
Listed at 5-foot-10 and 170 pounds, Easton Trakel doesn't wow you with his size and stature, but that doesn't mean the recently turned 16-year-old hasn't produced jaw-dropping moments for Tumwater High School.