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March 23  |  
BOYS | DIVISION I

Lakeside 8, Woodinville 5: (Connor Haney, L, 4 goals, 3 ground balls; Garbriel Pascualy, L, 2 goals, 2 ground balls; Keaton Santi, L, 2 goals, 2 assists, 1 ground ball; Peter Scott, L, 7 saves; Daniel McKee, W, 3 goals, 1 ground ball; Jack Goldman, W, 2 goals, 1 ground ball; Trevor Brown, W, 6 ground balls; laken Alles, 3 ground balls; Dalton Combs, W, 6 saves)

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March 21  |  By David Pan Herald Writer
This year could be a turning point for the Lynnwood boys soccer team.

The Royals return almost the entire core of a team that advanced to the district tournament in 2011.

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March 21  |  
BOYS

Providence Classical Christian 11, Edmonds 1

Caleb Moisant, P, 5 goals, 7 ground balls; Matthew Morris, P, 2 goals; Eric Adair, P, 1 goal, 1 assists, 3 ground balls; Bryce Hummel, P, 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 ground balls; Carsen Peterson, E, 1 goal

Snohomish 23, Skagit Valley 2

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March 16  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald writer
Lake Stevens shortstop Dylan Lavelle is expected to miss 2-4 more weeks after dislocating his non-throwing shoulder nearly two weeks ago, Vikings assistant coach Mike Hodgins said after the Vikings 7-1 victory over the Jackson Timberwolves on Friday.

Lake Stevens beat Jackson 7-1. For the game story, click here.

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March 15  |  
The rain continues to push back most of the spring sports schedule. Here's a list of today's rainouts and makeup dates (if available):

BASEBALL

Edmonds-Woodway at Meadowdale | Rescheduled for Friday, March 16

Lynnwood at Mariner

Bellingham at Granite Falls

Cedarcrest at South Whidbey

Lakewood at Sultan | Rescheduled for Friday, March 16

Archbishop Murphy at Granite Falls

Cascade at Marysville Pilchuck | Rescheduled for Saturday, March 17

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March 14  |  
All of the games listed below are canceled (Makeup dates are listed if available):

BASEBALL

Bishop Blanchet at Kamiak

Stanwood at Meadowdale

Marysville Getchell at Mariner | Rescheduled for Monday, March 19, 4 p.m.

Shorewood at Edmonds-Woodway | Rescheduled for Saturday

Jackson at Snohomish

Cascade at Everett | Rescheduled for Monday, March 19, 4 p.m.

Mount Vernon at Glacier Peak

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March 13  |  
BASEBALL

Bishop Blanchet at Kamiak | Rescheduled for Wednesday, 4 p.m.

Cascade at Everett | Rescheduled for Wednesday, 4 p.m.

Lynnwood at Mariner

Jackson at Stanwood

Arlington at Ferndale | Rescheduled for Wednesday, 4 p.m.

Sehome at Marysville Pilchuck

Edmonds-Woodway at Meadowdale | Rescheduled for Thursday, 4 p.m.

Oak Harbor at Mount Vernon

Port Townsend at Coupeville | Rescheduled for Friday, 4 p.m.

SOFTBALL

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March 12  |  
BASEBALL

Edmonds-Woodway at Meadowdale Rescheduled for Tuesday, 4 p.m.

Bellingham at Granite Falls Rescheduled for Thursday, 4 p.m.

Blaine at Lakewood

Archbishop Murphy at Burlington-Edison

Port Townsend at Coupeville Rescheduled for Tuesday, 4 p.m.

Marysville Getchell at Cascade Rescheduled for Saturday, 1 p.m.

Bishop Blanchet at Kamiak Rescheduled for Tuesday, 3:30 p.m.

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March 9  |  Herald staff
Cascade High School has hired Joe Cronin to be its head football coach.

Everett School District athletic director Robert Polk made the announcment Friday night.

Cronin comes to the Bruins from Lake Stevens High School, where he served as the Vikings' defensive coordinator.

Cronin replaces Nick Clovsky, who resigned in December.

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March 8  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
Mountlake Terrace post Ryan Shannon has been named to the 3A roster for this Saturday's WIBCA All-State game at Curtis High School.

There will be three games, the 1B faces the 2B all-stars at 2 p.m., the 1A faces the 2A at 4 p.m., and the 3A faces the 4A at 6 p.m.

Doors open at 1 p.m. and the cost to attend is $10 per adult and $8 for seniors, high school students and children under 12. WSCA coaches get in free, but most show their WSCA pass for entry.

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March 5  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
State tournament wrap-up: Jackson/Shorecrest girls get fourth, Jason Todd is really good and the media's All-Tournament team

I thought I was done writing about high school basketball this year.

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March 5  |  By Kevin Brown
Matt Chalfant has been hired as the girls basketball coach at Monroe High School.

Chalfant spent the past three seasons as the boys junior-varsity coach at Monroe.

“It's always been a goal of mine to be a head coach and just felt like it was the right timing," Chalfant said of his decision to apply for the job. "I was blessed to work with a great staff on the boys side. (Head coach) Nick Wold and (assistant) Dan Bare have been great mentors to me."

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March 4  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
Of the four Wesco teams that made it to the Hardwood Classic in Tacoma this past weekend, the Jackson and Shorecrest girls earned fourth-place finishes, and the Mountlake Terrace and Jackson boys came up empty-handed.

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March 2  |  
Mountlake Terrace and Jackson boys, and Jackson and Shorecrest girls play in today's consolation bracket

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March 1  |  Herald staff
Stanwood has a new head football coach.

About a month after Aaron Cupp stepped down to leave for Texas, Stanwood hired Doug Trainor as its new head football coach earlier this week, according to The Bellingham Herald.

Trainor spent the past seven seasons coaching the Red Raiders. Bellingham was 27-44 under him, including 18-38 in Northwest League/Conference play. The Red Raiders went 2-8 last season, but were 0-7 in NWC play.

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March 1  |  
Live updates from Tacoma Dome as Mountlake Terrace, Jackson boys and Jackson, Shorecrest girls basketball teams play quarterfinal games.

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February 29  |  Herald staff
There is no offseason for Amy-Eloise Neale.

The Glacier Peak runner recently finished second in the women's mile at the Brooks PR Invitational at Dempsey Indoor Center on the campus of the University of Washington. Neale took finished less than a second behind Hannah Meier, who is from Grosse Pointe South High School in Michigan.

Here's a look at a video from the competition:

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February 27  |  
Who will be the four winners in Thursday's 3A boys state tournament round 1

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February 27  |  
Meadowdale High School recently named Tim Rettmann as the new girls tennis coach after longtime boys and girls tennis coach Mark Schneider resigned due to a move out of the area.

Rettmann previously coached at Pasco and North Central high schools on the eastern side of the state and played tennis for Eastern Washington University from 1986-91.

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February 26  |  By David Krueger Herald Writer
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) held a draw Sunday afternoon at its Renton headquarters to determine the first round of games at Thursday's state championships. The local matchups are:

4A Boys:

Jackson vs. Union at 7:15 p.m.

For a look at the 4A boys bracket, clickhere.

4A Girls:

Mount Rainier vs. Jackson at 10:30 a.m.

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February 25  |  
Live updates from today's games, including Lake Stevens-Skyview, Jackson-Kentwood, Stanwood-Federal Way, Shorecrest-Timberline and Glacier Peak-Lakeside.

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February 24  |  
Updates from tonight's local boys basketball games, including Jackson and Snohomish from Kent-Meridian H.S.

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February 24  |  
The Herald has had the privilege of covering some pretty great boys basketball teams this past winter season, including a few that have been ranked in the top five of the state rankings.

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February 24  |  Herald staff
Meadowdale's Tanner Davenport is taking his game to the next level.

The Mavericks offensive lineman recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play football for Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia.

"(I'm) relieved that this whole process is over," Davenport wrote in a Twitter message to The Herald. "And I'm excited for this opportunity to play at the next level at a great school. Now it's time to get back in the weight room and put in some hard work."

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February 23  |  
Doug Pacey at the Tacoma News Tribune released his latest boys and girls basketball polls just a few days before the regional tournaments get underway.

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February 22  |  
There were plenty of big-time performances on the hardwood this past winter, but a select few separated themselves from the pack. This is The Herald's list of candidates for Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Submit your vote and help us pick All-Area POY. The winner will be decided by fan voting, coach voting and polling of Herald writers.



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February 22  |  Herald staff
It's been a good week for Edmonds-Woodway's Noah Cuzzetto.

And the Washington Interscholastic Athletics Association took notice.

Cuzzetto, who came back in Saturday's 106-pound final to beat Graham Kapowsin's Spencer Schroeder and win his first state championship, was named the WIAA State Athlete of the Week.

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February 21  |  By Aaron Lommers Herald Writer
Two of my least favorite parts of my job are watching a team's season come to an end and watching a senior end his career in a particular sport on a note of defeat.

I witnessed both on Tuesday night for the Lake Stevens boys basketball team.

I want to start by saying congratulations to all the senior ball players at Lake Stevens for a great season and a great team-effort throughout the Vikings playoff run.

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February 21  |  
Submit your vote for which local basketball player had the best season

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February 21  |  
Follow for live updates from Lake Stevens-Bothell boys and Stanwood-Skyline girls

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