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The Juanita High School girls basketball team kept rolling Monday night with its fourth win in as many games this season.
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Football It was announced Sunday that the University of Washington will be playing Brigham Young University at the Fight Hunger Bowl in San Francisco with a 6:30 p.m. start on Friday, Dec. 27. The Washington State University Cougars, meanwhile, are going to Albuquerque to play Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 21.
Ferndale coach Mike Ivy called his powerful 5-foot-11 junior post, Linsey Honeycutt, "a real horse, a genuine Clydesdale."
Lynden Christian's Kara Bajema lays in it over Ferndale's Dasia Washington, Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 at Lynden Christian High.
By Jeremy Martin TUKWILA-Trailing by one with 45 seconds remaining in Friday night's boy's basketball match up between Chief Sealth and Foster, the Seahawk's Ahmed Mohamed took a pass in the lane, pivoted towards the rim and knocked in the hoop plus the harm.
By Jeremy Martin TUKWILA-- Opposites clashed Friday night at Foster High School when the up tempo style of Chief Sealth met the deliberate, methodical attack of the Lady Bulldogs.
The two-time defending 3A KingCo tournament champions opened this season with a pasting of conference foe Mount Si, using 23 points from Shelby Cansler and 15 more from Erin McGowan in a 79-23 win.
It was a clash of rivals as two local high schools faced off in their season opener.
The young Marysville-Pilchuck varsity basketball team suffered its first loss of the season against the Arlington Eagles in a 68-42 defeat Dec. 3. The game started competitively but in favor of the Tomahawks.
Blaine's boys' basketball team cruised to an 84-50 victory over Coupeville on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Blaine High School.
The Friday Harbor boys basketball team jumped out to an early lead in a 55-45 start-to-finish victory at home, Saturday, over South Whidbey.
A pump fake by Friday Harbor's Tabatha Keane gets South Whidbey defender Abby Hodson off her feet.
Last year: Finished 4-16 overall last year while posting a 3-9 record in the NWC, good for 10th place.
The Viking defense suffocated the Islanders during the first half, as Mercer Island scored as many points during the first two quarters as Inglemoor scored during the second quarter alone.
The Lake Washington boys basketball team scored 30 third-quarter points Friday in a victory over Interlake, 71-50, in Bellevue.
In a state football championship game with more twists, turns and nail-biting than you can imagine, Chiawana High School was more than ecstatic to see how this one ended.