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3 hrs ago | Bellevue Reporter
The Knights scuffled to an 8-12 overall record, and missed the playoffs after finishing just 4-11 in 4A KingCo play.
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7 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
Last year: Finished 13th in the Northwest Conference with a 0-12 record. ... Ended season after going 0-2 in the Class 1A Northwest District Tournament and finished season 6-16 overall.
Bellingham’s Oscar White holds up the ball and glove after making a diving catch against Ferndale on Tuesday, April 10, 2012, in Ferndale.
Brett Jay, a coach with a successful record in Kennewick, is moving to Monroe and taking the head coach job on the Monroe Bearcat football team.
In the Midwest, the high school baseball season starts in the summer, when there's finally consistent heat.
Jeffrey Meier and players on the boys soccer team from South Whidbey High School practice March 6 at the Sports Complex on Langley Road, a South Whidbey Parks & Recreation District property.
The new strength and conditioning coaches for the Shock, Drew Buchkoski and Raul Vijil , joined SWX to talk about their new charge.
When Dustin Johnson came roaring through the consolation bracket at the 2003 Mat Classic, smart observers knew this South Kitsap athlete was a different kind of cat.
Over the course of Kevin Agnew's three-year tenure at Eastlake High School, the baseball program has steadily built itself into a winning product.
Evergreen Lacrosse Club is the lone girls program in Southwest Washington. It draws players from the four Evergreen Public Schools high schools.
Now that we've had a couple days to recover from the state tournament let's take a brief look back on the three days of 4A/3A games.
The Spartan junior varsity lacrosse team will be the first to see action, with a game against North Kitsap at 5 p.m. Monday, March 10 at Strawberry Field in Poulsbo.
AS SOMEONE RAISED on nearly annual pilgrimages to watch Port Townsend compete in the formerly 16-team Class 1A and 2A tournaments at the Tacoma Dome and Yakima SunDome, I expected to hate the 4-year-old eight-team state tournament, which is called the Hardwood Classic.
We were reminiscing about the golden age of basketball here in Kitsap. Before you start rolling your eyes at those who always point to the past to say things were better, hold on.