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Inglemoor’s Quinn McCloskey swims his way to victory in the 500 free in 4:59.57 against Lake Washington on Jan. 10 at Juanita Pool. Inglemoor’s Noah… Continue reading
Bothell’s Griffes runs and visits the sites in each U.S. state.
North Creek’s Daniel Da won the 200 individual medley in 2:13.23 during the Jaguars’ 92-84 win over Bothell on Jan. 10 at Juanita Pool. Andy… Continue reading
Staff report Inglemoor’s boys basketball squad continues to roll with a 6-1 record to lead the 4A KingCo Crown Division after beating Newport, 84-52, on… Continue reading
Construction underway in Inglewood
Inglemoor football player is a second-team offense selection.
Bothell’s Providence Classical Christian School in the spotlight
Dang and Stride are set for college competition
Bothell’s Stone trains for Spartan races in local forest.
Athletic success is a staple of the local community.
North Creek libero Alisa Kim, left, and outside hitter Gabby Kepley, far right, were named to the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association class 4A first-team… Continue reading
North Creek’s Kendrick is gunning to return to state.
Spotlight on Kenmore and Bothell basketball squads.
Bothell’s Myles Phillips, left, drives up court while Newport’s Baha Cho follows during a 4A KingCo matchup on Dec. 4 at Bothell High. Newport won,… Continue reading
From left to right, North Creek High’s Gabrielle Dang (UCLA swimming), Caitlin Monten (Master’s University basketball), Gabby Kepley (Western Washington University volleyball), Alisa Kim (Gonzaga… Continue reading
A plethora of Cedar Park Christian football players were selected to the 2018 North Sound Conference all-league teams. Running back Zach Wilkins was the offensive… Continue reading
A plethora of Bothell, Inglemoor and North Creek football players earned 4A KingCo Crown all-league awards for their play on the gridiron during the 2018… Continue reading
Mixed doubles squad features Bothell residents.
Jaguars ‘were very persistent all the way through.’