- Thursday, June 04, 2020
The final edition of Prep Sports Weekly for 2020. Thursday, June 4, 2020. We hear from the Executive Director of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association Mick Hoffman; the Athletic Director of Snohomish High School Mark Perry and the Athletic Director of the Everett School District Robert Polk.
- Thursday, February 13, 2020
This week: Roger O'Neill; Head Coach for the Meadowdale Mavericks boys basketball team. Head Coach Cam Ross and players Brevin Ross, Bashaun Williams and Aden Requa of the Darrington Loggers boys basketball. Head Coach Brian Hunter and players Caleb Lee and Tucker Molina from the Glacier Peak boys basketball team. Tevin Dillon; Head Coach for the Mariner Marauders boys basketball team.
- Thursday, January 23, 2020
We set a record on this week's Prep Sports Weekly for Thursday, January 23, 2020. First, we learn about the newly-configured Western Conference with Snohomish Athletic Director Mark Perry. Then we meet the Shorecrest Scots Girls Basketball team; the Mariner Marauders Boys Basketball team; and finally, live from the Bowlero in Lynnwood, the Jackson Girls Bowling team and the Cascade Girls Bowling team. That's 23 guests (a new PSW record!)
- Friday, January 03, 2020
The Steve Willits Podcast, January 3, 2020. Steve talks with Everett Boys Head Coach Bobby Thompson; Marysville Getchell Boys Head Coach Corby Schuh and Mariner Boys Head Coach Tevin Dillon.
- Thursday, September 26, 2019
Prep Sports Weekly for Thursday, September 26, 2019. We catch up with head coach Brandon Carson of the Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawks; and he brought four players in-studio: Dillon Kuk, Jordan Justice, Zion Bartelho and Justin Albee. Participants on our Coach's Carousel are Mark Stewart of Mariner, Nic Vasilchek of Mount Vernon and Brandon Davis of Granite Falls.
- Tuesday, September 03, 2019
For more than a half century, KRKO Radio has broadcast the finest in Snohomish County High School Football. The tradition continues in 2019 with Tom Lafferty and Steve Willits anchoring the coverage under The Friday Night Lights. Former Kamiak Coach Dan Mack; former Jackson Coach Joel Vincent and former Jackson & Washington Husky Craig Chambers will rotate into the analysts chair each week. Tune into AM 1380; FM 95.3 and streaming live at www.krko.com. Click the above title to get the full schedule.
- Thursday, February 21, 2019
Prep Sports Weekly, February 21, 2019. Eight head basketball coaches that are playing in this weekend's regionals. (The other 8 coaches can be found on The Steve Willits Podcast) Featured here are: Joe Kinch of Kelso Boys Basketball; Cassie Snyder of Archbishop Murphy Girls; Brian Hunter of Glacier Peak Boys; King's Coaches Rick Skeen (Boys) and Dan Taylor (Girls); Eddie George of Shorecrest Boys; Tevin Dillon of Mariner Boys; Arie Mahler of Meadowdale Girls.
- Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Steve Willits Podcast, February 20, 2019. From Edmonds-Woodway Girls Basketball: Coach Jon Rasmussen and players Rebekah Dasalla-Good and Adrienne Poling. From Shorecrest Boys Basketball: Coach Eddie George and player Antonio Stillwell. From Mariner Boys Basketball: Coach Tevin Dillon and players Eddie Bouah and Simon Fanuel.
- Thursday, January 24, 2019
Prep Sports Weekly, Thursday, January 24, 2019. We hear from Lynnwood Basketball Legend Mikayla Pivec, fresh off her flight from Corvallis to Seattle, for the Oregon State Beavers game against the Washington Huskies in PAC-12 Womens Basketball action. Also Nick Amrine, head girls basketball coach at Stanwood High School. Our in-studio guests are Mariner boys basketball coach Tevin Dillon and players Edwin Bouah and Christopher Hendrickson.
- Friday, January 18, 2019
On this week's Steve Willits Podcast (1/17/19) it's Mariner basketball player Edwin Bouah and Mariner basketball Coach Tevin Dillon; Mountlake Terrace basketball players Mason Christianson, Jesse James Martineau and Jeffrey Anyimah; plus Cameron Van Til of the Everett Herald; Marysville Pilchuck basketball's RaeQuan Battle and Luke Dobler, Head Coach Bary Gould; plus former player, 2018 alum Josiah Gould.