- Thursday, October 17, 2019
Prep Sports Weekly for Thursday, October 17, 2019. We meet the Washington State NASCAR Rookie of the Year Tyson Lang and his parents Naima and Jill. Oh by the way, Tyson is the starting quarterback for the Glacier Peak Grizzlies. On our coaches carousel we hear from Cedarcrest Red Wolves Head Football Coach John Fiala, who is also a former Washington Huskies Linebacker and played in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers and we also hear from James Harmon, Head Football Coach at Meadowdale High School.
- Thursday, October 03, 2019
The Steve Willits Podcast for Thursday, October 3, 2019. Steve talks with Matt Leonard, former Meadowdale head football coach, now coaching at Weiss High School in Pflugerville, Texas; Mason Bridge, OL/DL for the Glacier Peak Grizzlies and Darius Hacking linebacker for the Monroe Bearcats.
- Thursday, September 26, 2019
The Steve Willits Podcast for Thursday, September 26, 2019. Steve chats with Meadowdale Quarterback Hunter Moen; Lake Stevens Runningback Dallas Landeros and Arlington Linebacker Michael Tsoukalas.
- Tuesday, September 03, 2019
Steve Willits Podcast 09-03-19. It's the old and the new of Meadowdale Mavericks Football. Steve talks with Matt Leonard, former Meadowdale head coach, now assistant football and head wrestling coach at Pflugerville, Texas. Then it's the new head coach of the Mavs, James Harmon.
- 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, April 25, 2019
Prep Sports Weekly, Thursday, April 25, 2019. In studio with the Everett Seagulls Golf Team: Coach Darrell Olson and golfers Ronny Kildall, Austin Duffy and Andrew Olson. Then we're in studio with Jackson Boys Soccer. Coach Sarah Smart and players Jake Williams, Adan Fernandez and Justin Huttinger. Finally a phone interview with Meadowdale Softball Coach Dennis Hopkins.
- 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 13, 2019
The Steve Willits Podcast for February 13, 2019. We hear from Snohomish Girls Head Coach Ken Roberts; Kamiak Boys Coach Brandon Corsi; Marysville Pilchuck Boys Coach Bary Gould; Shorecrest Boys Coach Eddie George; Meadowdale Girls Players Alicia Morrison, Kaisha Stark & Fatoumuta Jaiteh and six (count 'em six) Mountlake Terrace Basketball players and coach Nalin Sood.
- Thursday, February 07, 2019
Prep Sports Weekly; Thursday, February 7, 2019. We hear from two coaches that are about to play a 3A District Play-In game: Bobby Hinnenkamp of the Lynnwood Royals and Roger O'Neal of Meadowdale. The girls from Marysville Getchell are in-studio with players Sydney Norton, Kiarra Green, Mikail Montez & Maddy Grandbois; along with coach Shannon Grandbois. We hear about the snowy adventures of the Western Conference and Northwest District scheduling with Robert Polk, athletic director of the Everett School District.
- Thursday, January 31, 2019
Steve Willits Podcast, January 31, 2019. Edmonds-Woodway Boys Basketball Head Coach Robert Brown. Edmonds-Woodway Swimming Coach Nolan Welfringer and swimmer Anthony Edwards. Meadowdale Girls Basketball Players Kaisha Stark, Alicia Morrison, Lilly Williams, Fatoumata Jaiteh. Archbishop Murphy Girls Basketball Player Emily Rodabaugh.