Congratulations to our KRKO Russell & Hill Female Student Athlete for the Month of November 2021, Snohomish sophomore swimmer Mary Clarke. Mary won the Class 3A State Championship in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 23.51, held at the Weyerhaueser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. She also took second place at the state meet in the 100-yard freestyle; missing the state title by a mere .04 seconds; with a time of 51.19. The Snohomish Panthers took 12th place as a team. Clarke led Snohomish to a District One championship the week before and set meet records... Read More.
Prep Sports Weekly for Monday, February 21, 2022. We hear from a pair of wrestling state champions from Glacier Peak High School. Winning the 4A state title at 220 was senior Jacob Erickson and winning the girls' 125 state championship was sophomore Karianne Baldwin; they were joined by Grizzlies' boys wrestling coach Bryan Mossburg. We chat with two coaches that are taking their teams to the State Basketball Regionals this week; first, it's Eddie George of the Shorecrest Scots boys team and then Ebany Herd of the Archbishop Murphy girls team.
It's the Girls 4A Wes-King Bi-District Basketball Tournament Semi-Finals between the Eastlake Wolves of the Kingco League and the Lake Stevens Vikings of the Western Conference. Tuesday, February 15, 2022; Tom Lafferty and former Everett Coach Darrell Olson on the call. Our KRKO Allstate Good Hands Player of the Game was Lake Stevens senior guard Baylor Thomas; she had 19 points (18 in the second half, including 3 three-pointers in the third quarter) to lead the Vikings to a 48-46 win over Eastlake. Lake Stevens advances to the District Championship game and has punched... Read More.
Prep Sports Weekly for Monday, February 14, 2022. We start with a preview of upcoming district basketball tournaments, and feature a short interview with our KRKO Allstate Insurance Good Hands Player of the Game from last week, Bothell's Miroslav Pavlenko. Then it's Bothell's next opponent, Glacier Peak and their boys basketball coach Brian Hunter. We're joined by Everett Herald prep writers Cameron Van Til and Zac Hereth with a preview of this weekend's wrestling and swimming state championships; and finally a talk with Stanwood girls head basketball coach Alex Iverson along with senior Ava... Read More.
The start of the high school basketball post-season. Game B of the 2022 Boys 4A Wes-King Bi-District Basketball Tournament as the Bothell Cougars travel to meet the Lake Stevens Vikings on Thursday, February 10, 2022. Tom Lafferty and former Stanwood coach Zach Ward have the call. Our KRKO Allstate Good Hands Player of the Game was Bothell post player Miroslav Pavlenko; he had 22 points in Bothell's 64-60 loser out win over Lake Stevens.
Prep Sports Weekly for Monday, February 7, 2022; and it's an all basketball edition. Starting with Lynnwood Royals Girls Basketball Head Coach Eddie McFerrin and players Mataya Canda, Kayla Lorenz and Aniya Hooker; then it's Arlington Eagles Girls Basketball and their Head Coach Joe Marsh along with our KRKO Russell & Hill Female Student Athlete of the Month, senior Keira Marsh; she's joined by her teammate Jenna Villa. Our Russell & Hill Male Student Athlete of the Month Mariner basketball player Tijan Saine, joined by Head Coach Tevin Dillon. We wrap up with Lake... Read More.
Complete game broadcast of the Western Conference 4A Girls Basketball match-up between the Glacier Peak Grizzlies and the Jackson Timberwolves, played on Tuesday, February 1, 2022. Tom Lafferty and Joel Boyer have the call. Our KRKO Allstate Good Hands Player of the Game was Glacier Peak senior guard Hailey Stevenson. Glacier Peak defeated Jackson 42-25.
Prep Sports Weekly for Monday, January 31, 2022. We wrap up the month with three basketball coaches and a baseball umpire. First we hear from Henry VonJouanne of the Northwest Baseball Umpires Association as he talks about a big umpire training event being held on Saturday at Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium. Then it's all basketball with Lakewood Head Boys Basketball Coach Anthony Wiederkehr talking about the Cougars; Marysville Pilchuck Head Boys Basketball Coach Luke Carpenter talking about the Tomahawks and finally, Kamiak Head Girls Basketball Coach May Tupua and players Bella Hasan... Read More.
Our KRKO Russell & Hill Female Student Athlete of the Month of October 2021 is Lake Stevens senior volleyball player Anna Schroedl. The Outside Hitter was Co-Captain of the Lake Stevens team that finished the regular season undefeated (9-0) and ranked #1 in the state; the Vikings finished 7th at the 2021 State Tournament (19-2) at the Yakima Valley Sundome. Anna’s season long stats were impressive with 2.5 kills per set; 1.4 digs; .4 aces and .2 blocks per set. Lake Stevens Head Volleyball Coach is Kyle Hoglund.
Our KRKO Russell & Hill Male Student Athlete of the Month of October 2021 is Arlington senior football player Trent Nobach. Trent led the Eagles to their first state playoff appearance since 2012 (a 38-24 loss to Mount Spokane in the 3A Regionals). He threw for 2,593 yards, 31 touchdowns and just 9 interceptions while completing 69.9% of his passes. Nobach is carrying a 3.9 Grade Point Average at Arlington High School and has committed to play football next season at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. Head Football Coach at Arlington High School is Greg Dailer.
Western Conference 3A High School Boys Basketball Game; the Snohomish Panthers travel to meet the Marysville Getchell Chargers, Thursday, January 27, 2022 live from the Marysville Getchell High School Gymnasium. Tom Lafferty and former Everett Coach Darrell Olson on the call. Our KRKO Allstate Insurance Good Hands Players of the Game was Getchell freshman guard Arion "Bubba" Palacol who had 36 points leading the Chargers to a 55-49 win over Snohomish.
The Snohomish County Sports Commission has announced that nominations for the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame 2022 Induction Class will open February 1st. The deadline for the 2022 nominations is Saturday, March 5, 2022. “After pausing nominations in 2021 to recognize the 2020 Induction Class. We are excited to be again accepting nominations from the public for 2022,” said Tammy Dunn, Executive Director of the Snohomish County Sports Commission. The Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame exists to recognize and honor athletes, coaches, teams and/or sports contributors, who have distinguished themselves in their sport or vocation on the state, national... Read More.