Congratulations to our KRKO Radio Russell & Hill Female Athlete of the Year 2020 Lake Stevens wrestler Kiley Hubby. Kiley won her second career wrestling state championship when she pinned her opponent in the 2nd round of the 170 lb title match in the Tacoma Dome in February. She also won a 145 lb state championship as a sophomore in 2018. She also has a second place finish (2019) and a third place finish (2017) during her state career. Hubby is a two-time national runner-up (2018 and 2019) at the Junior and Cadet National Championships held in Fargo, North Dakota. An outstanding overall athlete; Kiley was named 4A Second Team All-State softball catcher while helping to lead Lake Stevens to a 2nd place finish in the 2019 state tournament. Hubby is attending the University of Northern Georgia and playing softball, as well as participating in ROTC. UPDATE: Kiley Hubby recently transferred to Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake where she plans on wrestling and playing softball. Kiley was honored at the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame Induction Banquet on September 22, 2021.
Tom Lafferty is the Sports Director at KRKO/KKXA Radio. He is a member of the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame; the Snohomish High School Hall of Fame; the recipient of the Dave Duvall Award from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association District One and the Joe Martin Award for Service to baseball's Northwest League. Tom Lafferty & Steve Willits are co-hosts of Prep Sports Weekly, Mondays at 7 pm on KRKO.