Prep Sports Weekly for May 10, 2021 had us saying goodbye to the Spring Sports season and hello to Winter sports (as crazy as that sounds).  Our first two segments reviewed seasons that just concluded and the final two segments for basketball previews.

Arlington multi sport athlete junior, Trent Nobach joined the show to talk about his stellar golf season.  Trent finished the season as the top Wesco golfer and his Eagles team finished 1st in the Wesco North Division.  We also discussed the broken collarbone injury that prematurely ended his football season, his upcoming basketball season and his college football prospects.

Monroe Bearcats Baseball Head Coach Eric Chartrand was our guest during the 2nd segment.  The Bearcats varsity and junior varsity teams both finished the season with 12-1 records and are poised to have another big season in 2022.

Marysville Pilchuck Boys Basketball Head Coach Bary Gould and Assistant Coach Luke Carpenter joined the show for Segment 3.  Bary is entering his 16th and final season as the Head Coach as he will be resigning in June to move to Texas to be closer to family.  Luke has already been hired to be his replacement starting this Fall.

Archbishop Murphy 1st year Girls Basketball Head Coach Ebany Herd was on during our final segment to talk about her background and thoughts about the upcoming season.

 

Arlington multi sport athlete Trent Nobach.

 

Monroe High School Boys Baseball Head Coach Eric Chartrand.

 

Marysville Pilchuck Boys Basketball Coaches (L to R): Freshman Coach Jeremiah Ripley, Varsity Coach Bary Gould and JV Coach Luke Carpenter.

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, Thursdays at 7 pm on KRKO.