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SHS football loses a thriller to Monroe

Snohomish lost a football game in overtime to Monroe Friday October 11. READ STORY »

SHS cheer joins Sea Gals in support of Breast Cancer

The SHS cheer team performed at halftime of the Seahawks game in front of over 70,000 people at CenturyLink Field last Sunday. They got this opportunity because the girls submitted an audition tape and were selected based off their dancing ability. READ STORY »

Running Under the Radar: Kyler Sager

Photo by Tanis HendershotThere is a group of guys who can be seen running through Snohomish almost every single day. In the cold or the rain, they still run, hammering down their shoes into the pavement and the puddles as they train, pushing each other, and stopping only for cars. It takes only a look at their strained muscles to see how hard they work. And the guy at the front? That’s Kyler Sager. READ STORY »

JV Girl's Basketball Triumphs over Mount Vernon

Snohomish dominated Mount Vernon in the girls’ Junior Varsity basketball game last Friday.

The game’s final score was 55-23. Nearly tripling their opponent’s score, the game featured both exceptional offense and defense by the lady panthers. READ STORY »

Snohomish Victory 56-43 against Lake Stevens High School

The Snohomish JV Boys Basketball team won against rival school Lake Stevens High School with a score of 56-43. The team maintained a lead throughout the entire game, and kicked it up in the last quarter to win by a sizeable margin.Sophomore Zack Carlson gets instructions from Coach Riedeman during a free throw READ STORY »

Lady Panthers come back to beat Mt. Vernon

The Snohomish Varsity Girl’s Basketball team defeated Mount Vernon High School in a 47-34 game Friday night.   The Panthers had the crowd on their feet and by their side, cheering them on the whole time. READ STORY »

Basketball: JV Boys blow out Bruins

The Snohomish JV Boys Basketball Team shocked Cascade Tuesday night in a blowout 46-24 game at home. Nearly doubling the Cascade Bruins in final points, the Panthers led the game from the first shot, a 3-pointer sunk by junior Zak Carlson, who would go on to lead the Panthers by scoring 13 points. The first quarter largely showcased the Panthers’ distance shooting, which earned the 9 points out of their total 16 for that quarter. READ STORY »

Snohomish girls basketball face a tough loss against Lynnwood High School

Ending with a score of 63-45, the Snohomish girls basketball team suffered a tough loss at last Friday’s game against Lynwood High School. READ STORY »

Boys basketball versus Kamiak

The Snohomish Boys’ Basketball team battled Kamiak High School in a 64-61 game last night with an end result of a close defeat.  It was a nail biting game that left no one seated, and had every Panther fan cheering.

“Kamiak is very fast-pace and we just need to stay with their pace,” said coach Len Bone prior to the game. READ STORY »

Boys Swim Team is back

The swim team is back in the pools and ready to take on the competition.

With the loss of Austin Campbell and Stephen Michel, both 2012 graduates of 2012, Robert Serviss, the swim team coach, says, “We’ll need [the swimmers] to step up to help fill the gaps they left.”

Serviss says we should be watching are Easton Lemos, a junior at SHS, and Ryan Fairhurst, a senior who is also team captain. READ STORY »