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Snohomish-Glacier Peak volleyball ends with a loss

The dynamic rivalry between the girls’ volleyball teams of Snohomish, and Glacier Peak high school was conclusively settled at last night’s volleyball game. Despite both hosting the game, and attracting close to 50 student fans, the SHS volleyball team was unable to pull through. Ending with a score of 1-3 Glacier Peak, both teams team are already looking forward to a prompt rematch.

As an immense rivalry game, no one on the SHS volleyball team took this game more serious than the team captains. READ STORY »

Alumni, Jones, goes pro

Derek Jones, 2009 graduate of SHS, was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in the eighth round as the 258th overall pick. Jones has been playing at Washington State University for the past four years and will be on his way to Colorado very soon.

As a star player at SHS, he led the Panthers to a 2008 state championship. Making a difference for Snohomish and Washington State, Jones is sure to do the same for the Rockies.  As a senior, he led the team with a 3.35 batting average, 17 doubles, three triples and nine home runs. READ STORY »

Football camp is fast approaching

The vast open football field can seem intimidating for most people who are standing on its green grass-like turf.

Luckily, the football players are already experienced with this, facing it every football game that they play. Students who believe they have what it takes to be a football player can come out on June 10 – 12, seeing if they have what it takes. READ STORY »

Girl's prepare for fall volleyball

With the volleyball season rapidly approaching many girls that are trying out are starting to feel the nerves sink in. Although excited, there is more pressure on the ladies than there was in the past years. After having many seniors graduated within the last two years, the SHS volleyball team is hoping to have a game changing year. READ STORY »

Track and Field competitors take their shot at the state competition

Six track and field student athletes from SHS will be competing in the Washington State 4A Track and Field meet beginning today.

Last weekend, Senior Leiran Cornish took first in the 400 meter finals.

Last year, Cornish placed eighth in the 400, but experts have her taking home the title this year.  However winning is not Cornish’s main focus. “It’s always nice to win but I run to keep healthy,” stated Cornish. READ STORY »

Girl's summer basketball prepares players for regular season

Girls summer basketball is starting up for another year at SHS. There will be no try outs, all the girls who played basketball during fall for SHS can come and participate in the summer basketball season with the new incoming freshman who would like to play for SHS. READ STORY »

New aquatic center to be built in place of the MAC

This summer the Maple Avenue Campus will be demolished to begin construction of the new Snohomish Aquatic Center.

The $21 million recreation center, designed by Dull Olson Weekes Architects will accommodate multiple pools, including a wave pool, a learn-to-swim area, and hot tubs.

The aquatic center will be open to water aerobics sessions and public recreation; it will also have a 10-lane pool for competitions. The fact the pool is inside helps competitive swimmers with the anti-glare. READ STORY »

Senior Reilly Cross candidate for soccer player of the year

Getting Soccer Player of the year shows dedication on and off the field. It means they are a team player and don’t expect to be recognized, they just live for the sport. This year one candidate is Senior Reilly Cross. READ STORY »

Girls Varsity Softball makes it to State

After losing Tuesday night’s away game the girls softball team is now taking the long route to State. READ STORY »

Soccer ends season with 1-2 loss

The SHS boys soccer team suffered a tough loss to Bellarmine Prep at last night’s playoff game.  Despite Junior Juan Machuca-Garin’s goal, and excruciatingly hard work by the team, the boys were unfortunately unable to pull through, and lost 1-2. READ STORY »