Gov. Jay Inslee announced on Monday that Pierce County is one of three counties that will move back to Phase 2 of the Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery plan due to an increase in COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations.
Fife high school quarterback Brynna Nixon completes another touchdown pass, this one on her senior night.
Starting Thursday, more spectators will be able to attend youth sports, including high school games.
The cheers and the plays on a football field in Poulsbo had an audience. Not cardboard cutouts like usual, but actual people.
Some districts are able to squeeze a few fans into stadiums for high school football games, while still following the state’s guidelines.
The use of Native American names, symbols and images would be banned from being used as school mascots, logos and team names at most public schools in Washington under a bill passed Tuesday by the state House of Representatives.
Friday night, high school football was back in full-swing in Pierce County as Gig Harbor and Peninsula High School faced off in the Fish Bowl annual rivalry game. But this year's match-up was unlike any other.
A Mt. Si High School senior and freshman stay resilient after a year of lost essential school experiences during the pandemic.
Some local high schools in Washington state could soon be required to change their mascot name as a bill was introduced Friday that would ban public schools from using Native American names, symbols, or images as mascots.
The battle continues over allowing high school sports and balancing public health guidelines.
As fans come to grips with how the Seahawks were bounced from the playoffs, they hope to return to Lumen Field next season, so the team can get back to having the best homefield advantage in the NFL.
Thousands of student-athletes across Washington state woke up Wednesday morning still reeling from the disappointment that their season is postponed.
High school fall sports are being pushed back to a later date - again.
More than 13,000 districts, some of them resource-rich, many of them not, are trying to figure how to safely stage sports for some 8 million participants, nearly all of them minors.
The pandemic halted school athletics earlier this year and parents and students everywhere want to know if this year’s high school football season might also be a bust.