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Checking in on recently graduated Stanwood High athletes competing at the next level ...
The first Spartan sporting events of the school year are coming the first week of March. Wesco league athletic directors gave their final approval Wednesday to start high school sports seasons. The seasons for traditional fall sports start Feb. 22 with a week of practices and then five weeks of competitions.
Stanwood High School athletes are returning to fields and courts this week, practicing in small groups, wearing masks and following other safety procedures as they look to shake off rust ahead of a potential season one month from now.
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