Skagit County high school coaches and athletes got the news they’d feared in the wake of Gov. Jay Inslee canceling the remainder of the school year Monday: spring sports are canceled, too.

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of a half-marathon in Lake Stevens, Grace Visker wondered how she was going to meet her goal of running a half-marathon every month.

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Note: In the two days since this story was written, some state and federal recreational lands have closed. The state Department of Fish & Wildlife and the North Cascades National Park Service Complex closed such facilities as campgrounds, boat ramps, access roads and wildlife areas effec…

Two standouts on the Burlington-Edison boys’ basketball team have been selected to the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association all-state Class 2A team.

After a historic season, La Conner girls’ basketball player Justine Benson was named Northwest 2B/1B League Most Valuable Player.

With the continuing spread of COVID-19, two local high schools made the decision Thursday to postpone the start of their sports seasons.

The Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team’s appearance in the Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament came to an end before it began, as the NWAC canceled the tournament Thursday shortly before the Cardinals’ scheduled tipoff against Highline.

With a healthy roster and a brand-new destination, the Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team is headed — belatedly — to the Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament.

SPOKANE — The Skagit Valley College baseball team scored 13 runs on eight hits and took advantage of four errors Sunday in a 13-3 win over Clackamas.

As the Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team waits to begin play in the Northwest Athletic Conference tournament, its players are collecting honors for their play this season.

The Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team was set to open the Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament against Highline on Saturday in Everett.

The Mount Vernon Christian girls’ basketball team started slowly but ended up right where it needed to be Wednesday night in the Class 1B State Tournament at the Spokane Arena.

BELLINGHAM — The Skagit Valley College baseball team turned in a pair of strong games Sunday to improve to 6-2.

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MOUNT VERNON — Things have both settled down and heated up for the Mount Vernon Christian boys’ basketball team as the Hurricanes look to wade further into the playoffs during an already-historic season.