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3A boys swimming: Meadowdale’s Flynn qualifies for 200 free, 100 butterfly finals at state championships

3A boys swimming: Meadowdale’s Flynn qualifies for 200 free, 100 butterfly finals at state championships

Meadowdale’s Chris Flynn will be competing in a pair of finals at the Class 3A state swimming championship Saturday at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way. In Friday’s preliminaries, Flynn ended up with the fifth fastest time in the 100-yard butterfly and the seventh fastest time in the 200-yard freestyle. He advanced to the finals in both events. Meadowdale’s 200 medley relay team of Ja... »

North Sound SeaWolves form new affiliation with Issaquah Soccer Club, plan to play most games in Issaquah

North Sound SeaWolves form new affiliation with Issaquah Soccer Club, plan to play most games in Issaquah

The North Sound SeaWolves soccer team of the Premier Development League (PDL) has formed an affiliation with the Issaquah Soccer Club and will be playing most of its games in Issaquah for the upcoming season. The possibility remains that the SeaWolves might still play a match or two at Edmonds Stadium, their home over the last two seasons. “I have been working with Jimmy Ball (Director of Coaching... »

Sound Live Sports Network receives national award for SeaWolves’ broadcasts

Sound Live Sports Network receives national award for SeaWolves’ broadcasts

The Edmonds-based Sound Live Sports Network received a national award recently for its broadcast of North Sound SeaWolves FC semi-pro soccer games. The SeaWolves played their 2012 and 2013 Premiere Development League home soccer games at Edmonds District Stadium. This past season, the home games were broadcast online by the Sound Live Sports Network, which also provides live video streaming of hig... »

SeaWolves finish season with loss to Whitecaps

SeaWolves finish season with loss to Whitecaps

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Coming to Edmonds Friday: Your chance to see exciting soccer, vintage VWs on display

Coming to Edmonds Friday: Your chance to see exciting soccer, vintage VWs on display

This Friday night’s North Sound SeaWolves game will feature family fun both on and off the field. Not only will the Edmonds-based SeaWolves meet the Washington Crossfire in both teams’ quest for the Ruffneck Cup, (a competition for bragging rights among Puget Sound-area Premier Development League soccer teams), the Cascade Kombi Club will bring its vintage Volkswagens for a show outsid... »

Meet your North Sound SeaWolves: Bryson Pavel

Meet your North Sound SeaWolves: Bryson Pavel

The North Sound SeaWolves will be playing at 4 p.m. July 4 at Edmonds District Stadium vs. the Sounders U23 team. Note that special summer ticket prices are now in effect: Adults (18 and older) $7, youth (11-17) $3 and children under 10 free. In addition, players will be walking in the Edmonds Fourth of July parade and will be passing out free tickets along the parade route. Here is the latest in ... »

Seawolves lose first-half lead, salvage tie vs. Kitsap

Edmonds—The North Sound Seawolves and Kitsap Pumas were the first teams to be eliminated from playoff contention when the two teams played to a 3-3 tie in North Sound in Premier Development League action on Friday. The Seawolves got off to a quick 2-0 lead with goals from Bradley Jacobsen and Zachary Hammond, both goals coming in the first half. However, after starting Seawolves goaltender Keegan ... »

Meet your North Sound Seawolves: Andres Suazo

Meet your North Sound Seawolves: Andres Suazo

South Snohomish County’s own premier development league soccer team — the North Sound Seawolves — will be at Edmonds District Stadium for a game this Friday, June 28. Note that special summer ticket prices are now in effect: Adults (18 and older) $7, youth (11-17) $3 and children under 10 free. We are presenting the latest in a series of profiles about the players: Name: Andres Suazo Hometown: Bur... »

A sunny evening for SeaWolves soccer

A sunny evening for SeaWolves soccer

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Meet Your North Sound Seawolves: Braxton Griffin

Meet Your North Sound Seawolves: Braxton Griffin

South Snohomish County’s own premier development league soccer team — the North Sound Seawolves — returns home to Edmonds District Stadium for a game this Friday, June 21. Note that special summer ticket prices are now in effect: Adults (18 and older) $7, youth (11-17) $3 and children under 10 free. We are presenting the latest in a series of profiles about the players: Name: Braxton Griffin Age: ... »

Late goal lifts Whitecaps over North Sound SeaWolves

Late goal lifts Whitecaps over North Sound SeaWolves

A heart-breaking goal in extra time of the second half by Michael Winter gave the Vancouver Whitecaps a 3-2 victory over the North Sound SeaWolves in a Premier Development League game Friday night at Edmonds Stadium. The loss was the fourth in a row for the SeaWolves, who dropped to 0-5-1. Vancouver improved to 4-3. “It’s unfortunate,” SeaWolves coach Ed Moore said. “For long stretches we had them... »

Second-half goal gives Sounders win over SeaWolves

Sumner, Wash. — A goal in the 68th minute by Blake Wise was the difference-maker as the North Sound SeaWolves dropped their third match in a row, losing to the Seattle Sounders U-23 team 1-0 in front of 226 fans Wednesday at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner. The loss drops the SeaWolves to 0-4-1 in the Premier Development League while the Sounders improved to 3-2-1 with their third win in a row... »

SeaWolves to meet Sounders Wednesday in fourth road game in a row

SeaWolves to meet Sounders Wednesday in fourth road game in a row

The North Sound SeaWolves will try to earn their first win of the Premier Development League season when they meet the Seattle Sounders U-23 team at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner. The game is the fourth road game in a row for the SeaWolves (0-3-1), who play six of their first eight matches away from Edmonds Stadium. “This is a big week,” SeaWolves coach Ed Moore said. “We ne... »

Meet your North Sound SeaWolves: Taylor Peay

Meet your North Sound SeaWolves: Taylor Peay

South Snohomish County’s own premier development league soccer team — the North Sound SeaWolves — is on the road but will return to Edmonds for a home game on Friday, June 7. We are presenting the third in a series of profiles about the players: Taylor Peay Age: 21 Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah Position: Defender College: University of Washington, junior 2012 club team: Seattle Sounders U-23 Fami... »

Road-weary SeaWolves lose to Timbers, 2-0

Road-weary SeaWolves lose to Timbers, 2-0

Playing their third game in a row on the road, the North Sound SeaWolves got a strong performance in goal by Keegan Rogers but struggled to generate enough offense, losing to the Portland Timbers U-23s 2-0 in front of 5,897 fans Friday afternoon at JELD-WEN Field. The crowd was the largest in the Premier Development League this season, beating Fresno’s crowd of 4,617 on May 9. “It was an amazing a... »

Meet your North Sound SeaWolves: Zachary Hamer

South Snohomish County’s own premier development league soccer team — the North Sound Seawolves — is on the road but will return to Edmonds for a home game on Friday, June 7. We are presenting the second in a series of profiles about the players: Zachary Hamer Hometown: Spokane, WA Age: 20 Position: Midfield College: Gonzaga University, sophomore, Human Physiology Family: Parents Lonnie and Jan. B... »

SeaWolves end Canada trip with loss at Whitecaps

SeaWolves end Canada trip with loss at Whitecaps

The North Sound SeaWolves trailed early and never were able to recover, losing a Premier Development League Northwest Division match 5-1 to the Vancouver Whitecaps U-23 Sunday at UBC Thunderbird Stadium. The SeaWolves, who tied first-place Victoria Saturday, fell to 0-2-1. Vancouver improved to 2-2. “It was obviously a disappointing match,” SeaWolves coach Ed Moore said. “Vancouver attacked strong... »

Ribbon cut for North Sound SeaWolves

Ribbon cut for North Sound SeaWolves

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North Sound SeaWolves fall to Portland Timbers in season opener

North Sound SeaWolves fall to Portland Timbers in season opener

By Mike Allende Two first-half goals were too much to overcome as the North Sound SeaWolves fell to the Portland Timbers U-23 team 2-1 in a Premier Development League match in front of 1,296 fans Saturday afternoon at Edmonds Stadium. Clark Phillips scored in the 11th and 16th minutes for Portland (2-0). David Durant scored in the 69th minute for the SeaWolves. “It’s a good starting point for us,”... »

SeaWolves FC home games to be broadcast live via My Edmonds News

SeaWolves FC home games to be broadcast live via My Edmonds News

A year ago, the North Sound SeaWolves FC was one of a handful of Premier Development League teams that offered a live blog of their matches. In 2013, the team has taken it to another level. The Edmonds-based SeaWolves will be one of just a few PDL teams that will offer a live videostream all of their home games online to anyone with a computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone. The team is partnering... »

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