I just got word this morning that Stephenie Wheeler-Smith has stepped down as head girls basketball coach at Cleveland High School to pursue an opportunity in the women’s program at the University of Oregon. The Eagles have won the past two Class 3A state championships and three over the last five years under Wheeler-Smith and assistant…More
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With the regular season winding down, I thought I’d devote this edition of Post-Ups to the top-ranked teams in 3A (Cleveland) and 4A (Lynnwood). About time, right? I decided to take the closer look using a Q & A format with each head coach – Stephenie Wheeler-Smith at Cleveland and Everett Edwards at Lynnwood. Some of the questions…More
Brooke Pahukoa, who bounced back from a dislocated finger to lead Lake Stevens to the Class 4A state basketball tournament, has been named Ms. Basketball by the Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association. The award is given to the senior considered the state’s top all-around player, as voted on by the coaches. Jade Redmon, who led Mead to the…More