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Interview: Jake Straughan, Colton Basketball

Jake Straughan is one of most underrated players in the state of Washington. The 6-foot-1 point guard recently committed to Idaho and could be the best player east of the mountains in the state. Not only has Straughn found success on the court, he's also put forth an admirable effort in the classroom, sporting an […]


Interview: Josh Hawkinson, Shorewood High Forward

6’9” Josh HawkinsonPhoto Credit: The Shorewood High School basketball team was one of the best in all of the WestCo conference last season led by thier star forward, Josh Hawksinson, who averaged 18 PPG. I recently had a chance to catch up with the touted prospect and ask him a few questions about his college […]

Interview: Eric Fiedler, Enumclaw Hornets Head Baseball Coach

The Enumclaw Hornets made the WIAA 3A State Baseball Quarterfinals last year. Now they will try to improve on that mark this seaosn. I had the chance to ask their head coach Eric Fiedler a few questions about his team via email. SeaTown Sports: You have a senior laden roster this season. What is their mindset […]


Interview: Joey Schreiber, Eastside Catholic Basketball

Eastside Catholic’s basketball program is on the rise with the help of new head coach Bill Liley and star player Joey Schreiber. Schreiber is a senior forward who has led this team to an 8-3 overall record. The senior is averaging about 19 points a game, and is a pain to guard downlow. I had […]


Chatting With Seattle’s Basketball Stars At The H206 Classic

SeaTown Sports had the lucky opportunity to cover the Hoops 206 Charity Basketball Classic at Key Arena yesterday. We caught up with a couple of local basketball stars to get their thoughts on the Seattle basketball scene and their glory days in high school. See our short interviews with Rodney Stuckey, Spencer Hawes, Tony Wroten […]


Interview: Marcus Trufant, Seattle Seahawks Cornerback

SeaTown Sports got the opportunity to interview Marcus Trufant after his appearance on Cliqvue’s Sports Talk Show, “Off the Cuff with Moore and Huff.” What follows is a quick conversaition with Trufant about his offseason and a couple of other topics. Read the interview after the jump. SEATOWN SPORTS: When’s the last time you visited […]

Interview: Sekou Wiggs, O’Dea Basketball

Soon to be Senior, Sekou “Suki” Wiggs from O’Dea high school will be one of the top basketball players in the state of Washington next season.  The Fighting Irish finished fourth in the 3A state tournament last March and are looking to win it all next season. We ranked Wiggs No. 19 in our high […]


Interview: Caleb Dressler, Evergreen Basketball

Not all of the basketball talent in Washington resides in the Seattle metro area. Caleb Dressler from Evergreen high school in Vancouver is a prime example of this. Dressler was ranked No. 14 overall in our Washington high school player rankings back in February. He averaged 17 points, 14.5 rebounds, and 2.5 blocks per game […]

Interview: Michael Washington Jr., Oak Harbor Basketball

Michael Washington Jr. will be one of the top basketball players in the state of Washington next season. We ranked him No. 13 on our high school player rankings back in February. Washington averaged 18.2ppg for Oak Harbor high school and currently stars for Friends of Hoop, one of Seattle’s premier AAU programs. We got […]


Interview: Darian Brooks, Kennedy Catholic Track and Field

Darian Brooks currently holds the second best time in the state in the 100 meter dash, clocking in at 10.69 seconds. The Kennedy Catholic senior will be running and jumping for Stanford University next fall. Brooks will be a threat to win the 100 meter dash, long jump, and triple jump at this year’s 3A […]


Interview: Edmonds-Woodway Baseball Stars Austin Jones and Derek Callahan

Ranked No. 6 in the latest Seattle Times high school baseball rankings, the Edmonds-Woodway (12-3) baseball team has its eyes set on a state championship. Seniors Derek Callahan (pictured right) and Austin “Bubba” Jones (pictured left) have both been key to the teams success. Callahan will pitch and play center fielder for Gonzaga next year, […]


Catching Up with Justin Dentmon

I don’t know about you, but sometimes at random times during the day I think of random former husky basketball players. Justin Dentmon left UW two years ago, and a lot of people really don’t know what he’s been up to since. He had a stint in Israel, but now he’s in the D-League trying […]