Bothell High principal Bob Stewart (left) hugs head coach Tom Bainter after Bothell won the Class 4A football championship Dec. 6 in the Tacoma Dome. The WIAA agreed to a new three-year contract on Monday to keep the championships in the Tacoma Dome.
Bothell High principal Bob Stewart (left) hugs head coach Tom Bainter after Bothell won the Class 4A football championship Dec. 6 in the Tacoma Dome. The WIAA agreed to a new three-year contract on Monday to keep the championships in the Tacoma Dome. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Bothell High principal Bob Stewart (left) hugs head coach Tom Bainter after Bothell won the Class 4A football championship Dec. 6 in the Tacoma Dome. The WIAA agreed to a new three-year contract on Monday to keep the championships in the Tacoma Dome. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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