Brandon Adam

Marysville-Pilchuck fights to the end in loser-out game

EVERETT — Down 22-8 in the second quarter, the Tomahawks kept fighting, and that’s all Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball coach Bary Gould wanted. “They came out… Continue reading

 

Lady Hawks advance in 1B district tournament

TULALIP —The Tulalip Heritage girls basketball team put away Grace Academy in its first 1B district games 66-35 Feb. 7. Most of the damage dealt… Continue reading

 

Lady Chargers beat by Lynnwood

MARYSVILLE — Though the Marysville Getchell girls basketball team was bested by the No. 1 Lynnwood 57-47 Feb. 1 in a Wesco 3A league game,… Continue reading

 

Second-half rally surges Eagles over Thunderbirds in basketball

ARLINGTON — It started tough for Arlington, but the boys basketball team eventually rallied big in the second half to defeat Shorewood 83-73 Jan. 31… Continue reading

Lakewood ends district drought

The Cougars were in a first-quarter jam until freshman Alex Jensen happened. The Lakewood boys basketball team started out trailing Blaine in the opening quarter,… Continue reading

M-P’s Battle shines in second half

MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck sophomore Raequan Battle admits he wasn’t feeling like himself in the first half, but it didn’t matter as he was lights-out in… Continue reading

Hawks take down Lobos 60-39

TULALIP — The Tulalip Heritage boys basketball team appears to be coming into its own after putting together its third-consecutive win, defeating Lopez Island 60-39… Continue reading

Lady Tomahawks drop game to Everett (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — After an explosive start to the second half, it seemed like the Marysville-Pilchuck girls basketball team might get its first win of the… Continue reading

Tomahawks outgunned by Scots

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck boys basketball team hung tough against Shorecrest Jan. 10. The Tomahawks were out-sized against the Scots, but some defensive trickery and… Continue reading

Cougars fall prey to Tigers

LAKEWOOD — Lakewood girls basketball coach Chris Walster knew the Cougars were in for a tough season entering the 2A Northwest Conference. “Compared to the… Continue reading

Eagles best Chargers on the court

MARYSVILLE — The Arlington Eagles outlasted the Marysville Getchell Chargers 82-58 after an intense first half Jan. 3 in a 3A Wesco league game. “They… Continue reading

Tulalip Heritage beats Grace Academy

TULALIP — With Adiyah Jones graduated, the Tulalip Heritage High School girls basketball team has been “forced” to stretch its talent. “I force them to… Continue reading

Chargers lose to Squalicum

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell boys basketball team showed some weaknesses as it was routed 81-39 by Squalicum Dec. 21, but freshman Cameron Stordahl’s 3-ball… Continue reading

MG senior shaped into leader on team

MARYSVILLE — Gabrielle “Gabby” Grandbois, sister, daughter and basketball player has earned her spot as a leader for Marysville Getchell’s girls basketball team. The senior… Continue reading

Marysville girls teams lose in basketball

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville-Pilchuck girls basketball team lost to Edmonds-Woodway 61-17 Dec. 14 in a 3A league game. Mackenzie Connelly led M-P with six points.… Continue reading

Raequan battles adversity on, off the court

MARYSVILLE — Two games into the season, Marysville-Pilchuck sophomore Raequan Battle is already reaping the benefits of his hard work. “He’s obviously a very special… Continue reading

It’s jail and trail for M’ville

MARYSVILLE – It’s not trail vs. jail. It’s jail and trail. The Marysville City Council emphasized that at its meeting this week. The council decided… Continue reading

Abby Magee: proud to represent M-P one last time

MARYSVILLE — Marysville-Pilchuck senior Abby Magee has left a mark at her soon-to-be Alma mater. “She basically has the schedule of a college student,” swim… Continue reading

Former gymnasts flourishing in the dives

MARYSVILLE — A broken back isn’t an injury many can walk away from. Some can’t at all. Marysville Getchell sophomore Lexi Kilbourn lucked out when… Continue reading

Former gymnasts flourishing in the dives

MARYSVILLE — A broken back isn't an injury many can walk away from. Some can't at all.