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MARYSVILLE A favorite exercise of the Marysville Knights juniors and seniors football squad is a more physical version of the childhood playground game, Red Rover.
Volleyball players/teams wanted
MARYSVILLE About 70 students took advantage of the Marysville sports physical Aug. 14, raising $2,800 for M-Ps Scholar Athlete honorees from the Class of 2008.
Although fall sports practices are in full swing, one team of M-P students is working hard, hoping to spend as little time as possible on the playing field.
MARYSVILLE Galdes Gang made local sports history Aug. 14 when six runs gave them the first-ever city kickball championship.
MARYSVILLE New M-P coach Brandon Carson was all business as he put his players to work on their first day of football practice Aug. 15.
Like a lot of members of the Lakewood football team, Dan Teeter has a page on MySpace.com.
ARLINGTON — As temperatures climbed into the upper 80s over the weekend and heat advisories made news, north county residents sought relief in the area’s waters.
When John Scalf tells his granddaughter about the big fish that almost got away, she’ll have to believe him.
MARYSVILLE — Olympic fever must have been running high. For the second week in a row, turnout at Marysville’s all-comers track meet hovered around 100 participants.
ARLINGTON — As light heavyweight Tony Quincy posed on stage, sweat ran down his chest.
MARYSVILLE — Forget Armani and Vera Wang.
MARYSVILLE — The weather looked bleak for the rest of the weekend, as Thursday heralded stormy skies and puddle-filled fields.
VANCOUVER — By the end of Stilly Valley all-stars’ run as Team Washington, manager Brian Fields had little left to say.
KIRKLAND — The Stilly Valley minors bounced back from a tough second-round loss to cream Lake Spokane 13-0.
After placing third in the Strawberry Tournament last year, the dreams of Walker’s Coffee Company to vie for the championship fell one run short to the Stilly Valley Falcons.
MARYSVILLE — Bats erupted in the Strawberry Tournament as Bruce and Becky’s Interiors won a June 6 slugfest to stay perfect in their third tourney game.
As the school year winds down, summer sports opportunities are rising with the mercury in the thermometers.
MARYSVILLE — By going 1-2 in the pole vault at the Tomahawk Classic — again — seniors Robin Mueller and Michaela Caldwell continued a peculiar rivalry.
EVERETT — After defeating Snohomish in front of a home crowd April 7, the Tomahawk soccer team was poised to take control of the league with a win over Everett two nights later.