MG’s Ciferri and Huffman win matches; M-P baseball and soccer win big (slide show)

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell girls tennis team lost to Lynnwood, but MG’s Marina Ciferri won her match 6-0 and 6-0, and Cortni Huffman won her’s 6-0 and 6-2 March 22.

Marina Ciferri of Marysville Getchell competes in a singles match against Lynnwood.

MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Getchell girls tennis team lost to Lynnwood, but MG’s Marina Ciferri won her match 6-0 and 6-0, and Cortni Huffman won her’s 6-0 and 6-2 March 22.

Ciferri qualified for state last season as Huffman didn’t, but she was close.

“I’m expecting Marina to get back there,” tennis coach Andrew Christopher said. “She’s set that expectation herself.”

Christopher is hoping Huffman can qualify this year as well. She traveled with Ciferri to state last year to see the competition.

“She was excited to see what that looked like last year,” Christopher said. “That gave her confidence.”

MG also returns a strong doubles team with Gabby Grandbois and MaddyJo Larsen, Christopher said.

Everett and Stanwood “had their number” the last couple of seasons and are the teams to beat, Christopher said.

MARYSVILLE — Danny Amador, Zachary Trupe, Siloe Talvan and Ariaan Cardenas scored goals as Marysville-Pilchuck’s boys soccer team shut out Meadowdale 4-0 March 22. M-P’s record is 3-0-1.

EVERETT — The Marysville Getchell girls golf team lost to Everett 271-279 March 23. Abbie Brawn led MG with 47 points.

EVERETT — The Marysville-Pilchuck baseball team defeated Cascade 7-2 March 22. Tristen Southard was three-for-five at the plate with a double, Alex Aumik three-for-four with a double and Kyler Alvis was two-for-four with a double. M-P’s record improved 2-1.

MARYSVILLE — Zach Townsend was two-for-four at the plate, with a triple, a run and an RBI, and teammate Cameron Burns was two-for-four with an RBI and a double in Marysville Getchell’s 13-3 loss to Granite Falls in baseball March 21. MG’s record fell to 0-3.

 

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