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After a tumultuous September in which the Tomahawks overcame modest prognostications for their season only to struggle with the heightened expectations, the Tommies have thrown it all out and are just taking the rest of their season one game at a time.
MARYSVILLE The Tomahawk football teams four-game winning streak came to an end in dismal fashion against Cascade.
Tomahawk swimmers thank seniors during their final regular-season home meet
MARYSVILLE With five lanes secured in the state swim meet pool, things are going swimmingly for the Tomahawks.
Back in my own high school days I had very little awareness of the wrestling team. They seemed to occupy a spot in the weight room around the same time basketball season was going on, but I never figured out exactly what they were up to. In fact, until last week Id never attended a wrestling match at all so I had no idea what to expect in my first week of covering the sport.
TULALIP The M-P sophomore team crumbled against the Lady Hawks, falling to Tulalip Heritage by a 5-to-1 margin.
At Snohomish, the Marysville-Pilchuck wrestling team led with two matches left before falling 35-33 to the Panthers at 130 and 135 pounds.
LAKEWOOD The Lakewood wrestling team came out on the winning side of two boy-girl match-ups to rally from an 18-3 deficit to La Conner, winning the Dec. 4 match 47-24.
MARYSVILLE The Lady Tomahawks had three players in double digits in their win over Kamiak, lighting up the scoreboards for a 67-52 win in the non-conference meeting.
ARLINGTON What constitutes a winning Pedal, Paddle, Puff strategy? Practice? Luck? Competitive drive?
New coach should bring tougher defense
Coach Teeter still looking for Cougar leaders
MARYSVILLE After allowing an 11-1 run by Snohomish to open the game, M-P struggled to make a comeback, falling to the Panthers 65-49 in Dec. 7 conference opener.
After an unexpectedly successful season for Lakewood fastpitch in 2007, the largely junior squad returns hoping to capitalize on their late-season surge during their senior campaign.
Despite competing with some of the states best tennis players, Lakewood girls tennis coach Bob Walker is excited about the talent of his team.
In their first outdoor practice of the season, M-P fastpitch coach KT Allyn has her players working on base-running techniques.
Tomahawks make all-league list
While uncertainly often characterizes a transition, M-P soccer coach Geoff Kittle hopes to make his debut go as smoothly as possible.
LAKEWOOD Fifth-year coach Tom OHara seems perfect for the role of a high school wrestling coach his short, stout and tattoo covered muscular body looks intimidating to any outsider.
LAKEWOOD The Lady Cougars basketball team is a quick bunch of teenage girls that works hard and has fun together.