Sports

M-P tames Wildcats

OAK HARBOR By a 2-1 score, the Tomahawk soccer team closed their regular season with a win, but the boys still walked out of Wildcat Memorial Stadium with heavy hearts, after learning their first-ever league championship would have to wait for another year.

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Tommies win North-South meet

MARYSVILLE Senior pole vaulter Robin Mueller broke a school record while other Tomahawk athletes tried to keep their seasons alive at the North-South Duel and freshman championships.

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M-P topples Monroe, Cascade

MARYSVILLE In back-to-back games, the M-P fastpitch team enjoyed victories over likely playoff teams and boosted the case for a postseason berth of its own.

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Riozzi talks about her love of soccer

When Kassandra Riozzi was about four years old, she fell in love with soccer. Its the only sport I ever played, she said.

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Tomahawks clean up

The Marysville Football Club received a $1,000 check from the Marysville Rotary Club for the players participation in the 88th Street clean-up

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Sox to vie for Strawberry Tournament title

MARYSVILLE For three innings, the La Hacienda Sox of Marysville Little League looked not only on their way to defeating the Longshoremen of North Everett, but on their way to a perfect game as well.

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Tomahawks aspire to first-ever postseason

The girls have set a goal to make the playoffs this year, said M-P soccer coach Geoff Kittle.

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KILLER INSTINCT

M-P outside hitter Kristeen Juarez in attack mode/b>

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Cougar spikers honor past, look forward

Girls remember volleyball standout Karlie Kaska who was killed in crash

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Plenty of hope for Lakewood, despite loss

LAKEWOOD Utilizing 24 players with 20 boys out for either injury or eligibility issues, the Lakewood Cougars put up an excellent fight against Lynden Christian, falling 25-14. The Aug. 31 game took place under the lights of Cougar Stadium as the home team showed theyre going to be tough all season.

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Revamped Tomahawks drop opener against Wildcats

MARYSVILLE The Tomahawk faithful turned out in droves to watch M-P football open their season, Aug. 31, against defending state champion Oak Harbor.

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Veteran core returns to lead Lakewood track

Five consecutive state appearances for the Lakewood soccer team, five consecutive years of participation by Brazilian foreign exchange students. Coincidence?

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Cougar soccer seeks sixth straight state run

Five consecutive state appearances for the Lakewood soccer team, five consecutive years of participation by Brazilian foreign exchange students. Coincidence?

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SPORTS SCAN

Area soccer team wins

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Veteran Lakewood team returns for another season

Lakewood baseball has one undeniable strength going into the spring season.

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Its back: Tomahawk track

Despite graduating some talented seniors, the M-P track and field team returns several state veterans hoping to lead the Tomahawks on another late-season run.

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Hard work to define M-P baseball

When M-P pitcher Frankie Nelson said his team is going to make its mark this season by playing dirty, he wasnt talking about throwing punches.

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Lady Cougars split two league games

The Lady Cougars got off to an 11-4 start against Sultan and seemingly never looked back en route to a 58-38 Cascade Conference win Friday, Jan. 26.

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M-PHS student brings home medals from overseas

Haley Nemra has only been running for four of her 17 years, but has already represented her fathers native country of the Marshall Islands.

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M-P girls go 0-3 in league

The Lady Tomahawks lost Wesco North games to Snohomish, Lake Stevens and Monroe the week of Jan. 22-26 to fall to 6-7 in league play and 10-7 overall.

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