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After watching the Snohomish junior varsity defeat the M-P jayvees 67-57, the Tomahawk varsity squad was not about to make it 2-for-2 for the visitors.
MARYSVILLE M-P track hosted Oak Harbor and Meadowdale April 12, but the Tomahawks often found themselves vying for first place against teammates rather than guests.
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE The Tomahawk girls golf team hadnt played in competition since March 29, so to follow spring break with three consecutive matches April 9-11 had to be a daunting task of focus.
MARYSVILLE In what promised to be a low-scoring affair, the M-P and Cascade fastpitch teams met April 11 and played at a simmer for five innings when suddenly both teams turned up the heat and a new game broke out.
Moser pitches five innings, hits two-run homer while Holm hits third home run of year in 13-3 shellacking of Monroe.
MOUNT VERNON It was all fun and games for Lakewood fastpitch when they took on Cascade Conference rivals Granite Falls June 20.
MOUNT VERNON A talented Snohomish County Express fastpitch team was forced to settle for tournament co-champions when rain called off their International Youth Challenge title match against the Blaze Intensity June 24.
MARYSVILLE Seniors Blake Scheller and Colin Thomason helped the Tomahawks hold onto a 32-22 halftime lead to narrowly defeat Monroe 52-49.
TULALIP Grace Academy split a pair of games with Tulalip Heritage High School Dec. 18, with the Eagle boys prevailing 42-32 over the Heritage Hawks, and the girls losing 45-42.
MARYSVILLE Facing the states top wrestling program can be a daunting challenge, but M-P wrestling coach Craig Iversen looks at it as an opportunity.
MARYSVILLE The Tomahawk girls closed a double-digit gap, but Lake Stevens held on to defeat Marysville 47-40 in a tough in-conference battle.
When Dave Hall says the citys upcoming all-comers track meet is for all ages, he means it.
MARYSVILLE A friendly rivalry resumed June 22 as the Mobacks and the New California Tavern faced off in a doubleheader at M-P High School.
Where do the Olympic speed skaters get their start? Everybody recognizes the smiling face of Apollo Ohno now that hes won multiple Olympic medals. But Ohno once started out as an in-line skater, racing at local Northwest tracks.
MARYSVILLE The Marysville National Leagues all-star team of nine- and 10-year-olds clobbered South Snohomish in their opening round win, defeating the visitors 11-1, June 29.
MUKILTEO A three-run homer by catcher Kyle Nobach carried the Marysville National League All-Stars to a 6-2 win over the Stilly Valley All-Stars June 30.
MOUNT VERNON Absent long-time starters Kally Behen and Becca Bean, the young team Lakewood softball fielded against Sedro-Woolley put up a fight in a narrow 8-7 loss.
MUKILTEO To judge by the length of the debrief after the game, one could assume the Marysville American All-Star team took their 6-0 loss to North Mukilteo hard.
LAKEWOOD Power Alley continued their winning ways June 26, defeating cross-town rival the Marysville Outlaws, 6-1.
The Lady Tomahawks soccer team may not have had a successful season as whole, but four players were bestowed with Wesco North all-league honors.