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The Lady Cougars soccer team had their most successful season in school history and the Cascade Conference took notice.
Lady Tomahawks looking for successful season on hardwood
MARYSVILLE The bad news for the Lady Tomahawks is that Jackson and Lake Stevens outscored them 41-21 in their two jamboree games Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Jim Linden Fieldhouse.
MARYSVILLE On the walls of the Jim Linden Fieldhouse are signs celebrating the M-P boys basketball teams conference, district and state championships.
Lakewood Girls Basketball
The Arlington High School boysbasketball is still in search of a reliable offense after losing to Lake Stevens and Monroe in league action. The Eagles dropped to 3-11 in Wesco North action and 3-15 overall.
The Masters Touch girls basketball team guaranteed themselves postseason play with a 55-47 defeat of Lopez Island.
In their only game of the week, the Tomahawks picked up a Wesco North road victory over Cascade 74-57.
MUKILTEO The M-P boys junior varsity swim and dive team spends most of their season under the radar, but shined in the Wesco championships at Kamiak High School.
I would like to take this time to personally thank the great Marysville, Arlington, Lakewood and Darrington communities for making the last 14 months a fun and memorable time.
Coach says team is best ever
M-P tennis team determined to win
Sarah Dunn is one of the success stories of the Lakewood cross-country program.
MARYSVILLE As the sweltering summer weather kicks in around the Pacific Northwest, swimmers in the Marysville area are seeking relief by joining the Mighty Marlins swim club.
MARYSVILLE The M-P batters found a sweet spot in deep right field and exploited it on their way to a 7-3 win over Cascade April 20.
About a dozen friends enjoyed a game of volleyball on a warm July 15 evening at Marysville-Pilchuck High School
ARLINGTON Landon Showalter returned from his Nov. 17 televised mixed martial arts fight in Atlantic City, N.J., with a victory under his belt and bandages on his hand.
LAKEWOOD The Lady Cougars season-opening 52-32 non-league victory over Mount Vernon Christian Friday, Dec. 1, could easily be called the Anna and Aly show.
The hard work of the Lady Eagles soccer team not only saw them advance to District 1 play but also gained recognition from their Wesco North peers.