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MARYSVILLE The M-P boys basketball team began their quest for a 4A state tournament berth Friday,
MARYSVILLE The Lady Tomahawks won their first two games of the year in different fashions a season-opening 50-point outburst and 48 hours later a 39-point defensive battle.
MARYSVILLE Junior Tyler Marzolf tied his personal best game, helping lift Marysville golf to a third-place finish in a close five-team competition April 17.
MARYSVILLE As the first four M-P girls checked in after nine holes, the Tomahawks looked on pace for just an average performance.
MARYSVILLE Down a goal already, an early red flag forced the Tomahawks to come back against Wesco North-leading Lake Stevens who were down a man too.
EVERETT Though 07-07-07 was supposed to be the luckiest day in a millennium, it proved anything but to Laces Baseball Academy, who dropped both games of their doubleheader.
GRANITE FALLS The Marysville All-Star softball teams season came to an end July 5 at the hands of the Snohomish team, 4-2.
STANWOOD Before she discovered equestrian vaulting, Julia Overton had spent time doing tumbling and gymnastics.
Darrington football squashes Nooksack Valley
MARYSVILLE A winless Arlington team vainly struggled to win a game in their 3-0 loss to Marysville-Pilchuck on the home teams senior night.
Emotions ran high for the Lakewood Cougars in their Oct. 23 matchup with the Coupeville Wolves. For 13 graduating seniors, the game marked the last time they would play a regular season game together at home. Most of the seniors have grown up playing soccer together, some for as long as 12 years with the same teammates.
After a disappointing loss to Granite Falls on Oct. 16 the Lakewood Cougars could have folded the tents and gone home for the winter. Instead theyve been playing their best volleyball of the season and with the return of a healthy Amanda Gregory, will be looking to make a mark in the playoffs.
The third time was the charm for Lakewood soccer, as the Cougars finally defeated conference archnemesis Cedarcrest, 1-0, to win the district championship May 10.
by Sarah Clark
Lakewood athletes were named conference champs in eight events when Cedarcrest hosted the Cascade Conference track and field championships May 7 and 9.
Eight fastpitch teams enter the Western Conference district tournament. Three teams will survive to play at state.
SHORELINE They took the long way, but the Marysville-Pilchuck soccer team is state-bound after a 23-year exodus from the tournament.
EVERETT Two great back-to-back playoff performances from the M-P baseball team secured the Tomahawks a trip to state for the first time since 2005.