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Duking it out, the Tomahawks came out on top in two offensive slugfests, besting Wesco South opponents Edmonds-Woodway and Mountlake Terrace in their opening week.
Both the boys and girls of M-P track won the four-team meet in Shoreline March 13 by taking victories in seven and nine events, respectively.
MARYSVILLE Wisconsin native Danielle Szulczewski is the new sports reporter for The Marysville Globe.
LeValley makes, breaks 500-yard school records
MARYSVILLE The scoreboard doesnt lie, but it can deceive.
MOUNT VERNON When five Lakewood girls made it to Skagit Valley College by the start of their first July 11 game, friends and family started speculating how they would field the team.
Adults enjoy game usually played by kids
In a hard fought, seesaw July 14 affair, the Snohomish County Vikings could not maintain the momentum of their strong third quarter and hold on to victory over the visiting Willamette Valley Raiders.
Two local competitive rollerskaters will compete in the U
MARYSVILLE Early on a Friday morning still cool from the darkness of the previous evening, Art Farren and his 14-year-old son David sat on the dock at Kayak Point with a Scrabble board between them.
MARYSVILLE A favorite exercise of the Marysville Knights juniors and seniors football squad is a more physical version of the childhood playground game, Red Rover.
Volleyball players/teams wanted
MARYSVILLE About 70 students took advantage of the Marysville sports physical Aug. 14, raising $2,800 for M-Ps Scholar Athlete honorees from the Class of 2008.
Although fall sports practices are in full swing, one team of M-P students is working hard, hoping to spend as little time as possible on the playing field.
MARYSVILLE Galdes Gang made local sports history Aug. 14 when six runs gave them the first-ever city kickball championship.
MARYSVILLE New M-P coach Brandon Carson was all business as he put his players to work on their first day of football practice Aug. 15.
Like a lot of members of the Lakewood football team, Dan Teeter has a page on MySpace.com.
ARLINGTON — As temperatures climbed into the upper 80s over the weekend and heat advisories made news, north county residents sought relief in the area’s waters.
When John Scalf tells his granddaughter about the big fish that almost got away, she’ll have to believe him.
MARYSVILLE — Olympic fever must have been running high. For the second week in a row, turnout at Marysville’s all-comers track meet hovered around 100 participants.