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Published June 13, 2018

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Published June 06, 2018

Prep sports update

By DOUG RAMSAY
contributing writer

The high school spring sports teams wrapped up last month as several local teams participated in the state tournaments over the Memorial Day weekend.
In softball, the Snohomish Panthers made it into the State Tournament for a third straight year. The Panthers won the 4A State Title in 2016. After wins in the quarter finals, the team beat the Maysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks in the semi-finals to reach the championship game. Snohomish went up against the Bonney Lake Panthers
in the title game. Bonney Lake was able to get the upper hand over Snohomish as they beat Snohomish 8-5 in an extra-inning affair. The Snohomish Panthers finished the season 25-2, having out-scored their opponents 203 to 32 and going undefeated in league play,
In 4A, the Monroe Bearcats and the Jackson Timberwolves both conquered through the first three rounds of play to go up against each other for the championship. Jackson beat the Bearcats to take the 4A State title, capping off a 25-1 season. Monroe was 21-7 for the season.

Published May 30, 2018

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Published May 23, 2018

SNOHOMISH WINS 3A DISTRICTS, GO TO STATE

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After three straight years of losing in the district title game, the Snohomish Panthers were finally able to claim the 3A District trophy with an 8-0 win over the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors at Everett’s Phil Johnson Ballfields on Friday, May 18. Senior Bailey Greenlee, who pitched a complete game one-hitter while striking out 12 batters, accepts the trophy for the team. The Panthers will advance to the 3A State tournament this weekend in Lacey.

SNOHOMISH SOCCER FALL AT STATE

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Snohomish Panthers’ Eli Esterly (top right) and Mt. Tahoma T-Birds’ Raul Ramirez both attempt to head the ball during the first-half of the Panthers’ 7-2 win in the opening round game of the State 3A tournament in Snohomish on Tuesday, May 15. Unfortunately for the Panthers, the result was quite the opposite in their following match as they lost 4-0 to the Redmond Mustangs in the quarter-finals on Friday, May 18.
The loss ended the season for the Panthers at 15-4-1 for the year.

Glacier Peak soccer knocked out of State in ovetime game loss

Glacier Peak soccer ran until the end against Sumner in second-round games at State, but ended its season with a 3-2 overtime loss to Sumner.
The Grizzlies beat first-round opponent Olympia High 2-0 on Tuesday, May 15.

Published May 16, 2018

Glacier Peak, SHS soccer make State

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It was a sweep for the Snohomish School District in this year’s district soccer tournaments as both the Snohomish Panthers and the Glacier Peak Grizzlies took the title in their respective divisions. Above, in a rough and sometimes physical game at Frank Goddard Stadium in south Everett, the Grizzlies defeated the Mount Vernon Bulldogs 3-0 for the 4A District championship on Thursday, May 16. Senior Keegan Rubio (seen above sliding to kick the
ball away from the Bulldogs’ Jaime Vazquez) scored two of the Grizzlies’ goals. The Grizzlies are going to the State tournament to face the Olympia Bears as their first opponent. The Snohomish Panthers defeated Shorecrest 2-1 in the 3A District title game in Shoreline on Saturday, May 12 to head to the State tournament to face Mount Tahoma High School. Both game dates were to be determined as of press time.

SNOHOMISH BASEBALL

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Snohomish Panther shortstop Chase Taylor reaches out with his glove to catch the ball but is late on the tag as Lynnwood Royal Connor Combs
slides in to second base with a successful steal in the first-inning, as the Panthers lost 1-0 in the second-round game of the District 3A divisional tournament game in Snohomish on Tuesday, May 8. With a 10-7 loss to Edmonds-Woodway in the first game of the tournament, the Panthers’ season came to a close with the loss to Lynnwood, with a record of 14-8 on the season.
The Glacier Peak Grizzlies also are out in their run at the District 4A tournament, as they lost to the Lake Stevens Vikings 8-6 in a first-round play-in game at home on Saturday, May 5. The Grizzlies finished their
season at 10-10.

SILVERTIPS CAN’T OVERCOME SWIFT CURRENT

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Everett Silvertip Goalie Carter Hart (70) makes a save against Swift Current Bronco Andrew Fyten (26) with Silvertip Wyatte Wylie (29) following close to deflect any rebounds on Friday, May 11 at Game 5 of the Western Hockey League Championship against the Swift Current Broncos from the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.
The Everett Silvertips won their last home game of the season on Friday, May 11 against the Swift Current Broncos 6-3 to make the series 3-2 in favor of the Broncos. The Silvertips lost to Swift Current 0-3 at the fifth game of the best-of-four series Sunday, May 13 on the road, giving Swift Current its third WHL championship in 30 years after a long drought.

Published April 25, 2018

SNOHOMISH SOFTBALL

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It was a matchup between Wesco 3A’s top two teams on Friday, April 20 as the 3A north-leading Snohomish Panthers rallied late in the game to come from behind and beat the 3A south-leading Edmonds-Woodway Warriors 5-3 in Snohomish. Panther senior Bailey Greenlee, seen above delivering a pitch, struck out 17 Warrior batters in the game. The Panthers (12-1, 11-0 league) have out scored their opponents 133-27 thus far in the season, while scoring in the double-digits in all but three games. The Panthers traveled to Lynnwood on Tuesday, April 24, after press time, to face Meadowdale, who moved into a first-place tie in the 3A south after the Warriors lost to the Panthers. Snohomish will be home this Friday as they take on the 3A north second-place Everett Seagulls, who trail the Panthers
by just a couple of games.

GLACIER PEAK SOCCER

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Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Cabe Cartier (left) and Monroe Bearcat senior Jesus Garcia-Ayala fight for a loose ball during first-half action on the Grizzlies’ 3-1 win at Glacier Peak High School on Friday, April 20. With just four games left in the season at press time, the Grizzlies (8-2-1, 7-1-1 league) and the Mount Vernon Bulldogs were tied for first-place in Wesco 4A while Lake Stevens hangs just below the two by a single point. In 3A action, the Snohomish Panthers ended last week with a 2-1 win over Edmonds-Woodway in Edmonds on Friday to rise to second place overall, trailing Marysville-Pilchuck.

MONROE VERSUS CASCADE BASEBALL

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Monroe Bearcats’ second base Morgan Granich reaches to grab a high throw as Cascade Bruin Brady
Larsen slides safely to second base on a steal as the Bruins in Tuesday’s game in Monroe.
The Bruins had a busy week as they extended their first-place lead in the Wesco 4A, winning four straight games. The Bruins opened the week with a 5-1 win over Monroe on Tuesday, April 17, followed by a 5-4 win over the Bearcats in Everett the next day. An 8-2 win over the Jackson Timberwolves on Thursday and 11-3 win against Mariner on Friday finished the Bruins’ week. Cascade is 12-2 (8-1league) for the season.
The Bearcats (8-7, 4-5 league) finished their week off with a 2-1 loss to Lake Stevens on Friday.

Tips 1 - 1 in conference finals

The Everett Silvertips currently stand 1-1 at press time in the WHL Western Conference Championship against the Tri-Cities Americans, with the third game of
the series happening after press time Monday, April 23. The Tips won Game 1 by 3-2 but lost Game 2 by 5-3.
The next games are Game 4 on Thursday, April 26 in Tri-Cities and a necessary
Game 5 on Saturday, April 28 at 7:05 p.m. in Everett at Angel of the Winds Arena.
Which team wins this series will go to a final championship against the Eastern Conference champions, who are yet to be determined.

Published April 18, 2018

SNOHOMISH VERSUS EVERETT BASEBALL

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Snohomish Panther base runner Jaden McClure safely slides back into first base as the ball drops out of Everett Seagull first baseman Gabe Maggio’s glove and falls near McClure’s foot. McClure would eventually score as the Panthers defeated the Gulls 5-3 at Earl
Torgeson Field in Snohomish on Tuesday, April 10. The Panthers completed the two-game series by beating the Gulls at Everett Memorial Stadium 4-3 on Thursday. Snohomish (8-4, 7-3 league) have won six of their last seven games after a slow start to the season.
Everett (4-9, 3-8 league) lost all three of their games last week including the two to Snohomish and a 5-2 loss to Mountlake Terrace on Friday. The Gulls were able to celebrate last week as they were able to return to their home field at Everett Memorial Stadium, after traveling the past two-seasons to Shoreline to play their home games, due to issues that left the stadium’s field too wet to play on in the spring months. A new artificial surface was
installed over the winter and was ready for play last week.

SNOHOMISH VERSUS LYNNWOOD SOCCER

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Splitting the defense, Snohomish Panther senior Conner Smith takes the ball up field between Lynnwood Royals’ Luka Radic (left) and Rofaiel Dawood during first-half action in the Panthers 2-1 win over the Royals on Friday, April 13. The Panthers have outscored their opponents 18-4 as they have won five straight games with just over two-weeks left in the season. The Panthers (7-3-0, 6-1-0 league) are tied with the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors and the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks for second-place in the Wesco 3A, and will take on the Warriors in Edmonds this Friday. But first the Panthers hosted first-place Shorewood in Snohomish on Monday, after press time.
On the southside of the District, the Glacier Peak Grizzlies continue to hang on to first-place in the Wesco 4A having won seven of their nine games thus far this year and are 7-1-1 (6-1-1 league) as they began the second
half of the season last week.

EVERETT SILVERTIPS CLINCH SECOND ROUND

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The Everett Silvertips won the second-round playoff series 4-1 against the Portland Winterhawks and will continue on to face the Tri-Cities Americans for the Western Conference Championship series starting on Friday, April 20 at 7:35 p.m. at Angel of The Winds Arena. Their competitor the Tri-Cities Americans of Eastern Washington swept its second round series 4-0.
In this photo from Tuesday, April 10, Everett Silvertip Connor Dewar (43) takes a hit in front of the goal from Portland Winterhawk Henri Jokiharju (16) during game four of the playoff series round two.

Published April 11, 2018

GLACIER PEAK VERSUS CASCADE SOCCER

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In a rainy Wesco 4A matchup, Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Marco Granados (2)
and Cascade Bruin senior Gerardo Lopez-Lemus (5) leap for a header while Grizzly sophomore Hayden Rubio (10) and Bruin freshman Caleb Bonilla-Stevenson watch during first-half action of the Grizzlies’ 6-1 win at Everett Memorial Stadium on Wednesday, April 4. With the exception of a 0-0 tie against the Jackson Timberwolves on Monday, April 2, the Grizzlies
(5-1-1, 4-1-1 league) have won four straight games to maintain a first-place spot in the Wesco 4A standings tied with Kamiak and Mount Vernon. The Bruins (1-7-0, 0-6-0 league) have lost seven straight since their season opening win over Mountlake Terrace on March 13.
In Wesco 3A action, the Snohomish Panthers are two-and-two in their last four games as they are 5-3-0 (4-1-0 league) as
they start the second half of the season this week.

MONROE VERSUS MARINER SOFTBALL

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Monroe Bearcat senior Taylor Durant safely slides in under the tag of Mariner Marauder second baseman Araceli Urruta during the Bearcats’ 10-0 win in Monroe on Friday, April 6. Leading 2-0, the Bearcats rattled off eight runs in the bottom half of the sixth inning to take the ten-run rule win. Senior pitcher Sarah Reeves struck out 13 batters, while walking just one for the no-hitter win.
The Bearcats, 8-2 (2-2 league), trail Jackson, Lake Stevens (both tied for first-place) and Kamiak in the Wesco 4A at the halfway point of the season.
In Wesco 3A north, the Snohomish Panthers (6-1, 5-0 league) have out-scored their opponents 51-11 as SHS has won five straight games to hang on to the top spot in the standings above the Everett Seagulls (5-2, 4-1 league) who sit in second place.

Snohomish to host triathlon

SNOHOMISH — It will be a sprint to the finish but on a route so scenic that competitors may be tempted to stop and smell the proverbial roses at Snohomish’s first triathlon on Sunday, April 22.
The event begins and ends at the Snohomish Aquatic Center where participants will take to the water for a 320 or 500 yard swim, followed by a 13.5 mile bike ride and 3.1 mile run.
 “I swim at like six different pools and that is my favorite by far,” said organizer and triathlete Lisa Worthington of Finish Strong Events.
Worthington said the entire course was well-suited to the event. The lack of traffic, rural scenery, riverside path and no hills were all appealing.
The event was a couple years in the making, said aquatics manager Rob Serviss, who is excited at the opportunity.
The competition is known as a sprint triathlon, the shortest of four common lengths, and friendliest to beginners.
The race starts at 8 a.m. and while elite athletes may call it a day by 9 a.m., two-hour finish times are common for newer competitors.
“We’ll start with different heats. So, the (competition) pool can hold 20 people … when somebody’s finished, the next person goes … so if you start in the second wave, somebody that started later than you could be faster,” Worthington said.
That means triathletes may not know who their competition is and how well they’re doing, which she said makes the event extra exciting.
For skeptics who question having a triathlon at an indoor pool, Worthington points north where the practice is common in Alaska.
Registration is currently open and organizers are also seeking volunteers for a number of roles.
The entry fee is $70 and includes a T-shirt, a goodie bag and medal for participants, and awards for winners in each age and gender category. Categories are 19 and under, and then each five-year increment.
Athletes ages 12 and older can participate in relay teams, participants 14 and older can compete as individuals.
For more information and to register, go to www.runsignup.com/Race/WA/Snohomish/SACTri

Published April 04, 2018

SNOHOMISH VERSUS LYNNWOOD BASEBALL

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Snohomish Panther senior shortstop Chase Christian (left) waits to put the tag on Lynnwood Royal baserunner Jacob Goudzwaard, who was attempting to steal second base in the third inning of the Panthers 7-1 win over the Royals at Earl Torgeson Field in Snohomish on Thursday, March 29. After
losing their first three games to open the season, the Panthers have won four straight including a non-league 12-11 win over the Monroe Bearcats on March 21, and a 10-0 shutout of Meadowdale last Friday. At 4-3 (3-2 league) the Panthers were holding a fourth-place spot in the Wesco 3A North at the beginning of this week.

EVERETT VERSUS M-P SOFTBALL

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Down by five runs going into the final two innings against the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks in of Wesco 3A North play, the Everett Seagulls mounted a drive, scoring two runs in the sixth inning, and another four in the seventh to take a 6-5 come from behind win at Lincoln Field in Everett on Friday, March 30. Junior Andrea Hedington hit a double, scoring two runs for the walk off win. Left, sophomore Hope Fleischman drives the ball towards left field as Tomahawk’s catcher McKenzie Justice watches. The Gulls (5-2, 4-1 league) started this week trailing first the first-place Snohomish Panthers for second place in the Wesco 3A North.

The Snohomish Panthers softball team keeps devouring their prey and remain undefeated in league play at 5-0 (6-1 overall). The Panthers swept both games last week beating Marysville-Getchell
11-0 on Wednesday, then beat Stanwood 13-0 on Thursday.

EVERETT SILVERTIPS ADVANCE

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SILVERTIPS STREAK: The Everett Silvertips went on a 4-0 shutout of the Seattle Thunderbirds in game five of the WHL first-round playoffs in Everett on Saturday, March 31. Silvertips’ Garrett Pilon (41) and Seattle Thunderbirds’ Jaxan Kaluski (left) both reach out for the loose puck in front of T-Bird goalie Liam Hughes. The Tips eliminated the T-birds in the best-of-seven series, by winning it 4-1, and advance to the second-round of the WHL’s Western Division playoffs for a fourth consecutive year. The second round opens with game one this Friday, April 6 starting at 7:35 p.m. in Everett against an opponent TBD.

Future ballplayers enjoy SHS clinic

Baseball campPhoto courtesy Allison Peckenpaugh

Snohomish High School head baseball coach Nick Hammons continued with the Panther tradition of hosting a Kids Clinic last month. The Kids Clinic began under the leadership of former head coach Kim Hammons years ago.
It is a great opportunity for young future Panthers to spend a day with the SHS baseball team.
There were 35 kids who came to the Snohomish High fields for the afternoon and rotate through stations run by High School players on both the Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. It was topped off with the young players watching a home run derby while enjoying a hot dog meal. The event was sponsored by the HomeRun Club booster club.

Published March 28. 2018

SNOHOMISH VERSUS EVERETT SOFTBALL

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Snohomish Panther senior Bailey Greenlee winds up to deliver a pitch to an Everett Seagull batter during the 3A matchup between the two teams at Lincoln Field in Everett on Wednesday, March 21. Greenlee struck-out 12 Gull batters and tossed a no-hitter as she and the Panthers coasted to an 11-1 win. Izzy Hansen hit home runs on the first two of her appearances at the plate, while both Ruby Sugayan and Joy Winston each had homeruns for the Panthers. The win kept the Panthers undefeated in league play (4-1 overall) and in first-place. The Gulls were blanked 3-0 by the Jackson Timberwolves later in the week and fall to 3-2 on the season but remain in a 4-way tie for second-place.

GLACIER PEAK BASEBALL

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Glacier Peak Grizzly Scott Schaffer is congratulated by his teammates after hitting the second of the Grizzlies’ two home runs in a non-conference game against the Shorewood Thunderbirds in Snohomish on Tuesday, March 20. Schaffer’s home run in the third inning put the Grizzlies up 3-1, where the score stayed until the seventh inning when Shorewood tied it up and sent the game into extra innings. In the top of the following inning the T-Birds took the lead by one, and Glacier Peak did not score, ending the game with a 4-3 loss. The Grizzlies lost their following game to the Meadowdale Mavericks 5-2 in another non-conference game on Saturday, dropping them to 2-4 on the season.

Published March 21, 2018

SNOHOMISH VERSUS GLACIER PEAK SOFTBALL

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Snohomish Panther Izzy Hansen (far right) is greeted by her fellow teammates after she slammed a home run over the centerfield fence in the Panthers’ 13-5 win over the cross-district rival Glacier Peak Grizzlies in both teams’ season openers on Tuesday, March 13. The Panthers finished last week with a 3-0 loss to the Jackson Timberwolves on Thursday and then beat Marysville-Pilchuck 2-1
on Friday in their first league game for the season. The Grizzlies on the other hand finished out the week with two decisive non-league wins, beating Arlington 14-1 and Edmonds-Woodway 13-5. The Grizzlies will continue the season with two more non-league games this week against Mountlake Terrace and Inglemoor, before starting league play in Mount Vernon on Monday, March 26.

SNOHOMISH VERSUS MONROE SOCCER

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The Panthers earned a win during an exhibition soccer game Tuesday, March 13, defeating the Bearcats 3-1 in Monroe. Here, Bearcat Jamie Arellano and Snohomish’s Alex Stigenga battle for control of the ball during game action. Snohomish plays in Wesco 3A while Monroe
plays in Wesco 4A. Snohomish next plays Shorecrest at home this Friday,
while Monroe will take on Lake Stevens at home also this Friday; both games are at 7:30 p.m.

 

Published March 14, 2018

Baseball, softball seasons swing into action

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Everett High School Sophomore Kassidy Millar (7) winds up for a pitch intended
for a Jackson batter during the second inning.
The Everett Softball Jamboree was held on Lincoln Field at 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 10 as part of the preseason. Everett played Jackson for their first game but fell
short during the two-inning game 0-1.
Everett will play next at Lincoln on Wednesday, March 14 at 7 p.m. against Ferndale; Jackson played against
Lake Washington on Monday after press time and wll play Snohomish on Thursday, March 15.

 

Published  March 7, 2018

GLACIER PEAK BOYS IN STATE SEMI-FINALS

Grizzlies knocked out of State at buzzer

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An opponent’s swoosh with 4.3 seconds remaining knocked Glacier Peak out of contention for State Wednesday, Feb. 28 at the Tacoma Dome. The score was 68-67 Skyview. Despite an ankle injury, Glacier Peak junior Evan Mannes (above) scored 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds in the close game.
Tough opponent takes down Kamiak boys: The Kamiak Knights made it to the State semi-finals but were knocked out Thursday, March 1 by Richland. The score was 72-42.

EVERETT SILVERTIPS

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Silvertips remain on top: Everett Silvertip Goaltender Carter Hart (70) tries to deflect an oncoming shot sent to Seattle Thunderbird Center Noah Philp (16) but is screened by Everett Silvertip Matt Fonteyne (17). This shot on goal was unsuccessful for Seattle. Everett won the game 2-1 in overtime against the Seattle Thunderbirds in Everett on March 3. Everett is standing in first place for the U.S division and has already clinched a spot in the playoff series. Everett will next play at home on
March 16 against the Victoria Royals.

 

 

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