Tribune Logo Serving text

Snohomish Boys & Girls Clubs

Catholic Community Services

EHLI Auctions

Hidden Valley Ranch

Paine Field

Pilchuck Vet

Snohomish Health & Rehab

Sno Mon Taxes

Snohomish Spring Bazaar

tribune

SPORTS

 

Published January 27, 2016

SNOHOMISH VS. CASCADE BOYS BASKETBALL

basketballDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Cascade Bruin junior Muhammed Kolly (24) drives to the basket over Snohomish Panther senior Jake Perry during first-half action at Snohomish High School on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Having beaten the Panthers 82-52 in Everett on Dec. 11, the Bruins made it two for two as they defeated the Panthers 58-46 in what has become a traditional rivalry between the two schools. The win, along with a 93-67 win over the Mount Vernon Bulldogs on Friday, Jan. 22, keeps the Bruins undefeated with just three weeks remaining in the regular season.
The Panthers (5-10, 2-7 league) took an 80-60 loss to the Jackson Timberwolves on Friday to drop into a three way tie for last place in the Wesco 4A along with Mount Vernon and the Monroe Bearcats. The game may also be the last between the two longtime rivals as the Panthers will move to 3A status next year and Glacier Peak bumps up to 4A.

MONROE VS. KAMIAK GIRLS BASKETBALL

HannahAdrian Johnson photo

Off balance while making a jump, Monroe senior Hannah Drivstuen scored the winning basket with two seconds left on the clock at the Monroe-Kamiak game on Wednesday, Jan. 20. Trailing 43 to 44, Drivstuen’s basket secured the victory for the Lady Bearcats over Kamiak with a final score of 45 to 44.
The Bearcats hold a 7-1 league record this year (9-4 overall). The Knights hold a 5-3 league record (8-6 overall).

 

Published January 20, 2016

CASCADE VS. KAMIAK BOYS BASKETBALL

CadcadeDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Cascade Bruin senior Isaiah Gotell (35) tries to drive around Kamiak Knight senior Nathan Shubert (44) during first-half action of the Bruins’ 61-59 win over Kamiak in Everett on Friday, Jan. 15.
With the score staying close throughout the game, Gotell’s basket at the game-ending buzzer kept the Bruins’ undefeated and in sole position at the top of the Wesco 4A. The Bruins remained third in the Associated Press state prep 4A poll for a second straight week.

 


GLACIER PEAK GIRLS BASKETBALL

Glacier PeakDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

After moving from tenth to ninth place in the Associated
Press state prep 3A poll last week, the Glacier Peak Grizzlies faced off against the Lynnwood Royals who were both
tied for first place in the Wesco 3A South in Snohomish on Wednesday, Jan 13. While the defending 3A state champion Royals took a commanding lead, the Grizzlies had a fourth-quarter run hitting a series of three-pointers. The Grizzlies came up short losing 60-54.
Above, Grizzly junior Samantha Fatkin (5) is fouled by the Royals Jordyn Edwards as she goes to the basket during second-half action.


SNOHOMISH VS. MONROE GIRLS BASKETBALL

smithAdrian Johnson photo

The Snohomish girls basketball team defeated the Bearcats of Monroe 45 to 42 in a close game between the heretofore undefeated teams at a game Friday, Jan. 15 at Monroe. The Panthers built an early lead and held off the Bearcats in the closing seconds of play. With Snohomish holding a 29 to 9 lead in the second quarter it appeared the Panthers would cruise to an easy victory. The Bearcats came out strong during the second half, closing to within three points of the Panthers, but lack of execution at the free throw line caused the Bearcats to come up short.
Above, Snohomish forward Madeline Smith shoots over Monroe’s Katie Piland during action Friday night at Monore.
Snohomish maintained an undefeated record of 7-0 league, 10-3 overall as of Jan. 15.
Monroe stands with a record of 6-1 league and 8-4 overall as of Jan. 15.

 

Published January 13, 2016

Doug’s sports update


  
There were smiles on the faces of coaches and players at Glacier Peak and Cascade high schools last week as the first Associated Press state basketball poll of the season was released. The Cascade Bruins boys team (undefeated at 11-0) is ranked third in Division 4A Boys, while the Glacier Peak girls (10-2) are sitting in 10th spot of the Division 3A girls. The Bruin boys have dominated over the first-half of the season, winning 11 straight games including a 82-52 win over Snohomish on Dec. 11 and a 88-69 win against Monroe on Dec. 18. The Bruins are tied for first place in the Wesco 4A with Kamiak, who they will take on at home this Friday. The Glacier Peak Grizzly girls are also on a roll as they have won five of their last six games including a 59-14 win over Mountlake
Terrace last week. Like the Bruins, the Grizzly girls are also in first place of their league tied with the
defending state 3A champion Lynnwood Royals (11-0).
The Grizzlies and Royals will face off for the first time this season on Wednesday, Jan. 13 at the Grizzly Den in Snohomish.

Adrian Johnson photo

Trent NewhouseMONROE BEARCATS BASKETBALL
Despite being fouled by Lake Steven guard Ryder Kavanagh, Bearcat Trenton Newhouse scored on this drive to the basket at the Friday, Jan. 8 game at Monroe against Lake Stevens.
The Lake Stevens Vikings won 63 to 57 over the Bearcats.
Newhouse led the Bearcats with 22 points and Colby Kyle of Monroe added 14 points of his own in the loss.
This year the Bearcats are 3-8 (1–4 league). The Lake Stevens Vikings improved to a 6-6 record (2 -3 league) from this game.

 


In Snohomish basketball:
After winning just one of three games during holiday
tournament play, the Snohomish Panther boys returned to
league play last week, losing to Kamiak 58-51 at home
before beating Mount Vernon 63-50 in Snohomish. At 4-7 (1-4 league) the Panthers remain at the bottom of the Wesco 4A standings tied with Mariner, Monroe and Mount Vernon.
The Panther girls currently hold the opposite spot in their
league standings as they are tied with the Monroe Bearcats
with a 5-0 league record and a Wesco 4A best 8-3 overall record. The Panthers and Bearcats will play in Monroe on Friday of this week.


SNOHOMISH VERSUS LAKE STEVENS WRESTLING

WrestlingDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Snohomish Panther sophomore Josh Ren (left) and Lake Stevens Viking sophomore Jake Bennett tangle it up as they compete in the 106 pound class of the Wesco 4A wrestling match between the two teams in Snohomish on Wednesday, Jan 6. The Vikings opened the match taking the first three weight class bouts including two pins to take a commanding lead in their 53-18 win over the Panthers. The loss was the Panthers’ second straight having lost to the Arlington Eagles 55-12 in a non-league match on December 16. The Panthers are 5-2 for the season and are 2-1 in conference play.


EVERETT SEAGULLS BASKETBALL

Evt BasketballDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Everett Seagull senior Chris Bell goes to the hoop past Marysville-Getchell Charger Caleb Koellmer during first-half action in the Gulls’ 53-48 win in Everett on Friday, Jan. 8. Trailing by two at the end of the first-quarter, the Gulls took control of the game in the second-quarter and lead at the half. After going 3-7 in the first half of the season, which were all non-conference games, Friday’s game was the conference opener for both teams. The win puts the Gulls at 1-0 conference and at the top of the Wesco 3A North tied with Stanwood (7-3 overall) and Marysville-Pilchuck (2-8 overall).
On the girl’s side of the court, the Seagulls lost 54-49 to the Marysville-Getchell Chargers in Marysville on Friday giving them their ninth loss on the season. After beating the crosstown Cascade Bruins 50-34 in the annual Bru-Gull Fest on Dec. 4, the Gulls have been able to win just one other win (55-36 over Mountlake Terrace on Dec. 29) during the first half of the season which consisted of all non-conference games. The girls will take on Stanwood (7-3 overall) and Marysville-Pilchuck (2-9 overall) at home this week as they continue with conference action. The boys are on the road all week playing in Stanwood and Marysville, and will play at home against the Arlington Eagles on Tuesday, Jan. 19.


Jared Cogar signs to attend Central and pitch for the Wildcats

Cogar SignsPhoto courtesy of Catherine Martin for Monroe Public Schools

With his parents Mike and Staci at his side, MHS senior and varsity baseball pitcher Jared Cogar recently signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Central Washington University.

Monroe High senior and varsity baseball player Jared Cogar has signed with Central Washington University to pitch for the Wildcats in Fall of 2016.
Cogar, son of Staci and Mike Cogar, visited the campus several times before deciding where to attend college. He was looking for a school with a good baseball team and a good criminal justice program, but he also had his eye on what extracurricular opportunities were available nearby.
“I like Ellensburg – it has good fishing and hunting areas which I am passionate about. I like river fishing for salmon,” he said. While he said the salmon fishing here in the Skykomish River can’t be beat, Ellensburg has good trout fishing.
Cogar’s reason for pursuing a career in criminal justice ties into his passions. “I am interested in being a fish and wildlife warden,” he said. “It might change, but that’s what I have my mind set on for right now.”
He has been playing baseball for Monroe for several years and also plays on a select team. “I pretty much play year round,” he explained.
At Central, he will be practicing every single day after he is done with classes, and then travel on weekends leaving little time to fish and hunt. “Once you get into the high caliber, competitive levels of baseball, there’s a lot of travel,” Cogar explained
He leaves Monroe with nice things to say about his years in the Monroe Public Schools. “We have really supportive teachers at Monroe,” he said. “If our baseball team had more kids on it, that would be great, but I like our coaches. They are good guys.”

 

Published January 6, 2016

Trent NewhouseAdrian Johnson photo
Monroe’s Trenton Newhouse shoots over Inglemoor guard Jack Weyer during action at Bellevue College.

MONROE BEARCATS
The Monroe Bearcat boys dropped their first game in the Bellevue College Holiday Tournament, losing to the Vikings of Inglemoor 42 to 49 in an exhibition tournament game Monday, Dec. 28. The Bearcat offense was ice cold in the third quarter of play, mustering only four points. Monroe’s Trenton Newhouse was the leading scorer for the Bearcats with 9 points.

 

Published December 23, 2015

SNOHOMISH — JACKSON BOYS BASKETBALL GAME

basketballDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com
Snohomish Panther senior Mitch Morris (24) battles with Jackson Timberwolves’ Sam Saufferer (left) Ian Willgress (rear) and Islim Ouldtaki (right) to pull down an offensive rebound during the first half of the Panthers’ 65-54 loss in Snohomish on Tuesday, Dec. 15. In the first half, Jackson ran an 11-0 run and during the game the Panthers were never able to catch up. Morris along with senior Jacob Shogren each sank 12 points to lead the Panthers in the game. With a 64-56 loss to The Mariner Marauders on Friday, Dec. 18, the Panthers enter the Holiday break at 2-4 (0-3 league).
Having won three straight with wins over Cascade, Jackson and Mariner, the Panther girls enter the break in First place (tied with Monroe) in the Wesco 4A with a record of 3-3 (3-0 league).

MONROE — MARINER BOYS BASKETBALL GAME

basketballAdrian Johnson photo
Behind the scoring of center Colby Cole, the Monroe boys varsity basketball team defeated the Mariner Marauders 58 to 50 at the game at Mariner on Tuesday, Dec. 15. Colby Cole lead all Bearcat scorers with 21 points, followed by Trenton Newhouse with 15 points and Isaiah Cole added 14 points of his own in the Bearcat victory.
In the photo above, Colby Cole shoots over Mariner’s Adrian Placenico.

 

 

 

 

Published December 09, 2015

basketballAdrian Johnson photo

Left, Monroe’s Trenton Newhouse (23) scored 21 points in the loss to Mount Lake Terrace on Dec. 1, 2015 at Monroe. Mount Lake Terrace took an early lead and held off the Bearcats in the waning moments of the game to secure the victory, besting the Bearcats 66-57.

 

 

 

 

 

basketballDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Zach Hatch (right) drives along the baseline past Snohomish Panther senior Peyton Plucker to the basket during action of the season opening game for both teams in Snohomish on Tuesday, Dec. 1. While there were 13 lead changes in the game, the Grizzlies were able to take the win54-53. The Grizzlies kept the winning streak going by beating Jackson 52-47 on Friday, Dec. 4. The Panthers were able to rebound from the opening night loss by beating Arlington 60-56 on Friday.

 

Published November 25, 2015

Check out the Basketball Prevew sections!!

Monroe Bearcats Basketball

Everett/Mukilteo Basketball

Glacier Peak Basketball

Snohomish Basket Ball


Glacier Peak ends state tourney run

footballDoug Ramsay photo, dougramsayphoto.photoshelter.com

Grizzly junior wide receiver Colton Bunt is shoved out of bounds by several Wolverine defenders as fellow junior receiver Alex Garrett (13) watches during first-half action.

It wasn’t just the frigid night air that was cold at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Saturday, Nov. 21. The Glacier Peak Grizzly offense was also cold, racking up just 110 total yards and one touchdown in the 35-14 loss to the Bellevue Wolverines in the 3A State quarterfinal game.
After stopping the Wolverines in the game’s opening drive, the Grizzlies marched down field and scored on a 35 yard catch and run by senior receiver Justin Guffey. After that, though, it was all Wolverines as Bellevue rang up 35 unanswered points to defeat the Grizzlies for the sixth straight time in the last seven years.
The Grizzlies only other touchdown came on a Wolverine fumble late in the fourth quarter that was picked up by senior linebacker Zach Argue who took it 43 yards down field for six-points. The Grizzlies have faced the Wolverines four times in State tournament play in the past seven years and have seen their season come to a close each time. The Wolverines who have won the state 3A title 11 times have also beaten the Grizzlies twice during regular season play including a 24-6 win over the Grizzlies in Snohomish on October 2.
Glacier Peak’s season comes to a close at 10-2 (both losses to Bellevue) as their hopes of reaching the State finals in the Tacoma Dome were dashed again.

» Send us your thoughts with a letter to the editor, click here

Check out our online Publications!

Best seen in the Firefox or Chrome Browsers.

 

Health 0116

Senior Life

Country North

Country East

Auto Guide Fall

Home Improvement

Outdoor 0915

Discover Snohomish

Everett Map

Snohomish Chamber Guide

Monroe Business Guide

DEV 2015