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Published October 3


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After a lengthy run, Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Evan Mannes (24) is finally taken down by Cascade Bruin defenders Chris Shaffer (left) and Davanta Murphy-McMillan during first-half action in the Grizzlies 57-6 win at Snohomish’s Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday, Sept. 28. The Grizzlies led by 36 points at the half, as they held the Bruins offence to under 160 yards on the night. The Grizzlies remain undefeated at 5-0 (3-0 league) and are tied with the Lake Stevens Vikings, who are also undefeated, for first-place in the Wesco 4A. The Grizzlies will travel to Lake Stevens this Friday for a showdown against the Vikings. In other football news, the Snohomish Panthers spoiled the Shorecrest Scot’s homecoming by winning 32-27 in overtime last Friday in Shoreline. The Panthers also hold the first-place spot in their league (Wesco 3A south) with a record of 3-2 (3-0 league).


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An effective ground game was all Mount Vernon needed to dominate the Bearcats 45-34 on Friday night in Monroe.Above, Monroe running back Blake Rybar escapes the grasp of Mount Vernon’s Malachi Saunders to score late in the fourth quarter to pull the Bearcats within four points of the Bulldogs.
Mount Vernon running backs Seth Tercero and Landon Edwards rushed for a combined 380 yards and three touchdowns.
Monroe quarterback Gio Fergoso threw for 378 yards completing 21 of 28
passes and four touchdowns. Sophmore Trey Lane caught five of Fregoso’s passes for 170 yards and one touchdown, while Efton Chism III of Monroe caught six passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to Mount Vernon.
Monroe stands at 1-4 overall while Mount Vernon improved to 4 -1 overall.


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Monroe Bearcat Sophia Barber reaches to tip the ball
in front of Glacier Peak Grizzly Claire Johnson (8) as the Grizzlies (3-2) came from behind to beat the Bearcats (2-3) 3-2 at Glacier Peak on Thursday, Sept. 27.






Published September 26


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It was all defense for the Snohomish Panthers last week as they held the Everett Seagulls to just 144 yards and one field goal in a 36-3 win by the Panthers in the early game at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday. Along with containing the Gull running game, Snohomish’s defense racked up seven sacks. Here, Panther defensive lineman Carter Cole, senior, (73) takes aim at Everett quarterback Ethan Ollis (4). Offensively, Panther senior running back Tyler Massena rushed for 80 of his season total 448 yards, while junior back Tyler Larson ran for 67 of his season total 366 yards before sustaining an injury and leaving the game in the second-half. Everett’s Christian Balmer, who leads the Wesco 3A south with 488 yards rushing, lead the Gulls with 106 on the night. The win put the Panthers (2-2 , 2-0 league) into first-place of the Wesco 3A. The Gulls drop to 1-3 (1-2 league).

In other football news, the Monroe Bearcats got their first win of the season as the beat the Mariner Marauders 42-10 in Everett. The Jackson Timberwolves knocked off the Cascade Bruins 48-19 in the late game at Everett Memorial Stadium.


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Glacier Peak wide receiver David Castro makes a one-handed catch
during the matchup between Glacier Peak and Kamiak on Friday, Sept. 18. Glacier Peak blew out Kamiak 68-13. This Friday, Glacier Peak plays against Cascade at a home game in Snohomish.


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Faced with the defense of Mountlake Terrace’s Bailey Sonko (left), Snohomish Panther junior Ravyn Mummey (right) is still able to get off a kick that sailed into the net, scoring the Panthers’ first of seven goals in the Panthers’ 7-1 win over the Hawks in Snohomish on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The Panthers are 3-3-1 (2-2-1 in league play) as the mid-season mark approaches this week.



Published September 19

Doug’s sports update

The fall sports season got into full swing last week.
In football, after a rough start for under first-year head coach Joey Hammer, the Snohomish Panthers won their first game of the season by beating the visiting Shorewood Thunderbirds 49-21 at Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday. Snohomish’s victory on Friday was credited to the rushing of running backs Tyler Larson and Tyler Massena. Larson, a junior ran for 158 yards and scored one touchdown. Massena, a senior ran for 109 yards and scored three times in the Panther win. The Panthers take to the road again this week as they face the Everett Seagulls at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday.
The Glacier Peak Grizzlies remain undefeated as they held on to defeat the Jackson Timberwolves 39-23 at Everett Memorial Stadium last Friday. The Grizzlies opened the season with a dominating 52-0 win over the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors in Edmonds on Aug. 31.
The Everett Seagulls opened their season with a loss in the annual “Battle of Broadway” game against cross-town Cascade Bruins on Aug. 31. The Gulls have since been on the road as they beat the Lynnwood Royals at Edmonds District Stadium but lost to the Shorecrest Scots in Shoreline last week 27-21.


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Two heavy hitters from last year: Monroe Bearcat sophomore quarterback Gio Fergoso (right) tries to avoid being tackled by Lake Stevens junior defender Junior Robinson as he scrambles to the sideline during the first-half of the heated battle of the two top Wesco 4A teams in Monroe on Friday, Sept. 14. Having been blown-out by the Vikings in the past two seasons, the Bearcats looked to be out for revenge as they opened with a 57-yard pass from Fergoso to junior receiver Efton Chism for a touchdown with less than a minute into the game. However, it was the only time the Bearcats held a lead, as the Vikings quickly followed with two touchdowns as they cruised to a 49-31 win over the Bearcats. Fergoso finished the night with 383 yards passing with three touchdown throws. Chism had eight receptions on the night for 179 yards. The Bearcats are 0-3 on the season; they face Mariner this Friday. The Lake Stevens Vikings remain undefeated.


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Snohomish Panther junior Savannah Ayars (left) attempts to block a shot from Archbishop Murphy Wildcats’ Emma Feeny (right) during action in the Panthers’ 3-0 sweeping win at Snohomish High School on Tuesday, Sept. 11. The Panthers opened the season on Thursday, Sept. 6 with a 3-0 win over the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors. While the Panthers are 2-0 at press-time, they trail Stanwood, Arlington, and Oak Harbor in the Wesco 3A standings as those three are 3-0 to start the season. The Panthers along with the top three teams mentioned are all heavily favored to be competing for the District title come November.
In other volleyball action last week, the Glacier Peak Grizzlies opened their season with a 3-1 loss to Kamiak in Mukilteo on Thursday, Sept. 13. The Monroe Bearcats opened this year with a 3-2 loss to the Jackson Timberwolves on Thursday., Sept. 13. The Bearcats and the Timberwolves, along with the Lake Stevens Vikings are all predicted to compete for the Wesco 4A title at the end of the season. In Everett, the Seagulls’ started the season off early with a 3-0 shutout over the cross-town rival Cascade Bruins in a non-conference matchup on Sept. 5. The Gulls followed with a 3-1 loss to Shorecrest the following night, then rebounded with another 3-0 sweep, beating Mountlake Terrace 3-0 on Tuesday of last week.

Published September 12


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Everett High School freshman Kelsey Tebatebai (11) makes a run for the outside while
challenging Cascade opponent Makayla Hammer (4), who’s a senior. The Everett Seagulls defeated the Cascade Bruins 4-2 in a pre-season game at Lincoln Field on Tuesday, Sept. 4. In other news, the Snohomish Panthers beat Glacier Peak 2-1 in a pre-season game Sept. 4.


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Glacier Peak Grizzly senior running back Caelan Briggs (center) attempts to rush up the center of the field as Snohomish Panther senior defender Josh Dehaan (right) takes aim of him during first-half action of the annual cross-valley football game between the two Snohomish schools on Friday, Sept. 7. Taking the lead in the second quarter, the Grizzlies were able to keep a hold on the Panthers, to beat the Panthers 36-28. The Panthers mounted a late game charge to come within seven points at one time but were unable to keep the momentum going. The Grizzlies (2-0 for the season) continue to be undefeated in the cross-valley rivalry having won all eight matchups between the two teams. The Panthers are 0-2 on the season after losing to Marysville-Pilchuck 63-34 in the season opener.
In other football news, the Monroe Bearcats (0-2) lost to Woodinville 38-14. The Cascade Bruins (1-1) lost 37-14 to Seattle’s Bishop Blanchet.


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Everett Seagull sophomore Jeremy Reed (2) drags Lynnwood Royal sophomore Shawn
Monan (7) down the field through the rain and toward the end zone during the second quarter of the game on Friday, Sept. 7. Everett teammates Riley Bennett (43) and Andrew Olson (16) surround the area to protect Reed. The Seagulls defeated Lynnwood 25-7 at a home game for the Royals held at Edmonds-Woodway Stadium. The Seagulls will play Shorecrest next at Shoreline Stadium on Friday, Sept. 14.


Everett AquaSox catcher Cal Raleigh (left) reaches back to tag Spokane Indian runner
J.P. Martinez with little success as Martinez was called safe by home plate umpire Mitch Leikam (center) in the first inning of the Sox 7-3 loss in opening game of the Northwest League division playoffs on Wednesday, Sept. 5. Seattle Mariner pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma, on a rehab stint, started on the mound for the Sox and went just two innings as he gave up four hits and was credited for three earned runs. The Sox came back to win
game two of the three-game playoff series 8-3 in Spokane the following night but lost the final game 5-4 on Friday to bring the season to a close.

Published September 5

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Published August 29

AquaSox go 2-1 in home series against Spokane

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Everett AquaSox second baseman Ryne Ogren reaches for the ball as he sets to make Spokane Indian runner Sherten Apostel out during Spokane’s double-play attempt. The Sox won 2-1 over the Indians on Wednesday, Aug. 22 at Everett Memorial Stadium, and won two of three games against Spokane last week. Everett then played the Hillsboro Hops of Oregon where Everett lost the first three games of a five-game series but won the fourth game 5-2. Game five was after press time. The Sox have fallen to the bottom of the Northwest League (NWL) north division with just one left in the regular season.

Published August 22

Dashing through the foam

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A runner emerges from a mountain of foam bubbles as he pushes a stroller through in front of him while running in the sixth annual Bubble Run through north Everett on Saturday, Aug. 18. After he exited the bubbles he quickly wiped them off the child within the stroller. Thousands of runners and walkers participated in the 5K event along Colby Avenue where they had encountered mounds and mountains of colored bubbles to run through.

Published August 15

Sox teach kids baseball

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A young participant reaches out to catch a groundball during the infielder drill at this year’s Everett AquaSox Kids Baseball Camp on Friday, Aug. 10. Children ages 6-12 from throughout the county participated in the annual three-day academy, taught by players and coaches of the AquaSox. The nearly 100 campers were instructed in fielding, batting and pitching skills at Everett Memorial Stadium. Participants also received
tickets to and were able to participate in a pre-game ceremony at the Sox’s Aug.11 game against the Eugene Emeralds.

Canó “can-do” it all in visit with AquaSox

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AquaSox second baseman Robinson Canó (left) looks up after he dove to catch a line drive ground ball then backhanded the ball over his shoulder to shortstop Ryne Ogren (center), who tagged second base, putting out Eugene Emerald baserunner Jake Slaughter and throwing to first to complete a double play in the second inning of the Sox 5-2 win over the Eugene Emeralds at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday, Aug. 10. Canó, who plays for the Seattle
Mariners, was on a three-game rehab stint with the AquaSox last week. The Major League slugger belted two home runs during the three games including a grand slam in the game on Friday. The Sox won two of the first four games against the Emeralds in their five-game series, with game five played after press time on Monday. At press time, the Sox were 5-4 during their season’s longest homestand that started with a five-game series against the Boise Hawks, which the Sox went 3-2. Having won the first half of the season, the Sox will play in the Northwest League’s divisional playoff series starting Sept. 5. The Sox will host a team not yet determined for the first game of the series, with tickets for that game along with the remaining six home games of the season on sale now.

Published August 7, 2018

Sox take three of five in series against Hawks

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Everett AquaSox shortstop (left) fires the ball off to first base in a double-play attempt after tagging the base to put out Boise Hawk runner Cole Anderson during the sixth inning of the Sox 7-6 loss at Everett Memorial Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 5. Sunday’s loss put them one game behind first-place Vancouver Canadians. The Sox finished the first-half of the season with a 20-18 record and topped the NWL’s north division to secure a spot in the playoffs next month. Four members of the team headed to Colorado on Monday to participate in the All-Star game between the NWL and the Pioneer League.



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