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Published in the October 5, 2022 Tribune

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Mariner Marauder senior Cartez Williams tries to avoid being brought down by Glacier Peak Grizzly senior defender Trey Leckner but is unsuccessful as Leckner made the tackle in the Grizzlies’ 42-7 win over the Marauders at Snohomish’s Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday, Sept. 30. The win was the Grizzlies’ first league win of the season (4-1 overall) as they and the Lake Stevens Vikings jointly sit at the top of Wesco 4A at 1-0 in league play. The loss was the Marauder’s first of the season, dropping them behind the Grizzlies and Vikings with a 1-1 league and 4-1 overall record on the season.

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Everett’s Jayda Crane and Monroe’s Piper Newhouse (in pink) chase the ball in second half action of a Oct. 1 continuance of the Monroe-Everett soccer match in Monroe which didn’t finish Sept. 8 due to field lighting issues.
The Bearcats were in pink to acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Monroe won 3 - 1, taking its fifth win of the season.
The team stands 5 - 3 - 0 as of Oct. 3.
Everett’s at 1 - 5 - 1.

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Shouts of “nice bowling!” filled the evening Friday, Sept. 30 at Lake Tye Park in Monroe as the GoHawks Boys and The Sultans faced each other in a M.R.C.L. Cricket Playoff. The Sultans won by 39 runs. Above, GoHawks Boys Vineeth Kamineni bowls against a Sultans batsman. The other members of the team are scattered in the field. A bowl is like a pitch. A batsman tries to hit the ball and if he does he sprints back and forth between the upright wickets
to score runs. The batsman is stopped when the other team knocks off the sticks resting on top of the wicket, called bails, by chucking the ball at it.


Photo contributed by Regan Burkart

Glacier Peak junior Samantha Bratton (foreground) goes up against an unidentified swimmer from the Everett High Seagulls at a Sept. 22 meet held at the Everett Y. GP won the meet 129 to 56. The Grizzlies stood 4-0-0 in Wesco North as of Sept. 30.

  • Weekly community sports photo contest
    Send us your best shot! The Tribune is doing a contest for the best sports shot of the week from the community. We will print the winning photo, and each week’s contest winner gets a $10 Starbucks gift card plus photo credit.
    Any high school game can count toward the weekly contest. To qualify, what we need with a submission is that: It needs to arrive by Sunday evening, needs to have the names of all players in the photo from both teams, the date of the game, and a description of what’s happening in the photo.
    Photos should be emailed to

  • Football results
    Week of Sept. 26
  • Snohomish 47,Lynnwood 14
  • Monroe 49, Mountlake Terrace 7
  • Inglemoor 21, Everett 14
  • Lake Stevens 1, Jackson 0
  • Cascade 39, Oak Harbor 14

Published in the September 28, 2022 Tribune

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Snohomish Panther senior Mason Orgill tries to reach the ball across the goal line as Edmonds-Woodway Warrior defender Danel Kasapovic pushes him out of bounds
during second-quarter action in the Panthers’ 43-27 win at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Friday, Sept. 23. Orgill rushed for 146 yards while crossing the goal line five times in the win.
The Panthers (3-1 overall) stayed perfect at 3-0 in league play after the win and continue to top
the Wesco 3A South, just ahead of the Monroe Bearcats. Monroe is 4-0 overall and 2-0 in league play.

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Snohomish defender Brianna Ulrich, a junior, and midfielder S.J. Hammer, a senior, double team Monroe midfielder Madalyn Swartz, a sophomore, during the Monroe versus Snohomish soccer game Tuesday, Sept. 20 in Monroe.
The Monroe Bearcats won 2 - 1. The Bearcats were under constant pressure for most of the first half, then exploded to get two goals in about three minutes
late in the period. Snohomish responded with just one goal, by S.J. Hammer, in the second half. One of the Bearcats’ goals was by sophomore Faith Gunter.
Monroe stood 3 - 2 -0 and Snohomish had a record of 3 - 3 - 0 in Wesco 3A league play as of press time.


Photo contributed by Lillyana Brastad

Chasing the ball, Glacier Peak forward Ella Seelhoff (second left) runs after Redmond’s Katie Conklin in an attempt the gain the ball back into control during the Sept. 20 nonconference match where Glacier Peak hosted Redmond. Redmond won 3-0. GP’s season is 2 - 2 - 2 overall, 1 - 0 - 0 league.

  • Weekly community sports photo contest
    Send us your best shot! The Tribune is doing a contest for the best sports shot of the week from the community. We will print the winning photo, and each week’s contest winner gets a $10 Starbucks gift card plus photo credit.
    Any high school game can count toward the weekly contest. To qualify, what we need with a submission is that: It needs to arrive by Sunday evening, needs to have the names of all players in the photo from both teams, the date of the game, and a description of what’s happening in the photo.
    Photos should be emailed to

    Other local-area results

    • Soccer, Sept. 19: Mountlake Terrace 8, Cascade 0
    • Soccer, Sept. 22: Shorewood 3, Snohomish 1
    • Soccer, Sept. 22: Glacier Peak 4, Lake Stevens 1
    • Soccer, Sept. 22: Everett 4, Lynnwood 0
    • Soccer, Sept. 24: Snohomish 9, Lynnwood 0
    • Tennis, Sept. 19: Kamiak 4, Glacier Peak 3
    • Tennis, Sept. 22: Jackson 4, Jackson 3
    • Swim/Dive, Sept. 20: Monroe 86, Stanwood 85
    • Swim/Dive, Sept. 22: Glacier Peak 129, Everett 56

Published in the September 21, 2022 Tribune

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Everett Seagull senior Josh Smith leaps over Jackson Timberwolf defender Haseeb Rassulli as he is pursued by additional Timberwolves in the Seagulls’ 31-7 win over the Wolves at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday, Sept 16. Smith rushed for 146 yards to lead the Gulls, while junior Michael Noland carried for 81 yards and crossed the goal line twice. The win puts the Gulls at 1-2 for the season, while the Wolves look for their first win as they are 0-3.

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Snohomish Panther senior Reagan Bullock (8) reaches up to tip the ball across the net as Everett Seagull sophomore Qwynn Miller (10) tries to block it as the Panthers beat the Seagulls 3-0 in Snohomish on Tuesday, Sept. 13. The Panthers opened their season with a 3-0 loss to cross-valley rival Glacier Peak on Sept. 6, and followed with the win over the Gulls and then beat the Eagles in Arlington 3-2 on Thursday, Sept. 15 for a 2-1 record (2-0 league). The match in Snohomish was the Gulls opening for the season as they went on to beat Cedarcrest 3-1 at home on Thursday.
In other volleyball news, the Monroe Bearcats entered this week at 1-1 as they beat Meadowdale 3-2 in Monroe and lost to Lynnwood 3-1 to open the season last week.

Photo contributed by Ryan Koinange

In a chance of a lifetime, Glacier Peak played on Seattle’s Lumen Field, home of the Seahawks, for a non-conference game against Ferndale Saturday, Sept. 17. Glacier Peak won 42-14. The team is undefeated 3-0 so far this year.
Above, Glacier Peak’s No. 52 Adam Troxel, a senior, imitates retired football player Ray Lewis’s iconic “squirrel dance.”

Weekly community sports photo contest
Send us your best shot! The Tribune is starting a contest for the best sports shot of the week from the community. We will print the winning photo, and each week’s contest winner gets a $10 Starbucks gift card plus photo credit.
Any high school game can count toward the weekly contest. To qualify, what we need with a submission is that: It needs to arrive by Sunday evening, needs to have the names of all players in the photo from both teams, the date of the game, and a description of what’s happening in the photo.
Photos should be emailed to

Other local-area results

• Football, Sept. 16: Snohomish 37, Shorecrest 14
• Football, Sept. 16: Monroe 44, Kamiak 14
• Football, Sept. 16: Lake Stevens 63, Federal Way 21
• Football, Sept. 17: Glacier Peak 42, Ferndale 14
• Soccer, Sept. 13: Snohomish 3, Everett 1
• Soccer, Sept. 13: Glacier Peak 1, Mount Si 1
• Soccer, Sept. 13: Meadowdale 3, Monroe 2
• Soccer, Sept. 15: Snohomish 6, Arlington 1
• Soccer, Sept. 15: Monroe 8, Lynnwood 0

Published in the September 14, 2022 Tribune

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Snohomish Panther running back senior Mason Orgill breaks a tackle on his way to one of his three touchdowns and 34 yards rushing in the Panthers’ 23-7 win over Mountlake Terrace on Friday evening in Snohomish.
Orgill also hauled in five passes for 105 yards.
Snohomish plays Shorecrest Sept. 16.

Other scores:
Glacier Peak 34, Camas 28

Monroe 38, Shorecrest 13

Mariner 19, Everett 7

Lake Stevens 37, Bellevue 28

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Everett senior Rachael Dowdell reacts to an early missed shot by Monroe junior Siena Gamer in a match held Thursday, Sept. 8. The game halted at the 14-minute, 32-second mark due to issues with field lights. No final score. The match is rescheduled for Oct. 1.

Weekly community sports photo contest
Send us your best shot! The Tribune is starting a contest for the best sports shot of the week from the community. We will print the winning photo, and each week’s contest winner gets a $10 Starbucks gift card plus photo credit.
Any high school game can count toward the weekly contest. To qualify, what we need with a submission is that: It needs to arrive by Sunday evening, needs to have the names of all players in the photo from both teams, the date of the game, and a description of what’s happening in the photo.
Photos should be emailed to

September 7 edition: The Tribune went to press earlier than usual Sept. 2, before that night's football games, due to Labor Day. Watch next week's Tribune for the start of high school sports coverage.


Published in the August 31, 2022 Tribune

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Everett AquaSox second baseman Justin Lavey (left) reaches to tag out Spokane Indians baserunner Braiden Ward, after Ward slid past the bag on a steal attempt of second base during action in the Sox’s 5-3 win over Spokane on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 28 while AquaSox shortstop James Parker (standing) watches. The win was the Sox’s third-straight as they took the series with Spokane by winning four of six games. Sunday’s game also concluded a lengthy 12-game homestand for the Sox. The team hits the road to Oregon this week as they started a six-game series against the Emeralds in Eugene. The Sox will return home to Funko Field to wrap up the season with a six-game series with the Hillsboro Hops starting Sept. 6. The AquaSox were 56-63 on the season heading into the Eugene series and were fourth in the Northwest League standings behind first-place Eugene, Vancouver and Spokane.


Published in the August 24, 2022 Tribune

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Everett AquaSox’s Robert Perez Jr. reaches out to drive the ball into right field during the Sox’s 10-3 win over the Vancouver Canadians on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 21.
The win was the Sox’s second in a row after losing six straight games, including the first four games in their six-game series with the Canadians.
The Sox (52-61 as of Monday) continue a 12-game homestand this week as the Spokane Indians come to town for a six-game series with the Sox that started on Tuesday. The team then travels to Eugene to take on the Emeralds before finishing off the regular season with a six-game series on Funko Field against the Hillsboro Hops starting Sept. 6.

County Sports Hall of Fame event is Sept. 28

The Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame will honor eight people and the whole 1982 Arlington High School Girls Basketball team at a ceremony Wednesday, Sept. 28 at Angel of the Winds Arena. Tickets are on sale.
The eight individuals to be honored are:
• Bianca Rowland, a volleyball standout who starred in college and played professional volleyball overseas.
• Carol Quarterman-Kummerle, who swam for Pacific Lutheran University and was on the Northwest Conference Championships Team.
• Darrell Storkson, who won in the Professional Bowlers Association and previously owned Evergreen Bowling Lanes of Everett.
• Grady Sizemore, whose Major League Baseball career nabbed him the American League Golden Glove Award and American League Silver Slugger Award.
• Coach Enoch Bagshaw, who led the Everett Seagulls football team to two unofficial National Championships in 1919 and 1920.
• Coach Ernie Goshorn, who was a successful cross country and track coach.
• Everett Athletic Director Robert Polk, one of the greatest athletics directors until his untimely 2021 death.
• Jim Carter, a youth football official for 51 years.
— Tribune staff


Published in the August 10, 2022 Tribune


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Everett AquaSox Victor Labrada slides safely into third base with a triple, as Hillsboro Hops third baseman Deyvison De Los Santos reaches down for the ball during the third inning of the Sox’s 14-11 loss on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium on Sunday, Aug. 7.
The Sox scored five runs to take a 5-3 lead in the third and tacked on another three in the fourth. However they were unable to keep the lead and lost for a fifth straight time as they took just one of six against Hillsboro in last week’s homestand.
The Sox (48-53) head to Pasco for a six-game series against
the Tri-City Dust Devils this week, and return home for two weeks of home games at Funko Field starting Aug. 16, first against the Vancouver Canadians and then against the Spokane Indians.

In the season's second half, as of Aug. 8, the standings are:
1. Vancouver Canadians: 23 wins, 12 losses; 53-45 season
2. Eugene Emeralds: 22 wins, 14 losses; 60-39 season
3. Spokane Indians: 17 wins, 18 losses; 51-48 season
4. Everett AquaSox: 17 wins, 19 losses; 48-53 season
5. Hillsboro Hops: 16 wins, 20 losses; 49-55 season
6. Tri-City Dust Devils: 12 wins, 24 losses; 41-58 season


Published in the July 27, 2022 Tribune


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On a rehab assignment with the Everett AquaSox, Seattle Mariner outfielder Mitch Haniger drives the ball toward the infield as he was at bat during the Sox’s 12-7 loss to the Eugene Emeralds on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium on Sunday, July 24. Haniger homered in the first inning to give the Sox an early lead.
Having returned to the field after the four-day All-Star game break, the Sox were swept in a three-game series last weekend. The Sox (43-46 on the season at press time on Monday) headed out this week for a six-game roadtrip north of the border in Vancouver, and will return home next week.
The Sox have a homestand in Everett next week, playing against the Hillsboro Hops in six consecutive games from Aug. 2 through Aug. 7. The homestand opens with an early 11:05 a.m. Kids Day game on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
At press time on Monday, the Sox stand at 12-12 in third-place of the Minor League Baseball Class High-A Northwest League standings behind Eugene and first-place Vancouver for the second-half. The Sox finished third during the season’s first-half with a 31-34 record for the first half.


Published in the June 22, 2022 Tribune


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Everett AquaSox infielder Mike Salvatore points to the left field wall as he circles the bases after hitting a two-run shot 364 feet over the wall in left field to tie the score at 4-4 in the sixth inning of the Sox versus Tri-City Dust Devils game on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium on Sunday, June 19. While the Sox were able to come back and score four runs in the sixth-inning to tie the score, the Dust Devils hit two solo homeruns in the 8th inning to clinch a 6-4 win. The Sox (30-32 on the season) returned home last week after sweeping the Hops in Hillsboro in a six-game series and were able to split the six-game series against the Dust Devils winning three of the six. The Sox returned to the road this week with a six game series in Spokane and then travel to Eugene for six, before heading home to start a six-game series against the Vancouver Canadians on July 4.


Published in the May 25, 2022 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther Cam Sage keeps a hand on second base as Cascade Bruin shortstop Ashlyee Bloch looks up for the call from the umpire during Sage’s successful steal of the bag late in the Panthers’ 14-7 loss to the second-seeded Cascade Bruins in the District One 3A championship game at Phil Johnson Fields in Everett on Thursday May 19. The Panthers were lifted into the title game after they beat the Everett Seagulls 15-14 in the district tournament’s quarter-finals two
days earlier. The Bruins’ Abby Surowiec pitched a complete game as she cooled the Panthers’ hot-hitting bats and held Snohomish to seven runs. The Panthers’ loss snapped a 16-game winning streak for them. The Bruins took a 4-0 lead in the top of the first inning with back-to-back homeruns and hit seven homeruns in all.
After seven straight seasons of missing out,
the Bruins will move on to the State tournament in Lacey where they will face the Yelm Tornados (18-5) this Friday, May 27.
It will be the Panthers’ seventh straight trip into the State tournament, were they’ll open play against the Bishop Blanchet Bears (20-4) from Seattle on Friday.


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Everett Seagull Taylor Millar lets off a pitch during play in the District One, 3A tournament at Phil Johnson Ballfields
in Everett on Thursday, May 19 against the Marysville-Getchell Chargers. The Gulls opened the tournament with a 9-8 win over the Ferndale Golden-Eagles on Friday, May 13. They continued play on Tuesday, May 17 where they beat the Monroe Bearcats 5-3. They then faced the tournament’s top-seeded Snohomish Panthers in a see-saw battle that same day.
The Gulls lost 15-14. They returned to the tournament on Thursday where they lost 8-1 to the Chargers. The Gulls had one more chance to head to the State tournament by facing the Bearcats one more time. As the Cascade Bruins were on their way to the tournament title on the next field over, the Gulls were shutout 15-0 by the Bearcats. The Gulls finished the season 16-7.
The Bearcats are heading to State for the third time in the past four years. They were the fourth seed in the District tournament.


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With her fellow teammates gathered to greet her, Glacier Peak Grizzlies’ Faith Jordan (15) prepares to touch home plate after hitting a three-run homer to tie the game 3-3 during the semi-final match up between the Grizzlies and the Kamiak Knights in the 4A Bi-District Tournament at Everett’s Phil Johnson Ballfields on Wednesday, May 18. Down by three midway through the game, the Grizzlies were able to tie the score with Jordan’s homerun. They then took the lead as Jordan hit
a second homerun on her next at-bat. Jordan, who also pitched the complete game for the Grizzlies, held the Knights scoreless into the final inning where she let a pitch sail high over the catcher’s mitt, allowing the tying run to score. Kamiak scored a walk-off run in the ninth inning to beat the Grizzlies 4-3. The loss ended the Grizzlies’ season at 15-7.
The Jackson Timberwolves took the tournament title and will be the lone Wesco participants in the State tournament that begins Friday, May 27 in Spokane.

Track and field members heading to State

Area schools are sending members to the State track and field championships to be held at Tahoma High School. The Snohomish girls track team is sending 15 to the upcoming State 3A competitions, and the Snohomish boys track team is sending a few members. The Everett Seagulls and Monroe Bearcats are sending competitors to 3A as well. Glacier Peak and Lake Stevens will be well-represented in 4A competition at the meet, from the “heat sheets” of listed competitors.

Published in the May 18, 2022 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther shortstop Emma Hansen throws the ball to first base after putting out Everett Seagull baserunner Isa Davis in a double-play attempt during the final regular season game for both teams in Snohomish on Wednesday, May 11. Hansen nailed two homeruns in the game while fellow Panthers Evy Massena and Sky Bristol each hit one as the Panthers beat the Seagulls 9-2 and kept the winning streak alive at 14 games. The 3A District tournaments began last Friday where the Gulls (14-5 overall at the start of this week) defeated Ferndale 9-8 to advance into the tournament’s quarterfinal-round at Phil Johnson Fields in Everett on Tuesday, May 17 against the Monroe Bearcats which was played after the Tribune press time. Finishing at the top of the top of the Wesco 3A, and having the No. 1 seed in the tournament, The Panthers, 17-3 overall at the start of this week, advanced straight to the quarterfinal round where they played the ninth seeded Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks. The tournament concludes with the title game at 4 p.m. on Thursday, May 19 at Phil Johnson Fields.


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After a season in which the Glacier Peak Grizzly boys soccer team went 9-8-1, the season came to an end as the Grizzlies lost 2-0 to the Redmond Mustangs at Glacier Peak on Tuesday, May 10. After winning three of the their last five regular season games, the Grizzlies began the Bi-District tournament as the No. 5 seed where they lost to the Issaquah Eagles 3-0 in Issaquah on Thursday, May 5. Above, Grizzly Joshua Abbott high kicks the ball during first-half action in the May 10 game against Redmond.

AquaSox pummeled, play at home this week

EVERETT — The Everett AquaSox minor league baseball team was tossed around by the Tri-City Dust Devils on a trip to Pasco. They were shut out three games in a row against the team from the Tri-Cities.
The Sox are playing in town this week in a six game series at Funko Field against the Hillsboro Hops that began after press time Tuesday, May 17. The Sox have had a 11-21 season so far as of Monday, April 16. The team from Eugene Emeralds lead the Northwest League High-A minor league standings.

Published in the May 11, 2022 Tribune


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At left, Snohomish Panther Alli Wilson (center – wearing helmet) is swarmed by her teammates as they celebrate her game-winning hit in the Panthers’ 9-8 come from behind win over the Archbishop Murphy Wildcats at Valley View Middle School Field in Snohomish on Friday, May 6. At top right, Panther Brynn VanBrunt successfully slides into second base with a steal attempt as Archbishop Murphy’s Bella Bombach reaches out for the late throw from the catcher during action in the May 6 game.
After taking a five-run lead, the Panthers watched as the Wildcats mounted an eight run rally. After scoring a run in the sixth inning, the Panthers needed two more, where Wilson came through, with a two-run single, with two outs in the seventh to clinch the Panthers 12th straight win. With two games this week, which will conclude the regular season, the Panthers were 12-1 in league play and 15-3 overall as they entered the week in first place of the Wesco 3A. Averaging about five and half runs per game, while holding opponents to just 2½ runs per game, the Panthers will begin play in the District tournament at Everett’s Phil Johnson fields on Tuesday, May 17. Archbishop Murphy stood 2-11 overall.


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Snohomish sophomore defender Sam Minugh tries to get around Everett Seagulls sophomore midfielder Liang Soto-Jimenez during first-half action of the match between Snohomish and Everett held in Snohomish Tuesday, May 3. Everett won 3 - 2. The Seagulls scored first and attacked the entire first half. Both sides scored in the second period.


Published in the May 4, 2022 Tribune


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With his eye on the ball (in the upper left) Monroe catcher, Junior Ryan Hampton, strains to cover home plate as Snohomish runner Nickolas Sakamoto slides for the score in early inning play. The Monroe Bearcats squeaked in a 9-8 win on a blustery evening Tuesday, April 26 in Monroe. The Snohomish Panthers loaded the bases on their first at bat and drove in two runs to take the early lead. They held that lead handily into the 5th and 6th innings when Monroe came alive and took the lead. In the 5th, Snohomish had 8 runs, 12 hits and 1 error. The Bearcats had 6 runs, 7 hits and 1 error. The 7th inning was scoreless.


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Snohomish Panther sophomore Emerson Norris returns a serve from Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks’ Brooke Asper during singles play in the Panthers and Tomahawks match in Snohomish on Thursday, April 28. The match was suspended mid-way through when rain began to fall, and is rescheduled for completion at sometime this week. Norris was leading at the interruption of play. The tennis regular season wraps up this week as the Panthers (9-1 overall, 4-0 league play) have a full schedule with matches every day of the week, to catch-up for a number of rain canceled matches during the season. The
Wesco North league tournament is scheduled to begin next week on May 10 and 11 in Stanwood.



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Glacier Peak Grizzlies’ Christian DeLeon (No. 5 - left) and Kamiak Knights’ Aidan Drought (No. 6 – right) battle for control of the ball during play in the Grizzlies’ 4-1 loss to the Knights at Glacier Peak on Tuesday, April 26. It was the Grizzlies’ second loss in five games. The regular season wrapped up this week with the Grizzlies’ regular season game played on Tuesday, after press time against the Jackson Timberwolves in Everett. Entering this week, the Grizzlies were 8-4-1 overall and 3-3-1 in league play, and will enter the District 1 / District 2 4A district tournament which begins this week on Thursday, May 5. Bracketing of the tournament had not been established at Tribune press time.

Published in the April 27, 2022 Tribune


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Glacier Peak took a 5 - 4 win over Kamiak in a 4A league game on a stunning Friday, April 22 at Glacier Peak. Glacier Peak’s Bri Titus smashed an over-the-fence homer and later drove in three runs. GP’s Ashleigh Wojcik smashed a double, with Lauren Hufford providing an RBI. Pitcher Brynna Farman threw a complete game. GP stands 13-1 and 3-0 in 4A league play. Above, Kamiak sophomore Aliya Boonsripisal is safe at first; she had an RBI later in the game. Kamiak’s Samantha Rohwer hit in a solo run and Grace Rudek and Elisabeth Funston scored RBIs. Kamiak stands 8-5, 1-2 on the season.


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Snohomish Panther junior Kale Hammer delivers a pitch during the Panthers’ 10-0 win over the Everett Seagulls on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday, April 22 as the second game of a doubleheader. Hammer struck out 12 and allowed just one hit while pitching the complete second game. The Panthers were able to win over the Gulls in the first game as well, winning 9-1. Sitting at the top of the Wesco 3A North division, the Panthers (14-4) have won 10 of their last 11 games entering this week. The Seagulls were 6-11 as they entered this week. The regular season wraps up this week.


Published in the April 20, 2022 Tribune


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After putting out Meadowdale Maverick runner Jenaly Gabriel, Snohomish Panther Emma Hansen winds up to throw the ball to first base during a double play attempt in the Panthers’ 11-0 win over the Mavericks in Snohomish on Friday, April 15. Homeruns
by Hurley Morsberg and Evy Massena contributed to the Panthers’ score. The team notched its fifth-straight win. After a slow start of the season, the Panther bats have heated up with the team averaging 7.5 runs per game and outscoring their opponents by 67 runs. With just over three weeks remaining in the season, the Panthers were 8-3 overall, 5-1 in league play at the start of this week.


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Above, Monroe Bearcats pitcher Eli Miller, a junior, is caught between Everett Seagulls third baseman Eddie Diel, a senior, and catcher Octavious “Doc” Tovar-Vasquez, a junior, during the baseball game in Monroe on Friday, April 15. The Seagulls boomed to a two-run lead in the first inning, and led until the third when Monroe loaded the bases and brought two runs home on a double. Both teams scored in the final innings. The Bearcats won 9 - 7.

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Mountlake Terrace junior Oliver Clark is doubleteamed by Monroe teammates sophomore Tanner Summers (No. 8) and classmate Trenton Skurdal (No. 5) in first-half play. The Monroe Bearcats took a 6 - 1 win over the Hawks on Tuesday, April 15 in Monroe. The Bearcats jammed three goals in the game’s opening 10 minutes. Monroe scored three more goals in the second half.
The Bearcats stand 6 - 2 on the season with the Hawks at 2 - 6.

Selected recent game scores

Tuesday, April 12:
Kamiak 6; Glacier Peak 4
Wednesday, April 13:
Jackson 12; Lake Stevens 2
Thursday, April 14:
Snohomish 14; Marysville-Pilch. 0

Wednesday, April 13:
Monroe 10; Lynnwood 5
Glacier Peak 6; Meadowdale 1
Thursday, April 14:
Glacier Peak 9; Shorewood 5
Friday, April 15:
Cascade 13; Mariner 3

Tuesday, April 12:
Lynnwood 2; Snohomish 1
Friday, April 15:
Glacier Peak 6; Jackson 1
Lake Stevens 3; Kamiak 2

Published in the April 13, 2022 Tribune


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Monroe Senior Seth Baldwin slides safely at second while Lake Stevens second baseman TK Perkins waits for the throw. The Bearcats took a loss to Lake Stevens 4 - 5 on Tuesday, April 5 in Monroe. Lake Stevens scored first and led 2 - 0 for several innings. The Bearcats came alive in the 6th inning to draw to within 1 but stalled there without scoring during the 7th inning. Monroe Senior Kolby Wheadon and Junior Conner Scott each had two hits. Junior Carter Sprague, a Monroe pitcher, produced three scoreless innings in relief. The Bearcats stand 5-5 on the season. Lake Stevens stands 7-3.


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Snohomish Panther junior Gabriel Esterly and Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawk Jonathan Galvan (20) battle for a loose ball during play in the Panthers’ 1-3 loss to the Tomahawks in Snohomish on Tuesday, April 5. It was a rough week for the Panthers
last week as they lost three straight, including the Marysville-Pilchuck loss and a 1-4 loss to Arlington. With the season just past the halfway point, the Panthers find themselves with a record of 5-3-1 entering this
week and stood 4-3-1 in league play.

Selected recent game scores

Monday, April 4:
Cascade 20; Cedarcrest 5
Tuesday, April 5:
Snohomish 3; Stanwood 2
Archbishop Murphy 1; Everett 0
Jackson 9; Lynnwood 0
Cascade 2; Meadowdale 3
Kamiak 6; Mountlake Terrace 3
M’ville-Pilch. 5; Glacier Peak 0
Wednesday, April 6:
Lake Stevens 10; Everett 0
Jackson 14; Cascade 2
Glacier Peak 8; Arlington 5
Snohomish 8; M’ville-Getchell 3
Stanwood 4; Monroe 3
Thursday, April 7:
Glacier Peak 9; Everett 0
Snohomish 12; M’ville-Getch. 2
Arlington 5; Lake Stevens 4

Monday, April 4:
Snohomish 8; Kamiak 1
Monroe 9; Cedarcrest 6
Everett 24; Mariner 0
Tuesday, April 5:
Monroe 10; Mariner 2
Wednesday, April 6:
Archbishop Murph. 19; Shorecrest 4

Tuesday, April 5:
Cascade 5; Stanwood 0
Glacier Peak 2; Mariner 1
Monroe 5; M’ville-Getchell 0
Everett 2; Arlington 0
M’ville-Pilchuck 3; Snohomish 1
Jackson 3; Lake Stevens 0
Friday, April 8:
Glacier Peak 0; Kamiak 2
Snohomish 1; Arlington 4
Monroe 3; Stanwood 0

Tennis (girls)
Monday, April 4:
Mariner 0; Kamiak 7
Wednesday, April 6:
Archbishop Murphy 5; Mariner 2

Published in the April 6, 2022 Tribune


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Monroe Bearcat catcher Scarlett Nagy makes a tag at home in the late stages of Monroe’s win 4 - 3 against Glacier Peak on Monroe’s home field Wednesday,
March 30 under a constant rain.


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Snohomish Panther Gavin Maynard slides into home plate as Glacier Peak Grizzly catcher Jacob Erickson has to jump to catch the ball as the Panthers took a seven-run lead, and went on to beat the Grizzlies 14-4 at Glacier Peak on Tuesday, March 29.
The Panthers (7-3, 1-2 league) continued last week with two more wins, beating Lake Stevens 5-4 followed with a 9-1 win over Stanwood. The Grizzlies (6-2, 0-0 league) came back with a 4-3 win over Stanwood and a 7-5 win over Monroe to finish off last week.


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Glacier Peak Grizzly sophomore Dylan Bryant (center) tries to weave the ball between Lake Stevens Viking junior Lucas Joehnk (left) and senior Dylan Lozano as the two teams played to a 2-2 tie on the pitch at Glacier Peak High School on Thursday, March 31.With just over three-weeks into the season the Grizzlies are 4-1-1, as the they travel on the Mukilteo circuit this week with games at Mariner and Kamiak. The Vikings entered this week at 3-2-1.
In other soccer news, the Snohomish Panthers started this week at 5-1-1 overall, and 4-1-1 in league play. The Monroe Bearcats were 5-2-0 overall while the Everett Seagulls started this week at 5-1-1. All three are in the top five of the Wesco 3A standings.

Monroe High’s Sports Medicine Club heading to State competition
MONROE — Twenty teens in Monroe High’s Sports Medicine Club will be competing at a state competiton on sports physiology and injury management in Tacoma on April 22 and 23.
Competition categories include First Aid, exercise science, anatomy and physiology and medical terminology. Also, they’ll do “speed” injury taping events.
“Will be competing against 30 other schools around Washington with about 750 high-schoolers there,” club teacher and adviser Heather Sevier said. “I have a great group of students this year, and I am confident that they will do their best and we will place very well.”
The club’s recent “Neon Stride” 5K raised $2,000 for the trip, she said.

Published in the March 30, 2022 Tribune


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Arlington’s Reagan Ryan scores the go-ahead run in Monroe’s 2-1 loss to Arlington on Friday, March 25 on the Bearcats’ home field.
Monroe held a slim 1-0 lead until the sixth inning (above) when Arlington loaded the bases and Monroe walked in the tying run. On the tying run above, Arlington slid home faster than a throw could reach Bearcat catcher freshman Scarlett Nagy.
Monroe was to host Lynnwood on Monday, March 28 after press time but the game was canceled. The Bearcats also are set to host Glacier Peak on Wednesday.


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Glacier Peak Grizzly second baseman Turner Domann has trouble catching a low throw from the catcher as Marysville-Getchell Charger base runner Brad Aasen successfully steals second base late in the Friday, March 25 game at Glacier Peak. Glacier Peak’s Logan Hall hit a two run homer that sealed a 5-2 win for the Grizzlies. It was the Grizzlies’ fourth straight win, which included a 16-7 win over Shorewood on Monday, March 21. The Grizzlies entered this week 4-1 in Wesco play.
Over on the softball diamond, the Glacier Peak girls entered this week undefeated with a record of 4-0, and have outscored their opponents in runs with a 17-6 ratio.
In Snohomish High School news: The Panther softball team entered this week at 3-3 as the girls won two of three last week, losing to Shorewood 2-1 on Friday. In baseball the Panthers lost three straight last week, but are still ahead as they were 4-3 entering this week.

Other selected recent game scores

March 22: Kamiak, 4; Snohomish, 1
March 22: Archbishop-Murphy, 12; King’s, 2
March 23: Stanwood, 5; Everett, 3
March 24: Arlington, 6; Snohomish, 5

March 21: Everett, 9; Stanwood, 7
March 22: Jackson, 5; Bellevue, 4
March 24: Snohomish, 12; Marsville-Getchell, 2
March 25: Snohomish, 1; Shorewood, 2

March 22: Glacier Peak, 4; North Creek, 1
March 25: Monroe, 2; Edmonds-Woodway, 1
March 25: Everett, 3; Cedarcrest, 0
March 25: Snohomish, 1; Meadowdale, 1

Published in the March 23, 2022 Tribune


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After catching a fast moving grounder up the middle, Snohomish Panther shortstop Emma Hansen spins around and dives toward second base to tag out Glacier Peak Grizzly base runner Tyler Gordon (22). The two cross-valley rivals opened the season
at Snohomish High School on Wednesday, March 16, with the Grizzles shutting out the Panthers 3-0. It was only the second time in Glacier Peak history that they were able to notch a win over Snohomish. The Panthers went to the Auburn Invitational on Saturday, March 19, beating Redmond 3-2, then taking a 3-0 loss to Kentwood.
In softball, the Monroe Bearcats split two games last week, beating Kamiak 10-7 followed by a 9-7 loss to Lake Stevens. The Everett Seagulls opened the season with a 17-3 win over Granite Falls in their lone game of last week.


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As a Jackson player tries sliding toward first base, Monroe Bearcat first baseman Griffin Montana positions himself to catch a throw from Monroe pitcher Seth Baldwin during a season-opener game March 15 in Monroe. The Bearcats’ season opener was spoiled by rival Jackson High winning 7-3.
Jackson scooped another win Thursday, March 17, beating Bothell 5-3. Monroe’s baseball team got on the board with a win Wednesday, March 16, taking a 15-10 victory over Ingraham. Monroe won 6-2 Friday, March 18 against Eastside Catholic.
In Monroe softball, the Bearcats split two games last week, beating Kamiak 10-7 followed by a
9-7 loss to Lake Stevens.


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The Snohomish Panthers snagged a 3-0 win over the visiting Stanwood Spartans on a drizzly Friday, March 18. The Panthers scored twice in the first half and once in the second half, holding Stanwood to 0 for the match. One of the Panthers’ goals came in the first half when freshman Noah Nyman and sophomore Shamus Vermeulen overpowered the Stanwood goalie.
Snohomish hosted Mountlake Terrace Tuesday, March 22 for a match after press time.

Softball, baseball, soccer and tennis high school sports seasons generally begin the week of March 14. Watch for the March 23 edition for coverage.

Published in the March 9, 2022 Tribune

Local girls teams go far in State basketball playoffs

Both the Lake Stevens Vikings and the Snohomish Panther girls teams advanced far in the State basketball championship tournament at the Tacoma Dome, while Arlington made it to the Final Four and came close to taking the title.
In 3A girls, Snohomish’s run was thrown off-course by the Arlington Eagles in a game Thursday, March 3. No. 3-seeded Arlington advanced with a 50-47 win over No. 5-seeded Snohomish. Snohomish hung on by winning 81-56 in a loser-out game against Lakeside March 4, and ultimately landed fourth in the State tournament with a 51-43 win against Stanwood in a game Saturday, March 5. Stanwood placed sixth.
In 4A girls, No. 4-seeded Lake Stevens made it through to a consolation game, falling to Camas 54-39. While navigating the bracket, Lake Stevens’ chase for the title took a few lumps. They won 41-37 over Rogers High School on March 2, but lost 35-37 to Pasco the following day and were bounced out of the tournament.
In girls 3A, Garfield won the title over Lake Washington. Woodinville won the 4A girls title over Sumner.
In boys 3A, Auburn won the title over Rainier Beach. Curtis won the 4A boys title over Mount Si.

Published in the March 2, 2022 Tribune


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Lake Stevens Viking senior Chloe Pattison tries to eye the basket as she prepares for a layup while being defended by Eastlake Wolves’ Krista Kostoff during the State regional round at Everett Community College on Saturday, Feb. 26. While the Vikings took a sizeable lead early, the Wolves came back late in the first-half. The fourth-seed Vikings fell 54-44. Despite the loss, the Vikings will be in the annual State Hardwood Classic at the Tacoma Dome, and will face Rogers, a school in Puyallup, on March 2. Had the Vikings beaten the Wolves, they would have had a first-round bye and procceded directly to the tournament quarter-finals.


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Determined to sink two points into the basket, Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Bobby Siebers (right) fights his way past the Graham-Kapowsin Eagles’ Avery Isler (center) and Elijah Cain during second-half action of State Regional round play at Everett Community College on Saturday, Feb. 26. In a game that at times resembled a schoolyard brawl, the Grizzlies found themselves behind throughout, and lost 58-56. With the game being a loser-out one, the Grizzlies ended their season with a record of 14-6.

Also advancing in the State basketball championships at the Tacoma Dome are:
• The Snohomish High girls, who will next play No. 12-ranked Bonney Lake.
• The Mariner boys, who will face No. 11 Olympia. Mariner lost 46-56 at a Feb. 25 game.
Out: The Jackson boys and the Everett girls are not advancing after taking losses in “win-or-go-home” games during the weekend’s regional rounds. Regionals winnow down the field.

Published in the February 23, 2022 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther sophomore Catherine Greene (right) battles under the basket for a re-bound with Stanwood Spartan defenders Tatum Brager (left) and Vivienne Berrett (center) early in the first-half of the Panthers’ 54 - 46 loss to the Spartans in the District 1,
3A tournament in Marysville-Pilchuck’s gym on Tuesday, Feb. 15. It was the Panthers’ first
loss in tournament play and sent them to a winner-to-State, loser-out game against
Mountlake Terrace on Saturday, Feb. 19, which took place after the Tribune’s early press time on Friday due to Presidents’ Day.
In other girls basketball tournament play, the Lake Stevens Vikings beat Eastlake 48-46 on Tuesday, Feb. 15 sealing a berth to the State tournament and placing them into the title game of the District 1 / 2 4A tournament against Woodinville on Saturday, Feb, 19 after press time. The Glacier Peak Grizzlies lost to Eastlake 58-35 on Tuesday, Feb. 15 and played Inglemoor on Saturday, Feb. 19 in a winner-to-State, loser-out game.


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Jo Lee, a freshman Glacier Peak guard, flies through Bothell’s defense toward making two of his 16 points during a 4A Districts matchup Tuesday, Feb. 15. Glacier Peak won 76 - 62,
with senior guard Bobby Siebers leading all scoring. Siebers broke a school record with 38 points.
Two days later, Jackson downed Glacier Peak 65-55 in a semi-final game Thursday, Feb. 17.
Glacier Peak played a loser-out game against Skyline on Friday, Feb. 18 (after the Tribune’s early press time) to determine which team advances to the State tournament.
No. 10-ranked Jackson, entering Districts as an underdog, punched its ticket to State by winning the game against No. 5 Glacier Peak on Thursday, Feb. 17. It also bested No. 2 Mariner 67 - 62 on Feb. 12 but lost to No. 3 Woodinville on Tuesday, 70 - 76.
No. 2-ranked Mariner clawed its way back, making it to the finals by way of topping
No. 4 Skyline on Thursday, Feb. 17. This win punched Mariner’s ticket into State.
By way of their paths to reach the finals, Mariner and Jackson faced off again Friday, Feb. 18 to determine who places third and who places fourth in the Districts championship. The games held Friday, Feb. 18 and Saturday, Feb. 19 happened after the Tribune went to press early on Friday on a short schedule because of Presidents’ Day.

Published in the February 16, 2022 Tribune


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Jackson junior Sylas Williams presses for the net during Jackson’s upset win over Mariner 62-57 in the 4A District 1 matchup on Saturday, Feb. 12 at Mariner High School.
No. 10-ranked Jackson advanced to play No. 3-ranked Woodinville in a winner-to-State semi-finals game Tuesday, Feb. 15 after press time.
No. 2-ranked Mariner, which until this game hadn’t taken a loss within the 4A league, got sidelined into a do-or-die game against North Creek for districts that happened Tuesday, Feb. 15 after press time. If Mariner dominates in districts, it can achieve third place in the Districts Finals and earn the ability to play in the State tournament.


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Snohomish Panther senior Ella Gallatin streaks around Meadowdale Mavericks’ Gia Powell during the early part of the Panthers’ 69-55 win in the 3A District 1 game at Snohomish on Friday, Feb. 11. With the win over the Mavericks, the second-seeded Panthers advanced to the semi-finals where they took on the Stanwood Spartans
in Marysville on Tuesday, Feb. 15 after press time. The District tournament concludes this Saturday with the top five teams headed to the State tournament which begins late next week.
Also advancing in Districts are both the boys and girls teams for the Glacier Peak Grizzlies and Everett Seagulls, as well as the Lake Stevens girls.

Published in the February 9, 2022 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther junior Amari Biggs (center) heads to the basket while being surrounded by a flock of Everett Seagulls consisting of, from left, sophomore Isaiah White, senior Daniel Wood (4) and senior Jaiden Teklemicheal, at Snohomish on Monday, Jan. 31. The two teams kept the game tight as the Seagulls were able beat the Panthers 67-66 and hand the Panthers their seventh-straight loss. The Gulls started this week at 10-8 (9-4 league) and wrapped up the regular season with a game in Stanwood on Monday after press time. The Seagulls are looking towards post-season play, however the district tournament seeding had yet to be determined at press time.
The Panthers were 5-12 overall, 3-10 in league play at the start of this week, and concluded their season against Edmonds-Woodway on Tuesday after press time.

In other girl’s basketball, the Seagull girls had a six-game winning streak come to an end as the Panthers won 51-36. Both girl’s teams entered the District 1 tournament this week, as the Panthers (12-2 regular season) hosted the Ferndale Golden Eagles (9-8) and the Seagulls hosted Lynnwood (8-6) with both games played on Monday after press time.


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Lake Stevens Viking senior Cori Wilcox looks to the basket as she sets for a layup while being defended by Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Mya Wise (left) and senior Isabel Boettcher on her right as the Vikings defeated the Grizzlies 64-45 at Glacier Peak on Wednesday, Feb. 2. It was the Vikings’ fourth straight win as they started this week 16-2 and concluded the regular season with a match against Kamiak on Monday after press time. The Vikings head into district tournament play this Friday as the top seed out of the Wesco 4A. The Glacier Peak Grizzlies entered the week at 6-11 (2-4 league) and finished the season against Mariner on Monday, Feb. 7 after press time.

In other boys basketball news, on Feb. 2, the Lake Stevens boys beat the Grizzlies
65-61. The Grizzlies stood 11-4 (5-2 league) as of press time. Mariner tops the Wesco 4A league with a 7-0 league record (13-6 overall season) as of press time Monday, Feb. 7. Lake Stevens was in third place in the Wesco 4A standings at 3-4 league, 9-9
overall. There are five teams competing in the Wesco 4A boys basketball league this season. District playoffs will combine the Kingco 4A and Wesco 4A teams to determine district champions. District playoffs start Thursday, Feb. 10 with Jackson against Eastlake and Lake Stevens against Bothell.

Published in the February 2, 2022 Tribune


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Having driven between Archbishop Murphy Wildcat defenders, Hannah Humphrey (10), Taylor Reed (12) and Caroline Burns (lower), Everett Seagull sophomore Mylie Wugumgeg reaches for the basket during action in the Seagulls’ 54-41 win over the Wildcats at Everett High School Tuesday, Jan. 25. Being a double-header for the evening, the girl’s game was followed by the boys in which the Seagulls made it a sweep by defeating the Wildcats 69-65. With the regular season wrapping up this week, the Seagull girls entered the week at 6-6 overall and 4-2 in league play, at fourth in District 1 RPI ranking.
On Jan. 31, Everett lost to the Snohomish Panthers, a loss which interrupted their win streak.
The Everett boys were 8-7, 7-3 in league play.

At Snohomish High School, the Panther girls had their winning streak end last week at eight as they fell to the Arlington Eagles 57-44 on Monday, Jan. 24, and came back with a 45-39 win over Lynnwood on the following night. The Panthers entered this final week at 10-2 overall, 5-1 league while sitting at third in the District 1 RPI rankings.


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Monroe Bearcat sophomore Ethan Hogan fires for two of his game-high of 17 points during
the Bearcats’ loss to Mountlake Terrace
52-44 on Tuesday, Jan. 25.
Hogan made seven of his eight free throws during the game.
On Jan. 29, the Monroe boys took a 65-53 loss to Marysville-Pilchuck at a game held at Marysville-Pilchuck.
The Monroe boys stood 4-9 overall, 4-7 in league as of press time Jan. 31.

The Monroe girls, meanwhile, took three losses last week: 56-42 against Stanwood on Jan. 24, 52-35 against Mountlake Terrace on Jan. 25 and 48-30 on
Jan. 29 against Marysville-Pilchuck.

Published in the January 26, 2022 Tribune


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Being defended by Lake Stevens Viking senior Chloe Pattison (left) and sophomore Nisa Elis (directly behind her), Snohomish Panther senior Ella Gallatin has her lay-up shot knocked out of her hands, during play in the Panthers’ 64-43 win in Snohomish on Thursday, Jan. 20. In a long-standing and friendly rivalry between the two teams, the Panthers were able to prevail to keep the Vikings current winning streak this year to eight games. At 9-1 overall and 4-0 league, the Panthers continue to keep pace with the first-place Arlington Eagles as the two remain the only two teams in the Wesco 3A to have undefeated league records. Snohomish traveled to Arlington on Monday, Jan. 24, after press time, and took on the Eagles who were 9-2, 7-0 league, prior to the game. The Vikings came back from the Snohomish loss to beat Jackson 64-46 on Saturday, Jan. 22 as they keep a hold of first-place in the Wesco 4A with a record at the start of this week of 12-2 overall, 3-0 league.

In boys basketball,the Snohomish Panther boys took two losses last week: On Jan. 17, it was a 48-59 loss to Archbishop Murphy; on Jan. 21, it was 60-73 to Marysville-Pilchuck.
Lake Stevens took two losses: On Wednesday, Jan. 19, the Glacier Peak Grizzlies outdid the Vikings 72-41. On Saturday, Jan. 22, they lost 66-58 to Cedar Park Christian of Bothell.


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Glacier Peak won 57 - 54 over rival Jackson on a last second 3-point “nothing but net” slam made by 6-foot-5 senior forward A.J. Cline in a Wesco 4A league game Jan. 21.
In the photo, six-foot-four senior guard Bobby Siebers gets some hang time off of the net while sinking the ball. Siebers poured in 11 of his game-high 20 points in the second period. During the first half, under Jackson’s net he forced a turnover and ran the ball to make two points.
The Jackson five showed dominance early on with a strong defense and matching offense led by power forward six-foot-six junior Sylas Williams, who got 10 points, two 3-pointers, and snatched five rebounds.
It was a battle of titans in Wesco 4A. Glacier Peak now stands 9-1 overall, 3-0 league at press time while the Jackson Timberwolves are 10-3 overall, 1-2 league at press time.

The Grizzly girls basketball team took a win and loss last week.
They won 65-33 over Jackson on Thursday, Jan. 20 in a 4A match-up. They took a loss to Kentwood
58-54 in a specialty tourna-ment held at Kent’s ShoWare Center.

Published in the January 19, 2022 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther senior Ella Gallatin (center) looks to the basket as she is guarded by Burlington-Edison Tigers’ Hannah Herrgesell (arms raised up) and Amey Rainaud in the first-half of the Panthers’ 54-49 win over the Tigers in Snohomish on Friday, Jan. 14. The Panthers have won seven straight going into this week. At 4-0 league, 8-1 overall, the Panthers were sharing the top spot in the Wesco 3A with Arlington at the start of this week.

In boys basketball, the Panther boys team split their two games last week by beating Sedro-Woolley 46-44, followed by a loss to Mountlake Terrace 56-53. They entered this week at 4-5, 2-4 in league play.


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Monroe Bearcat junior Hayden Creswell drives for the paint against Lynnwood junior point forward Jordan Whittle in the Bearcats’ 71-47 win over the Lynnwood Royals Jan. 13 in Monroe. Monroe junior guard Steve Kuhnle delivered five 3-pointers and ended the match with 21 points as Monroe’s leading points-scorer.
Monroe started and stayed strong in the first half, while Lynnwood fell behind. Monroe led by two points at the first quarter, 14-12, then at the half Lynnwood had faded to 35-22.
Monroe stands at 4-4 overall, 4-2 in league play.

The Bearcat Girls team entered this week at 1-8 overall and 0-5 in league play.

Published in the January 12, 2022 Tribune


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From left, Glacier Peak Grizzly freshman Sammie Thoma, Lake Stevens Viking junior Ella Edens, Viking junior Nisa Ellis (34) and Grizzly senior Lexi Darlington battle for a rebound during first-half action of the
Vikings’ 70-32 win over the Grizzlies in Lake Stevens on Saturday, Jan. 8. The win was the Vikings fifth
straight and their first league win as they approach the mid-season mark at 7-1 (1-0 league). The Grizzlies dropped two straight last week, losing to Lakeside of Seattle 48-39 in a non-conference match prior to the Vikings loss. The Grizzlies entered this week 3-5 overall and 0-1 in league play.

In other girls basketball news, the Snohomish Panthers won their lone game last week 49-39 over the Archbishop Murphy Wildcats in league play action, and co-lead the Wesco 3A conference at 3-0 in a tie with Arlington. The Panthers are 6-1 overall. The Monroe Bearcat girls have had a rough season winning just one of their first seven games, however they can look forward to the fact that their next four games this week and next are at home against Shorewood (3-6). Lynnwood (3-4), Arlington (5-10) and Marysville-Getchell (5-4).



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The Snohomish Panthers repeatedly pounced on the Meadowdale Mavericks, taking a 53 - 35 win Friday, Jan. 7 on the home court of Snohomish High.
Here, Snohomish sophomore post Drew Davis (31), teammate junior post Andrew Seminara (0) and Mavericks senior guard Aiden Bloomquist (5)
battle for a rebound during first-half action. Seminara finished the game with 11 rebounds.
From tip-off, Snohomish unleashed a strong defense that held the Mavericks to 3 points in the first quarter and only 7 at the half. Snohomish stands 3-3 overall, and 2-2 in the Wesco 3A/2A conference. Meadowdale is 0-8 overall, 0-5 conference.

In other boys basketball news, the Monroe Bearcats took at 54-64 loss to Edmonds-Woodway Friday, Jan. 7. The Cascade Bruins eked out a 75-70 win over the Lynnwood Royals to take their first Wesco league win this season on Friday, Jan. 7. Lynnwood remains winless at 0-7 overall.


Published in the January 5, 2022 Tribune


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The Everett Seagulls took a 50-67 loss to Kings High School of Shoreline in a non-conference game Wednesday, Dec. 29. In the photo, Everett High junior guard Daniel Savovic snaps a high pass to junior post Hayden Conaxis. Conaxis went on to score 10 for the Seagulls. Savovic was the most-scoring Everett player in the game, bringing in 23 points for the Seagulls. Kings senior guard Jordan Hansen took a game-high 28 points and freshman guard Cam Hiatt dumped in 22 for Kings.
Everett stands at 3-5 overall for the season as of Jan. 3.
Multiple games were canceled last week because of snow interrupting the schedule.

Published in the December 29, 2021 Tribune


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Monroe Bearcat junior Adria Lincoln uses her 6-foot-1 height and reach to soar for two points in the Bearcats’ 59-54 win over the visiting Redmond Mustangs on Dec. 21 in Monroe. Lincoln showed strong shooting at the three-point line, too. The Bearcats got off to a lethargic start, holding a 13-12 lead at the first quarter. They doubled their score to lead at the half 30-24. In the second half, the hometown team nearly doubled again to win the non-conference duel.
Glacier Peak game scuttled: The Glacier Peak girls’ basketball team saw their Dec. 21 game against West Seattle canceled less than 36 hours before tip-off.

Published in the December 22, 2021 Tribune


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The home court Monroe Bearcats pulled a league win on rival Snohomish, 69 - 58 on Dec. 16. The hard-fought, physical game was close all the way. In the photo during the first half, Monroe senior guard Tyler Hogan drives for 2 of his 12 points collected. Monroe
junior guard Steve Kuhnle had a game-high 27.
Both coaches used constant subs in the game. Snohomish sophomore Drew Davis added 22 points and teammate, junior Amari Biggs, had 10.
Monroe stands 2-3 overall, 2-1 league and Snohomish stands at 2-3 overall, 1-2 league.
The Glacier Peak boys, meanwhile, won 61-54 against Issaquah Dec. 14.


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Snohomish Panther sophomore Catherina Greene (center) looks to the basket between Monroe Bearcat sophomore Cassidy Scott (right) and junior Adria Lincoln as Greene sets for a 2-point shot during the first half of the Panthers’ 59-45 win over the Bearcats in Snohomish on Friday, Dec.17. The Panthers had a successful week, as they took a 76-62 win over Kamiak on Dec. 15 along with the Friday win. With just a couple of weeks into the season, the Panthers find themselves in a four-team tie at the top of the Wesco 3A standings with Archbishop Murphy, Arlington and Stanwood as each team has two league wins. Snohomish stands at 2-0 league (5-1 overall). The Panther girls are off this week, and return to the court with a non-league game after Christmas. The Bearcats are winless having lost five-straight to open the season. The Monroe girls will play six-straight games at home starting this week through Jan. 12, with two being non-conference matchups.
The Glacier Peak girls have struggled a bit to start the season. The Grizzly girls won their lone game last week, beating Meadowdale 73-45, as they have yet to begin league play. The Grizzlies hosted West Seattle in a non-conference game on Dec. 21 after press time and will host Lake Washington in another non-conference game with a rare 1 p.m. start time on Tuesday, Dec. 28.

Silvertips update
The Everett Silvertips hockey team maintained their winning ways while mangling opponents last week.
The Tips held the Portland Winterhawks to overtime Dec. 14, taking a 3-4 loss on Portland’s home ice.
On Dec. 17, the Tips lost
2-5 against the Seattle Thunderbirds at their Kent arena.
The following night, the Tips hosted Seattle and won 4-1.
For “Undie Sunday” Dec. 19, a clothing fundraiser game against the Spokane Chiefs, the Everett Silvertips ran away with a 7-2 win.
The Everett team is on top of the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference standings with a 30 - 21 overall score as of midday Dec. 20.
The Seattle Thunderbirds now stand second with a 28-18 season; third are the Kamloops Blazers with a 27-19 season so far.
The Tips next play at home at Angel of the Winds Arena Jan. 1 playing host to the Portland Winterhawks.

Published in the December 15, 2021 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther senior Ella Gallatin attempts to drive with the ball around Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Hailey Stevenson (left and freshman Brynna Pukis (center) during first-half play in the Panthers 53-44 win at Glacier Peak on Tuesday, Dec. 7. The win over their cross-valley rival Grizzlies, put the Panthers at 3-1 to open the season. Their lone loss was to the Lincoln Abes of Tacoma, 52-50 in a non-league game in Tacoma. The Panthers play two at home this week as they host the Kamiak Knights on Wednesday, and the Monroe Bearcats this Friday.

The Glacier Peak Grizzlies opened this week at 2-3. After the loss to Snohomish on Dec. 7, the Grizzlies bounced back by beating the Everett Seagulls 38-36 at home on Saturday, Dec. 11.
In other Boys basketball action, the Snohomish Panthers opened this week at 1-2 and will play against both Cascade at home and at Monroe this week. The Grizzly boys came in to the week at 2-1 and will play two non-league games this week.


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Lake Stevens’ six-foot Junior guard, Maddox Preder soars for two of 27 points in the Vikings strong win 83 - 62 over the Everett Seagulls on Tuesday evening. The hometown Vikings showed strong outside shooting, with Preder adding six 3-pointers of his own. The Vikings controlled the nonconference match leading 22 - 10 at the first quarter and stretching the lead to 41 - 27 and the end of the first half. Viking Junior Marshall Adams, a guard, and teammate Samuel Gardner, Senior, guard, each scored 11 for Lake Stevens. The Everett Seagulls saw 6-foot-4 sophomore Isaiah White, a guard, score a team-high 22 points. Meanwhile, 6-foot-3 Hayden Conaxis, a Junior point guard, scored 12 for Everett.
Both schools possess a 1-1 record so far in the season.

Published in the December 8, 2021 Tribune


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Monroe Bearcat Point Guard Katelyn Paxton, a sophomore, goes over the top in early first period play between Monroe and North Creek on Friday, Dec. 3.
The Bearcats took a tough loss 42 - 61 to
the North Creek Jaguars. Jags Head Coach Calvin McHenty exhorted his team to “move, move” and move they did with the Jaguars making a strong passing game and power under the net. North Creek led 19 - 15 at the first quarter and pulled out to 36 - 17 at the half, leaving the Bearcats nearly scoreless in the second quarter.
As of press time, the Monroe girls next will play Meadowdale Thursday, Dec. 9 in a game at Meadowdale’s home court. The Bearcats played the Jackson Timberwolves Dec. 7 after press time.

Other basketball scores from last week
• Boys, Dec. 4: Snohomish 54, Juanita 41
• Boys, Dec. 3: Monroe 44, Cedar Park 46
• Boys, Dec. 3: Glacier Peak 74, North Creek 51
• Girls, Dec. 4: Snohomish 50, Lincoln 52
• Girls, Dec. 4: Everett 60, Mercer Island 20
• Girls, Dec. 3: Game 1: Glacier Peak 22, Issaquah 46
• Girls, Dec. 3: Game 2: Glacier Peak 51, Issaquah 69

Everett Silvertips update

The Everett Silvertips hockey team had another good week, beating the Spokane Chiefs 3-1 on Wednesday, Dec. 1 and then the Tri-City Americans 2-0 Friday, Dec. 3 and the then the Vancouver Giants 3-1 Friday, Dec. 4 at home.
The Tips lost 0-3 Saturday, Dec. 5 against the Portland Winterhawks.
This week, the Tips host the Kelowna Rockets on Wednesday, Dec. 8 in Everett before heading to the Tri-Cities of Washington for rematches against the Tri-City Americans.
The Silvertips, as of Dec. 2, stood atop the WHL Western Conference with a 17-1 season so far.
The Kamloops Blazers, of British Columbia, fell to second in the standings after taking a loss last week. Their season record is 17-2 as of Dec. 2.
The two teams do not play against each other again until February.
The Silvertips and the Kamloops team stand above the rest of the teams in the WHL’s Western Conference.

Lake Stevens sees State football title slip: The Lake Stevens Vikings came all the way to the final showdown, but were shown the door 44-7 by the Graham-Kapowsin Eagles in the State 4A Football Championship held at Mount Tahoma High School’s stadium.
Lake Stevens only clinched its seven points during the second quarter, whereas Graham-Kapowsin scored in all four quarters, according to the box score posted to
The Vikings were a bit of an underdog here as Graham-Kapowsin ran an unblemished perfect 14-0 season record and was the No. 1 seeded team in the tournament.
Lake Stevens was no slouch, of course, with its own perfect record entering the game, and for being the No. 3 seeded team of the tournament.
This year was the first time the Lake Stevens Vikings ever made it through to the championship game.

Published in the December 1, 2021 Tribune


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Lake Stevens choice receiver, senior Drew Carter, hauls in a fingertip catch in Saturday’s 45 - 28 win over Eastlake High School of Sammamish on a wet Saturday afternoon at Pop Keeney Stadium in Bothell. The win in against Eastlake advances Lake Stevens into the championship game for the first State 4A title. The No. 3 seeded Lake Stevens Vikings will face No. 1 seeded Graham-Kapowsin on Saturday, Dec. 4 in Tacoma for the title game. Graham-Kapowsin on Saturday dominated 42-0 in its 4A semifinal game.
Carter had 13 catches for 166 yards and two touchdowns.
The No. 3 Vikings seemed to struggle in the first half as the rain increased. They matched the Eastlake Wolves, scoring drive for drive, and scored on one field goal and missed another, seeming the underdog to the No. 2 seeded Eastlake bunch. The Vikings sat 3rd and 11 in the waning 24 seconds of the first half. Then, Viking quarterback senior Grayson Murren zinged a 14-yard end zone shot to Carter to lead at the half,
24 - 21. The Vikings carried that momentum to find their way back in the second half out scoring the Wolves to win the day.

Everett Silvertips update
The so-far dominant Everett Silvertips hockey team will be having plenty of action on its home ice this week.
The Silvertips play in Angel of the Winds Arena Wednesday, Dec. 1 hosting the Spokane Chiefs at 7:05 p.m., and again Friday, Dec. 3 hosting the Tri-City Americans at 7:05 p.m.. The Tips have another home game Saturday, Dec. 4 for their annual Teddy Bear Toss game, which starts at 6:05 p.m. against the Vancouver Giants.
They travel to Portland for Dec. 5 to play against the Portland Winterhawks.
Last week, the Silvertips had mixed results.
The Kamloops Blazers got the best of the Tips in a 3-2 loss on Saturday, Nov. 27. Kamloops’ win
dislodged the Silvertips from the top of the standings and handed the Everett team their only loss so far.
The Silvertips won 6-2 against the Tri-City Americans in a game in Everett on Nov. 24.
Kamloops, of British Columbia, lead the Western Hockey League standings with a 17-2 season as of Monday, Nov. 29; the Tips are second in the standings with a 16-1 season.
The two stand above the rest of the WHL’s Western Conference. The Seattle Thunderbirds are third with a 12-6 season as of Nov. 29.

F1 team owner Frank Williams dies: Sir Frank Williams, who catapulted his passion for motor racing into creating a championship-winning Formula One team, died Nov. 28. He was 79.
Drivers for Williams' team took championships in 1980, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1996 and 1997. A road accident in 1986 made Williams a tetraplegic.
He set up his first team in 1969, later selling that to Walter Wolf. He founded the current team in 1977. The family sold the Williams teamto an investment firm in 2020.

Published in the November 24, 2021 Tribune


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Lake Stevens junior running back Jayden Limar breaks for one of his four touchdowns while leading
the third-seeded Vikings to silence the sixth-seeded Gonzaga Prep 35 - 14.
The Vikings scored in the first two minutes of the first quarter. The Bullpups answered and the game was on in the back and forth first half. At the half the Vikings led 21 -14. Lake Stevens’ defense stiffened in the second half, holding the Gonzaga Prep team scoreless. Both teams came into the match unbeaten for the 4A state quarterfinal clash the Vikings won.
Lake Stevens (10-0) advances to the state 4A state semifinals for the third time in the past six full-length seasons. The Vikings will face No. 2 seed Eastlake (12-0) on Saturday, Nov. 27. The game will be held at 1 p.m. at Pop Keeney
Stadium in the Bothell area.

Archbishop Murphy are State 2A soccer champions
The Wildcats came home victorious in the State soccer tournament, taking the championship in Shoreline and kicking through a perfect season. The Wildcats went 23-0 overall for the season and took the 2A District title earlier this fall. Archbishop plays 3A teams in Wesco, but is classified 2A in State.
The Catholic school in south Everett held an all-school celebration assembly Monday, Nov. 22.

Snohomish volleyball downed at State: The Snohomish Panthers had their run halted in third-round play at State. The team beat Kentlake 3-2, but was silenced by Mead High School 0-3. The Panthers were siloed into a loser-out game against Kelso where Snohomish was beaten 3-1.

Published in the November 17, 2021 Tribune


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Glacier Peak’s run for State was barricaded by the Bothell Cougars in the first round of State playoffs Friday, Nov. 12. Bothell won 49 - 35. The Bothell bunch, seeded No. 9, roared back by erasing a 21-point first half disadvantage, swinging the momentum as the Glacier Peak Grizzlies, seeded No. 8, stalled with turnovers, broken plays and a collapsing defense.
Above, “go to” yardage man #15 GP Junior Trey Leckner breaks around the left end to gain footing. Leckner ran in a touchdown during the game.

Lake Stevens football team advancing in State
No. 3-seeded Lake Stevens won 52- 7 against No. 14 Richland in a game Saturday, Nov. 13 at Lake Stevens High School. The team stays in-county this week to play No. 6-seed
Gonzaga Prep of Spokane on Saturday, Nov. 20 at 4 p.m. at Lake Stevens High School for Round Two in 4A State.
Elsewhere in football, Snohomish’s run to State was wiped by Rainier Beach High School with a 28-14 loss on Friday, Nov. 5. Monroe also got knocked out with a 28-14 loss to Lakes High School Friday, Nov. 5.
In soccer, Snohomish is knocked out of State. The Panthers fought hard but lost 0-2 to
No. 1-seeded Gig Harbor on Saturday, Nov. 13. Glacier Peak, meanwhile, lost a game to Skyline 0-1 on Saturday, Nov. 13 and was knocked out of the 4A State tournament.


Snohomish advances to State

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Snohomish’s Liviya Harrison, five-foot-eight-inches tall, slams one of her seven kills in Snohomish’s 3 - 2 win against the Everett Seagulls Tuesday, Nov. 9 in a quarterfinal District 3A match on the Panthers home floor. Defending are Everett senior Lillian Thompson, who stands six feet, and Everett senior Tula Warrick-Ross, who also stands six feet tall.
Snohomish’s Harrison contributed three service aces and 12 digs. Teammate Anneke Hanson blasted 11 kills, and added three service aces. On defense, she scooped nine digs and blocked three shots from Everett. Snohomish’s Ayla Grant a five-foot-eight junior, ground out nine digs, adding 13 assists.
With just 40 or so minutes between matches, Everett made up in spirit what they may have lacked in sharpness. The Seagulls won the middle game, 25 - 19, to force the contest into the short deciding game, losing 15 - 9 to end their evening. Earlier, Everett had defeated Lynnwood in the previous match to advance to the evening’s final against Snohomish.
The next night, Everett won over Meadowdale 3-0 on Thursday, Nov. 11. But, Everett was defeated 0-3 by Arlington on Saturday, Nov. 13 in a loser-out game.
Snohomish punched its ticket to State on Saturday, Nov. 13 with a 3-1 district win against Oak Harbor in a loser-out game held at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Snohomish finished fourth in 3A Volleyball Districts after it got swamped by Arlington 3-0 in a game held Nov. 13 to decide third and fourth placing in Districts.
The Snohomish Panthers play Kentlake this Thursday for first-round State play. The tournament is being held at the Yakima Valley SunDome.

Published in the November 10, 2021 Tribune


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The Glacier Peak defense gave up only 26 yards in first half play in their 49 - 21 District win over Skyline in a game Friday, Nov. 5 held in Snohomish. Glacier Peak made the playoffs for the first time after elevating to Wesco 4A in 2016. The tough defense turned an interception and a fumble “scoop” into first-half touchdowns. Above, Glacier Peak running
back Trey Leckner, a junior, jukes through a hole to gain some of his game total 145 yards. Glacier Peak next plays Bothell at Snohomish Veteran’s Memorial Stadium on Friday, Nov. 12 at 7 p.m.

Also in districts
Both the Snohomish and Glacier Peak girls swim teams took various district titles in the 4A and 3A Swim and Dive championships held Saturday, Nov. 6. In soccer, Glacier Peak plays in a districts match in Eastern Washington against Gonzaga Prep on Nov. 10; Snohomish faces Roosevelt on Friday, Nov. 12 at a venue to be decided.

Published in the November 3, 2021 Tribune


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Everett Seagull goalie, Junior Ruby Wacker, makes a save in heavy traffic during the Snohomish-Everett soccer match Tuesday, Oct. 6. Snohomish played strong, taking a 4 - 1 win over the Seagulls. Wacker had a busy evening fending off many Snohomish shots on goal.
Snohomish’s Cheyenne Rodgers slammed in a goal that counted in the second half, along with Junior Sara Rodgers making one goal and two by Junior Sarah Hammer. Rodgers scored a second goal that was called back for being offsides. Everett Junior Grace Williams provided the assist to Junior Brittney Lemke’s goal for the Everett side.
Walking to her players sprawled near the goal line at the end of the first half, Snohomish head coach April VanAssche told them,”I’ve got some stats for you ladies, time of position, WOW.”
Before the match the Snohomish Seniors, Ruthie Hammer, Addison Foley, Cheyenne Rodgers, Sophie Andre and Katherine Kennedy were honored by their teammates and families.
Snohomish moves onto district play with a Wesco 3A record of 11-3-2 overall and 11-2-2 league.

Local area soccer results
Select games from Tuesday, Oct. 26
• Archbishop Murphy 7, Mountlake Terrace 0
• Jackson 2, Glacier Peak 1
• Monroe 2, Cascade 1
• Lake Stevens 3, Kamiak 2

Select games from Thursday, Oct. 28
• Everett 1, Stanwood 0
• Monroe 3, Oak Harbor 0

Select games from Friday, Oct. 29
• Glacier Peak 0 - Eastlake 3


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Lake Stevens bolts through a hole in the Glacier Peak defense in first-half action in the Lake Stevens hard fought victory over GP, 34 - 28, on Friday, Oct. 29 in Snohomish. Without its starting quarterback, Grayson Murren, Lake Stevens beat Glacier Peak in a see-saw battle to claim its eighth straight Wesco 4A regular-season, extended its conference winning streak to an incredible 50 games.



Top-echelon football teams on to districts

In football, the formidable Lake Stevens Vikings squeaked over the Glacier Peak Grizzlies 34-28 on Friday, Oct. 29 at Snohomish’s Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Lake Stevens went undefeated this season, with a 4-0 league, 7-0 overall season. Glacier Peak, ranked No. 2 in Wesco 4A standings, was the last team standing in the way and gave one of the better fights.
The teams are now into districts. Glacier Peak will play the Skyline Spartans Friday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. at Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium at Snohomish High. The Spartans are 3-6 for the season.
Also into districts, the Lake Stevens Vikings will play a districts game against the team from Emerald Ridge at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 at Lake Stevens.
The Snohomish Panthers will travel to meet Rainier Beach. The Monroe Bearcats will travel to Harry Lang Stadium in Lakewood, in Pierce County, to face Lakes High School.
— Tribune staff

Published in the October 27, 2021 Tribune


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The Monroe Bearcats made a come-from-behind victory against the Snohomish Panthers Friday, Oct. 22, ending the game with an overtime Bearcat goal line stand to give Monroe a 42-40 win. The Monroe Bearcats staggered through the entire first half until a Snohomish broken field goal attempt and botched recovery pass
dropped the ball into the waiting hands of Monroe’s
Cole Pruett with four seconds to play in the first half. Pruett scrambled 78 yards for a TD followed by a 2-point conversion. At the half, the Bearcats trailed 8 - 19 to the dominant Snohomish squad.


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Everett Seagull senior Jueliyan “Ju-Ju” Williams (right) keeps an eye on Cascade Bruin sophomore Xander Larsen as Williams rushes up the sideline in the annual “Battle of Broadway” football game between the two Everett schools on Friday, Oct. 22. While the Gulls held a 6-0 lead at half-time, the Bruins were able to take the lead going into the 4th Quarter. With a only a few minutes remaining in the game, the Gulls tied the game 13-13. A fumble by the Bruins during their following position resulted in the Gulls to come back and take a 16-13 win. Williams topped the game rushing for 95 yards.
The Gulls finished the season 6-2 and atop the three-team Wesco 3A Polk league.
The Bruins finished 4-4 overall.

Published in the October 20, 2021 Tribune


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Glacier Peak junior Trey Leckner demonstrates a text book stiffarm in first-half play in the Glacier Peak Grizzlies’ hard- fought win 27 - 19 on a wet Friday, Oct. 15 in Snohomish. The 6’2”, 210-pound Leckner had two touchdown catches received from 6 foot, 205 pound quarterback, junior River Lien. Lien passed for a
pair of touchdown passes despite the steady rain. The Grizzlies scored 17 points in the final two minutes of the first half. Lien tossed to Leckner on a 42-yard screen that splashed into the end zone with 1:40 left in the half. Glacier Peak stands at 5-1 and North Creek is 3-4.


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Archbishop Murphy senior Jojo Chiangpradit and Snohomish senior Katherine Kennedy battle for a header in first half action in the Thursday, Oct. 14 matchup between what once were the two top teams of the Wesco 3A. Archbishop Murphy led 3 - 1 at the half and finished the game 5-3 to remain undefeated this season. Teamwork boosted Murphy’s side with Reeve Borseth, Cameron Bourne and Jo Chiangpradit scoring, and Chiangpradit, Bourne, Taylor Campbell and Chloe McCoy providing assists.
The loss dropped Snohomish to fifth in 3A (team: 8-3-2 overall and 8-2-2 in league play).

Published in the October 13, 2021 Tribune


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With just 32 seconds on the clock in the first half, 6-foot-2, 180-pound quarterback Evan Leggett, a senior, pushes his way around the left end of the field against the Meadowdale Mavericks on a clear, cold Friday evening in Monroe. The hometown Bearcats won 42 - 0. The first TDs came on a strong combination of passing and long gains with Leggett, the Bearcats’ QB, running the ball. Few of the runs came out of broken plays or a lack of a downfield receiver. Bearcat senior Cole Pruett returned two Maverick punts. In one, he bobbled the catch, scooped up the ball and ran for the score. Monroe running back junior Kody Edelbrock sprinted for 122 yards in seven carries to produce three scores, his longest run was 66 yards. The Meadowdale Mavericks could not run against the Monroe wall of steel defense and did not cross the center stripe in the first half. The Mavericks
also suffered four clock-stopping injuries in the first half. Each of these injured players came off the field under their own power to scattered applause from the crowd.
Monroe is 3 - 3 overall and 2 - 1 in Wesco 3A South, and is ranked third under No. 1 Snohomish and No.2 Edmonds-Woodway. Meadowdale is 0 - 3 overall and 0 - 2 in league.


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Glacier Peak Grizzly sophomore Ella Seelhoff (center) tries to knock the ball past Jackson Timberwolf senior goal keeper Abigail Harper during a Grizzly corner-kick late in the first-half of the Grizzlies’ 1-0 win over the Timberwolves at Everett Memorial Stadium on Thursday Oct. 7. The game’s lone goal came in the second half as both teams were scoreless at half-time. With just two weeks remaining in the regular season, the Grizzlies lead the Wesco 4A at 4-0-0 conference, 9-1-0 overall.
In other soccer news, the Snohomish Panthers (8-1-1 conference, 8-2-1 overall) continue to trail Wesco 3A-leading Archbishop Murphy Wildcats. In their 11 games this season, the Panthers have outscored their opponents 42-10. The Panthers and Wildcats play each
other on Thursday, Oct. 14.
The Monroe Bearcat girls came up short in both of last week’s games as they are 6-3-1 in both Wesco 3A conference play and overall.
The Everett Seagulls also lost twice last week; they are 3-7-0 in both conference and overall play.

Other selected recent game scores

  • Football, Oct. 8: Snohomish 41, Mountlake Terrace 0
  • Football, Oct. 8: Glacier Peak vs. Kamiak: canceled
  • Football, Oct. 8: Everett 0, Lynnwood 28
  • Football, Oct. 8: Jackson 21, Redmond 3
  • Football, Oct. 8: Lake Stevens 56, Mariner 7
  • Soccer, Oct. 5: Everett 1, Shorecrest 3
  • Soccer, Oct. 5: Glacier Peak 3, Eastlake 1
  • Soccer, Oct. 5: Snohomish 9, Lynnwood 1
  • Soccer, Oct. 5: Monroe 0, Mountlake Terrace 3
  • Soccer, Oct. 7: Archbishop Murphy 6, Everett 0
  • Soccer, Oct. 7: Kamiak 2, Lake Stevens 1
  • Soccer, Oct. 7: Glacier Peak 3, Jackson 0
  • Volley., Oct. 4: Shorecrest 3, Monroe 2
  • Volley., Oct. 4: Lake Stevens 3, Mariner 0
  • Volley., Oct. 4: Jackson 3, Kamiak 0
  • Volley, Oct. 4: Snohomish 3, Lynnwood 1
  • Volley., Oct. 6: Archb.-Murphy 3, Stanwood 1
  • Volley., Oct. 6: Glacier Peak 3, Jackson 2
  • Volley, Oct. 6: Lake Stevens 3, Kamiak 0
  • Volley., Oct. 7: Monroe 2, Meadowdale 3

Published in the October 6, 2021 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther senior Joshua Vandergriend (3) has to quickly change course as Lake Stevens Viking junior Isaac Redford (14) cuts off his route while Vandergriend rushed down field in the first quarter of the Panthers’ 40-6 loss to the Vikings at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Friday, Oct. 1. The Panthers’ lone touchdown came late in the second quarter, while the Vikings took a 20-6 lead at the half, and added another 20 points in the second half. The loss puts the Panthers at 2-2 on the season, and continue to hold the top spot in the South Wesco 3A conference with a 2-0 record. The Panthers will host the Mountlake Terrace Hawks (1-3) in conference play this Friday as Snohomish High School are celebrates Homecoming this week.


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“Point Kamiak” rang through the gym in Kamiak as the Kamiak Knights won 3 - 1 over rival Glacier Peak on Thursday, Sept. 30. The Knights took the first match 27 - 25 after a “point, tie, point tie” run, eking out the win with the last few points. GP came to life in the third match winning 25 - 14 forcing a fourth match to Kamiak 27 - 25 to close with a tight final.
Full hands up Defense from Glacier Peaks, #16, Lauren Larson, #14, Addison Galbraith and #10, Lily Boehm play to stop a Kamiak shot in first match action. Kamiak stand 5 -4 overall and 1 - 0 in Wesco 4A. Glacier Peak stands 4- 3 and 0 -1.

Other selected recent game scores

  • Football, Oct. 1: Glacier Peak 49, Mariner 20
  • Football, Oct. 1: Monroe 28, Edmonds-Woodway 33
  • Football, Oct. 1: Everett 28, Shorewood 27
  • Football, Oct. 1: Kamiak 40, Jackson 6
  • Soccer, Sept. 28: Glacier Peak 8, Ferndale 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 28: Everett, 2 Meadowdale 1
  • Soccer, Sept. 28: Snohomish 4, Marysvville-Pilchuck 2
  • Soccer, Sept. 28: Jackson 4, Lake Stevens 2
  • Soccer, Sept. 28: Monroe 4, Marysville-Getchell 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 30: Everett 1, Marysville-Pilchuck 3
  • Soccer, Sept. 30: Glacier Peak 3, Kamiak 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 30: tie-Snohomsh 1, Arlington 1
  • Volleyball: Sept. 29: Snohomish 1, Arlington 3
  • Volleyball, Sept. 30: Kamiak 3, Glacier Peak 1

    Lake Stevens tops state rankings in 4A football, volleyball
    The Lake Stevens football and volleyball teams are both No. 1 among 4A teams so far, according to newly released rankings from the Washington Interscholarstic Activities Association (WIAA) Thursday, Sept. 30. The Vikings remained No. 1 after the weekend’s games; the football team won its game 40-6 against the Snohomish Panthers, who are No. 1 in Wesco South 3A.
    These rankings are based not only on how many games the team won, but also calculate the strength of their opponents and the overall strength of teams for their scheduled games. WIAA compiles the calculations to create a RPI (Rating Percentage Index) ranking for every team in the state to help determine seeding for state tournaments.
    — Tribune staff

Published in the Sept. 29, 2021 Tribune


The Glacier Peak Grizzlies were pummeled by the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks 49-14 in a home game at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish Friday, Sept. 24. The Grizzlies didn’t rack up any points until the second half. Glacier Peak, a 4A team, was up against the best of Wesco 3A North as Marysville-Pilchuck currently stands undefeated.
In the photo, Glacier Peak quarterback River Lien is sacked by Tomahawk Christian Van
Natta while Tomahawk Brayden Rogers looks on.
Glacier Peak stands at 3-1 overall for the season and is third in Wesco 4A behind Kamiak (4-0 overall; 2-0 league) and Mariner (3-1 overall; 1-0 league). The Grizzlies had dominated Woodinville the night before in a 49-7 non-conference game. Glacier Peak has not yet played a league game against another Wesco 4A team. That will happen this Friday, Oct. 1 when Glacier Peak faces Mariner at Mariner. The Snohomish Panthers (2-1 overall; 2-0 league) will host Lake Stevens this Friday at Snohomish High.


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Glacier Peak Junior Ryann Reynolds (fist in air) and teammates exult in the Grizzlies’ first goal late in the the first half starting their run to the 4 - 0 win over Lake Stevens on Thursday, Sept. 23 on Lake Stevens’ home turf. The Grizzlies played most ot the first half in the Lake
Stevens end of the pitch. The Glacier Peak team played a physical, charging game that energized taking three more goals in the second half.

Other selected recent game scores

  • Football, Sept. 24: Snohomish 49, Shorecrest 28
  • Football, Sept. 24: Monroe 48, Mariner 7
  • Football, Sept. 24: Lake Stevens 49, Archbishop-Murphy 14
  • Football, Sept. 23: Kamiak 56, Cascade 15
  • Soccer, Sept. 21: Snohomish 2, Shorewood 4
  • Soccer, Sept. 21: Everett 2, Meadowdale 1
  • Soccer, Sept. 23: Archbishop-Murphy 5, Monroe 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 23: tie - Cascade 2, Lynnwood 2
  • Soccer, Sept. 23: Snohomish 3, Cedarcrest 2
  • Volleyball, Sept. 23: Glacier Peak 0, North Creek 3
  • Volleyball, Sept. 23: Snohomish 3, Cedarcrest 0
  • Volleyball, Sept. 23: Everett 3, Mountlake Terrace 1

Published in the Sept. 22, 2021 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther senior Joshua Vandergriend (far right) breaks away from the grasp of Edmonds-Woodway Warrior defender Major Gradwohl during first-half play in the Panthers’ 21-14 win at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on a rain-soaked Sept. 17. The Panthers and the Warriors kept the game scoreless until the second-half with Vandergriend crossing into the endzone all three times for the Panthers. He finished the night with 143 yards rushing as the Panthers go 1-1 on the season and are 1-0 in the Wesco 3A South Conference action.


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Kamiak quarterback Wesley Garrett drives for the goal during the first half of Kamiak’s 47-20 win over Everett on Sept. 17 in Everett at Everett Memorial Stadium. The hometown Seagulls opened the game by scoring first but were frustrated by the strong Kamiak defense. The first half saw only three passes. Both teams showed a strong ground game and defenders did gang tackling. Everett trailed at the half 12-14, not converting either extra points. The Kamiak Knights charged further ahead during the second half, taking their third overall win of the season.

Other selected recent game scores

  • Football: Sept. 16: Glacier Peak 49, Woodinville 7
  • Football, Sept. 17: Monroe 46, Lynnwood 0
  • Football, Sept. 17: Cascade 36, Mountlake Terrace 14
  • Soccer, Sept. 14: Glacier Peak 4, Redmond 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 16: Snohomish 5, Meadowdale 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 16: Cascade 0, Archbishop Murphy 6
  • Soccer, Sept. 16: Cedarcrest 2, Everett 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 17: Glacier Peak 1, Woodinville 0
  • Soccer, Sept. 18: Monroe 5, Arlington 2
  • Volleyball, Sept. 13: Glacier Peak 3, Mt. Vernon 0
  • Volleyball, Sept. 16: Snohomish 3, Meadowdale 1
  • Volleyball, Sept. 16: Monroe 3, Edm.-Woodway 1
  • Tennis, Sept. 15: Everett 6, Lynnwood 1
  • Tennis, Sept. 13: Glacier Peak 4, Stanwood 3
  • Tennis, Sept. 13: Snohomish 2, Bothell 5

Published in the Sept. 15, 2021 Tribune


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Glacier Peak running back #10 Ryan King breaks free for a gain during second quarter action of the Glacier Peak-Monroe matchup Friday, Sept. 10 in Monroe. Glacier Peak won the game 50-21 with a strong second quarter. During the first-half, Monroe wide receiver Cole Pruett bolted 49 yards for a touchdown to stun Glacier Peak to help give Monroe an early lead.
The Bearcats scored all of their 21 points in the first quarter. At the half, the score was 22-21 with Glacier Peak leading. In the second quarter the Glacier Peak Grizzlies shook off any hibernation, clawing 28 more points to win the game 50-21.


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Everett Seagull sophomore Michael Nolan (center) breaks through the Jackson Timberwolves’ defense on his way into the end zone during first-half action in the Seagulls’ 34-10 win over the Timberwolves in the early game at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday, Sept. 10. Senior Juju Williams scored three touchdowns for the Gulls and tallied 292 yards rushing as the Gulls totaled 431 rushing yards as a team. Nolan contributed for the Gulls as he tacked on 217 yards of rushing in the game. The win was the Gull’s second of the year. Everett is undefeated so far after week two of the season.
In the evening’s second game at Everett Memorial Stadium, the Mariner Marauders squeaked past the Cascade Bruins 28-21.

Other selected recent game scores

  • Football: Sept. 10: Mariner 28, Cascade 21
  • Soccer: Sept. 7: Glacier Peak 2, Snohomish 1
  • Soccer: Sept. 9: Glacier Peak 7, Inglemoor 2
  • Soccer: Sept. 9: Snohomish 6, Marysville-Getchell 0
  • Soccer: Sept. 9: Monroe 3, Marysville-Pilchuck 1
  • Soccer: Sept. 11: Snohomish 3, Stanwood 0
  • Volleyball: Sept. 9: Glacier Peak 3, Meadowdale 2
  • Volleyball: Sept. 9: Everett 3, Monroe 1

Published in the Sept. 8, 2021 Tribune


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AquaSox Victor Labrada (center) watches as the ball sails over the rightfield fence for a solo homerun as teammate Jose Caballero (right) and Vancouver Canadians’ catcher Phil Clarke look on during the first inning of the game on Wednesday, Sept. 1. The Sox beat the Canadians 9-8 on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium that game. The Sox hosted the Canadians
in a six-game series last week. At press time on Friday, Sept. 3, the Sox had won just one of the first three games. The team was 59-46 on the season at press time tied with Spokane in the West High-A League standings for first place with the Eugene Emeralds a half-game behind the two.
The Sox are on the road this week and will head home for a six-game series against the Spokane Indians starting Sept. 14.

Published in the Sept. 1, 2021 Tribune


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Everett AquaSox Cabe Marlowe tries to slide in to home plate under the tag of Spokane Indians catcher Austin Bernard, but is called out in the third inning of the Sox’s 10-4 win
over the Indians Sunday, Aug. 29 on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Sox scored five runs in the seventh inning to extend their lead, eventually winning the game to snap a four-game losing streak.
At press time on Monday, the Sox (58-44) were leading in the West High-A league with a half-game lead over the Eugene Emeralds and a two-game lead over third place Spokane. Play continues on Funko Field this week, as the Sox are facing the Vancouver Canadians in a six-game series that started on Tuesday, Aug. 31. The regular season wraps up later this month as the Sox will face the Indians for their final home series starting Sept. 14, with the final regular season game on Sept. 19.

Published in the Aug. 25, 2021 Tribune


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Everett Express player CJ Schuster (left, in black) swings around with the ball as teammate Garrett Goshorn (right) tries to tie up a Seattle Kings defender in the Express’ 5-3 loss to the Kings at the Everett Indoor Soccer Arena on Sunday, Aug. 22.
The semi-professional indoor lacrosse Express finished out its regular season with back-to-back losses to the Seattle Kings last weekend.

Published in the Aug. 4, 2021 Tribune


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Everett AquaSox shortstop Liam Sabino (left, wearing the team’s Latin American jersey) reaches to put the tag onto Eugene Emerald base runner Franklin Labour as Labour successfully steals second base during the Sox 7-6 win over the Emeralds on Funko Field at Everett’s Memorial Stadium on Sunday, August 1. The Sox were able to take four of seven games in last week’s series against the Emeralds. With a record of 51-26 on the season, the Sox continue to sit at the top of the High-A West League standings with a commanding seven and a half game lead over the second place Emeralds as of press time on Monday. This week the Sox are in Spokane for a six-game series with the Indians and will return to Funko Field on Tuesday, August 10 to face the Vancouver Canadians in a six-game series.

Published in the July 28, 2021 Tribune

Annual Summer Smash returns

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Snohomish High School sophomore Hannah Wells prepares to return a serve while participating the Snohomish Summer Smash tennis tournament this past weekend. After being cancelled last summer due to Covid-19 restrictions, the four-day annual event returned this summer with 132 high school players representing 30 northwest Washington high schools participating. Tournament director Kraig Norris said that after a year of not being able to compete, many of the kids were anxious to be able to get back on the court, doubling the tournament’s usual number of participants. Locally, Glacier Peak’s Dario Ristovski took the boys singles title in the gold division, while the Snohomish High School team of Anneke Hanson and Paige Erickson won the girls silver division doubles.

Published in the July 21, 2021 Tribune


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Everett AquaSox’s Cody Grosse looks up as he pops the ball high into the air along with Tri-City Dust Devils catcher Franklin Torres in the early part of the AquaSox’s 4-3 win over the Dust Devils on Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium on Saturday, July 17. The Sox won three of the six games against the Dust Devils. As of press time Monday, the Sox (42-22) had won seven of their last 10 games played and were in first place of the High-A West League standings, four and a half games ahead of second-place Eugene Emeralds. The Sox are in Canada this week playing against the Vancouver Canadians. They return to Funko Field next week to play a six-game series with the Eugene Emeralds starting Tuesday, July 27. That is the annual “Bark in the Park” game where fans are encouraged to bring dogs to the game.

Seattle Storm WNBA team to play in Everett this summer

EVERETT — The Seattle Storm WNBA team released its home schedule, and will play its games at Angel of the Winds Arena in downtown Everett. The next game is in September. Home schedule here.

Published in the July 7, 2021 Tribune


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With the ball in his glove, Everett AquaSox second baseman Patrick Frick sets up to tag Vancouver Canadians baserunner Luis De Los Santos out at second base as the Sox completed a double-play during the first inning of the Wednesday, June 30 game at Funko Field at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Sox won this game 2-1, and it was their second win against the Canadians in a six-game series. They won again 7-3 on Thursday, July 1. Additional games went on through the Fourth of July weekend after the Tribune’s early press time Friday, July 2. In High-A West League standings as of Thursday, July 1, the Sox had a record of 32-17 and were a half-game behind the first-place Eugene Emeralds. The Sox have won their last seven games in a row played as of Thursday, July 1. This week, the No. 2 AquaSox will play No. 1 Eugene in Oregon. The AquaSox next play at home on Tuesday, July 13 to start a six-game series against the Tri-City Dust Devils.

Published in the June 23, 2021 Tribune


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At the Granite Construction Super Sprint Cars Series race on Saturday, June 19 at Evergreen Speedway, cars pass through turn two during one of the caution periods. Greg Middendorf in the #4 car led most of the early race and finished 6th.
The winner was Troy DeCarie in car #41, the black car in the above picture behind the blue #4. Second place was Tod Coleman and third was Randy DeBoise. The first three racers were covered by less than 1.5 seconds, after 30 laps.
The first third of the race was marred by yellow flag caution periods, but no injuries in the spinouts. The remainder was a sprint to the finish. With an inverted starting system, the faster cars start father back, DeCarie qualified fastest and started 10th, but charged through the pack to take the lead with two laps to go and never ceded it. He had won a race in South Carolina the weekend prior and made a long tow to race at Evergreen Speedway.
It was a hot night and the yellow flags increased the driver heat, as the cars run slower. ”In the yellows I lifted my visor and tilted my head to try to get some cool air, it was tough,” DeCarie said.
The winged sprint cars return to Evergreen Speedway on July 3. Other upcoming race weekends are the annual
Mark Galloway Shootout June 26 and the all-star Summer Showdown on July 23 and 24.

Published in the June 16, 2021 Tribune


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Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Madeline Thoma (center) reaches toward the basket between Snohomish Panther junior Ella Gallatin (left) and sophomore Sara Rodgers (right) during action in the Grizzlies' 57-41 win over their cross-district rival Panthers at Snohomish High School on Wednesday, July 9.
The win capped the Grizzlies undefeated season as they won all nine games by an average of 21 points per game during this year’s shortened season. The loss was the Panthers’ second in a row as they finished the season at 6-4 overall.
In boys basketball, the Glacier Peak Grizzlies finished the season with 3 straight wins, including a 60-35 win over the Panthers on June 8, to finish off their season at 7-2 overall. The Panther boys were less fortunate, as they lost four straight before beating the Lynwood Royals 68-42 in the season’s final game on June 10 to complete a 3-7 overall record.


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Everett Seagull senior Taras Fesiienko goes for a lay-up between Monroe Bearcat sophomores Reid Schaeffer (left) and Hayden Creswell (right) during the first-half of the Gulls 55-45 win over the Bearcats at Everett High School on Thursday, May 10. It was the Gulls' sole win at home, as both teams finished off the season. Everett finished the season with an overall record of 2-7, with their other win coming from a 62-57 victory over their cross-town rival Cascade Bruins on June 4. The Monroe Bearcats concluded the season with an overall record of 2-8 as they opened it with a close 36-35 win over the Snohomish Panthers on May 11.
The Monroe girls finished the season off with an overall record of 1-8, as their sole win came with a 60-29 victory over the Cascade Bruins in Monroe on May 26.

Published in the June 9, 2021 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther Senior Grady Kentch fights for a rebound in first-half action against the Lake Stevens Vikings on Friday, June 4, on the Panthers' home boards.
The Vikings stormed ashore with cutting passes and an overpowering defense. Lake Stevens brought height — all on the team are over 6’1”, save one — and a sticky defense that was able to double-team the Snohomish offense.
The Panthers surged to a 29 - 16 lead at the half. However, the Vikings came back and defeated the Panthers with a 60-49 win.
This match put Lake Stevens at 5 - 2 on the season and the home town Panthers at 2 - 6.


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Glacier Peak senior Madison Rubino slides to the net in first half action Thursday, June 3 against the Arlington Eagles.
The Eagles experienced an oh so close 55 - 53 loss to hometown Glacier Peak Grizzlies on GP’s turf. Both teams opened with a fast, aggressive offense and a matching defense. The Grizzlies opened a 18 - 12 first period lead. The Eagles tied the score early in the second period, but still fell behind at the half, with Glacier Peak leading 33 - 27. The second half was hard fought.
In Wesco standings, the Glacier Peak squad remain undefeated at 7 - 0. Arlington fell to 5 - 2.

Published in the June 2, 2021 Tribune


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Snohomish Panther sophomore Trey Leckner (center) reaches for the basket while being defended by Everett Seagulls senior Ronny Killdall (left) and junior Daniel Woodard during first-half play in the Panthers’ 65-55 win in Snohomish on Tuesday, May 25. The
win brought the Panthers record to 2-3 on the season. The Panthers played an away game in Shoreline against Shorecrest High after press time. Last week’s game was the Gulls’ first back on the court after having canceled two games the previous week. Everett had yet to win and stood 0-3 after the Snohomish game.


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Monroe Bearcat Adria Lincoln lofts a picture-perfect jump shot over the Cascade Bruins defense during a conference matchup Wednesday, May 26 in Monroe.
The Bearcats took a 60-29 win. The slow paced first half had the Bearcats leading 26 - 16, but they exploded during the second half, more than doubling their total.
The Monroe Bearcats stand 1 - 3 overall and in conference. The Bearcats’ next home game is Monday, June 7 against Everett High.
The Cascade Bruins haven’t won a game yet this season as of press time; The Bruin girls will play Everett High on Thursday, June 3 at the Norm Lowery Gym.

Published in the May 26, 2021 Tribune


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Everett Seagull Lilli Thompson, a 5-foot junior, drives for the paint during a matchup between Glaicer Peak and Everett Thursday, May 20 at the Norm Lowery Gym in Everett. The Grizzlies won 70 - 40, showing up with a tight defense and sharp shooting from the three-point line. Everett struggled with the height and speed of the Grizzlies in this game.
Glacier Peak’s record was 3 - 0 in conference play as of press time for this Covid-19 truncated season and next play Kamiak on Wednesday, May 26 at Kamiak. Everett’s record was unavailable at press time.


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Snohomish Panther senior Grady Kentch (center) is blocked by Lakewood Cougar Kaison Parks (right) as he tries to go to the basket in the first-half of the Panthers’ 75-69 loss in Snohomish on Friday, May 21. The loss was the Panthers’ third of the season as they entered this week with a 1-3 record. Their lone win thus far was a 53-45 victory over the
Tomahawks at Maryville-Pilchuck High School on May 19. The Snohomish High girls
entered this week at a 3-1 record, with wins over Monroe, Stanwood and Edmonds-Woodway. Their lone loss was against the Arlington Eagles.

AquaSox update

The Everett AquaSox minor league baseball team last week played six games in Spokane, taking two wins and four losses against Spokane.

Published in the May 19, 2021 Tribune

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Glacier Peak Grizzly junior Adam Thomas reaches for the hoop with a lay-up while being defended by Marysville-Getchell Chargers senior Cole Norton during the Grizzlies 52-49 win at Glacier Peak High School on Thursday, May 13. They also beat Lake Stevens 59-45 in the season opener on Tuesday, May 11.

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Snohomish Panther freshman Addyson Gallatin (left)
and Monroe Bearcat junior Eden Moore battle for a
rebound during first-half action in the Panthers’ 60-13
win over the Bearcats in Snohomish on Wednesday, May
12. The matchup was the season opener for both teams
for this year’s four-week shortened season.
The Panthers next play at home May 28. The next home Bearcats game is May 26.

AquaSox update

EVERETT — After going four for six against the Hillsboro Hops, the Everett AquaSox beat the Tri-City Dust Devils in the first three games of their home opening series: 13-3 on May 11; 6-5 on May 12 and 15-1 on May 13.

Published in the May 12, 2021 Tribune

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Glacier Peak Grizzlies Tyson Willis looks back as he crosses the plate while Jackson Timberwolf pitcher Dominic Hellman (46) misses catching the ball after throwing a wild pitch. Willis was able to score on the play, however the Grizzlies lost the season finale game 13-2 to the Timberwolves at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday, May 7. Jackson dominated baseball this year with an undefeated 13-0 season.
The Grizzlies finished out the season with an overall record of 8-6. Across the Valley, the Snohomish Panthers concluded their season at 6-6, while the Monroe Bearcats completed a 12-1 overall record and the Everett Seagulls ended the season at 6-7.

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Snohomish Panther Syd Sandifer is greeted by Corina Foster (left) and Camryn Sage (second from right) as she steps onto home plate after hitting a home run which let Sandifer and Avery Clark (18) score during the Panthers’ 10-3 win over the Everett Seagulls Tuesday, May 4 at Lincoln Field in Everett.
The Panthers finished out the season last week with a 5-3 loss to Glacier Peak followed by a season finale 11-1 win over Cascade to cap the shortened season at 8-5. The Everett Seagulls finished the season at 5-8, while Glacier Peak finished with a record of 10-3 and the Monroe Bearcats finished the season 7-5. Kamiak topped Wesco this year, going 11-2.

Everett HS golfer Kildall takes medal

EVERETT — The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) recognized golfer Ronny Kildall as one of its Athletes of the Week for April 28-May 4. Kildall, a senior at Everett High School, fired a 2-under par (-2) 33 at Blue Heron Golf Course to take medalist honors in the WESCO East Division match against Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Monroe and Cedarcrest. Kildall recorded two birdies along with seven pars during a round that also included one penalty stroke for an unplayable ball.

Published in the May 5, 2021 Tribune

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At third base, Snohomish Panther Emma Hansen tags out a Jackson runner who was sliding in during the Snohomish-Jackson game Friday, April 30 in Snohomish. Snohomish won
4 - 2. Jackson scored early with an over the fence home run. The game settled into a pitchers
duel until Snohomish answered with an over the fence homer with two runners on in the fifth inning. Late in the game Jackson had the bases loaded but the Snohomish pitcher
held the runners on base with a strikeout. Both sides scored again with the Panthers taking the win.
The Panthers stood 6 - 4 overall in the season as of press time.
The varsity softball season begins winding down this week. Snohomish will play Glacier Peak on Thursday, May 6 and Cascade at Cascade’s turf on Friday, May 7.


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Snohomish Panther Beckham Uderitz heads the ball away from the Snohomish net in first-half play in the Panthers’ 2 - 1 win over Lake Stevens on Friday, April 30 in Snohomish. The two sides were evenly matched with the Panthers scoring near the mid point of the first half. Both teams scored again in the second half.
The Panthers stand 2 - 2 - 1 overall on the season.

Silvertips take U.S. Division title

EVERETT — The Everett Silvertips hockey team clinched the U.S. Division title in the Western Hockey League over the weekend. The team is having a 20-to-4 season so far.

Published in the April 28, 2021 Tribune

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Snohomish Panther Avery Clark (18) safely slides into second base on a steal, while Glacier Peak Grizzly shortstop Faith Jordan isn’t
able to make the tag in time during the third inning of the Panthers’ 4-3 win over the cross-district rival Grizzlies at Snohomish
High School on Tuesday, April 20.
The Panthers were one out away from a 4-0 shutout win, when, with the bases loaded, the Grizzlies’ Laila Carpenter hit a three-run triple in the seventh inning. The Grizzlies’
comeback was not to be as Panther pitcher Skyla Bristol got the final out with the
following batter. Panthers’ Emma Hanson tagged the ball over the centerfield fence for a homerun in the fourth inning, while Bristol went the full seven innings pitching for the Panthers.
Snohomish (5-2 on the season) went on to defeat the Cascade Bruins 7-4 in Everett the following day, but the winning streak ended Friday when the Monroe Bearcats took a 9-8 win over the Panthers. It was sort of avengeance for the Bearcats (3-3 on the season) after their season opener 13-0 loss to the Panthers.
The Grizzlies (also 5-2 on the season) got beat again Wednesday, this time to the Jackson Timberwolves, who took home a 9-2 victory. However the week was not all bad for the Grizzlies as they wrapped up the week with a 12-2 win over the Everett Seagulls in Everett.


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Glacier Peak Grizzly Hayden Matray (23) takes a swing at the bottom of the 3rd inning. Everett’s catcher Octavious Vasquez (9) watches closely behind for any passing opportunities.
The Everett Seagulls fell short to the Glacier Peak Grizzlies 3-0 on Friday, April 23 at Everett Memorial Stadium. Everett has a 3-4 conference record, their next home game is Monday, May 3 at 6 p.m. against Snohomish High School.

Published in the April 21, 2021 Tribune

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Glacier Peak Grizzly junior Samuel McAfee (center) and Everett Seagull junior Jose Ramirez (right) battle for control of the ball at mid-field while Seagull sophomore Dennis Andriyash (left) watches during the first-half of the Grizzlies’ 4-1 win over the Seagulls at Glacier Peak High School on Friday, April 16. The Grizzlies opened by netting three in the first-half.
The win was the Grizzlies’ second of the season. They won 5-1 over Marysville-Getchell. The Grizzlies have also come away with two ties (Lake Stevens 1-1 and Jackson 2-2).
The Seagulls opened the season with a 7-2 win over Lakewood, but have dropped the following three, losing to Marysville-Pilchuck, 4-0, Lake Stevens, 4-0 and Glacier Peak here.


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Monroe player Abbie Dill bobbled the catch in this photo, allowing Marysville-Pilchuck player McKenzie Becker to score. The Tomahawks scored in the first inning and knocked in runners at-will to go on to a 20 - 4 win over the home field Monroe High Bearcats on Friday, April 16. In the late innings, the Tomahawks loaded the bases several times and benefited from runs walked in by the Bearcats pitcher. Two Monroe errors in late innings moved the Tomahawks into scoring position as well.

Published in the April 14, 2021 Tribune

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Snohomish Panther pitcher Evie Messina delivers a pitch in the early innings of the Panthers’ 13-0 win over the Monroe Bearcats in the season opener in Snohomish on Wednesday, April 7. Messina, who pitched the first three innings,
along with Skyla Bristol combined to strike out seven Bearcat batters, Messina also hit a home run in the game. The Bearcats committed two errors while having control issues in pitching throughout the game. The Panther bats continued to stay hot as the team beat the Archbishop Murphy Wildcats 23-2 the following day in Everett.
The Bearcats, meanwhile, rebounded from their season-opener loss by beating Arlington 4-2 on Thursday, April 8.


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Jackson High School Junior Dominic Hellman (No. 46) slides safely into first base while Everett High School Junior Mason Koontz reaches to recover a pass from left field in the season opener Wednesday, April 7 at Everett Memorial Stadium.
The Jackson Timberwolves swept the Everett Seagulls 11-0 at the game.
Everett High’s next game will be against the Cascade Bruins April 14 at 4 p.m. at Everett Memorial Stadium. 

Published in the April 7, 2021 Tribune

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Glacier Peak Grizzly senior running back Ryan Black (1) tries to shed the tackle of Lake Stevens Viking junior defender Drew Carter (8) while trying to run through the Viking defense in the final game of this year’s abbreviated season at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Thursday, April 1. After a short break midway through the second quarter to reset the stadium lights, which went out, the two teams ended the first half tied 21-21. The second half was a different story as the Vikings added another 42 points to steamroll to
a 63-35 win to finish the season undefeated at 5-0. It was the first loss for the Grizzlies this season, finishing at 4-1. Glacier Peak celebrated senior night prior to the game.

Other local-area football results from April 1:
• Monroe 42 - Snohomish 22
• Jackson 36 - Everett 34
• Kamiak 44 - Cascade Bruins 14


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In first-half action of the shortened season’s final soccer game March 29, Jackson midfielder Senior McKenna Ramoso hustles the ball downfield while being pursued by Monroe forward defender Junior Adrien Dayton.
The Jackson side scored late in the first half and again in the second half, holding Monroe to one goal, to win 2 - 1 on a clear evening.
Monroe celebrated their seniors on the team in a pre-game presentation. Seniors included; Sierra Dayley, Cassidy Schwindt, Emili West and Emelia Kelly.

Local-area soccer results from Monday, March 29
• Glacier Peak 3 - Snohomish 0
• Shorewood 5 - Everett 0
• Cedarcrest 6 - Cascade Bruins 0
• Lake Stevens 5 - Arlington 2

Youth gymnasts to compete in Everett
EVERETT — Young gymnasts from across the state will convene downtown this weekend for the 2021 XCEL State Championships.
Organizers anticipate 600 gymnastics as young as age 7 will convene to compete at Angel of the Winds Arena on Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 10.
A limited number of spectators will be allowed. Tickets are $20 each and are available through Angel of the Winds Arena’s website,
The state championships are for gymnasts in the gold, platinum and diamond categories, which are the higher tiers among five tiers within USA Gymnastics’ XCEL program. — Tribune staff

Published in the March 31, 2021 Tribune

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Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Ryan Kinney (No. 9), a tight end and offensive linebacker, tries to clear a path through a cluster of Monroe Bearcats in the Friday, March 26 game. Glacier Peak stormed the game 63-21. The Grizzlies currently stand tied in first place in Wesco with an undefeated 4-0 record. Their next game, a Thursday, April 2 home game against the Lake Stevens Vikings, could test the streak, as the Vikings also stand undefeated. It will be the last week of football during the accelerated high school sports schedule interrupted by COVID-19.

Other local-area football results from March 26:
• Snohomish 44 - Arlington 14
• Everett 14 - Cedarcrest 7
• Mariner 35 - Jackson 21
• Lake Stevens 43 - Marysville-Pilchuck 36
• Cascade Bruins 16 - Marysville-Getchell 13


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With fellow sophomore teammate Liviya Harrison’s (left) help, Snohomish Panther senior Sarah Campfield (right) slams
the ball across the net as Lake Stevens Viking senior Kennadee Nelson reaches up to try and block during play in the
Vikings’ 3-0 win over the Panthers in Lake Stevens on Thursday, March 25. Both teams had entered the night undefeated.
The Vikings won with match scores of 25-20, 25-22 and 25-20.

Published in the March 24, 2021 Tribune

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Snohomish Panther junior running back Joshua Vandergriend (left) puts a stiff-arm move onto Lake Stevens Viking senior defender Camdyn Hanks as he tries to avoid
being tackled by Hanks during second-quarter play. The Panthers lost 41-24 to the Vikings at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Friday, March 12. The loss was the Panthers second in a row, and the game was their final home game of the belated and shortened season. The Panthers travel to Arlington this week and will conclude the season taking on the Bearcats in Monroe on Thursday, April 1. The Vikings remain undefeated at 3-0 and will return to Snohomish and Veterans Memorial Stadium on April 1 to play the Glacier Peak Grizzlies in the season finale.

Other local-area football results
• Cascade 46 - Everett 20 (“Mayor’s Cup” event)
• Monroe 49 - Mariner 20
• Glacier Peak 40 - Archbishop Murphy 6
• Kamiak 57 - Jackson 14


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Glacier Peak senior forward Aaliyah Collins drives the action down-field during first-half play against Monroe. Early on, Glacier Peak scored and led 2-0 at the half, and then netted two more goals to hold the Monroe side to a 4-2 final score at a matchup Tuesday, March 16 held in Snohomish.
The Snohomish Panthers top the Wesco standings with a sterling 6-0-0 record as of press time. Glacier Peak stood tied in fifth at 4-1-1. Monroe is tied at eighth at 4-2-0.

Other local-area soccer results

Select games Tuesday, March 16
• Snohomish 3 - Everett 2
• Lake Stevens 7 - Marysville-Getchell 0
• Kamiak 6 - Cascade 1
• Jackson 7 - M’ville-Pilchuck 1

Select games Thursday, March 18
• Everett 3 - Marysville-Getchell 2
• Glacier Peak 9 - Lakewood 0
• Monroe 3 - Stanwood 1
• Snohomish 2 - Shorecrest 0

Published in the March 17, 2021 Tribune

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Snohomish Panther junior running back Joshua Vandergriend (3) avoids being tackled by Glacier Peak’s Ryan Black (1) and is able to spin around for a few more yards during first-half action in a match at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Friday, March 12. The Panthers were able to take an early lead, however the Grizzlies' momentum surged in the second-half to beat the Panthers 35-10. Vandergriend finished the night with 69 yards rushing on 21 carries. Black led the Grizzlies with 139 yards.

Other local-area football results
• Lake Stevens 40 - Monroe 0
• Cascade 47 - Jackson 7
• Kamiak 35 - Mariner 18

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Everett senior midfielder Michaela Curran is double-teamed by Glacier Peak’s Abi Varghese (left) and Ryann Reynolds (right) in first-half action of a match in Everett on Thursday, March 11. The GP side attacked from the opening whistle, scoring in the 17th minute and then again in the 16th minute, again later in the 5th minute. Glacier Peak extended a 3-0 lead at half time to a 5-1 final, with Everett scoring a goal in the second half. In Wesco 4A conference standings as of press time, the Everett Seagulls are 3-1 and Glacier Peak stands at 2-1-1.

Other local-area soccer results

Select games Tuesday, March 9:
• Glacier Peak 1 - Jackson 1
• Monroe 5 - Kamiak 2
• Lake Stevens 2 - Everett 1

Select games Thursday, March 11:
• Snohomish 6 - Lakewood 0
• Lake Stevens 4 - Stanwood 1
• Meadowdale 5 - Cascade 1
• Jackson 4 - Arlington 0

Published in the March 10, 2021 Tribune

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Snohomish Panther senior defensive end Grady Kentch (5) takes aim at Mariner Marauder quarterback Laakea Asuega-Stark to sack him for lost yardage in the first-quarter of the Panthers’ 41-0 win over the Marauders at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Saturday, March 6. The belated and shortened football season opened this past week with the absence of fans in the stands and just the face-masked cheerleaders to cheer on the players. The Marauder offense was stifled all night as Asuega-Stark was sacked five times in the game and the Marauder offense was held to just 25 total yards.

Other local-area football results
• Glacier Peak 35 - Marysville-Pilchuck 7
• Monroe 14 - Arlington 0
• Kamiak 38 - Everett 14
• Lake Stevens 26 - Archbishop Murphy 7

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Snohomish battled Monroe for the 2021, COVID-19-affected season opener at Snohomish High School Wednesday, March 3. Here, Monroe’s Sierra Dailey kicks at the ball controlled by Snohomish’s Olivia Sinn. The Snohomish Panthers scored in the third minute of the first half, then again three minutes later to establish control of the evening. The Snohomish side played aggressively near Monroe’s side of the field, allow-ing Monroe to score only once in the first half. At the half break, the score stood 4 - 1. Snohomish scored twice more in the second half for a final score of 6 - 1 in the season-starting conference match up.

Other local-area soccer results

Select games Wednesday, March 3
• Everett 4 - Lakewood 0
• Cascade 3 - Lynnwood 0
• Jackson 3 - Edmonds-Woodway 2
• Lake Stevens 1 - Glacier Peak 0

Select games Friday, March 5
• Everett 4 - Marysville-Pilchuck 0
• Snohomish 3 - Stanwood 1
• Monroe 2 - Arlington 1
• Glacier Peak 7 - Marysville-Getchell 0




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