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SPORTS

Published September 20, 2017

Annual Monroe Fire-Police scrimmage

Redmond police officer Beau Collins (center) tries to spin and keep from having his flags pulled off by Fire District 7
firefighters Tyler Compton (left) and Riley Korf (right) during the 4th annual Monroe Police and Fire charity flag football game at Monroe High School on Saturday, Sept. 16. The annual event which mostly Monroe firefighters face off against mostly Monroe police officers, along with officers of neighboring departments, is a fundraiser for the Monroe Boys and Girls Club.
The score was 46-6 , and the police team won the game for the fourth straight year.

SNOHOMISH PANTHERS FOOTBALL

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Snohomish Panther junior Tristin Harmston tries to avoid the grasp of Lynnwood Royal’s quarterback Christian Kirkman, after Harmston intercepted a pass from Kirkman in the first-half of the Panthers 55-0 win over the Royals at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Friday, Sept. 15. The Panthers finished the night with over 400 yards on offence, while holding the Royals to just 79 yards. Senior Keegan Stich had two touchdowns on the night while rushing for 138 yards. Junior Tyler Massena also scored two touchdowns for the Panthers, as the team extends their record to 2-1 for the season.

MONROE BEARCATS VS. KAMIAK KNIGHTS FOOTBALL

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Monroe’s defense kept Kamiak scoreless in a 43-0 win Friday, Sept. 15. The Bearcat defense held Kamiak to only 191 yards of offense in the one-sided victory. “I feel like we are catching our stride. Our box is tough and even when I try to game plan against our own defense it is tough.” Monroe head coach Michael Bumpus said after the victory.
On the other side of the ball the Monroe offense was firing on all cylinders. Monroe running back Senior Isaiah Lewis rushed for 200 yards and four touchdowns. Senior quarterback Jaedyn Prewitt completed 18 of 26 passes for 222 yards and two touchdowns.
Above, Monroe’s Kainalu Batongbacal scores on a 7-yard run from scrimmage to extend the Bearcat’s lead.

Doug’s sports update

Both Wesco 4A and 3A divisions began conference play last Friday night after two weeks of non-conference play to open the season. The Everett Seagulls posted their second win of the season by beating the Mountlake Terrace Hawks 31-8 at Edmonds District Stadium. After a 46-0 loss to the cross-town Cascade Bruins the week before, the Gulls were able to rebuild their confidence with the win over the Hawks. Junior Christian Balmer ran for 103 yards and scored two touchdowns for the Gulls. The win puts the Gulls into first-place of the Wesco 3A south along with Snohomish and Meadowdale.
In the second game of a twin-bill at Everett Memorial Stadium on Friday night, the Glacier Peak Grizzlies won their second straight game of the season by beating the Cascade Bruins 40-27. At 2-1, the Grizzlies are tied with Monroe, Lake Stevens, and Jackson for first place in the Wesco 4A. In the opening game at Everett Memorial Stadium, the Jackson Timberwolves beat the Mount Vernon Bulldogs 40-20.

 

Published September 13, 2017

EVERETT SEAGULLS VS. CASCADE BRUINS
“BATTLE ON BROADWAY”

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Cascade clobbered Everett this year in the annual Battle of Broadway on Friday, Sept. 8. Cascade came with all claws drawn and took home the win with a score of 46-0. The annual game has Everett High School and Cascade High School battle it out at Everett Memorial Stadium. Above, Cascade senior cornerback Sean Sibley (1) runs downfield being chased by junior kicker David Eisenkraft after Sibley intercepted a kick from Everett. Cascade is now undefeated 2-0 and Everett is tied up with a 1-1 overall conference standing.

MONROE BEARCATS VS. SEDRO-WOOLLEY

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The Monroe defense held the Sedro-Woolley Cubs scoreless until late in the fourth quarter, notching the Bearcats their second win of the season 36 -7 on Friday, Sept. 8 in Monroe in a non-conference game. Above, Monroe’s Efton Chism III scores his first of two touchdown passes. Monroe improves to 2-0 and opens league play against Kamiak this week.
Monroe’s defense, led by Josh Jerome, allowed the Cubs only 15 yards rushing and 55 yards passing in the first half. 
The Cubs’ only score came with 2:35 of the fourth quarter with a 34-yard touchdown pass. Monroe opened the scoring following a Cubs fumble, when Isaiah Lewis scored from the 1 yard line with 9:43 left in the first quarter.  The Bearcat
defense followed with an interception and eventually a safety to extend their lead to 9-0.Isaiah Lewis scored twice and gained 103 yards before sitting out the second half of play. The Bearcats extended their lead to 29-0 as Monroe quarterback Jaedyn Prewitt connected with receiver Efton Chism III on touchdown passes of 13 and 1 yards to close out the first half of play.  

SNOHOMISH PANTHERS VS. GLACIER PEAK GRIZZLIES

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Snohomish Panther senior Keegan Stitch (27) tries to elude Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Dawson Crosby (11) as he heads up field on one of his six carries in the Panthers’ opening drive of the non-conference game between the two cross-district rivals at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Snohomish on Friday, Sept. 8. The Grizzlies are undefeated in the rivalry against the Panthers, winning the past five seasons. This year the Grizzlies won 28-15. GPHS junior quarterback Ayden Ziomas threw for 188 yards with three touchdown passes this game.

Cheer clinic
The Snohomish Panther Cheerleaders will be sponsoring a fundraising Cheer Clinic for all ages on Friday, Sept. 15 at the Snohomish
High School auxiliary gym from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The kids are then invited back later that evening to cheer at the home football game with the cheerleaders on the field during the second quarter. Game starts at 7 p.m. The cost is $35 (extra siblings $5 off) and includes two hours of fun with the cheerleaders. T-shirt, poms, group picture, snacks and beverage included. Other cheer items are available for purchase. This is a fundraiser for the 2017-2018 Cheer Squad. To pre-register by mail, send check or money order to Snohomish High School, Attn: Linda Moldestad, 1316 Fifth St., Snohomish WA 98290. Registration at the door begins at 2:30 p.m.
For more information, contact Breezy Robinson, 425-263-1400, breezy2000@gmail.com

 

Published September 6, 2017

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