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Published February 7, 2018

WRESTLING

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After being out for most of the season due to a torn MCL, Snohomish High School senior Ben Kloes won first place from senior Krys Dupree
from Everett High School in the 2018 WSWA 3A district championship on Saturday, Feb. 3 held at Stanwood.

TILTED THUNDER RAIL BIRDS ROLLER DERBY

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In the sixth season for the Tilted Thunder Rail Birds roller derby league, the Saint Hellions defeated the Royal Crush 132 to 124 in the Championship Bout at the Evergreen State Fairgrounds on Saturday, Feb. 3. There are four Puget Sound area teams that compete in the league.

GLACIER PEAK VERSUS MONROE BOYS BASKETBALL

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Glacier Peak takes Wesco 4A league title
Led by Trey Lawrence’s game-high 25 points (above), the No. 1 Grizzlies defeated the No. 2 Monroe Bearcats 66 to 61 on Thursday, Feb. 1 at Glacier Peak. The win gave Glacier Peak its second straight 4A title with a 12-1 league record (17-1 overall) this year to Monroe’s 10-3 league record (15-4 overall) at press time.

SWIM / DIVE “LAST CHANCE” MEET

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Caleb Crecelius (above), a swimmer for Glacier Peak, was among the dozens of competitors at the “Last Chance” Swim/Dive meet for Wesco North held at the Snohomish Aquatic Center on Feb. 1. The qualifier hoists individual competitors not already locked into the district championships.
The Wesco North varsity league mixes 3A and 4A, and school standings are No. 1 Lake Stevens, 9-0; No. 2 Glacier Peak, 7-1; No. 3 Snohomish, 6-2; No. 4 Stanwood 6-3. The District Dive Preliminaries are Wednesday, Feb. 7 and championships are Thursday, Feb. 8 at 5:15 p.m. and Friday, Feb. 9 at 5:15 p.m. and almost all day Saturday, Feb. 10, all at the Snohomish Aquatic Center.

 

Published January 31, 2018

MONROE VERSUS KAMIAK BOYS BASKETBALL

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Monroe guard Taylor Sturgeon (in white) tallied 16 points as the Bearcats defeated the Knights of Kamiak 75 - 63 on Friday, Jan. 27 in Monroe.
Also in the game, Bearcat senior Colby Kyle scored 29 points and grabbed 14 rebounds as the Bearcats avenged an earlier season loss to the Kamiak Knights. Monroe improved its season score to 14-3 overall, 9-2 conference while Kamiak fell to 9-8 overall and 7-4 conference.
The Monroe Bearcats and then Kamiak Knights were a close second and third in the Wesco 4A standings. Glacier Peak remains on top.
With the Jackson Timberwolves improving its lot last week, Jackson and Kamiak were tied in third place at press time in the Wesco 4A conference standings.

SNOHOMISH GIRLS BASKETBALL

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Snohomish’s Kyra Beckman (34) scores over Kaitlin Larson (30) of
Stanwood. Beckman scored 25 points as the Panthers defeated the
Spartans 61 - 39 in Snohomish on Wednesday, Jan. 24.
The Stanwood girls team were averaging 70.7 points a game before running into the Snohomish Panthers’ defense Wednesday night in Snohomish. Snohomish remains undefeated within its conference in Wesco 3A league play (15-2 overall, 9-0 conference) while the Spartans dropped their second game in league play (10-5 overall, 6-2 Wesco 3A).

Published January 24, 2018

EVERETT GIRLS BASKETBALL

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Everett High School senior Kate Pohland (10) turns around and attempts to avoid the block by Mountlake Terrace senior Jasmine Zenk (23). The Seagulls battled the Hawks at the Everett High School Norm Lowery Gym on Friday, Jan. 19. The Seagulls team won 73-37.
Everett this season now stands at press time at 3-5 league, 4-13 overall and the Mountlake Terrace Hawks were standing at 1-6 league,
2-13 overall. Everett plays Meadowdale next on Wednesday, Jan. 24 in an away game at Meadowdale High School.

GLACIER PEAK VERSUS LAKE STEVENS GIRLS BASKETBALL

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The Glacier Peak Grizzlies went up against the Lake Stevens Vikings on Friday, Jan. 19 at Glacier Peak for a matchup between the No. 1 and No. 2 schools in the
Wesco 4A standings.
Lake Stevens won the game 66 to 58 and kept itself No. 1, notching its
eighth win of the season. Lake Stevens holds a 8-1 league, 12-3 overall season so far. The Grizzlies are just shy of
that with a 7-2 league, 9-6 overall season.
In the photo, No. 21 Grizzly junior
guard Sydney Guffey goes for a shot while being covered by Lake Stevens No. 22 junior guard Raigan Reed and a gaggle of other Vikings.

MONROE VERSUS JACKSON BOYS

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Monroe senior Colby Kyle scored 24 points to lead the Bearcats over the Jackson Timberwolves on Friday, Jan. 19 at Jackson High School.  Monroe scored the first seven points of the game and never trailed. Kyle returned to action Friday night after sitting out the previous two games due an injury he sustained to his wrist
on Jan. 10 against Glacier Peak.  With this win, Monroe improved its
season to a12-3 overall, 7-2 league score so far.

 

Published January 17, 2018

Youth football team heading to Orlando

Legion of 12'sPhoto courtesy Coach Kennedy McGill

The players on the Legion of 12s flag football team from Snohomish earned a berth to the national championship in Orlando later this month.

SNOHOMISH — The Snohomish Boys & Girls Club Legion of 12s flag football team will be flying all the way to Orlando, Florida Jan. 24.
The flag football team of 9- and 10-year-old children swept a Seahawks-sponsored regional tournament in Renton in November.
The tired but determined players won five straight games to clinch a spot in the national NFL Flag Football Championship, capping off an undefeated season. Many of the children have played together for four years, said Boys & Girls Club athletic director Scott Titterness.
Legion of 12s coach Kennedy McGill said their undefeated streak extends beyond this year and is a testament to their hard work even in the offseason.
The nine players, eight boys and one girl, and their two chaperones can anticipate an extraordinary weekend of football and fun. The NFL and the organization USA Football treat regional winners with tickets to Walt Disney World and the Pro Bowl, plus a stay at a sports-themed resort.
McGill and Titterness will get to lead the young players not only through a national championship game, gaining national attention, but the players will also see their gridiron heroes firsthand.
Early in the trip, professional football players will enjoy a little role reversal, turning the mics on the children at an ESPN media event. Another highlight of the trip will be when players take the field to hold the American flag at the Pro Bowl on Jan. 28.
Player Jordan Farmer, 10, “is 24/7 football,” he eats and breathes football, “he’s a ‘helmet,’”said Eric Stevens, his proud grandfather.
Stevens said his grandson was excited just to win the regional tournament.
And about McGill, “Whatever he’s doing, he’s doing a mighty fine job of it,” Stevens said.
McGill had similar praise for Titterness: “I can’t say enough how many wonderful things he’s done and what he’s had to go through, that guy is showing up at 7 a.m. setting up the field and (is often) the last to leave.”
McGill says it is hard to put into words what these experiences mean, but that “you can definitely build on something like that, confidence, big dreams… it’s an excellent tool.”
Snohomish’s program is “one of the best run and largest,” said Paul Johns, the Seahawks’ director of youth and high school football programs. Johns had pushed hard for the Hawks to sponsor a regional tournament like
its counterparts in other regions, and after a strong showing this year, hopes the event will become annual.
The tournament included 18 teams in 4 divisions, and was open to eight states. The Seahawks contributed $1,000 to the winning team in each division, comprised of coed teams of 9-10 and 11- to 12- year-olds and separate teams for 13- to 14-year-old boys and girls.
The one significant expense not covered by sponsors is airfare. The team has a GoFundMe page at www.gofundme.com/legion-of-12s-probowl to help cover the cost. As of earlier this week, the effort had raised $410 of its $5,000 goal.

GLACIER PEAK VERSUS MONROE BOYS BASKETBALLGP basketball

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Glacier Peak’s Evan Mannes scores during action Wednesday, Jan. 10, in Monroe.
Mannes scored 11 points in the victory over the Bearcats. The Glacier Peak boys remain undefeated in WESCO 4A play, easily routing Monroe 73 - 52 on Wednesday night. Led by Bobby Martin, who scored a game high 21 points, the Grizzlies now hold a two-game lead in conference play.

GLACIER PEAK VERSUS MONROE GIRLS BASKETBALL

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Glacier Peak Grizzly senior Abbie Juozapaitis (33) looks to pass the ball around Monroe Bearcat junior Brynna Schmidt (2) and sophomore Madeline Gamble (center-right) while Bearcat sophomore Bella Hemmingson (12) looks on during first-half action
in the Grizzlies’ 46-32 win over the Bearcats at Glacier Peak High School on Wednesday Jan. 10. The Grizzlies have won four straight since the holiday break including a 72-44 win over the Mariner Marauders at Mariner on Friday, Jan. 12, and are 8-5 (6-1 league) as they sit in second place of the Wesco 4A. The Bearcats have won three of five games since the holiday break and are 5-8 (2-5 league) for the season.

Published January 10, 2018

GLACIER PEAK VERSUS KAMIAK BOYS BASKETBALL

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Kamiak Knight senior Daniel Sharpe (34) tries to block Glacier Peak Grizzly junior Noah Forman (25) from making a shot during the opening minutes of the Grizzlies’ eventual 72-35 win over the Knights at Glacier Peak High School on Friday, Jan. 5. It was the Grizzlies’ sixth straight win and they are 9-1 (5-0 league) so far and hold sole first place position in the Wesco 4A at the midway point of the regular season.
At 6-5 (4-1 league), the Grizzly girls share the second-place spot with the Jackson Timberwolves. After winning just 1 of three games in tournament play over the Holiday break, the Grizzly girls returned to league play last week beating the Mount Vernon Bulldogs 62-15, and the Kamiak Knights 64-33.
Across the valley at Snohomish High School, the Panther boys continue to struggle as they are 4-7 going into the second-half of the season. The Panthers finished out the first half going 1-3 in
holiday tournament play, with the only win being a 66-53 victory over the North Creek Jaguars of Bothell, which are a first-year team.

SNOHOMISH VERSUS EVERETT GIRLS

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After a two-week break from regular season league play, the Snohomish Panthers began the second-half of the season with a decisive 53-9 win over the Everett Seagulls in Snohomish on Tuesday, Jan. 2. The Panthers (10-2, 4-0 league) sprinted into the holiday break undefeated, only to have the streak broken with two consecutive non-conference games at a holiday tournament in Lynden. The Panthers lost to the La Center Wildcats, a 1A school, by 54-39 and then were downed by the undefeated Lynden Christian Lyncs, also 1A, 54-39. It was the second
year in a row that the Panthers lost to the Lyncs in the holiday tournament up north. At 4-0 in league play, the Panthers lead the
Wesco 3A tied with the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors, who the Panthers face in Edmonds tonight. Above, Seagull junior Morgan Carter (center) and sophomore Anna Erickson (right) try with little success to stop Panther junior Kyra Beckman from going to the hoop after
Beckman made a fast break down court during the first-half of the game on Jan. 2.

Published December 13, 2017

GLACIER PEAK VERSUS CASCADE GIRLS BASKETBALL

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Glacier Peak Grizzly junior Alexyss Newman (left), along with Cascade Bruin seniors Brooke Alcayaga (center) and Rose Gonzalez, reach for a rebound in the Grizzlies’
53-18 win over the Bruins in a “battle of the bears” at Cascade High School on Friday, Dec. 8.
The Grizzly boys defeated the Bruins 45-36 the night earlier. Both games were the start of conference play this season for both schools.
Both Glacier Peak teams are topping the Wesco 4A as the girls are 2-1 (1-0 league) on the year and the boys are 3-1 (1-0 league). Both of the Bruin teams are 1-4 as they enter week three of the young season.

MONROE VERSUS MARINER BOYS BASKETBALL

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Monroe senior Colby Kyle (33) scored 24 points in the game against Mariner at the game at Monroe High School on Friday, Dec. 8. The score was 60-44 in Monroe’s favor.
The Bearcat boys remained undefeated so far at press time.

The Bearcat girls lost to Mariner on Friday, Dec. 8 with a score of 55-59.

 

Published December 6, 2017

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Published November 29, 2017

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