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October 15, 2014

In what was once one of the biggest rivalries in Wesco football, The Snohomish Panthers and the Cascade Bruins faced each other for the first time in a number of years at Snohomish Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday, Oct. 10. In years past the Panthers and the Bruins would battle each other every year for the Wesco title, but as the conference grew the two were separated into the north (Snohomish) and south (Cascade) divisions. With restructuring of Wesco this year, the two were able face each other again, as the Panthers held the Bruin offence scoreless in a 34-2 win. Cascade’s only points were on a safety late in the third quarter. The loss was the Bruins’ third in a row. Freshman running back Keegan Stitch led the Panthers rushing for two touchdowns including a 25 yard run in the fourth quarter. Both teams have a record of 2-4 for the season.
In other football news, The Glacier Peak Grizzlies led 22-0 at the half but could not hold the Mountlake Terrace Hawks in the second half as the Hawks rallied with 33 points to beat the Grizzlies 33-23 at Edmonds District Stadium. The loss drops the Grizzlies into third place of the Wesco 3A south division.
The Monroe Bearcats were bombed by the Lake Stevens Vikings’ aerial attack losing 63-14 in Lake Stevens. The Vikings threw for 316 yards and scored six times from the air.
The Mariner Marauders won for the third straight time as they rushed for 290 yards to beat Mount Vernon 20-10 in Everett.
The Everett Seagulls continue to search for their first win of the year as they lost to Marysville-Pilchuck 56-14 at Everett Memorial Stadium.

footballPanther senior defensive back Boomer Vuori (29) returns a fumble recovery 32 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter.

 

footballCascade Bruin senior Nick Lovest (15) tries to elude a tackle from Panther senior defender Jonas Skalsky during the first-half.

 

October 8, 2014

The Glacier Peak Grizzlies lost their second game in a row as they were blanked 30-0 by No. 1 ranked Bellevue.

The Monroe Bearcats lost their first game of the season to Kamiak 27-23 in Everett.

The Cascade Bruins were swamped on their homecoming night, losing to Lake Stevens 52-0. The Everett Seagulls lost their game on 29-7 to Stanwood.

The Snohomish Panthers celebrated both homecoming and their first win of the season as they defeated the Mount Vernon Bulldogs 23-17 in an overtime win in Snohomish on Friday, Oct. 3. Freshman running back Keegan Stich led the Panthers' ground-dominating attack with 88 yards rushing and two touchdowns.


footballSenior running back Connor Browne (21) tries to jump over two Mount Vernon defenders in the first half.


volleyballSnohomish Panther junior outside hitter Kyla Mellick (13) reaches to slam the ball as Cascade Bruin junior Vy Nguyen goes up to block during the second set of the Panthers 3-0 win in Snohomish on Tuesday, Sept. 30.

A followup win by Snohomish two nights later allowed the Panthers to retain first place along in the Wesco 4A tied with Kamiak. The Bruins are tied for second place in the rankings.

 

October 1, 2014

The Glacier Peak Grizzlies found the Meadowdale Mavericks’ rushing offense a challenge as Glacier Peak was handed its first loss of the year. Down 23-5 at the half, the Grizzlies were able to corral the Maverick offense in the second half, but could only muster two touchdowns to take a 30-19 loss at Veteran’s Memorial Stadium in Snohomish. The Grizzlies (3-1, 2-1 league) travel to Bellevue on Oct. 3 to take on indomitable No. 1-ranked Wolverines, the reigning Wesco 3A title holders the past six years.

footballGrizzly junior Justin Guffey (dark jersey) tightly clutches the ball as he is hit by Meadowdale’s Malik Braxton (left) and Blake Jackson.

In other football news: The Snohomish Panthers remain winless as they were beat 41-31 by the Wesco 4A leaders Lake Stevens. The Monroe Bearcats blew out the Jackson Timberwolves 62-20 in Monroe to remain undefeated.

SoccerSnohomish Panther junior Holley Rothering (20) and Monroe Bearcat sophomore Cierra Mattern compete for the ball in the first-half of the Panthers’ 1-0 win in Monroe on Monday, Sept. 22. Rothering scored the game’s lone goal.

The Panthers (4-1-1, 4-0 league) beat Mariner 13-0 the following game to stay in a two-way tie for first place with Jackson.

The Bearcats (2-4-0) were shut out again in a following game against Jackson.

September 24, 2014

FootballSwarmed by Monroe Bearcats, Snohomish Panther senior running back Connor Browne (white helmet, center) tries to rush more additional yardage during the first half of the Bearcats' 55-29 win in their season home opener on Friday, Sept. 19 in Monroe.

The win keeps the Bearcats (3-0) undefeated while the Panthers (0-3) have yet to win this year. In other football news the Glacier Peak Grizzlies (3-0) beat Lynnwood 30-6; Cascade (2-1) beat Jackson 41-31; Everett High (0-3) lost to Bainbridge Island 24-13.

SoccerSnohomish Panther junior Holly Rothering (20) is tripped up by Cascade Bruin sophomore Kayla Syberg during the first half of the 4A game on Thursday, Sept. 18 at Everett Memorial Stadium. Senior Kaytlin Willis led the Panthers, scoring three goals as the Panthers beat the Bruins 6-0 to improve Snohomish's season record to 2-1-1. The Bruins fell to 0-4-0.

VolleyballSnohomish Panther junior Jessica Brennis (2) slams the ball over the net in front of Lake Stevens Vikings’ Syd Toler (13) during the first set of the Wesco 4A season opener for both teams on Tuesday, Sept. 16 in Snohomish. After the Panthers took the first set 25-23 the Vikings took the second and third sets. The Panthers were able to come back to win the final set and take a 3-2 win. The Panthers remain undefeated as they beat Jackson 3-2 two nights later in Mill Creek.

 

September 17, 2014

The Battle on Broadway, Cascade versus Everett High: The Cascade Bruins overpowered the Everett Seagulls as they beat the Gulls 38-16 to take the annual Battle of Broadway game between the cross-town schools for a third straight year. Senior running back Kejuan Coleman led the Bruins’ rushing oriented offense with 201 yards on 16 carries. Junior Andrew Sibley added 83 yards rushing in the non-conference game.
After a 41-27 loss to Arlington on Sept. 5, the Bruins (1-1) will begin conference play this week against the Jackson Timberwolves. The Gulls (0-2) travel to Bainbridge Island for another non-conference game this week. At left, Sibley (2) tries to elude Everett sophomores Scotty Fermo (23) and Louis Davis (17) during first half action.
In other football news, the Snohomish Panthers rallied from a 12-point deficit at halftime, scoring twice in the fourth quarter, but the Panthers came up short at the end as they lost 34-28 to Arlington to remain winless this season. The Glacier Peak Grizzlies rolled over the Shorewood Thunderbirds 47-17 at Shorewood High School of Shoreline. The Monroe Bearcats remain undefeated as they beat the Wildcats 34-20 in Oak Harbor, and will host Snohomish in the Bearcats’ home opener on Friday, Sept. 19.

 

September 10, 2014

GLACIER PEAK - SNOHOMISH HIGH FOOTBALL
Connor BrowneSnohomish Panther senior Connor Browne finds a hole up the center as he rushes for added yardage during the first half of the Panthers' 33-6 loss to cross-district Glacier Peak Grizzlies on Friday, Sept. 5. The Grizzlies took a 13-0 lead into half while the Panthers' only touchdown came on a 12 yard pass by junior quarterback Kobe McDaniel to sophomore receiver Ty Roth in the final quarter. While the Panthers were the visiting team for the non-conference game, both teams wore their home uniforms in the game that was played at Veterans Memorial Stadium at Snohomish High, which both teams call their home field.
In other opening week football news: The Monroe Bearcats took the lead with just a few minutes remaining in the game to beat the Oak Harbor Wildcats 30-28 in Oak Harbor. Elsewhere, while the Cascade Bruins held the Arlington Eagles scoreless in the first quarter, the Eagles' offense came alive in the second quarter as the Bruins lost 41-27 in a nonconference game at Everett Memorial Stadium. The Everett High School Seagulls lost 30-14 to the Shorewood Thunderbirds. The Mariner Marauders narrowly lost 14-13 in a home game against Mountlake Terrace.

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