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The Marysville-Pilchuck volleyball team kicked off their season against the Lynnwood Royals on Sept. 12.

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After their second straight year making it into the playoffs, the Lakewood girls soccer team is getting ready to make a run this season.

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Fall sports are beginning to kick in and the Marysville Getchell football team held their first practice on Aug. 21, as they are looking to continue where they left off last year.

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With fall  just around the corner, people from all over the country are getting ready for football season. Marysville is no different as the Marysville Youth Football League has begun practices and will be playing on the gridiron soon.

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The  Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation Department’s Adult Softball League held their championship game between Fun Fits and first-year team Pitches Be Trippin’ on Aug. 18.

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Gala FC is one of the best soccer clubs in the area and they are currently opening their practices for tryouts at several local fields.

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The 3on3X three-on-three basketball tournament, Western Washington’s premier basketball event, was held at Arlington Municipal Airport from Aug. 10-11.

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The Arlington Public Schools (APS) Board of Directors approved the elimination of middle and high school athletic participation fees at its meeting on July 8. The board annually reviews fees that are charged to students. The fee discontinuation will start with all 2019-20 sports. The fee to …

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The Snohomish County Steelheads finished their first year in the WWPL as the 2019 League Champions after an incredible debut season where they finished undefeated, 7-3-0.

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The Marysville Youth Football League partnered with the Marysville Getchell Chargers and the Marysville-Pilchuck Tomahawks for a four-day camp, from 6-8 p.m., on July 22-25.

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Western Washington’s Premier three-on-three basketball tournament, 3on3X, is coming up fast as it will be held at the Arlington Airport from Aug. 11-12.

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The Arlington football team hosted their annual Summer Youth Football Camp on July 15-17 at the Arlington High School Field.

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The Marysville Getchell Track Program offered the very first Chargers Co-Ed Throwers Camp on July 16-18.

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The Snohomish County FC Steelheads battled with the Grays Harbor Gulls in the Western Washington Premier League on July 13.

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On the morning of the Fourth of July, Arlington celebrated with one of its longest standing traditions, the Pedal, Paddle, Puff Triathlon. Alongside the competitive race, waves of people also came together to run the Foam 5K.

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The Todd Evans Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament is coming back again for the fifth straight year, and registration is currently open. The tournament will be held at Cedarcrest Golf Course on Saturday, Aug. 17, and will have a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.

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Marysville Getchell hosted their boys and girls youth basketball camps at the Marysville Getchell gym from June 24-27.

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With the summer in full swing, Marysville Parks, Culture and Recreation is offering their Summer Sports Camps throughout July and August.

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The Arlington wrestling program collaborated with Punisher Wrestling to host the Levi Jones and Martin Mitchell Camp from June 22-23.

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Ali Krediet, Ben Spores and Jonathan Schroeder, from Arlington High School,  signed their letters of intent on June 6 to play their respective sports at the collegiate level.

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For the fifth straight year the All-Star Break Charity Golf Scramble will be held at Cedarcrest Golf Course in Marysville. The event will be on Tuesday, July 9, and will begin as a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.

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With summer just around the corner, many people in the area are looking forward to cooling down and having some fun in the water. One thing to remember is that with all of the fun that the water can bring, there are also a lot of dangers that come along with it.

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Track and Field teams from across the state travelled to Mt. Tahoma High School to compete in the WIAA State Track and Field Championships on May 23-25. Of the hundreds of teams to compete, four local schools sent athletes including Arlington, Marysville-Pilchuck, Marysville Getchell and Lakewood.