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After reaching the 3A football state semifinals, Marysville Pilchuck’s season came to an end when the Tomahawks lost to top-seeded Bellevue, 27-3, Nov. 27 at Seattle’s Memorial Stadium. 

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Around 700 high school runners representing more than 100 teams from Washington, Oregon and Idaho came to Lakewood High School Nov. 20 to race one more time during the fall. 

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Marysville Pilchuck’s football team is busy this week preparing to play in the semifinals in the 3A tournament. 

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A group of running backs for Marysville Pilchuck racked up nearly 550 yards rushing during a state playoff victory Nov. 13 at Quil Ceda Stadium. 

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In the morning on Nov. 17, students at Arlington High School will send off the volleyball team as they travel to Yakima to compete in the state tournament.

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On the heels of a 3-0 victory Nov. 3, Arlington’s volleyball team heads into the District 1 playoffs as Wesco champions. 

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Two Arlington runners placed in the top 10 of the Boys 3A cross country championships held Nov. 6 at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. 

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An opportunistic defense that forced five turnovers which led to four touchdowns were key in Marysville Pilchuck defeating Bishop Blanchet 62-28 in a winner-to-state game Nov. 5 at Quil Ceda Stadium. 

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In a case of second verse, same as the first, Marysville Pilchuck defeated Shorecrest 56-8 Oct. 29 at Quil Ceda Stadium. 

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Thanks to a solid performance in the District 1, 2A cross country meet Oct. 30, Lakewood will send three boys and one girl to the state meet.

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With Arlington’s top boys runners sweeping the top five, the Eagles won the Wesco North 3A Cross Country Championship with a perfect score of 15 points during a race held Oct. 23 at the Arlington Airport. 

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A senior-laden Lakewood girls soccer team split two games last week winning 6-0 on Oct. 12 against Nooksack Valley and then losing two days later to Burlington-Edison 0-4.

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More than 4,000 cross country runners representing 117 high schools from five states came to Lakewood High School Oct. 9 to compete in the annual Hole in the Wall Invitational. 

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A competitive homecoming game saw Lakewood score four touchdowns but fall short Oct. 1 against Burlington-Edison, losing 34-31.

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Marysville Pilchuck’s girls soccer team had a pair of competitive games last week, but came up short against both conference opponents. 

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After playing six matches in an 11-team tournament, Arlington’s volleyball team came out on top of the annual “Reach the Peak” tournament held at Glacier Peak High School. 

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A tough defense and a 20-point second half helped Arlington defeat Stanwood 27-6 to earn the Stilly Cup on Sept. 24. 

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Arlington’s Tyler Rusko and Marysville Getchell’s Mason Devereux went to a tiebreaker in each of the two sets they competed during a match Sept. 22. 

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In Lakewood High School's first home meet of the cross country season, Lakewood’s Gavin Darrah outran runners from Sehome, Mount Vernon and Ferndale to earn first place. He ran the course in 16:57, which was a personal best. 

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A 56-point first half propelled Marysville Pilchuck to a win in the 10th Berry Bowl Sept. 17 against Marysville Getchell at Quil Ceda Stadium. 

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During Arlington’s Sept. 7 home opener, a young Arlington girls soccer team battled a Lake Stevens squad to a 0-0 draw after 80 minutes of play. 

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Building on its first game and victory of the season, Marysville Getchell earned its second win of the season during its Sept. 10 home opener at Quil Ceda Stadium. 

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A stout defense and more than 350 yards on the ground helped Marysville Pilchuck defeat Shorecrest 52-7 during its season opener on Sept. 3 at Quil Ceda Stadium. 

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With the prospects of a regularly scheduled season coming up, volleyball teams at high schools in Marysville, Lakewood and Arlington are looking to field experienced, competitive squads this fall. 

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High schools in Marysville, Arlington and Lakewood are looking to field competitive football teams in their respective conferences for the season that starts Friday. 

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Alivia White, a Lake Stevens resident who attends Marysville-Pilchuck High School, traveled to Fargo, ND, last week to wrestle girls from across the country in the 2021 USA Wrestling Junior and 16U National Championships. 

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A Snohomish County soccer team has been growing and thriving since it was founded in 2017. It’s attracted more players eager to compete and the team is currently the Western Washington Premier League champions.  

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The Wesco Conference announced its all-league teams for the 2020-2021 school year. Due to the pandemic, student athletes competed in shortened seasons that lacked any kind of post-season play. High school athletics returned to competition in early March with the fall sports season and winter…

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With pandemic restrictions easing and activities starting, a series of track meets next month provides a great way to go outside and have some sun. 

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Youth tennis players of all abilities will have a chance to fine-tune their game this summer. 

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Taking advantage of warm weather and a delayed season, girls from eight high schools throughout Snohomish County wrestled outdoors June 8 at Marysville-Pilchuck High School’s Quil Ceda Stadium to finish their season. 

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Lakewood outscored Stanwood by 10 points in the fourth quarter to win by five points, topping the Spartans 60-55 during the Cougars' June 10 season finale. 

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A 23-point third quarter helped Arlington’s girls basketball team top Stanwood 72-51 on May 26 at Arlington High School. 

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The Arlington Eagles faced off against Marysville-Pilchuck May 28 at Arlington High School and the Tomahawks topped Arlington with a team score of 40-36.