ARLINGTON — The Arlington Eagles shut out Meadowdale 3-0 Oct. 8 in girls soccer.
MARYSVILLE — The Lady Tomahawks outlasted Oak Harbor 3-2 in volleyball Oct. 14. Team leaders included Bailey Nelson with 27 kills and Kendal McCoy with 36 digs. Marysville-Pilchuck’s next game is at Marysville Getchell Thursday, Oct. 23.
Photographs from the most-recent contests for M-P volleyball, Arlington football and Lakewood soccer.
MARYSVILLE – Marysville Getchell played host to a number of high school cross country teams in a meet Oct. 4 at Cedarcrest Golf Course.
MARYSVILLE — Cross-town rivals, Marysville-Pilchuck and Marysville Getchell, faced off in the Berry Bowl at Quil Ceda stadium, ending with the Tomahawks dominating the Chargers 51-7.
MARYSVILLE — Arlington and Marysville Getchell tennis teams faced off at MG's tennis courts, Sept. 30, but the Eagles came up on top, 6-1.
ARLINGTON — After a contested first half, the Arlington Eagles soccer team put away Oak Harbor 7-2, Sept. 29.
Ricky Deitz of Arlington, the defending champion, had a two-point lead over Mike Steltz of Snohomish going into the last Outlaw Figure 8 race of the year at Monroe Speedway.
ARLINGTON — Whether it’s flying through the air knocking people over or catching footballs, Arlington senior wide receiver and cornerback Connor Bovard enjoys doing it all.
ARLINGTON — Arlington high school hosted its first home football game of the season on its new synthetic turf field last friday night, but it was also a special night commemorating those lost in the Oso Mudslide six months ago and the presentation of the NFL football grant from the Seattle Seahawks for Arlington's new turf.
The Arlington boys tennis team has started the season 0-2, losing to Lake Stevens 6-1 Sept. 8 and Meadowdale 5-2 Sept. 9.
ARLINGTON — When the student members of the Darrington Recreation and Education Foundation navigated around the Oso slide to raise funds for their programs outside the Arlington Pharmacy on Sunday, April 27, they found themselves receiving a slightly larger-than-average drop in the bucket from Dennis Smith, president and CEO of the United Way of Snohomish County.
Looking fresher and more composed in their second week, the Tomahawk girls soccer team hit a benchmark this season in their Sept. 16 loss at Stanwood.