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The last time Marysville resident Gary Gusinsky watched a live National Hockey League exhibition game in Washington state, Wayne Gretzky was competing as a prolific forward for the Los Angeles Kings.
After a promising start to their season, the Lakewood football team has hit the grinding part of their schedule and are feeling the pains of youth and inexperience.
With a 31-21 loss at Lake Stevens, the Arlington football team fell to 1-3 on the season.
Both Arlington and Stanwood came into their Sept. 25 meeting riding winning streaks.
After winning game one in convincing fashion, the Lakewood volleyball team faltered, giving up the next three games to Coupeville.
The Arlington boys cross country team won the South Whidbey Invitational, taking the first-place finish in the Division II competition.
In just her second opportunity to do so, Lakewood junior Chelsea Stokes showed how much work she did in the offseason when she broke recent graduate Lacey Nation’s school record in the girls 5k.
After a thrilling meeting the year before resulted in an Arlington win, the Jackson football team avenged their loss, humbling the Eagles in their home den.
The Lakewood Cougars took their lumps against a South Whidbey team with something to prove.
When you’re playing a soccer team with a high-octane offense like King’s — ranked No. 1 in the state in 1A after a week of competition — sometimes all you can hope to do is contain them.
It wasn't always a pretty game, but the Lakewood volleyball team showed they have skills to be reckoned with after pulling off come-from-behind wins to defeat Granite Falls in five games Sept. 16.
Arlington volleyball held brief leads in their first two games against Lynnwood, but the Royals outmaneuvered the Eagles, posting larger and larger margins of victory as Lynnwood defeated the Arlington girls in three games.
Talking to Arlington cross country coach Mike Shierk, it isn’t hard to hear his excitement about this fall’s team.
After a narrow loss to Glacier Peak the week before, Arlington must have worked out some of their frustration on Lynnwood.
The Highland Christian volleyball team found a lot of bright spots in the 3-0 loss they suffered at home Sept. 10 to Neah Bay.
Highland Christian football experienced a trial by fire.
Twelve years after finishing his career at West Liberty University, Arlington football coach Greg Dailer returned to be inducted into the Hilltoppers’ Hall of Fame.
After four meetings in as many years as football coach Dan Teeter has been at Lakewood High School, Teeter finally got the best of his alma mater and the Cougars defeated Lynden Christian 38-21 on Sept. 11.
Despite returning a solid core of players from last year's district tournament run, the Arlington girls soccer team is working through some growing pains.
If football is a play in four parts, the Arlington football team had some first act jitters.